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street, aid 7, Welt'ngUm-quay.)

street, aid 7, Welt'ngUm-quay .) G leave respectfully to inform the Nobility and Publi - that they have removed to 91, Grafton-street, and that they will have ready for inspection. THIS BAY, the largest and most valuable stock new Goods ever offered t: the p iblic notice, persona
28 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Honor and Pea Jackets—A gentleman just arrived from Rio informs that during the short time the Peacock frigate has been

Honor and Pea Jackets—A gentleman just arrived from Rio informs that during the short time the Peacock frigate has been

lying there, no less than three dnelshave been fought between the midshipmen attached to her. One of the lads was shot through the lungs and killed outright ; and another had his leg fractured. All this among friends !—One of these murderous affairs of honor” had its origin in p
28 October 1835 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REWARD.

REWARD.

WHF.RF.A3 on the Moroirgnf THUHSDAT. t!.a <2nd Instant, about tb« Hour of 000 •omo evil disposed Persons set fire to my DAIUY- HttUSE and OFFICES and burned them to tbe ground, 1 do hereby offer Reward of POUNDS .nr Person, who shall, within Six Calender Month* froui lb. dal. he
28 October 1835 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
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Vol. XII. No. 1269. SYMPATHY WITH THE IRISH CLERGYSYNOD OF ABERDEEN. On Tuesday foenoon the Vey Rev. the Synod Abedeen met in the West Chuch, when an impessive I discouse was deliveed the Rev. A. L. Godon, the , late Modeato. , , . .. Afte some peliminay busines had been gone , t
28 October 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
OYSTERS AT HOME I

OYSTERS AT HOME I

An oyster bank below Duncannoa Fort, which had been for some years partially known, has become of vast import* ance to our neighbouring fishermen, and is now in foil work ; it bids fair to supersede the use of those from either Wexford or Milford, our river oysters being of most
28 October 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 

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COMMISSION DB LUNATICO INftUIBENDO

COMMISSION DB LUNATICO INftUIBENDO

'(fnoSt DOftl.lN prkrmas). Friday, tlic ConrnuMtonrn appointed to inquire Into the etalcoTimndof My. Datid O’Neill Power, andaereral matters connected with hia property and * "t assembled, pennant to adjournment, in the Court , peals. The Jory swore were in attendance at 12 cloc
28 October 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
MIDDLDSEX SESSIONS, OCTOBER 21.

MIDDLDSEX SESSIONS, OCTOBER 21.

Margaret Miller, a slender young woman, aged ‘2.6, was indicted for assaulting Ann Bidwell. Tite prosecutrix, who appeared old enough to bo the defendant's mother, and strong enough to pulverize her, was evidently much excited, and labouring under the influence of the greeneyed
28 October 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENT.

THE PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENT.

The public entertainment to his Excellency was appointed for this day,at three o’clock ; but, from the time fpent him in the visits which have already described, it was 4 o’clock before he arrived. The Theatre, where the entertainment was (tiven, was most splendidly fitted for t
28 October 1835 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
FERV IMPORTANT INTELLIGENCE FROM FRANCE.

FERV IMPORTANT INTELLIGENCE FROM FRANCE.

There are rumours in Paris of an approaching change of ministry, and a disunion in the royal family spgken • of. It it alto said, that General Jackson has threatened to break off all vommeiciul intercourse between'the United States and France. These and other rumours of an unfav
28 October 1835 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
WOT AND ASSAULT.

WOT AND ASSAULT.

William Penlteloa, Samuel Campbell, and Wil/iam Livingston, were indicted for that they, with many others unknown, did riotoualy assemble and make a gresufirsv, Tullyliah, 20th April last, and that thvy did tlini and there asaault Daniel Byroe. Daniel Byrne, examined by Mr. Law.
28 October 1835 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland