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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Nov. 14.—Triton, Aikln, Swansea, coals. Elizabeth Ann. , Newhaven, ballast. 15. Edinburgh, Johnston, Orkneys, herrings. George, Weeks.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Nov. 14.—Triton, Aikln, Swansea, coals. Elizabeth Ann. , Newhaven, ballast. 15. Edinburgh, Johnston, Orkneys, herrings. George, Weeks.

Swansea, culm. Vigilant, Moodle, Glasgow, do. Scotia, M'Corailck, do, do. Zealous, Anderson, do, do. Aim, M'Klnly, Orkney, herrings. Fortuna, Graves, Glasgow, coals. Expert, Deshin, Liverpool, sugar. Ann Wordsworth, Duncan, Glasgow, coals. 16. —Harriet and Jane. Howe. Newcastle,
18 November 1835 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
WEST OF ENGLAND fire and life EMPOWERED BT ACT OF PARLIAMENT. CAPITAL—SIX HUNDRED THOUSAND POUNDS SURPLUS CAPITAL-SIXTY THOUSAND POUNDS. CHIEF

WEST OF ENGLAND fire and life EMPOWERED BT ACT OF PARLIAMENT. CAPITAL—SIX HUNDRED THOUSAND POUNDS SURPLUS CAPITAL-SIXTY THOUSAND POUNDS. CHIEF

OFFICE —EXETER. Office fir the Metropolis, 20,New Bridge-street, Blaefifriars. PRESIDENT, Sir William Follett. VICE-PRESIDENTS Alexander H. Hamilton, Esq. Samuel T. Kehewich, Esq. Edmond Granger, Esq. Wearman Gifford, Esq. KICK THE advantages offered by this Company are Reduced
18 November 1835 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
WAX'S'EI?,

WAX'S'EI?,

»ct the capacity COOK aa*l THOROUGH SEKVAN I very sm e»tal>yinM*Dt tiie are liberal, it is requested none apjdy but those who can produce the mo# undeniable fe*lB6o*iiaW character and aliilitv fron» res>j>ec!able tamuiem Apply at the office of this paper, Moue apply but person o
18 November 1835 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
Chancery.

Chancery.

James Forde ami Francis' PURSUANT to the Forue, JL final Decree made Plaintiffs. this cause, dated the twenty Eiita Kelly, John Scott, and sixth day of April, one Others, thousand eight hundred and Defendants. thirty two, and a certain * J order made in this cause, bearing date
17 November 1835 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BB LKT,

TO BB LKT,

FOR •OCH TRRM A» MAT BR AORRBO OH, LA OK TUB INTEREST SOLD. AlfD IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN, rrwe HOUSE and DEMESNE ot MILFORD, ad. I Joining th« Marqab of WoUwford'. De«e»M, ■» Carrnhmore. Hoan i« Sp«:io««, with » mrj Carmen. »nd about Thirty Acmof choice groaad. For particuUre
21 November 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
REVIEW 09 THE CORN TRADE DURING THE

REVIEW 09 THE CORN TRADE DURING THE

PAST WEEK. The Cmeera, enilieg themaeltc* of the opperteeity ef> forded by the weather, of fettia* their eeed tato the ponod, bate rappUed the coeotry market* the peat week only moderately with grain ; and though the receipt* wheat, both Wedaeeday and Friday, were only lieu tad
21 November 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
OWaUrfavti

OWaUrfavti

protection in confession, not knowing whether political matters were revealed in Confession —as far yon know of the influence of the Priesthood in Ireland, is not that influence generally made use of for political purposes ? I think the Priests latterly have very ostentatiously p
21 November 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
DUTY ON PAPER.

DUTY ON PAPER.

The Commissioners of Excise Inquiry, in their 14th report, recommended—That the duties on paper be consolidated and reduced to one penny-halfpenny per pound—that the penalties be revised with a view to their reduction—that the Acta of Parliament relating to this subject be conso
21 November 1835 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
wheat

wheat

s. d, arra y. a / ,f whose - . ,n vc, Cacti ,°"K will vlur.
16 November 1835 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
i\ot |'r.>pe»ty her** ? (Cheer* ) l uow call him *ay whether he will hear or Mr. Heynolds—l have objection.

i\ot |'r.>pe»ty her** ? (Cheer* ) l uow call him *ay whether he will hear or Mr. Heynolds—l have objection.

Mr. Mooney—You have all ird Mr. Reynold* aay, in the commencement of hia addtesa, that he divearded the idea of running down ‘he Agricultural Hank or any *itniUr one founded honestly. thought proper few day* since to attack that establishment, and I then infer he does not think
16 November 1835 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland