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CARRIAGES FOR SALE. FASHIONABLE Four-Wheeled CAR in'prime order (second lined)— also one of those small Coaches or Travellers. To be

CARRIAGES FOR SALE. FASHIONABLE Four-Wheeled CAR in'prime order (second lined)— also one of those small Coaches or Travellers. To be

seen William Coubitt's, Henry- Street. cluber OLD OATS. MICAJAH CLEBURNE is constantly with PRIME FEEDING OATS. H_ on his Lofts, Deane-Street, L»»pp*®-Island, over Barrels of BLACK and WHITE OLD OATS, waranted not Kiln-dried. o(,t - JD in' prim Coach •s, H. tuber I He has now
10 October 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO LET, FOU such time as may l>e agreed on, in tnlWkge.of B ALLINACURRA.convenient to SeaJsHiftlK and within One Mile

TO LET, FOU such time as may l>e agreed on, in tnlWkge.of B ALLINACURRA.convenient to SeaJsHiftlK and within One Mile

of Midletun. a Comfortable HOUSK, with (sarden,&c., fit for the itninediate recoptinn a Respectable Family. Apply (if by Letter post-paid) to Charles Barry. Esq., Rnsehill, Midleton ; or, Wm. C. Ron*AVNE, Solicitor, 68. South Mall. Sept. 15.
10 October 1835 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REGISTRY,

THE REGISTRY,

We beg leave to remind the £5O freeholders that they can swear their affidavits of registry for any county or city in Ireland, heretofore, eithet in the supreme Courts in Dublin, or Nisi Prius, or before any going Judge Assize, without the trouble of attending at the Sessions. T
10 October 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
EARTHQUAKE IN CHILI.

EARTHQUAKE IN CHILI.

was the same earthquake which was perceived ■an my first landing (at Valparaiso) which spread all this havoc and destruction. It shook to the rartli, beside Conception, Talcahuana, Yome,and the cities and towns between Valparaiso & Valdivia, including this latter; it extended it
10 October 1835 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIPWRECKS.

SHIPWRECKS.

Wednesday, at nine o’clock, A.M., the brig Sarah, belong to Waterford, homeward bound, from Newport, with coals, Meany, master, stuck at the bar the mouth of our harbour in gale of wind, having previously suffered much from stress of weather in the channel. She filled the moment
10 October 1835 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CLONMEL HERALD. struggle. Captain rushed deck, and received blow from Felix, which laid him prostrate. The Irish passenger met

THE CLONMEL HERALD. struggle. Captain rushed deck, and received blow from Felix, which laid him prostrate. The Irish passenger met

the same fate, and Robinson was stspposed to have thrown himself, from the cabin window into the ocean, upon 'seeing the death the Irishman. Courro was equally sue ecssful at the forecastle, and stabbed successively Potter. Gibbs, and Bieknell; 3ea«e, who slept, deck, was not di
10 October 1835 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
ESTABLISHMENT. TO DISPOSED OF, on »uch m»jr be«Aed llou«c where tho »bore buMnew it in part of llie Town, of

ESTABLISHMENT. TO DISPOSED OF, on »uch m»jr be«Aed llou«c where tho »bore buMnew it in part of llie Town, of

the fin* clttt ttlf quality -f businet*. tnd hat been many from PrinHp.nl., directe.l to •• P.wnbrollnff E«ta- WlJhmcnl.” lire Office of lhi» Paper, will otieoded to. KNULIStI AND SCOTCH RKD AND WHITE Nfc FE D WHEATS, WINTER VETCHES, tec.. j.V.V/1 DOSNEU.Y # CO. A VE arrived the
10 October 1835 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
' HA THMI.VES. furmhkd lodgings. A FRONT «uJ BACK DRAWING-ROOM, full* and fa-liinmlilv Furnished, (lie back a Sleeping Mnm, with

' HA THMI.VES. furmhkd lodgings. A FRONT «uJ BACK DRAWING-ROOM, full* and fa-liinmlilv Furnished, (lie back a Sleeping Mnm, with

Kitchen. Car-hmise, Slahlins, &c.; (wing near PArloliAllo, would suit > ifo-siunal Gentlemen—Children not Lcltonlrd. Please address L. N., with real signatures, atlhaOißcc of this Paper, (for one week).
10 October 1835 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMISSION OF I*ooll INQUIRY.

COMMISSION OF I*ooll INQUIRY.

COMMISSION I*ooll INQUIRY. As the report of the Commissioners of Irish Poor Inquiry has been published, and as, judging from the extracts from it, the Commissioners have reason to feel satisfied with the manner in which the enquiry has been conducted; it cannot surely now be cons
10 October 1835 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DENS IMPOSTURE.

THE DENS IMPOSTURE.

An appeal from the slanders of the interested, and therefore incorrigible, defamers of Catholicism, who hate got up the egregious humbug relative Dens, has been made to the calm and impartial judgment of an English Protestant, himself clergyman, holding a benefice in the Church
10 October 1835 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland