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MONTHLY MILITARY OBITUARY.

MONTHLY MILITARY OBITUARY.

ILjor-CencraU—Newell, late byih foot; Jehu Shaw, late rvf Garrison battalion. Lieut .Colonels—Hon. Sir Charles Gonkm, 4rd loot - J Reed, K.H o.'d loot, Graham, late cf Royal Marines. Majors—Kelly •:4th loot; Turtoii, loot, t«taagc Bombay ; T. Campbell* late Royal Veteran Battali
03 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
promote prosperity, MpeeiAily the which he Las succeeded in btii thruugL improving the the river ShiMbn. and has obtained an

promote prosperity, MpeeiAily the which he Las succeeded in btii thruugL improving the the river ShiMbn. and has obtained an

official pledge, that early awwiun* of steam treaaeU will idieved from ciuuges fur piimagt. which will tend convideiahly advance the of the City of Dublin Steam I’acket Mr. Tiioxas l*i* having aecooded that revoiuiiuo agieul to uoaniit.ouklv. * Sir J. KIX..•»TON amt- stated that
03 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TITHE CAMPAIGN.

TITHE CAMPAIGN.

The Rev. Thomas Locke, accompanied by proctor and party men, went on the 10th instant, to the lands of Ducateen near Newcastle, and afterwards to the old Mill, where some cattle were seized ; a rescue was commeaced men, women, and children, but we are happy add, without loss of
17 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A Novel Scene. —On Monday se'nniglit, the inhabitants ol various parts of the metropolis were amused bv the following singular

A Novel Scene. —On Monday se'nniglit, the inhabitants ol various parts of the metropolis were amused bv the following singular

scone :—About two dozen coal-heavers, dressed in their best, paraded the streets, preceded by four men carrying a ladder, on which was seated a tall, brawny black diamond,” whose blows were adorned by a magnificient pair of gilded ram’s horns. He was looking very sheepishly, and
13 November 1835 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
yon tour own Bank one calcnlated to Confer great and henefifi* the people of th« country. cheering). If the Inbahittmt*

yon tour own Bank one calcnlated to Confer great and henefifi* the people of th« country. cheering). If the Inbahittmt*

of subscribe 4*10.000. jC'2O (HHJ, 30,000, they may deposit it in the bund* •*! Ireiwnrer, oho they themselves' to appoint, and miliar sum will In* transioitted from London, i*; ovendgns, over which they themselves also, (taro* i lr *a«itrer.) tha (hear, bear.) Allow me call you
13 November 1835 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
Table Talk.

Table Talk.

Bri’ce, the Traveller. —The following extract from one one of Lieutenant Bume’s letters, dated on the Red Sea, will he read with interest by the adniii ere of the much-abused Bruce ( cannot quit Bruce without mentioning one fact which I have gathered here, and which ought be kno
13 November 1835 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
A / JOHN P. r:IC A ITj Main-Street, Athlone. BE(»S leave to solicit the attention of his Friends and the

A / JOHN P. r:IC A ITj Main-Street, Athlone. BE(»S leave to solicit the attention of his Friends and the

Public, in general, to bis present Stock in Troth, consisting- of Ironmongery, Hardware, Trimmings, Cutlery, Metal-ware, Stationary and Fancy goods; which he will dispose ot at unprecedented low prices. »inyle trial vcitl convince the most inexperienced. J. H.—Also acquaints his
06 November 1835 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
Circulates through the Counties Westmeath,

Circulates through the Counties Westmeath,

27 November 1835 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
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Inn'll favoured with a copy of Ino fextraordinary) the 27th of Oc: ,!,< !•, Captain Duncan the Friends, just nrlivid'in this jiort, after a very quick passage of 25 ilavs. I' contains exclusively, the opening speech 1 Lord G<>sford, to the Canada legislature.— bis speech will re
27 November 1835 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
TO SUBSCRIBERS.

TO SUBSCRIBERS.

Such of nur tuhncrihem ai hart not yet paid thAr first yeorn iub&:ription to the Sentinel; are mo>t rexperlfully requested to foru ard it to the Proprietor, in the course of next wek. It a general rule with Newspaper establishments, that all subscription* be paid in advance—not
27 November 1835 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland