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IRISH STOCKS—NOV. 14.

IRISH STOCKS—NOV. 14.

- IflynaI STOT KXS:NdV. 14. 13 per Ct. v DOh. G _Baink Stocks . ?? 2 3O per Ct. (Jv Stock 97, 6per Ct & Can Loan 4 7. 34 per Ct. do. (new) 98S3 7 4 per C. ditto ?? ENGLISH bSrocKstNoV. 14. :3 per Ct. Consol ...lBkto ?? per Ct. Reduced q.30 IndiadStock 3A per Ct. ditto ?? 989 Indi
17 November 1835 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WAYS AND MEANS,

WAYS AND MEANS,

The O'Connell tribute in thia town and die* trict, considerably exceeded, we have beard, the collection made in Sligo and adjoining parirhea i last year. Such well-timed encouragement will ensure encreased agitation, and add fuel to the 1 ferment which much distinguishes unhappy
20 November 1835 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
KING’S COUNTY.

KING’S COUNTY.

PUBLIC MEETING IN' consequence of Lord Glandinc, the Illgli Sheriff of the King’s County, having dcclinsTJJkiing the Requisitionists in the object hereinafter whose nanus arc hereunto annexed, request ar maWlng Inhabitant:; of the King’s County, at in the afternoon, on MONDAY, t
21 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE HAY

THE HAY

Comprises Cocks of this Year, and Ricks of one, two, and three years old, the entire of which is of choicest Herbage, and well worthy the attention of Coach Proprietors, and will be Sold in Lots to accommodate Purchasers. THE SHEEP Comprise 600 Ewet, of the largest description,
21 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORN AND CURRENCY.

CORN AND CURRENCY.

The Agricultural Interest of England really appears, to our humble comprehension, to have abandoned the small modicum of understanding which remained to them. say the Agricultural interest, for when we find Lord Chandos speaking in the name of that interest,—when we find that on
19 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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NATIONAL BANK OF IRELAND. THE EDITOR TUI D.K. POST. Waterford. Nov. 16, 1835. Sia, IN Report of the proceedings of

NATIONAL BANK OF IRELAND. THE EDITOR TUI D.K. POST. Waterford. Nov. 16, 1835. Sia, IN Report of the proceedings of

a Meeting at Longford, it appearing in your Paper of ult. that this Bank had lost £2 to by the late Solicitor, Mr, Thomas Carroll, I think it duly as Manager, and the concurrence of the respectable Gentlemen who are Local Directors, to contradict such statement, and furlhe»4<r s
17 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HONDURAS MAHOGANY BY AUCTION. WILLIAM CURRY and SOX will SELLby AUCTION, immediately after the Sale of SpHl* mingo Mahogany, Messrs.

HONDURAS MAHOGANY BY AUCTION. WILLIAM CURRY and SOX will SELLby AUCTION, immediately after the Sale of SpHl* mingo Mahogany, Messrs.

Geo. H. and J. SchWplP* Dock, Custom-house, next Til USD AV, ▼ember, 183 a, 8,000 Feet fine Honduras Mahogany, adapted fur Cabinet use*, of veiy large sizes. Terms at Sale. J. BARCUOFT, Measurer, Krne-strcet. [uay, 16th Nor., 1835. Sir John's MANSION-HOUSE AND DEMESNE OF CLOYNE.
17 November 1835 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NERAL, AND GENERAL GOVERNOR OF IRELAND.

NERAL, AND GENERAL GOVERNOR OF IRELAND.

NERAL, AND GENERAL GOVERNOR IRELAND. May it Please Youa Excellency,— the of Ballymena and assembled at a meeting convened by public notice, most Joyfully avail uurselve* of the opportunity of your Excellency’s passing through our town, to testify our respect and attachment to you
19 November 1835 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JAMES JOHNSON, HOUSE FURBISHING IRONMONGERY " WARE HOUSE, NO. 41, PATRICK-STREET, CORK.

JAMES JOHNSON, HOUSE FURBISHING IRONMONGERY " WARE HOUSE, NO. 41, PATRICK-STREET, CORK.

JAMES JOHNSON, HOUSE FURBISHING IRONMONGERY WARE HOUSE, NO. 41, PATRICK-STREET, CORK. ill supplied with every ■h will Sold on reasonable This concern article in the above Line, Terms, for Cash. , _ Bronzed Grates, {/ J I Grates Bronzed Fenders,/ /- ■ I Black Lead Fenders, Of the
21 November 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TYRANT, NICHOLAS. The fierce Tartar who now fiHs the throne of Russia, a throne which under the visitations of

THE TYRANT, NICHOLAS. The fierce Tartar who now fiHs the throne of Russia, a throne which under the visitations of

jJuiH’rbvidence, has more than once dripped with the blood of its possessors—who. autocrat he dreams of being—who, blind and helpless tool of his own evil destiny, and worker of his own destruction, as in truth he is— Was reported some days ago to have addressed the magistracy o
21 November 1835 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland