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OLD WHISKEY

OLD WHISKEY

40 Puncheons in Bund, Warehoused in Mar., 1834; do. do. do. Nov., 1836; do. do. do. Dec., 1837 ; 2,000 Barrels Prime New MALT. FOR SALE, BY Ferguson’s Court, JAMES BARNETT. Jan., 1839. S 529 BKA.UTIF'UIi / COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE, BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, TO BE MbT. Tor such Term
31 January 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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ll. 13 5 ByCash, paid Interest on Debentures, at per Cent., 86 By ditto, Interest Savings’ Account, at 4 per Cent., 2 11 By do., paid Interest Belfast Bank, at 6 per Cen:., 13 18 By paid the* Marshal of Dublin, for Pawnbroking License, Cash, paid Kent of House, Fuel, and Candles,
31 January 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DY MISS JEWSUUBY

DY MISS JEWSUUBY

MISS There •orn-thlng like the spirit of foresight in the following to I. 1... prior her r. ant consaquent for the lan I of her grave.-Miw Jewshnry was married the Res. Fletcher, and proceed with bin t, Indio, whore she dleJ, Oct. 3. Isdi The last lines appear to the aspiration o
31 January 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Tat N ID AD.

Tat N ID AD.

Tat ID AD. Trinidad papers to the Blh December have been received per the Hanover. The Council of Government was sitting, and had passed several useful ordinances. A public meeting Of the inhabitants, convened to take into consideration the monetary system of the country, far as
31 January 1839 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

CANADA-NOVA SCOTIA. On Friday her Majesty’s packet Reindeer, Lieutenant Dicken, arrived at Falmouth, from Halifax, with letters and papers to tbe 9th inst. After the packet got under weigh a mail from the Canadas was brought down to Halifax and shipped just in time to take advan
31 January 1839 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE DURROW MURDER.

THE DURROW MURDER.

The following is the answer given by Lord Norbury to the address of condolence presented to him by the magistrates of the King's County : Durrow Abbey, Jan. 22, 1839. Loan—l have thi» day received with heartfelt gratitude your letter, conveying to me and thU family, in terms the
31 January 1839 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ATTACK ON THE POTATO VESSEL AT COVE

ATTACK ON THE POTATO VESSEL AT COVE

Sixteen men concerned in the attack on the brig Westmoreland, about to proceed for Baltimore with potatoes, were on Monday arrested in the neighbourhood of Cove, and committed to the county gaol. The arrests were made order of the Lord Lieutenant, to whom a statement of the circ
31 January 1839 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE—Yesterday,

POLICE INTELLIGENCE—Yesterday,

MEETING OF MR. O’CONNELL’S CONSTITUENTS A numerous meeting of the electors of Dublin took piece yesterday at the Circus, in Lower Abbey-street. Shortly before two o’clock Mr. O’Connell arrived, end was greeted with the most deafening cheers, Robb*T M'Clellano, Bs'q., was called
31 January 1839 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VOL. XXXI THE BURMESE WAR. (from THE OBSERVER SUNDAY. We regret to find th:it some uneasiness has been felt at

VOL. XXXI THE BURMESE WAR. (from THE OBSERVER SUNDAY. We regret to find th:it some uneasiness has been felt at

the tenor of the accounts from India which reached London on Monday last, and that a war with the Burmese is deemed t° almost a certainty. do not participate in these feelings It was only last week ventured upon conjecture the effect which the defeat of the Persians before Herat
31 January 1839 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK—THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 31. 1839.

CORK—THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 31. 1839.

CORK —THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 31. 1839. AG IT A TION—A NT l-COR N-LAWS. COURT OF QUEEN’S BENCH— Dublin, Saturday Manchester, Saturday, Jan. 26.— Our readers are ready informed, by the announcements which have appeared Thf. Honourable the Irish Society, r. Tine Right Ho- from ti
31 January 1839 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland