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IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Dt BLIIN, Jutl.Y 1(), ireliOM Ot-R OMN lolili l~sostlECl, 0 i N. (Ii Ial~lo'Essle s- It {so lfi'tsifviintt perceive thlat the ?? 'ch'rgctrc measures adopted by the Irish Governhwrft for the prevention of Orauge outrages on the a;pproashimii; lith, andl thc dcetrminaltion of Earl
July 13, 1835 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.—SATURDAY.

LONDON MARKETS.—SATURDAY.

LONDON MARKETS. - SATuADAY. COLONIAL gARKiCbTS. 'fhe markets for coloulil prodtuce wea a drmD a~spect, and th~e sale, hive been prettq large this weck. British plantabtion uur hasl beaua taksen by tbe trade to the ?? of almost ,3,0 bhbdis. Yesterdlay * lag ?? alaritueauger aolt i
July 13, 1835 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SPANISH EXPEDI7ION.

SPANISH EXPEDI7ION.

To-day the first regiment of cavalry, recruited by Colonel Kinloch, at the Ship in Charles-street, 'Westminster, will sail from the Tower-stairs for Portsmouth, where horses and accoutrements of the best description have been provided.. After undergoing the requisite drill (whic
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
coMMEACIAL STEAM PACKET COMPANY. FOR MARGATE Direct, the new, splendid, and fast Steam Packet the PRINCESS VICTORIA, Captain HEWETP, every

coMMEACIAL STEAM PACKET COMPANY. FOR MARGATE Direct, the new, splendid, and fast Steam Packet the PRINCESS VICTORIA, Captain HEWETP, every

TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY, at Half-past Nine precisely, from NICHOLSON'S WHARF, Lower Thames-street, adjoining Billingsgate, returning from Margate every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at Nine precisely. Fares, saloon, 4s; fore cabin, 3s; children, 2s. Pier dues, &c., incl
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
LTRONIZED by her Royal Highness the Princess AUGUSTA and Prince GEORGE.—Madame TUSSAUD and SONS have the plea sure t o

LTRONIZED by her Royal Highness the Princess AUGUSTA and Prince GEORGE.—Madame TUSSAUD and SONS have the plea sure t o

announce that they have added to their EXRI-IsITION (now open with success in the Bazaar, Baker-street, Portmansquare), a NAPOLEON GROUP, consisting of Bonaparte, Wellington, Nelson, Ney, Murat, the Emperors of Austria and Russia, King of Prussia, Blucher, and Bernadotte; the wh
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
MISS MITFORD'S NEW WORK. This day, in 3 vols post Bvo, BELFORD R EGIS. By the Anther of" Our Village,"

MISS MITFORD'S NEW WORK. This day, in 3 vols post Bvo, BELFORD R EGIS. By the Anther of" Our Village,"

14:.c. "Miss Mitford is the very Wilson of English story-telling--a pen-andink Claude—full of freshness and rural pleasures. Here she is, in the very streets of ' Beltord Regis,' as delightful as in ' Our Village'—the queen elect of harmless gossipings, interspersed with rare po
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
A s GOOD PLAIN COOK, a respectable young Woman, .LIL in a small family,where a footman is kept; can have

A s GOOD PLAIN COOK, a respectable young Woman, .LIL in a small family,where a footman is kept; can have

a good character from the place she is now living . in.—Direct C. H., W. H. Clunie, 10, Portman -street, Portman-square. No officekeeper used apply. - As COOK,. in a mercha n t or t ra d esman ' s family, a respectable Woman, who could take care of the house when the family was
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
WEEKLY DIARY.

WEEKLY DIARY.

111C.II WATER Morning. Aft SUN. g. Afternoo n AT LONDON-BRIDGE. III„S. SETS. Sunday, July 12 3h 23m 3h 45m 3h 58m 8h 12 Monday, -- 13 4 6 4 27 3 59 8 11 Tuesday, -14 4 48 5 10 4 0 8 10 Wednesday, -15 5 31 5 51 4 1 8 ,9 Thursday, -- 16 6 12 6 33 4 3 8 8 Friday. _l7 6 54 1 7 13 4
July 13, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PLACES OF PUBLIC AMUSEMENT, OPEN DURING THE WEEK (DAILY, EXCEPT OTDERWISE SPECIFIED.) THEATRES, Szc. Italian Opera—Tu. Th. Sa. Drury-lane--M. W.

PLACES OF PUBLIC AMUSEMENT, OPEN DURING THE WEEK (DAILY, EXCEPT OTDERWISE SPECIFIED.) THEATRES, Szc. Italian Opera—Tu. Th. Sa. Drury-lane--M. W.

F. Covent-garden— (uncertain.) Haymarket English Opera French Plays, Olympic Theatre, Wych-street, Strand—M. W.F. Queen's Theatre, Tottenham-st. Fitzroy-square Astley's Amphitheatre, Westminster-road Sadler's Wells, St. John-street- Burford's Panoramas of Jerusalem and Thebes, L
July 13, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
MURDER OF A WIFE BY HER HUSBAND.

MURDER OF A WIFE BY HER HUSBAND.

Last Sunday morning, about half-past 12 o'clock, the town 'of Plymouth was thrown into a high state of excitement by the perpetration of a foul and horrible murder upon a young married woman—Jane Honey, residing with her husband and his father, at No. 11, King-street. The follow
July 13, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England