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IRELAND.

IRELAND.

lut ?? OCTOSEt' 14. 's ?? [v~ )I-IIi oil S I ORRESt'ONWFNT. were l~ini " 1' veiox ?? -F).-lrom, the followying re- thy Pert ot th piieelig' before tile ('ommissioflers this day. her itli besee that \lr O'C onnell ~i dletermniied to bring the Lourt toe aproper sense ofit'. duty .
October 17, 1835 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
WESTMINSTER SESSIONS.

WESTMINSTER SESSIONS.

ff'ESTAIfNSTER SESSIONS. he - id SoLDIEnS AND SiDE.-Anis.-Yesterday Isaac l~inton, agel It 38, a private in the Scotch Fusileers, was indicted for cutting, so stabbing, and wounding Joseph Trinde. A second Count Ig charged the prisoner with the common assault. e Joseph Trinde swo
October 17, 1835 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING ITNTI,;C ?? .nd DKieu OCT. ?? N.E.-Arrived the E,, ndfronm fludson's, Otrait5 atli W esti intter, I ?? to Arrivedt trim tle River itlI sailhid. tile Un1r he o I(ut Hor e Johnt Pirie,Mttlo, ,p ' 'rtfrobart Toot SuneOr,i I) if Favorite, Stewart. for Codir.' Poo'R'.Ttt Tin,
October 17, 1835 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Markets.

Markets.

IvadvIctoo I 'A e :CO~lN i:3OCE42.NG~. LONDOMq, . October a14. t The grain trade is very dull, but the prices of Monday are nominally supported. N n CORN =C.MAET-00, DUB3INY, Oct. 13. D There weas a large suipply of grain at ousr market to-day, .WhiCh Sold as under--Wheat, White,
October 17, 1835 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
OLDHAM.

OLDHAM.

I Two charity sermons for the Sunday school were I preached in the Wesleyan-Metbodist chapel, Manchester- . street, on Sunday last, by the Rev. Alexander Bell, I from Manchester. The collections amounted to up- t Wards of £5O. CHARITY SERNIONS-On the afternoon and evening of Sun
October 17, 1835 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
L 0 N I) 0 N.

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FROM LAST NIGH S GAZA I'TB. ! USTRIAN LOAN AT FIVE. WAR OFFICE , OCT. 16. A Ir. N. M. ROTHSCHII:D. Reial Regiment of Horse Guards — Thos. Beaucha m p Proctor, Gent., to The DIVIDF,NDS on this LOAN, which becomes due on 4th Regiment of Light Dragoons — Cornet Al exander Low, from
October 17, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THF, MORNING HERALD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17.

THF, MORNING HERALD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17.

happen next year remained yet to be seen ; but of this he could assure them, that the House of Lords would not swerve from their duty, but would act in conformity with their well. known and repeatedly-expressed sentiments—(tremendous cheering). The House of Lords, however, requi
October 17, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
SILVER, COPPER, AND LEAD MINING COMPANY, CORNWALL Prim a Pital .e 3 0,000, in 6,000 Sh ares of £5 each.—Doposit

SILVER, COPPER, AND LEAD MINING COMPANY, CORNWALL Prim a Pital .e 3 0,000, in 6,000 Sh ares of £5 each.—Doposit

£1 lOs per Share. B ANKERS—Sir Charles Price, B art. , an d C e. COMPANY is formed for WORKING the SlLtein, YER, and LEAD, of the above Estate, in which three "ave already proved to present the most decided prospects, been cut in various places for upwards of a mile on their c .
October 17, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE FOR ST. HELEN A Direct, with immed the fast -sailing British-built ship DIAMOND, . topper-fastened, GEORGE ROBSON Commander,

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE FOR ST. HELEN A Direct, with immed the fast -sailing British-built ship DIAMOND, . topper-fastened, GEORGE ROBSON Commander,

1 lYing in the London Dock. H as very superior accomm sengers.—For freight or passage apply to EDWARD Lu( lane.
October 17, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE THAMES TUNNEL, • OPPosite the End of Old Gravel-lane, Wapping, but • side of the River, near the Church.

THE THAMES TUNNEL, • OPPosite the End of Old Gravel-lane, Wapping, but • side of the River, near the Church.

THE WORKS HAVE BEEN RESUIV OTICE is her e b y g i ven that the Public : N TUNNEL every day (Sundays excepted), from N Dusk, upon pay ment of One shilling for each pe .1 lighted with oil gas, and the Eastern arch l'isPection of visiters, in addition to the Western one. tt"eleenen
October 17, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England