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IMPORTED SEED WHEAT, WINTER VETCHES, Ac., ARRIVED. No. 8. BURGH-QUAY. TP. WILSON has arrived to him a supfAr • English

IMPORTED SEED WHEAT, WINTER VETCHES, Ac., ARRIVED. No. 8. BURGH-QUAY. TP. WILSON has arrived to him a supfAr • English

Red Wheat, Winter Vetches, and Trifgsium Incarnatum, and daily expects the arrival Parcel of Scotch Seed Wheal, and a small quantity of New Winter Species of Beans, which have been cultivated in Scotland these two last years to great advantage; the quantity obtainable being so s
10 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN

THE DUBLIN

10 October 1835 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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I* 5 to « 21 8 '.6 28 <9 0 51

10 October 1835 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

Hbad Police-office mpobtanttoPa .xuas. w-W. E. Hudson, Esq. applied to tbe magistrates of this office to have quantity of plate restored to him. servant woman of id*, whom he had convicted before the recorder, had pledged with Messrs. M‘Namara, Gil espic, and other pawnbrokers i
10 October 1835 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
i » THE DUBLIN OBSERVER

i » THE DUBLIN OBSERVER

her persons, consul ed witli Mr- White, the trate, the propriety of pulling down several ni» angu'ar parts of tiie building to prevent further corn niuiiication with "he flnmev. Mr, ribiie seconded rhe end consulted with Cst-t.Chapman, who also c'lncun ed. and a strong Irodv of
10 October 1835 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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UNIVERSITY OF DUBLIN. rpHE Medical Session will continence on Monday, u»e 2d of November. The Lectures on Anatomy will be

UNIVERSITY OF DUBLIN. rpHE Medical Session will continence on Monday, u»e 2d of November. The Lectures on Anatomy will be

given at One o'Clock, and those on Surgery at Three o’Clock.—Attendance on these two Courses is sufficient itself to constitute a Medical year. The Terms for both, if taken together, Four Guineas. The Anatomical Demonstrations will commenceiln Tuesday, the 17th of November, Term
10 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
from five hundred to one thou-, SAND THANKS / ' WILL given to any Lady or Gentleman procure permanent and

from five hundred to one thou-, SAND THANKS / ' WILL given to any Lady or Gentleman procure permanent and

adequate SituationTpr the Advertiser. W Any commands left for E. C., at the Oflice Saunders’s News-Letter, shall meet immediate attention. Real Signature will required.
10 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ELECTIONS. TO THE CONSERVATIVES OF THE CITY OF DUBLIN. New Registration commences on the Third of ntit Month. Extraordinary efforts

ELECTIONS. TO THE CONSERVATIVES OF THE CITY OF DUBLIN. New Registration commences on the Third of ntit Month. Extraordinary efforts

are now making by the Trades* Political Union, under the advice of Mr. O’Connell, and it expected that every means will be resorted to which fraud can devise, to retrieve their losses all their endeavours, however, must prove unavailing, if the Commitee he supplied with the fund
10 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ANSWER.

ANSWER.

Dear Friends, Allow to under you my grateful ackoowledgemeats for yuur very flattering Address, and also for the handsome of esteem with which 1 have been presented. It is with feedngs of sincere regret I contemplate the torminalion of that which has hitherto existed between us.
10 October 1835 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
O'CONNELL IN EDINBURGH.

O'CONNELL IN EDINBURGH.

heartily thank the friend who communicated to us the following extract of letter which he received from an Edinburgh Correspondent ; ** Talking cf soirees, what do you think of our Edinburgh Radicals giving morning soirees to O’Connell. There is something exquisitely ludicrous i
10 October 1835 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland