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NUMBER 3311. IUM I' PURLIN.— WAN TK!> for respectable Bunding School the country, HEAD CLASSICAL ASSISTANT.iM SCIKNTIFIC MASTER, who can

NUMBER 3311. IUM I' PURLIN.— WAN TK!> for respectable Bunding School the country, HEAD CLASSICAL ASSISTANT.iM SCIKNTIFIC MASTER, who can

Inatruct In the ute the Theodolite. Gentlemen accustomed produce most saMsfactorv proofs to competency se departments, good moral character, <tc. mtttmvJoi tha €«a.ill»hpi! Church only will treated with.—vUpyr/tions (by letter (pott paid) may addressed 41 Mr. J Camming. 111, Low
6 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KAPER'S PATENT WATERPROOF.

KAPER'S PATENT WATERPROOF.

Mr Rapse prepared Waterproof all goods which may forwarded to Office, At No. 26, PARLIAMENT-STREET. Dublin, and refers to estract from the report the Committee appointed to investigate the merits of his Invention ; " Your Committee, In considering the value that all classes of s
6 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPAIN.

SPAIN.

Accounts from Saragossa of the 271b ult. slate that Iwe deserters, who arrived at Mas de laa Matas on the 23d, tbs one ;from Morelia, and the other from Fresoada, nounccd that Cabrera was dangerously ill On the 24tl Colonel Zorbano advanced on Palomar, a village occupied bj Llan
6 January 1840 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETING OF MR. O’CONNELL’S CONSTITUENTS, they hare assailed with virulence, and lam mare proud »It is the most melancholy symptom

MEETING OF MR. O’CONNELL’S CONSTITUENTS, they hare assailed with virulence, and lam mare proud »It is the most melancholy symptom

of the times, that in one adjourned meeting of Mr. O Connell constituents the continuance of that abuse than of any other act which portion of the dominions of her Majesty party, composed •s* held on Saturday the Corn-Exchange, to bear Mr. has occurred during whole life (hear, b
6 January 1840 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RUSSIA

RUSSIA

The Commerce publishes a letter from St. Petersburgh of the 16th ult. announcing that the Russian expedition against Chiva consisted of 9,000 infantry of the line, ten regiments of regular Cossacks of Siberia, five regiments of Cossacks of the Ural, and eight regiments of Kalmuc
6 January 1840 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COLERAINE IJXIOX. GROUND WANTED. The board of guardians, of th© cole. RAINE UNION, aredesiroua of obtaining* PIECE of GROUND, in

COLERAINE IJXIOX. GROUND WANTED. The board of guardians, of th© cole. RAINE UNION, aredesiroua of obtaining* PIECE of GROUND, in

the immediate vicinit* of the Town, suitable fora Site for the WORKHOUSE. Die extent required is between five and six Statute Acre*, capable of having Square Plot staked out of not less than 476 feet in depth, 42h feet in width. Easy access to Water, sinking Well, or otherwise,
6 January 1840 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIFE ANNUITY RATES

LIFE ANNUITY RATES

CALCULATED O* Sqitable Principles! ! FOR EXAMPLE. For every £lOO deposited, this Association will grant the Annuity placed opposite the Age of the party depositing— From £5O and upwards, in proportion.
6 January 1840 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BOARD OF HEALTH.

BOARD OF HEALTH.

communication Las been received Dr. Cutlinan intimating tliat tlie Lord Lieutenant has been pleased to approve the appointment o: a Hoard Health, to consist of tne gentlemen whose names are undermentioned, for the district of Ennis :—He wit Bridgman, the Very Kur. Dean O’Shaughn
6 January 1840 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHARTIST SPECIAL COMMISSION

THE CHARTIST SPECIAL COMMISSION

i THE CHARTIST' SPECIA*I COMMISSION: I I Monmouth, Thursday Evening v The court opened this morning at nine o'clock.i Several witnesses were then examined. ' Sir T, Phillips, who appeared with hii aim in a sling, ex- amined by the Attorney-General-On.the,4th of ,Novem- ' ber last
6 January 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANCERY. Conran, PURSUANT a. VJL cree made »■ CiwJJNrto* Walpole, and others. date the 24th Day of June, J require

CHANCERY. Conran, PURSUANT a. VJL cree made »■ CiwJJNrto* Walpole, and others. date the 24th Day of June, J require

all Creditors and of Elisabeth Simmons, deceased. ths named, ln and prove their respective demands before amior before WEDNESDAY, the 15tb Day of JANUARY next, will be precluded from all benefit of the OPKIW bay of December, 1839. M WILLIAM HENN. James Scott Molloy, Plaintiff's
6 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland