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03 November 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A SOLDIER DROWNED AT FERMOY.

A SOLDIER DROWNED AT FERMOY.

About 12 o'clock on Thursday, a soldier of the 671h depot* at Ferraoy, named Patrick Kelly, to avoid being taken by picquet, ran into the river at the slip opposite the Adair School, and commenced swimming across with his clothes on. Finding the current too strong, as the river
03 November 1835 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ENNISKILLEN ; PRINTED !5V K. OUFFV.

ENNISKILLEN ; PRINTED !5V K. OUFFV.

ENNISKILLEN ; PRINTED K. OUFFV. Annual Subscription, one Guinea in nrlcance. Dublin Ayciits, Messrs. Johnston and Co. I, Cden-t/uay. i- n link Agents, .Messrs. Nenton and Co. 5, Wariruksquire, and J. Barker, 33, Fleet •street, London", all whom Orders and Advertisements arc rece'
24 November 1835 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
Hull in rest' upright Dies, vv admitt You for Kill charact stantlv It commit ami the end \vs prove ll

Hull in rest' upright Dies, vv admitt You for Kill charact stantlv It commit ami the end \vs prove ll

the per altogetl from i the coi bj lengi rested. live of t tion roi federac Protest! fenceles victims W'e j ness our syst other p are Gist aence o! unite secure is pri tion. before i
24 November 1835 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
WEXFORD MARKETS.—Not. 6. 1835. —to ■JI - socomia.. .. thirds 0 .. 3,^ New Wheat,..,,..... 15 0 .. 0 Barley

WEXFORD MARKETS.—Not. 6. 1835. —to ■JI - socomia.. .. thirds 0 .. 3,^ New Wheat,..,,..... 15 0 .. 0 Barley

New 10 .. ( 3 Oats New.... 0.. ® ®I S* Beans New 1G 6 .. 3 Beef. 4 .. 5 6 Mutton 3t .. Veal 03 .. 4/' 0 2.. SjJ” Potatoes, (per stone)... 2 .. 0 3 ) First Flour, (per cwt.).. .. J Oatmeal,. . 13 .. 14 0 3 Butter..
07 November 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
SIGNS OF THE TIMES.

SIGNS OF THE TIMES.

SIGNS THE TIMES. Throughout England, generally, the Conservative body have most decidedly gained by the registration, and the r> still of an election would be clearly favourable that party in the state. decided political change is taking place the minds those who were previously
11 November 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
JTewellely, Plate, Plated Ware, Ciermax* Silver and Watches. It. W. MOST Ve*j>ectfully to the Nobility Gentry of Wexford, that he

JTewellely, Plate, Plated Ware, Ciermax* Silver and Watches. It. W. MOST Ve*j>ectfully to the Nobility Gentry of Wexford, that he

to! JLubmil for insjsecrion most superb assortment of articles SA UKDAY. tlst INSIANT, at Air. foatonk. Watch Maker, nesr the Bull-Rmgand begs an early iuspeetion, his stay will be limited to two days. and 34, Kxcbequer*street Dublin.
18 November 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

Catuolin Church, this county, on the3]*t ult. George Glascott, Esq. second son of John Ulascott, of Ban ow lodge. Esq. to Wilhelinina, eldest daughter John Edwards. Esq. of Camolm Bark. St. Peter’s church, Dublin. James Robert Stewart. E«q. of sou Henry Stewart, Esq. Donegal, Ma
04 November 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
PORT NEWS—PASSAGE.

PORT NEWS—PASSAGE.

a warm, Ulh—Perseverance, M*GWe, Fraxcrsburgh, beTrisgs— Friendship, Williams, Usadly, calm, market—St. Asdrew, Mounsey, Peterhead, heniags. 14th—Victoria, Hodge, London, m. g.—Shamrock, Con. dan, Fethard, ballast. 15th—Wm. and Mary, O’Neill, Southampton, ballast 16th—Liberator,
18 November 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMUNICATION WITH BRISTOL.

COMMUNICATION WITH BRISTOL.

’ Reduced Fares,—Cabin, only jtl 17s fid. IHE Public are respectfully informed, that it in- tended to Sail the KILLARNEY,iu conjunction with IheMEIIMAID, fur Bristol, thereby affording two departures weekly from and between each Port. ORDER OP SAILING. KILLARNEY, William Bailey,
18 November 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland