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FOREIGN AFFAIRS. Decisive vjctoiiy oven riie aumy NF.AR VITTOiIIA. IruKMr.NDi, Oct. 30, Eievkn- o’Ccock.— I thin Eend you hasty account

FOREIGN AFFAIRS. Decisive vjctoiiy oven riie aumy NF.AR VITTOiIIA. IruKMr.NDi, Oct. 30, Eievkn- o’Ccock.— I thin Eend you hasty account

inn*' brilliant victory as yet j'air.ed tbn (Jarlistj.— You are aware that I give not hasiily crodanct to report! favorablo to cither party, ami that when I semi you positive the result an important engagement, you may place iiapii.’it conlidenco in all 1 stale. I a.m aware that
12 November 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

Tuesday morning llie ittv. Mr. W«Uh, Roman (’alholic Curate of this parish. was u man mild and amiable in his manners aid much respected those who knew ! im. His remains were interred al the buriul ground at Convent, yesterday. Daniel O’Mahony, Kilbsony, County Cork, E-sq aged G
12 November 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
COAL VND CA

COAL VND CA

COAL Co»t i< sunnwetl liy «om«* (era the remains Hiitidiln'im limlicr wliicli floalcil tlto waters the till several aliata mineral substances bad been funned ; others conceive it to have lieen imtediluviau pear It was used it England auttrior to reign Henry 111. ; for that nvmaic
12 November 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
IX rAPrADOCFA

IX rAPrADOCFA

iif* iiirnal d'-scriboa llic a er.rtliqaake, which occurred 2Aih of August, Kaiibarich (the anctc*nt Ccsarea in (’appailocia), anil the surromnl- villages. that day, about five in the afternoon, thick coluarn of smoke was seen rise at the fool of Mount Ardescheh (on the side whic
12 November 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
THF. CMARfiK—TH I*2 CHARGE.

THF. CMARfiK—TH I*2 CHARGE.

The charge of Judge Doherty is still the topic every where—the bar stand amazedevery one asks what is done, and that something, and of a very serious character too, must he dune, certain that ;;jo people hese realms are determined ore justice. Ihe view we took that charge in cur
12 November 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
MOON’S A(» 1

MOON’S A(» 1

New moon, Friday four past ten in the morning. inlid Ji-v and VubliJu'd Ini I'. /\ .V, Jailt>frn t Ennis, :—hi and Co., II uriva/.-syuat'e. In Masts. Johailun and iAUn-yuuy.
12 November 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
T.NMS, Y, ‘2.5, 18.fr,. TUB LATE LORI) MAYOR AND ROTCII. There epiioars to no hope of hctworn theto In tl»o

T.NMS, Y, ‘2.5, 18.fr,. TUB LATE LORI) MAYOR AND ROTCII. There epiioars to no hope of hctworn theto In tl»o

Court of Kind’s Bondi Mr. the Mr. Uotch, showed ccujw against tho rule for criminal infornntion, had boon obtained the Mayor. gontlcinan put in tilt! ftllidavits of Mr. Kotch, and endeavoured to show that Mr. Ilotch’s fir letter was not sent hostilo spirit, but lor •ho purpose a
23 November 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
HOMF.

HOMF.

Tho world »« for tho working hour ; but homo tho it when aro weary or weak, o*ir refreshment there, our rest there, rellrrt t lie re, recover from sickness thoro ami \'hon in po»ro, we die there. This is the true in which house is to his ensile/ Is fortress his feelinpi, tho str
23 November 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
i'\ns V'usilctr m ir. i oil s\\ *iioi witrh

i'\ns V'usilctr m ir. i oil s\\ *iioi witrh

i'\ns V'usilctr m ir. i oil s\\ *iioi » Udwiil, v. o;i.rhi .n •it. 'j- t.tomi ljias, ai.‘l HoWlli .l.ilm l-'j of li. pic-cnlci ll:e OIJ-gow
19 November 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
y.AUUi A(-KS,

y.AUUi A(-KS,

A(-KS, At nv.Mh, Tlicl.fi.d of I^erbertplaiv, so. tithe iuu* lev. < ev, i* *-v oTiuell. to latte, o-ily tlaugliicr U (inlwey, V sfj. ila^ot-stroet. Jn !)*.'.l li:i y Snov.t*, Fain, eldest son the latv T. S.jov.e, I{.\ .U. to Lli/aUth,rhiest D’Arcy, the Koj, ul llospiu-l, a‘u late
19 November 1835 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland