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STATE OF POLLS—LATEST ACCOUNTS.

STATE OF POLLS—LATEST ACCOUNTS.

Arthim County, Dec. 28—Mr. M'Donnell. 439; Ge. „.ra O'Neill, 427; Lord Belfaat, ; Mr. Cromie, 346 ,,,, yf), 1 0r,,.. Poll] —General O’Neill, 922; Lord Bil-882; Mr. W-D nnell, 869; Mr Cromie, 683. Cork County, Drc. 27—O’Ornnor. 1279; Barry, 1221; n.rmrd, Morri., Kme, Galway Count
01 January 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
The Ueorge It. meant packet. 130 HORSE POWER, GEORGE S. PARSONS, R.N., Comm.nder, Sail from WARRENPOINT for * LIVERPOOL, On

The Ueorge It. meant packet. 130 HORSE POWER, GEORGE S. PARSONS, R.N., Comm.nder, Sail from WARRENPOINT for * LIVERPOOL, On

Saturday, January, 1833, at » o’clock, Night. For Freight, apply to JEFFERSON St GODFREY, ; iriHM rORBETT, , GIBSON & BRACKENKIPGE, Lt*l»roai.. Newry, December 31, 183 i.
01 January 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE MARKETS. Dundalk, Monday, December 31. We had only small market of Grain to-day. Red Wheat, 2j«. @ 275. barrel;

THE MARKETS. Dundalk, Monday, December 31. We had only small market of Grain to-day. Red Wheat, 2j«. @ 275. barrel;

White do.. 28s. @ 295. Gd. do., and rai her scarce; Barley, 13s. @ 14-s. do.; Oats, Bs. @ 9s. 3d. V do. Flour, 17s. Gd. @ 18s. p Oatmeal, 2U. load of Potatoes, 12d. @ 14d. cwt. Butter, (a) lb. DROGHEDA, Dfc. 29-—This l»eing very wet day. and immediately after Christmas, caused u
01 January 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
FAIRS TO BE HELD THIS WEEK.

FAIRS TO BE HELD THIS WEEK.

ARMAGH—Middleton. 3-Armagh, Baloaglera, Poyntzpass, 5. ANTRlM—Antrim, Purtgleuone, 1. CAVAN—Hallynagh, Redhill. I—Ballyconnel, 2. DOWN—Ardmillao. Portaferry, I—Balloo, Dundrum, 3—Comber, 5. LOUTH—Carlingford, MEATH—Warenstowo, 1. MONAGHAN—Drum, I—Costleblayney, 2—Emyvale, 5. TYR
01 January 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
//, THE ST. DAVID, JOHN PILE, Coumakdee, On WeJnenljy, 2d January, at o’clock, Afternoon. For Freight or Paaaage, apply to

//, THE ST. DAVID, JOHN PILE, Coumakdee, On WeJnenljy, 2d January, at o’clock, Afternoon. For Freight or Paaaage, apply to

L. WATSON, Warrenpoint ; I. C. REH), Newry; WATSON & PIM, Liverpool. Newry, Dectisber 31, 1832. tHi
01 January 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 

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THE ELFIN MILLER.

THE ELFIN MILLER.

Full merrily rings the millstone round, Full merrily rings the wheel. Full merrily gushes out the grist, Come my fragrant meal; As eends the lift its snowy drift, So the meal comes in a shower. Work, fairies, fast, f‘>r time flies past, I borrowed the mill an hour. The miller, h
01 January 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEWRY ro\T\TERCIAL TELEGRAPH

THE NEWRY ro\T\TERCIAL TELEGRAPH

THE NEWRY TELEGRAPH bodkin, with Its K'flf-Uko wlnr«, moving < i u ' '' bun" poised in mid »ir, like a preparing I • thit the'body seemed to siirreundstl silver tissue, bright halo, while it glanced the sunbeam. * Can nut read it yet. Mr. Cringle? can you not read n.y story in th
01 January 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
could secure her on estates in Lancashire, hut if she married him. had other property which he could employ for

could secure her on estates in Lancashire, hut if she married him. had other property which he could employ for

her benefit—that she had refused this settlement of 3UOf., and that w ished witness would use his endeavour to make her Ann'colbridge was Defendant’s housekeeper—Plaintiff was the superintendent of the Defendant’, establishment—l laint.ir, conduct was perfectly free f.om the sli
01 January 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEWRY COMMERCIAL TELEGRAPH

THE NEWRY COMMERCIAL TELEGRAPH

Thursday, J oil 9l| 39 Friday. Saturday, 9ii3
01 January 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

(g*~ request fin confidenceJ the teal name of the writer of the article signed I,.dependent Elector, but ClubbUt: The facts mentioned by our Correspondent ioelude attempted ‘bribery,* and still worse than thst but net on the side of Lord Marcus Mill. If duly verified to us, we p
01 January 1833 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland