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ENGLISH MARKETS.

ENGLISH MARKETS.

ENGLISH MIARKETS. LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE, Nov. ) There is a short supply of all descriptions of Grain this moorning. Wheat Is per pnarter dearer than on this day week. In Barley, ?? particular to notice; but the sales effected are on full ns goud terms as on this day week. The Oat
13 November 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ENGLISH MARKETS.

ENGLISH MARKETS.

LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE. OCT. 30.-There is It& alteration in the price of Wheat from last market day and the business yet done is on a. very limited scale.-' Arrivals-L4290sacksof Flour; Wheat, 4,330 qrs.; Bar- ley, 8,670qrs. ; Malt, 0000 qrs.; Oats, 1,200qrs.; Irish Oats, 12,670qr
03 November 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LANDLORD AND TENANT BILL.

LANDLORD AND TENANT BILL.

LANDLORD AND TVNANT BILL. MEETING OF THtE 1lAIONY OF CASTLEREAGH{. On Tuesday, a meeting of the landholders of the barony of Castlereagh wa- held in Comber,. for the purpo5e of adopting a petition to Parliament in favour of Mr. Shar- man Crawford's Landlord and Tenant Bill, and a
20 November 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DINNER TO LORD J. RUSSELL AT BRISTOL.

DINNER TO LORD J. RUSSELL AT BRISTOL.

DINNER TO LORD 'J RUSSELL AT BRISTOL. BRISTOL. Nov. 10.-The town, during the whole of this YC day, has presented a most animated appearance. The ves- (c sels in the harbour hoisted their colours; salutes were fired It during the day, and, as the hour of his Lordship's arrival I!t
17 November 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EXTRAORDINARY DISCLOSURE.

EXTRAORDINARY DISCLOSURE.

TO THlE ELEC TOXs OF THE COUNTY OF CARtOW,. Gentlemen-A report having been circulated that, in *vsithdrawing at the time I did from any further opposition to the petition by which -Mr. Vigors and myself were re- moved from ?? high honeur of being your representatives, I bad aban
06 November 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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No. 927.] IRISH POOR.— LANDLORDS AND TENANTS. Tub state of the Irish poor may expected to occupy the attention of the Legislature, in the next Session of Parliament, provided the investigations of the Coramissione.'son Poor Inquiry completed. Already, the Commissioners have colle
19 November 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
mercenar.cs and hirelines. (J.oud cheer*.) These instltu- Horn, then, he held, it should the object of every wise and patriotic

mercenar.cs and hirelines. (J.oud cheer*.) These instltu- Horn, then, he held, it should the object of every wise and patriotic

man preserve and to maintain ; and was in th-s view that hailed that great meeting with delight. He hailed it with delight, because he saw in it, not only a tribute of respect their distinguished guests, but declaration, on the part of the meeting "to the world, that they were n
19 November 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CLASSICAL

CLASSICAL

AND Hebrew and Oriental Literature. MR. W. HART to inform his Friends the Public, that he is now prepared to receive limited number of Pupils, whom he will instruct in the usual Branches of LITERATURE, preparatorv their entering Dublin College, an? other of the Established Univ
05 November 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPECIAL ROAD SESSIONS

SPECIAL ROAD SESSIONS

WILL be held, pursuant to the Act of and 4th Wro. IV., chap. 78, at the following places and times, for the purpose of considering all Applications for Presentments, and Applications for Payment, that may then and there be laid before such Sessions respectively, and for transact
05 November 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR LONDON, CALLING AT FALMOUTH AND PLYMOUTH. / THE SHANNON Henky H. Mills, mender, is intended to Sail from the

FOR LONDON, CALLING AT FALMOUTH AND PLYMOUTH. / THE SHANNON Henky H. Mills, mender, is intended to Sail from the

SATURDAY next, the 14th NOVEMBER, o'Clock, evening. Berths secured, and every information given at the Company’s Office, 17, Eden-quay. A YOUNG WOMAN, who perfectly undei> stands her business Confectioner, wishes Situation in a respectable House, being also a good Jfjp- keeper c
12 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland