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BELFAST QUARTER SESSIONS.

BELFAST QUARTER SESSIONS.

-ELFA ST X-A^TZR SESSIONS. CTe Crown business at these Sessions commenced yes- ttrday before William Mayne, E-q. Assistant Barrister, and the following Beuch of Magistrates:-John Agnew, Esq. Sovereign;- J. Emerson Tenuent. Esiq. M P.; Win. Clarke, Esq. l Henderson Black, Esq., C.
27 October 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GH-aara IyUXSQTJ^IiADE,

GH-aara IyUXSQTJ^IiADE,

GH-aara A OBBAT Variety of Entertainments- The PIT will entered o»er with EXTRA STAGE! The DECORATIONS will be of the Elegant description and a number of CHANDELIERS will added, in order to give the most Brilliant Effect
26 October 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NORTH BRITISH INSURANCE COMPANY, ESTABLISHED IN 1809. INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER Capital. —ONS MILLION Hit Grace tbe Duke GORDON, President,

NORTH BRITISH INSURANCE COMPANY, ESTABLISHED IN 1809. INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER Capital. —ONS MILLION Hit Grace tbe Duke GORDON, President,

EDINBURGH BOARD. VICE-PRESIDENTS, Earl of A BOYNE,—Viscount MELVILLE. EXTRAORDINARY DIRECTORS, Hon. Lord MoncrieflT. Henry Monteilh, Esn. Sir T. Dick Lauder, Bart. T. Gathne Wright, L«q. Sr Robert Dundas Bar*. A. Oswald, E«q., M.P. Sir Philip C. Durham, M.P. Henry Houldsworth, E
26 October 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EQUITY EXCHEQUER.

EQUITY EXCHEQUER.

PURSUANT the Decree his Majesty's
24 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HURRICANE AT BARBA DOES.

HURRICANE AT BARBA DOES.

have been favored <ritb copy of the Barbadocs II Indian, Sept. li, Messrs. W. S. Hamilton and Co. of this city, from which copy the following additional particulars of the late Hurricane at Barbadoes : At about five o’clock in the motuiog the wind blew very fiercely from the Eas
24 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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CO. MAYO. —To be LET, for Sixteen from the First day of November next, and possession given, the House, Offices,

CO. MAYO. —To be LET, for Sixteen from the First day of November next, and possession given, the House, Offices,

and Demesne of CAR AN ACUN, late the residence of Joseph M‘fpndell, £sq., deceased, which beautifully laid out and pWntccl ; contains Irish Acres, or thereabouts. The house and offices arc in the highest slate of improvement, and the land in the very best order. Also Let, from t
22 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COI'RT OF DCSTS.

COI'RT OF DCSTS.

COI'RT DCSTS. refer not the Court of Dusts but the of the High Commisiion Court which «>n the Cormnerc'il but which *s now : nf-• Their Mightines 2*:—only thick of Jot and mighty—adjourned yesterday this day. But be seen elsewhere, the parties all attended in file to wail upon th
22 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH REGISTRIES—THE LoDCER\POIS

IRISH REGISTRIES—THE LoDCER\POIS

Mr. Cctiibcrt, the cicellent and constitutions! A***** Barrister of the West Riding Cork, has pronounced » - cisioa diametrically opposite that of Mr. MaattfT e® 1 * Lodger point. Mr. Crrustar agrees with Mr. M*v wr- Blacccr, Chairman of Kilmainham, and one of the that the circu
22 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

On (he instant, the lady of Benjamin Scott, of Great Brunswick. •tree!, &<j.,ot a daughter. At Borrit, in (be county of Carlow, the lady of the Kcv. John Wynne, of daughter. October 17, at bit house. North Mall, Cork, the lady of the Rev. John Quarry, juu., of a ton. MARRIED, On
22 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FORGERY.

FORGERY.

Whoever will apprehend, or cause be apprehended, the said Simeon Joseph, alias George Frederick Hamilton. and lodge him in any of His Majesty's Jails, shall teceive a Reward of ONE HUNDRED POUNDS on his apprehension, and a further sum of ONE HUNDRED POUNDS on bis conviction. The
22 October 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland