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DR. REID'S HISTORY OF PRESBYTERIANISM—STUDY OF THE IRISH LANGUAGE

DR. REID'S HISTORY OF PRESBYTERIANISM—STUDY OF THE IRISH LANGUAGE

r-D, IMID'S HST(RY yF P.RFgBW?RI-AN- | ISM_-S'TUDY OF'THE TRISH IANGUAGE IN the minutes of the last meeting of the General Synod l of Ulster, lately published, we find the following notice ofrl Dr. Reid's excellent History of the Irish Presbyterian Church On reading the vote of t
20 October 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GP. per ditto 5 5 0 . . 5 10 0

GP. per ditto 5 5 0 . . 5 10 0

per ditto . . 5 0 feet, per 120 .... 0..17 f>«». Bft. .. ft ..13 Malt, II OP. « .. Grain .. 0 Brandy.... 30 0 ..32 Jamaica Rum 6 ..14 Tobacco, tie, 111 ft .. 3 Pietail.... 3 .. ft Feather*, 10 .. I ft Soap, 8 .. Brown .. 0 0 Ra»t«u,lS ft. 13 0 ..13 10 0 Slates, per ton. Queen Ton
17 October 1835 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
OF IRELAND.

OF IRELAND.

WE, the Inhabitants of Newtownlimavady and and its Vicinity, beg leave to congratulate your Excellency on your arrival in this district of the » we joyfully embrace the opportunity thus attbrdedrlo us/jf testifying, in this public manner, our fidelity person and Government, our
20 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY,

THE ARMY,

The 91st (or Argyhhire) regiment, now stationed this garrison, has received orders hold its service companies in readiness for immediate embarkation at Cork for St. Helena. This regiment returned from Jamaica in the year 1831. Major Powell, of the Blh *foot, having proceeded on
20 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GRAND JURY TAXES—PUBLIC MEETING.

GRAND JURY TAXES—PUBLIC MEETING.

Yesterday, pur-uaut to a requisition, sicaed by severs! hundred respectable citizens, a meeting was held Coro Ezcbaoge to take into cooaideratioa tbe practicability of applying a remedy to manifold abuses of tbe grand jury and to take such other steps might seem meet, with a vie
20 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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. TO OPERATIVE DISTILLERS. WANTED, an Operative Distiller, worLon extensive Concern in tbe North of Ireland, llone need apply who

. TO OPERATIVE DISTILLERS. WANTED, an Operative Distiller, worLon extensive Concern in tbe North of Ireland, llone need apply who

cannot produce tbe most satiaiaeto^ references as to character and abilities. Applications, stating produce, Ac., to be addrrsseClo 8.C., at the office of this Paper.
17 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
B W M IS

B W M IS

W M MEDICAL HALL, RODEN PLACE. NEXT HOUSE TO THE GAOL. // JOHN COLEMAN, PROPRIETY?, RETURNS his sincere thanks to his Friends and the Public, for the very flittering support he hi a hitherto ri*c**ived in the AHOTHECARY and Wholesale DRUG TRADE, and confidently hopes, that his un
20 October 1835 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
SPORTIXG.

SPORTIXG.

CURRAGH OCTOBER MEETING. SECOND DAT—TUESDAY, OCT. 13. The weather was exceedingly severe this day Only one race came off; the Portarlington’s been decided a walk over. ° Second Class of the Portarlington Stakes of 15 sovg. Tord Slieo’s (Col We«(eora*B) hr c Wedpr, walked over. S
20 October 1835 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Court ann iTaetitonaßle ttegtater.

Court ann iTaetitonaßle ttegtater.

Court iTaetitonaßle ttegtater. The King's Court His Majesty held a Council at St. James's PaUce this day one o’clock. The Conncil was attended by such of the Cabinet Ministers and great officers of State who remained near town. The business transacted, it is understood, referred
16 October 1835 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
October 14th, 1835.

October 14th, 1835.

■ffn) WANTED, A PERSON every way Capable of Conducfin" the MANUFACTURE, tod MAKING-UP, LINENS, DIAPERS, be. None need apply whose Character anil Qualification will not bear the Strictest Scrutiny. Apply (if by Letter, Post-paid,) to Mr. ROBERT GREER, Bookseller, Newry, 757 MARKE
16 October 1835 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland