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THE ENGLISH REGISTRIES.

THE ENGLISH REGISTRIES.

The Registration Court* of the county of Middlewz closed yesterday. Owing to the adjourned cases of trui> tees, which stood over for decision the last day, the exact number expunged can hardly yet be known. But exclusive of these eases, the objections maintained by the two parti
17 October 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN.

DUBLIN.

I /IVILLIAM AND JOHN CLUFF, / Wholesale button, trimming, and HABERDASHERY MERCHANTS, Chapel-Alley Lower Street. RETURN their sincere Thanks to their friends for the very liberal support they have received since their comraencement in Business; and now take leave to inform them
17 October 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
OF I KISH STOCKS

OF I KISH STOCKS

I KISH STOCKS I T.~/,vl lS.Or
20 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHURCH

THE CHURCH

Monkstowv Parish. numerous and highly-respectable meeting of the parishioners of this very extensive union, convened by requisition, took place Sunday, after divine service, in the Vestry room of Monkstown Church, to take into consideration the best means of evincing their respe
20 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Oct. 10. at Dallymully Glelte, near Cookstown, the of the Rev. Alexander George Stuart, of son. At Paris, the lady

Oct. 10. at Dallymully Glelte, near Cookstown, the of the Rev. Alexander George Stuart, of son. At Paris, the lady

the Hon. and Rev. William Wingfield, of a son. At Woolwich, the lady of Captain Wortham, Royal Knginecn, of daughter. Oct. 14. at Wortley, Lady Cieorgiana Stuart Worlley, of a daughter. Oct. 16. at Percy Lodge, county of Wexford, the lady the Rev. Charles Bushe. of a son. Oct. 1
20 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Oct. 18, in his year, Alexander Berry. Esq , Rock Held, in the county Cavan. Oct. 15, in Galway, Major

Oct. 18, in his year, Alexander Berry. Esq , Rock Held, in the county Cavan. Oct. 15, in Galway, Major

Thomas Bodkin Oct. is. Martha, youngest daughter of the Lite John Hughes, Esq, Cottage. Wexford, aged years. Oct. 17. at Haihgar, Clarissa, youngest daughter of William Brassington. Esq. Oct |6, in Dublin, Henry Gower, Esq., Solicitor. Oct. 11, Aughnacloy, John Betty, Esq. Oct.
20 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEW MECHANICAL VOICE

THE NEW MECHANICAL VOICE

The antiquated mode of speech, which ha**, believe, been in existence since our first parent was child, is about to superseded hy a contrivance of far more convenient character. There is little doubt that, and by. in the progress of the arts and sciences, shall able to dispense
20 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF TIPPERARY

COUNTY OF TIPPERARY

Peter Mazierc, the Decree PbainlilL I of his Majesty’s High Court John Oldis, Francis lot Clianeeiy Ireland, Oldis, the elder Fran- I this , hearing d.ite ci- Oldis, the younger No'cmher, 15.52, I Anne Oldis. Eleanor Tuesday, the 27th day of Gale, and otlu next, at the hour of O
17 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ORANGKI3M IN THE ARMY—CARLOW.

ORANGKI3M IN THE ARMY—CARLOW.

We published a letter from a Carlow correspondent in our last, describing some of the proceedings of Orangemen in the 91st and Ist Royals, which disturbed the peace of Carlow, endangered the lives of the people, and were totally subversive of, and contrary to, military disciplin
17 October 1835 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13.

Match.—Loid Chesterfield’s Juliana, 8»t. 81b. (Robinson) beat Mr. Greville’s Lieutenant, 6st. 81b. T. Y. C. Betting—s to 4on Lieutenant. Won by lengths. First Class.—Fifty pounds for two yrs old ; colts, Set. 4ib„ and fillies, Bst. 21b. T. V. C. Mr. Greville’s ch t Marmalade ..
17 October 1835 - Dublin Observer - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland