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CLONMEL MARKETS—TUESDAY.

CLONMEL MARKETS—TUESDAY.

Wheat was in fair supply at la 7 l la 7Jd for picknil samples, and Oats IOJd |ier stone ; there was considerable quantity of Bere and, Barley at market also.which brought, fur the former, 16s 6d, and for the latter lOs per brl. Hotter 108s per cwt. for first qualities ; above [f
30 September 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COVENT CARDEN THEATRE.

COVENT CARDEN THEATRE.

This Theatre opened for the Season last night. The debut of Mr Warde, from the Bath Theatre, in the character of Brutus, was the principal object of curiosity. Although was literally his first appearance Covent-Garden, Mr. Warde was previously known to a London audience, having
30 September 1825 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

On Monday, 2(jth instant, in Camden street, after a lingering illness, Eliza, wife of Mr. Thomas CuOlicV, Printer. the instant, Jancville Cottage, County of Meath, the residence her son, Anne, wife Mr. Janies IXvitt, Hallvlur :an, Co. Antrim. Portohello Barracks, on the 26th ins
30 September 1825 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
I * c-alleJ Ocher, near ihe fair j'pcn oi Dromln. They had tins meeting in me ,!,o " t! s

I * c-alleJ Ocher, near ihe fair j'pcn oi Dromln. They had tins meeting in me ,!,o " t! s

an,i ,tlc r 'y exertion for formidable T e occasion. With thii view they had prepared sides near 100 stand fire arms, he|„ other destructive nature, Cut'll thev judged might be useful for their ~ purpose. The parties soon joined issue, ..tf.u.ul.t «ith great violence-but the Fou
30 September 1825 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
r rniE entire Furnituic said House. The Parlours JL contain two sets of mahogany chairs, in hair cloth, two Grecian

r rniE entire Furnituic said House. The Parlours JL contain two sets of mahogany chairs, in hair cloth, two Grecian

couches, covered in calico and overalls, two window curtains, with draperies match, set dining tables, breakfast ditto, two sideboard tables, with drawers and lockers, seven feet six inches long, plate buckets, coopers, glass trays, carpet and hearth rugs, pier cabinet, with w i
30 September 1825 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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1000/. Hauled,

1000/. Hauled,

wrxo secure which Mortgage will granted upon Freehold property, for three lives, renewable for ever, in lire County of Meath, at present producing upwards of 5001. a year—the first incumhrance. Apply to Mr. Smith, 16, Granby-row. September 29, I 825. RSKS. TO BE SOLD, Michael Re
30 September 1825 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SIR HAUCOURT! SIR HARCOL’RT! ! SIR lIAU-

SIR HAUCOURT! SIR HARCOL’RT! ! SIR lIAU-

COURT! ! ! ran inform t!ie NTICE IiOVS OF I,OJJIK)NDERiXY, autiioritv. fill whirl, ple.lge ouraelve., that the re.iowne.l i Champion of Frotkstants, the Uev. Sir Harcofrt Uses Jiart. i.itends in this the approarhi.. K AkNIVEO-1 OF THE SHUTTING THE Dtrry Journal, Mushrooms.—A few
30 September 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY KILDARE. TO i!E SoLD, A Remarkably neat Loitjjc, with ant! Garden in condition, and ahottl tifty acres of Land;

COUNTY KILDARE. TO i!E SoLD, A Remarkably neat Loitjjc, with ant! Garden in condition, and ahottl tifty acres of Land;

the Crops might had at valuation. to J. M. at the Ollice Saunders's News- Letter.
30 September 1825 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
. The moot calv most unfounded rick'* Morning Wyse Mr. the subject. Tl lumny, the mor 'We •hall, in ari

. The moot calv most unfounded rick'* Morning Wyse Mr. the subject. Tl lumny, the mor 'We •hall, in ari

an authentic sta ▼ince the publi< his Letter, the p the part which man, who felt consequence of the Catliolir Ass holding secret whatever. « the case will readers be aurpi received—nay, uame has been FASHI Arrival ti Their Royal Hh(l embarked Mon the Royal So»erei| vey them to E
30 September 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Wind, S S-E. MORNING TIDK—SEPT. tO.

Wind, S S-E. MORNING TIDK—SEPT. tO.

Wind, S-E. MORNING TIDK—SEPT. tO. Hitwrni* StMm Ptckrt, Lifffty Strain Parkrt, pamrtifrr* Aorora, Swaart, unit of Athol, Dawson, salt ETmnor, Dnylr, salt Margarst. Walker, salt ... Bibby, King, goods Cygnet, Roberts, goods ... Bridget, Evans, timber ... Sally, Willis, bark Runcor
30 September 1825 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland