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21, DAME-STREET. THE CANTON TEA COMPANY, STABLISHED on tlic principle giving to the Public Teas in their original unadulterated state,

21, DAME-STREET. THE CANTON TEA COMPANY, STABLISHED on tlic principle giving to the Public Teas in their original unadulterated state,

imported, at the lowest possible pi ices. It is only by acting fully on this principle that THE CANTON TEA COMPANY expect to hold the the Public, who are not slow in discerning straightforward trading amidst empty professions. I'oi the convenience of FAMILIES, they devote specia
30 November 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTED,

WANTED,

In a central part of the City, yV'\ A Warehouse or Store, with or without D*el£ighouse. A Yard with Sheds, or a space of sflffltient extent to admit of large Shed being erected, rc'lU Applications, addressed F. F., at the Office of Saunders’s News-Letter, will meet with ininedi.
30 November 1835 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JOHN ELLIOTT HYNDMAN, AND CO., AVING purchased from Messrs. William Conolly ami Co. their House and Concerns, with the entire

JOHN ELLIOTT HYNDMAN, AND CO., AVING purchased from Messrs. William Conolly ami Co. their House and Concerns, with the entire

of their well-selected Stock of jltjw Old Wines, they are enabled to execute, on Jcrms, such orders they may favoured with lU<f mjmc, the Friends of Mr. William Conolly, or their own. No. 28, BACHELOU’S-WAI.K. 19th Nov., 1835.
30 November 1835 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS, The recent intelligence from the Continent is interesting, if not important. The Queen of Spain’s speech, at the

FOREIGN AFFAIRS, The recent intelligence from the Continent is interesting, if not important. The Queen of Spain’s speech, at the

opening of the Cortes, shows that the Spanish Government is length determined to carry forward with a vigorous determination, the principles of the Revolution. the sale of the monastic lands is expected that sufficiency of funds will placed at the disposal the Government, withou
30 November 1835 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Ashio, per Cwt. Montreal Pots, late... Ditto Pearls, Ists... Barilla, per Ton. Sicily Bake, Brit. Oak, p.T. Leghorn Cork Tree

Ashio, per Cwt. Montreal Pots, late... Ditto Pearls, Ists... Barilla, per Ton. Sicily Bake, Brit. Oak, p.T. Leghorn Cork Tree

Gibraltar, Bari xt, Pearl, per C. BmurcoHE, per cat. Rough Cocoa Sii*ix,per cw; Corrax,per cwt. Plantation Coaxwoon, per cwt French CocHiNiAi., per 1b... Fish—Herrings p.brl. Ling per cwt Flax,per ton, Petersburg!), 12 Head Fruit. liaisinEjbunchlVlusct Muscatel...., Bloom.. Cask
30 November 1835 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE ENNISKILLEN CHRONICLE, AND ERNE PACKET.

THE ENNISKILLEN CHRONICLE, AND ERNE PACKET.

Optical Phenomena—Andersonun Soirf.es, Glasgow.— These highly interesting literary and scicntifical confersazions commenced for the winter, on Monday. The chair was occupied John Alston, Esq. and the business of the evening was opened James Smith, Esq. of Jordunhill, who read an
30 November 1835 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
TITnES. ... Lord Morpeth recrntly told theclcrsrv and the public, the military polict v force were not employe in enforcing

TITnES. ... Lord Morpeth recrntly told theclcrsrv and the public, the military polict v force were not employe in enforcing

the collection of tithe, unless where the peace made such interference absolutely necessary. lordship’s word does not seem to have been borne out in instances. In the neighbourhood of Kilmallock, 'be pOW from the stations of Bruree. Athlacca and Kdmalb>clt, lwe«HF| in number, ha
30 November 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROSCOMMON. The independent elec ors of Roscommon unau. solved, at a meeting held Roscommon, on the July, to present Patrick

ROSCOMMON. The independent elec ors of Roscommon unau. solved, at a meeting held Roscommon, on the July, to present Patrick

Taaffo, Esq., of Foxborougb, piece of plate, as a token of their acknowledgments zeal and efficiency with which lie discharged the dutielg treasurer and secretary during their recent successful to uphold the freedom of election. A magnificent inconsequence transmitted to him few
30 November 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

The Rev. Dr. Ujr»ti has made the followingappointmems, consequent on the death of the Rev. Mr. Sheehy, I*.P. : The Rev. Maurice Fitzgibbon, P. P. of Adare, has been translated to the of Parteen and Meelick. Standish O'Grad}, administrator of John’s, has been removed to the paris
30 November 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE PEOPLE OF KILDARE.

TO THE PEOPLE OF KILDARE.

I^ELLOW-COUNT HYMEN—You cannot be ignorant , that an attempt has recently been made to fix upon the stain of a very infamons fraud—an attempt which, il successful, must have banished me from the society of honourable men, and totally deprived me of character. So long as the char
30 November 1835 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland