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MANSION HOUSE AND DEMESNE OF CASHEL.

MANSION HOUSE AND DEMESNE OF CASHEL.

THE Ecclesiastical Commissioners Ireland hereby give notice, that they arc retty to receive penis from any Person or Persons who* may wish Tenants to them for the Sec House and Offices bisboprie of Casbel, and that part of the Mensal or Demesne Lands recently surveyed and set ap
24 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTED SEED WHEAT. WINTER VE Ac., ARRIVED. No. 8, BURGH-QUAY. P. WILSON lias arrived to him a supply • English

IMPORTED SEED WHEAT. WINTER VE Ac., ARRIVED. No. 8, BURGH-QUAY. P. WILSON lias arrived to him a supply • English

Red Wheal, Winter Vetches, and Trifolium S Incarnatum, and daily expects the arrival of Pa»oai °f S Sy Scotch Seed Wheat, and a aroall quantity Naw of Beans, which ha.e been cultivat'd in these two last years to great advantage; the quantity obtainable being so small, they will
24 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUTCH FLOWER ROOTS.

DUTCH FLOWER ROOTS.

CHARLES TOOLE aod CO. have now the pleasure announcing the arrival of their Fkswer Hoots from Rotterdam, in the finest possible copraoo, which, for selection, variety, and extent, cannot be by any house in the Kingdom. Those who arc denfous ol obtaining priacs at the next Spring
24 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DINSKR TO MR. POTTER AT WIGAN.

DINSKR TO MR. POTTER AT WIGAN.

TO MR. POTTER AT WIGAN. On Monday last llie non-tlei-lor* ol Wigan pave public dinner Mr. R. Potter, the liberal member for that town. About persons sat down table. Mr. Potter entered into an able review of the proceeding* of the last session, dwelling particularly upon the host
24 October 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
which I have alluded? (loud cheer*). Again, impede*, and, to a certain extent, entirely prevents the improvement of the country

which I have alluded? (loud cheer*). Again, impede*, and, to a certain extent, entirely prevents the improvement of the country

and the proper cultivation of it* lands, and consequent employment of the people, which in itself alone would relieve the greater portion of their distress (hear, hear). Remarkable proofs of this are supplied in the evidence of the Poor Law Commissioners. In the parish of Bensho
24 October 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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24 October 1835 - Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
a xv 'x The LouJou some high for Don and there . dinareafa®. the CTeninf the theatre . -..u we

a xv 'x The LouJou some high for Don and there . dinareafa®. the CTeninf the theatre . -..u we

Univereity Students, who hailed the entree of the Qneen with load and long demonstrations of applause; Lord John Russell, Lord Bronaham, and the Cahjoet Ministers, were beartiiy groaned. The Duke of Chancellor of tbs University Oxford, address of‘«relcome "snd congratulation to
24 October 1835 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
MUN!CH>At ACT. . 1.1835- Sim—l }>.« dnmdyf i* ronformity f Lord Joh. Romcll. traMmitteO to you copy of corporation .ct,

MUN!CH>At ACT. . 1.1835- Sim—l }>.« dnmdyf i* ronformity f Lord Joh. Romcll. traMmitteO to you copy of corporation .ct,

and of the Order to CoaociJ the J Ito Member. I now trenemlt copy of *appWn- of the 30th September, lam d.reeted «i|l observe that, by aeclion 38, the existing mayor and nemben the oOnacil. or governing body, are to out.of office after the declaration of the first election of co
24 October 1835 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
WINTER GOODS.

WINTER GOODS.

(Per the Abbey Steamer,) To the Wexford Far, French Silk, and Scotch Shawl IVare-House, One door from the &ariugs\ Bank, Jftain-atreet,
24 October 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
BK'I 'VKKN CHURCHES ENG-1 .re already called the attention the public an pamphlet hr Hector of Alder . d ireQU

BK'I 'VKKN CHURCHES ENG-1 .re already called the attention the public an pamphlet hr Hector of Alder . d ireQU

oly d It two long and instructive *° l^c <,n frelinjia of the : and adeaniagea of the new system of education. U anolbei aubjecl treated of in the pamphlet, which. the controveraiea now carrying in a moat ' lv manner, and conaidcring the character and ailua* author, cannot but r
24 October 1835 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland