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THE IRISH FISHERIES.

THE IRISH FISHERIES.

We are gland to find that the subject of the Fisheries is likely lobe taken up with energy, the present state wholly attributable to an accident in the law. the sth ot April, lS<>o, the Irish Fishery bounties ceased, the Geo. 3d, chap. 109, an act tor regulating the Fisheries, w
29 October 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
fashionable London hats.

fashionable London hats.

NOW arriving at // —Fogarty & cos. CI l/syCE BVILDISGS, PATRICK-STREET. . r. ij THE New mid Fashionable Shapes just A- come out for the Aulum and Winter Trade, now lani ing in great variety direct from the first leading Houses in London. Gentlemen desirous having first rate Lond
29 October 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FOR LIVERPOOL.

FOR LIVERPOOL.

THK HERALD. Wedncs. 4th November ... 2 afternoon Wednes. llth 7 morning Wedaes. 18th afternoon Wednes. 25th " morning Return from LIVERPOOL every Saturday. Offices at Clarence Dock, and 21, Walcr-Stieot, Liverpool. FOR DUBLIN. THE INNISFAIL. Tuesday, 3nl November, 2 afternoon Tu
31 October 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
On TO MORROW. NOVEMBER 1, 1835,

On TO MORROW. NOVEMBER 1, 1835,

AT HALF-PAST TWO O CLOCK, THE ANNUAL CHARITY SERMON in aid the Funds for the Relief the Sick and Indigent Roomkeepers (of all religious persuasions), will be presoked in the CHURCH OF i'HE CONCEPTION/ Mjfrlborough-street, by the Most Rev. Dr. —'"'The claims of thU invaluable Ins
31 October 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEFENCE.

DEFENCE.

Patrick M‘Alister, examined Mr. Frazer—Was walking down Market-street along with Fearon on the day in question ; Fearon was about pace before witness ; saw Mr. Mateer come.up the street, walking very quick ; saw the prisoner come in contact with him; they were both meeting each
30 October 1835 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
TITHES

TITHES

A lay association has IbrroeJ in Dublin for the priileciiun tlie Irish clpfpy, enahlin*r them recover their tithes leg il process in the superior comts. 1 jords linden, Knuiskillen, Lnrlon, and Farnham arc trustees the (uod. Geo'ge A Hamilton, Esq., is their Secretary, and Sir G
31 October 1835 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
SPOUriNG.

SPOUriNG.

T!ie Kilkenny Hunt for November, 1835. will meet Monday, the 2d, at Go'vran; Wed-j 4, at Kilkenny Barracks ; Friday G, at Newmarket ; Monday 9, ; i day 11, at Casllecoiner; and Friday 13, at, Wood. | Should bad weather make impossible for the Hounds to Cover, they will meet at th
31 October 1835 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
hare been delivered by Lord Granville to the Doctrinaire government upon the affairs of Spain was given that note was

hare been delivered by Lord Granville to the Doctrinaire government upon the affairs of Spain was given that note was

delivered on Monday last, and runs nearly as follows : The quadruple treaty of alliance has created peculiar relations and respective obligations between the several contracting parties. Among those obligations tliere is an imperative one, consisting sustaining, by every moral i
30 October 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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f Our Rtter.tion li«s been tillrJ work w).:. b latelv issued the v '' •°" Aslr«i«.my >‘'■■l < « ..so llie (.lobes, MuitiL-m-atii al Cl.ronoloi!y, ■•’"I the construction cl' Mn|is, I'.c p..lic. ol Mr. null.nr ofsi veml nscH.l works ol _a high scientific chnrtcter. Hi* oppeoranee o
29 October 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
TUI ttHKAKFAST.

TUI ttHKAKFAST.

The place wlaclad lor tbo eoterlainmant waa Ilia bora’ achooi-rootn in ti>a Ijincaslarian Inatitalicn, which was fitted for lha occasion, and taatafully decora tad «ilh &c. Than ware Ibrea rowa of lahlea extending lha whole length of the room. There waa an abundance fowl, lengua
29 October 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland