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MARKET, OCF. 30—Onr market this week ha* been well slocked will. Buller, ani'iunlinc ti-kina. remain "lalionarv. hei-tr ««foll..W!*; - Firkin,

MARKET, OCF. 30—Onr market this week ha* been well slocked will. Buller, ani'iunlinc ti-kina. remain "lalionarv. hei-tr ««foll..W!*; - Firkin,

Ito ; Crocks. 7«t FLAX A! tIIKKT, OCT. 29 he snppljr of Fl .x this week has greatly increased, upwards l.'O lons were exposed for sale jit our market. The demand was brisk, and prices seem the advance. Alerchants are still very much dissatisfied at the slovenly and unprepared ma
31 October 1835 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
fj WANTED, D;i G entleman residing inar Derry, ARTRWARIJ, who will work with l.altouiers ; a 1«o ARDENER ami FOOTMAN.

fj WANTED, D;i G entleman residing inar Derry, ARTRWARIJ, who will work with l.altouiers ; a 1«o ARDENER ami FOOTMAN.

No Man will l»e engaged whose character for honesty, sobriety, and knowledue of his business, will nut bear the stiictest investigation. Apply to the Printer. lOlh October, 183.5.
31 October 1835 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
MOT 1 C K.

MOT 1 C K.

MOT 1 K. TIE Public are htrebr required take i>o, lice that LISSAI>ELL,'OXFIELD, and all the other Mountain* and Floatation* on the Kttatea of Sir Roatar Goan Basra, Bart., the Baronle* of Carbarry, Corrao, flraril), are POISONED, from the th Imtant. Sligo. October 28. 183 S.
30 October 1835 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
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30 October 1835 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
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The of the Kilkenny Dhision, Far- Ocularly io the Criminal tlepartntr-ut, was vury heavy, and did terminate until a 11 . on IVedetestlty evening. We subjoin of the Convictions and of Sentenuet by the Int Barrister, NICHOLAS P. IL4q. Q oirk, Patrick Lankly, and \Tickle, Hogan wer
31 October 1835 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BEST LIFE OF NAPOLEON.

THE BEST LIFE OF NAPOLEON.

In Weekly Farts, price One Shilling each, Tarts. The First to appear on Saturday, 7th Nom/ her nest, and One every succeeding Saturday>w BOURKIENNES MEMOIRS EMPEROR NAPOLEON. To which are now added, ANECDOTES AND ILLUSTRATIVE NOTES From the most authentic source*, including Duke
29 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SIR JOHN SINCLAIR ON HEALTH AND LON

SIR JOHN SINCLAIR ON HEALTH AND LON

T v LIKE. Embellished of the Author, HE CODE of HEALTH and LONGEyX or, General View of the Rules and Principles serving Health and PaoLONciHc Lite. By ih«r Uij Sir JOHN SINCLAIR, Bart, Fifth Edition, onc Urge volume, Bro., illustrated with Seven Portraits of Person w)k> attained
29 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH RAILWAYS.

IRISH RAILWAYS.

Railway. Since our allusion great j work, Mr. Cubitt lias walked over Hie coast line and marked .the course for survey. Hi* assistant engineer, Mr. bouse, and bis surveyor, Mr. Byrne, are now engaged upon I il, commencing in Dublin, and will here a few days. Tlicrc before him th
29 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO HIS EXCELLENCY CONSTANTINE HENRY, EARL LG RAVE, LORD LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR AND GENERAL GOVERNOR OF IRELAND. May it please your

TO HIS EXCELLENCY CONSTANTINE HENRY, EARL LG RAVE, LORD LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR AND GENERAL GOVERNOR OF IRELAND. May it please your

Excellency, WE. a Deputation from a large fur fellow-townsmen, with feelings of unmixedMunjac tion, h.g leave to approach your Excellency, you our sincere congratulations your the high situation Chief Governor of this part the United Kingdom. feel that the paternal anxiety most
31 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Gtideiu oo ibat tUv* about nuie o'clock in the morning ; be was t»»*kulteil at .Ml. Mr. UeyooUk wa» Dot anaigned lor the persons there were chieHy coal-porters ; I was not struck at calling so illegal meeting, but for a riot and assault, and all the hist, but was afterwards assaulted by a great number of peraom* other witnesses, except Donaldson, showed by their testimony

Gtideiu oo ibat tUv* about nuie o'clock in the morning ; be was t»»*kulteil at .Ml. Mr. UeyooUk wa» Dot anaigned lor the persons there were chieHy coal-porters ; I was not struck at calling so illegal meeting, but for a riot and assault, and all the hist, but was afterwards assaulted by a great number of peraom* other witnesses, except Donaldson, showed by their testimony

ibat tUv* about nuie o'clock the morning was t»»*kulteil at .Ml. Mr. UeyooUk wa» Dot lor the persons there were chieHy coal-porters ; I was not struck calling illegal meeting, but for riot and assault, and all the hist, but was afterwards assaulted by a great number of peraom* ot
31 October 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland