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REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

REVIWE , OF TI1E CORN TRADE Dr f)lU T li PA.St9t WELK. (Ai-tl gycd;uslfi'e .tri MoL-Lione £qivee eC. oflfsdirl. jiisx ' -lyI 6. J The changeablo character of the 1 ec:ither, mid Ituttlil state of the atmiosphielre. are operating materially in depjrcssing the W1heit traid; as exis
20 January 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CIRCUITS.

THE CIRCUITS.

fr1lE..s.Cbiri Justice Dobertyland Baron Penneatlier. ?? JJ dge Torreits anid Baron Foster. Nolt')xi Eosr-.Chref Baron and Judge Johnson. INoaTtt WS FST-Cttief Justie and~ Judge Moore. Co8~AL'O s 1t Judge B rrton and Judi e Crampton. ?? anid Baron O'Loghilen. o0l tile night of t
24 January 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BANGOR TEMPERANCE SOIREES.

BANGOR TEMPERANCE SOIREES.

?? of a letterfrom a Correspoudent.) Our Soiree vvent ofl aidmirafily. The large room in the Market.-horse, in which it was held, was tastefully decorated with laurel, And other evergreens, kindly sent from Rath- gavl-house. Thze place was well lighted ip, arnd tire trarsr- part
03 January 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

1)e1r, j, st li oifettIct, Forfar, thc'l 1a Iy of Jam es Aviiaworth, Esq. of ooamlcary, caccity ot Dovv4, of a shIgttek. .I AR RI EV- On the .lot ltd. at Brimtol, by the ller. Charto, hitlch, Poet ,r of St ,eycepN'a Ci hurch, ('1-t4tin Andielw %vWyto, of the stlcc.cmmer Milla Scu
10 January 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
When Catholic Dill was passed, ia 1829, all kinds securities were entered into for the maintenance the Ptoteetant wliaiaiaiiiyn thMoUranh*

When Catholic Dill was passed, ia 1829, all kinds securities were entered into for the maintenance the Ptoteetant wliaiaiaiiiyn thMoUranh*

Man doth itnoeead «p the Catholics. Ball have lived to see the day when our Protestant iasti*. lions are menared. I will not further than merely express • desssmtaatioo, for ssy fotMe aid adl ta. pee aH the ass*we power' to thaae. 1 ha*a aasodasod with me, and who join- part thi
27 January 1837 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

-: EATRER i L- DUBLIN. c05sequence of the illness of Madame Degli Antonil, In Opera of LA DONNA DEL LAGO, originally an. noupced for this Evening, is unavoidably postponed untd Friday nte different Operas, with English ?? us, m°y be had at the Box Office, Price Is. Ninth Night of
31 January 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ROTUNDA. MR. BOCHSA EGSrmostrespectfully to announce that his THIRD Band LAST CONCERT Will take place On THURSDAY, the 16th of FEBRUAI' The particulars of this Concert, which will be n -vet- ing one, and on a grand scale, will be shortly nounced. N. B.-Mr. Boehsa will not perform
31 January 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW APPOINTMENTS.

LAW APPOINTMENTS.

In the edail of last night appear the following observations on the appointment of Mr. Robert Tighe to the office of Assistant-Barrister:- Amongst all the resolutions passed and observations made at the recent meeting of the Protestants of Ireland that which appears to have give
31 January 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

H LAI '5 HOEU V A L DUBLIN. MR. ?BROUGH OST respectfully begs to announce to his Friends 5nd the Public, that his BIENFFIT Will take place THIS PRESENT THURSDAY. 26th Januaiy, 1837, On wbich occasion he will re assisted by Miss Jackoil Pupil of H. Herz. lately arrived from Paris,
26 January 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BATH RADICALS.

BATH RADICALS.

, We ejoiceto find that the display of ?? feelings lately exhibited,-at Bath,,by a junta of men presuming to call themselves the representatives of the feeling of the Radicals of England, has met with no response. The heart of the Radicals is still sound, nor is it yet defiled w
16 January 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland