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FORAGE.

FORAGE.

TIIR Magistrates the Ileail Office of Police, will receive proposals on Itefore Monday, tlieCdMo. vember, for supplying Forage of the best descripti\>n,Tor the Horses the Dublin Police, for one year, from tire December. For particulars apply at their Office. / By Order, C. TODrS
22 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
lIV Eli POOL MARKETS,

lIV Eli POOL MARKETS,

i CORN MARKET, O. r. T*.—Thic meek’* import* Wheat s«’d arc to fair amount, but of other article* cf the trade D better qualitu<or new Wheal have been taken the mi ter* inJ -t about our quotation*, but middling and interior herrt •lowly, though, the close the wcvk, such were off
22 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Coroner’s verdict of ** wilful murder,” and County Jury’s verdict for ** assault and riot,” were treated ! No wonder

Coroner’s verdict of ** wilful murder,” and County Jury’s verdict for ** assault and riot,” were treated ! No wonder

that an impartial administration of tbe laws should teem a heavy grievance, to the Orange party; and that “equal laws'* should be regarded as a party motto. Wa have not yet done, however, with this affair. Mr. M* Connell goes on to state I should also state, that, on the 3d July
22 October 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
advantages of the metallic pen.

advantages of the metallic pen.

1. The Metallic Pen ha*a permanent clearness nml perfection of stroke, surpassing, when it is well made, what the quill c»n produce for a !iit-e tune, when first made mended. 2. The Metallic Pen always readv, sae n<; the lal»i»ur and loss of time of pen-making and pen-mending, a
22 October 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TENANT OP IRELAND.

TENANT OP IRELAND.

May it please your Excellency,—W*, the and friends of the Lancastrian National School, In Frederickstreet, Belfast, beg to embrace the opportunity afforded by your to thia town, to present our congratulations to your Excellency, on your attainment of the high office to which you
26 October 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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THE NORTHERN WHIG.

THE NORTHERN WHIG.

upon . . th, » and «sid. ih«t he should have fell much grai by the call, had not joined enthiuiMUcally In the lhe * Lieutenant, nearly to hare rendered himself hoarse, fortunately, howeyer, at such time, and In such assembly,, few obseryations'from hltri would suffice. the day w
26 October 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
or ,our meeting. (Very hui cries of hear, hear.) Ido not now queation, nor wi.h it lo be mooted, whether

or ,our meeting. (Very hui cries of hear, hear.) Ido not now queation, nor wi.h it lo be mooted, whether

that impresaion were erroneous or whether it were true ; but, I am anxious that no grounds should be furnished for g.ring it plsusibill'y, in order that 1 may guard myself against an imputation, founded on the only grounds upon which, consistently with duty, I could not appear a
26 October 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

On Monday, tba Sfidi invnoi, at Church, in the County of Cork, the Rev. John Gore, George Gough, ol Woodstock, to 'he County Limerick.Esq. to Marv. second daughter of the late Very Her. Richard Bagwell, Dean Clogbcr, and lister 10 John Bag.vell.af M•rlHcld, Rwq. Robert, eldest s
28 October 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CLONMEL HERALD.

THE CLONMEL HERALD.

THE CLONMEL fill martyr’* grave in every cemetery where protectant dust repo*e*. These thing* are no secret —our court* justice have over and over again exposed tbe«n t iio one can be more unexceptionable witness in such case than Lord Plunkett. When attorney general, a pel son
28 October 1835 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD BERESFORD,

LORD BERESFORD,

Her inuat faithful Majesty the Queen of Portugal, ha* directed, under (be data of the 7lh instant, the following decree to i«*ued relative to the pay of which Lordßereefoldhae been receiving a* Field-Marshal of the Potuguese armies, independent of the annual pension 4,000 L ROYA
28 October 1835 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland