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CO. MONAGHAN To LKT, Furnished or Unfurnished, for Six Years, or such terms as may agreed on, CABUA LODGE, situated

CO. MONAGHAN To LKT, Furnished or Unfurnished, for Six Years, or such terms as may agreed on, CABUA LODGE, situated

within one the Post and Market Town of Carrickimcross, wfiJoiAy miles from Dublin, with from Irish land. The House is commodiou* and suited for the4cputmce of a genteel Family. The Offices are new and perfect order. The Garden and Orchard contain one Acre and a-half, the former
10 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
domntic the res * nrnme. lha Crown, and mam will •» effort have com we ask# dome. Were should b«

domntic the res * nrnme. lha Crown, and mam will •» effort have com we ask# dome. Were should b«

coovcyed the fi»*t l »ng the tbe table petty
10 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE Dili LIS MARKETS.

THE Dili LIS MARKETS.

DUBLIN rORN'-FXC HANOE.O«t »— Thwc a iu rt jo( all kind* Grain market to-da; . heat anal auid at m. msrance alKHit 3d per I »rrcl , ln.t other UeMTiptiona rru.a.. «ithcc aiteralion. New White Wheat, 18a l*l ?!• ; Mdltr. red d.tu. ISa vod It.fen&r. . Bailey, .tf, «: t grinding. I
10 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
f.H civilisation, to hjvoanjr such intenlion. The fatmeri land propiii'tore should look to themselves in time, and endeavour to prevent

f.H civilisation, to hjvoanjr such intenlion. The fatmeri land propiii'tore should look to themselves in time, and endeavour to prevent

such outrages if possible, for on their shoulders the weight and burden of such disturbances wilt f.ll in the end. 1 remain, Sir, with respect. RAMBLER. Oct, f, 1835. THE REGISTRY. In the week after next those who have served notice on the Clerk the Peace, or for whom notice has
10 October 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
BAI.LI \’ ASLOE.

BAI.LI \’ ASLOE.

BAI.LI ASLOE. Taesday, the second dav of ll»e sheep nr, ’vns net eheervng f..r the e-il thin the flr-t ; the demand, 1 cvever.lor wethers was e brisk, Mr.Krcncli, Iri Park, disposed jjt tl . »* a pier e, l<)c |.»ss .n la-t year*iprice, Mr. Bernard ail hi* wcilicr-, B<lo. jfcfl l*
10 October 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 

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FROM lIACKF.TT’3 PUBLIC LIBRARY.

FROM lIACKF.TT’3 PUBLIC LIBRARY.

WONDERS FROM CULTIVATION.—There i« scarcely vegetable which we now cultivate that can foun'l'o "low natiirallv. Buffon s’atet that our wheat is fictitious proiluction raised to its present condition by the urt of agriculture. Rye, rice, barley even oats, are not to he found \v.l
10 October 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
ADVERTISER.

ADVERTISER.

PRICE /. done, and in the most emphatic terms, to fight the battle of the constitution where it can be peaceably and legitimately fought, in the registration courts (cheers'). My wish was never, 1 repeat it, to sow disagreements among those j differing from us in trifles, or to
10 October 1835 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
NAVAN MARKET— Wednesday. 15s. 0.1. @ Oil Bs. oa. @ 9s. ca.

NAVAN MARKET— Wednesday. 15s. 0.1. @ Oil Bs. oa. @ 9s. ca.

10 October 1835 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FRENCH PILLS.

THE FRENCH PILLS.

Them; Pill* are prnve.l, the most amp experience* to the salest, mo-t anil certain renicily ever discovered for certain Secret JJuaue- They require no nfinetmnt or restiaint diet, but by • unilnriu,n>ilu awl gentle operation, neutralive the virus and eradicate the disease, leavi
10 October 1835 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ANSWER.

ANSWER.

79, Marl borough-street, Dublin, October 7, 1835. Sir I have to acknowledge the receipt of your favour the sth instant, which has just come to hand. Accept my thanks for the obliging terms in which couched. Most happy would I be, according to the extent of my humble ability, to
10 October 1835 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland