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In Corn under lock very little doing.—CiYex Son and Co.

In Corn under lock very little doing.—CiYex Son and Co.

MARK LANE, Monday, Bth Month, 28th, 1837. Our supplies of Wheat are moderate, and th e weather having been wet several days last week, caused more activity in the Wheat trade this morning, and our millers were buying at an advance of 2s per qr. since this day week, on both old a
31 August 1837 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ESTABLISHED CHEAP

ESTABLISHED CHEAP

moox-PAPBA 9, HIGH-STREET. BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, Ste., &c., TTTAS announce for S.VLK, an Kntira New A»- Jl soriment UOOM-PAPEKS, With a Splendid Assortment of FLOCK and GOLD ; ako. FLOCK and FANCY BORDERS, match. HODGSON intimate, that, previous the late Reduction of Duty, havi
31 August 1837 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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ivm Dublin, Monoav, Aur.csr 28. Suyar. —The market wa« brisk, and good deal of business doing during the week. Brown, per cwt., to 575; middling, to 60*; Good, Gls to64s ; fine, and very fine, to refined, common, 80s 86s; fine, to Malt —Of good and prime quality moved oft'steadil
31 August 1837 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
I.lf of the cl.

I.lf of the cl.

I.lf the cl. I.ilti.l r ;:j*|i-irc tit runspirai ) th I i»nr-!. M-n. il, evt-rl ■ .1 r-r-.i-al t'» marc’.i until this lit. i-. quil m rv'itf, «In. ••i< d. tln‘»»is f- r . rca* in iiji ilu m a lio.lv. w!un. matl.-r u . n- in.nK jti isoin i'. l alatrava Uu- I'K't v' (11.1 -t til. 1
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A1.1.X V.MH.Il’s VOI %*.»:—AM» W\H |\ THE k irilE

A1.1.X V.MH.Il’s VOI %*.»:—AM» W\H |\ THE k irilE

A1.1.X V.MH.Il’s VOI %*.»:—AM» |\ THE ,in m hv, &c.. Hvo. (‘tAb*r* Captain Alexander i* pleasant, da&hinfr, aivl. won!, graphic dc*M:nber. ran dot? he* of Africa, the Whiteman’s Stem Leone, and then stretched off Helena, and rtacM he Cape in due lime. The story of his voyage very
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FA SIIIOSAnI.K MISCEI.LASY.

FA SIIIOSAnI.K MISCEI.LASY.

VICEREGAL ConiT. Hit the (’mmless .Mulprave arrived at the Viceregal Lodge on Tuesday evening. from Lngland Her Excellency was accompanied Viscount Norionnhy. The Lord Lieutenant received the Countess the Pier, and accompanied her into town. Lord Morpeth arrived Kingstown this m
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE QI EEN’S HOI sKHOI.D.

THE QI EEN’S HOI sKHOI.D.

THE EEN’S HOI sKHOI.D. St. Janas'* Valuer. Any. 20. The following appointments have taken place in her Majesty’s household : Misrurss thk of Sutherland. Pul si 11* aI. I.Anv or Rf.ikhambkh Marchioness of Lansdownc. Lmuks Cluirleiiionr. of Laily IVi tiuao. Lady LytrJetou, l.aiiy H
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OF THE COUNTRY.

STATE OF THE COUNTRY.

SPECTATOR.—AII who can leave London, do. The Queen has gone to Windsor; her courtiers of course follow her. more drawing-rooms, no more parties, till that horrid Parliament must be opened in November. The Opera season closed Saturday. Lady Londonderry is in the North, and Lady T
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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■ -1> y i ,• ■ ai .\.SAI.\>I> II.! lONS. Tl.e i: iN.ui.i. -■man puirishe'l ««nie very strikinm ral -*• ' an-l tiiumpliantly e<talili>h the •n— at t'.i- thinkina, tl,,- -t infoimeri, and the most inde- pemh-nt part the people "f
31 August 1837 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ITH AL’STR PROTESTANT EMK'.RA CO-MMLNITY. From valuable publication (advertised another column), entitled, Rise, I’rwjresa, ami Huns of the Svulh Australian

ITH AL’STR PROTESTANT EMK'.RA CO-MMLNITY. From valuable publication (advertised another column), entitled, Rise, I’rwjresa, ami Huns of the Svulh Australian

Protestant Emigration Cuninunit'i," G. . Ron; tson, Esq., make a lengthened extract. After giving the whole subject nur deliberate and anxious consideration, have no hesitation in recommending it to the attention of every Protestant who is desirous of finding in another clime th
31 August 1837 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland