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AGRICULTURAL PROSPECTS, lie.

AGRICULTURAL PROSPECTS, lie.

There never was finer prospect than the several crops at present exhibit—an early and most abundant I arrest is joyfully anticipated. hare seen sample of new white potatoes, planted by Mr. Alexander Drysdale, of Wine-street, which are large in growth, and will speedily come to m
30 June 1837 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
To tie EJUtr af Ike Sligo Jimrnml.

To tie EJUtr af Ike Sligo Jimrnml.

8l»—I must Mtaiu trouble you in t 0 lh . dmmfia*. It wat do* with any to appear inti* pomp, prida and circumstance- of print, ih,t I not iced bi* wirked attacks ; a pent pail of the was copied into the Pilot of last week, which had bawerer, Ike Jsserny omit the amasma'' clause’
29 September 1837 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
J:,: PENSIONUST--‘JL*ttpr\f.ilMCli(MV. , ; = (Abnigri from thr Erruwg * ,^,b^, l. of ,, xjuerialife m«i*nHl/ yclept bef Mejeity »

J:,: PENSIONUST--‘JL*ttpr\f.ilMCli(MV. , ; = (Abnigri from thr Erruwg * ,^,b^, l. of ,, xjuerialife m«i*nHl/ yclept bef Mejeity »

AJmitten—» designation liepfdy eppUed to ibM Iq, Mr. WUWy. on tp..s l his mcaanbke emendmem on «}>e AdJte*s--t* t«- tisttrfacily demouMnted the ctpetinieat *"t S om, '* 00, Er*d«yf «“>*‘gltist.- H.e ethibttiod 0« Uwt orcenon tret iw •• detire” Mr. Whittle Haney, who would been i
15 December 1837 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
the means which the expend of contested and coiilroveriMt eleriions may be avoided.” Lord John llutiell slated that he slioold

the means which the expend of contested and coiilroveriMt eleriions may be avoided.” Lord John llutiell slated that he slioold

vxe neillirr for the ori tinal motion, nor tlie amendment. Sir U. I’eel advocated improvements mode of tryinif election petitions, out deprecated the present petitions being submitted to pmt fiirlo law. The right hon. burl, also paid a just tribute to conduct of Sir F. Burdett.
15 December 1837 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
AWFUL CONFLAUUATION

AWFUL CONFLAUUATION

the am;, isdia, post, ap»il 19.) hos plMacd Dm»e Providence loafliet lbi» town with eneof the most awful cuUmitiss with which it has ever been titilad. Dctwccn 10 and 11 dock last niuht. a fire wa» dneormd in the ptami*** occuwM Mrs. Brown, m a Utern. It appeals that, W some iua
02 June 1837 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
PEARL DENTIFRICE, The mllilest and nuiei rfbcacious Dentifrice ever Hit- Covered, funning elßvient VEGETABLE WHITE ISIWDKR, compostd ol Ingredients the

PEARL DENTIFRICE, The mllilest and nuiei rfbcacious Dentifrice ever Hit- Covered, funning elßvient VEGETABLE WHITE ISIWDKR, compostd ol Ingredients the

most pure and rare it cirmpkcely eradicates lbs Tai lar Iroin the Teeth, secure* the fine from «a*talnlng iujnry. and premature decay ; firmly Using Uw leetb tb ilicir socket., andnltinmtely realizing A Beantifal Set of Pearly Teeth it operates on the Gums as an Aafi-m-uibalie,
05 May 1837 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
A GOOD JOKE.

A GOOD JOKE.

A certain newly elected M. P. for an Irish Boroughr not many degrees from Sligo, whose election expenses were entirely defrayed by Uw Liberal Club—himself a; person of little or no property, and without a house having been consulted after the close of the election by certain gen
01 September 1837 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
IN READING.

IN READING.

Allen. Darla sen M-Donogh. Orr. Cullen, Talbot aen. Irwin aen. Irwin jun. Murray aen. Murray jou. Davis jun, Talbot juu Gaffney sen. Gaffney juu. Uoebannau sen. Stnelr, RoMnaon. Burke, Gcaron.
21 July 1837 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
When Catholic Dill was passed, ia 1829, all kinds securities were entered into for the maintenance the Ptoteetant wliaiaiaiiiyn thMoUranh*

When Catholic Dill was passed, ia 1829, all kinds securities were entered into for the maintenance the Ptoteetant wliaiaiaiiiyn thMoUranh*

Man doth itnoeead «p the Catholics. Ball have lived to see the day when our Protestant iasti*. lions are menared. I will not further than merely express • desssmtaatioo, for ssy fotMe aid adl ta. pee aH the ass*we power' to thaae. 1 ha*a aasodasod with me, and who join- part thi
27 January 1837 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
NATIONAL SCHOOL CONVERTED INTO A MASS-HOUSE.

NATIONAL SCHOOL CONVERTED INTO A MASS-HOUSE.

At a place called Inch, St. Lawrence, iiAe parisli of Caliircoolisli, ami situated about seven miles from this city, built a National School the bounds of the Roman Catholic chapel yard. the chapel at present undergoing some repairs, every Sabbath and holiday mass is celebrated
16 June 1837 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland