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statk or roi.i.s in i;n(;!.a\d.

roi.i.s i;n(;!.a\d. | \. »n|- Si s-.> -.r . I*.n t . K. hunters nr. • I.iini-iheir ilnly here, anil ire «t the lie.ul the |»oll every ilistriet Itnt I'eluorlh. The U the tol.il t!ie (h tnel- —I erd .!.(!. I.entu.N ». ; I’.arl Sur rev t H>. 71! ; M.ijer-(ietier.i! \\xml-.mt I* >.
03 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ROYAL HOBSEHoLD.

THE ROYAL HOBSEHoLD.

St. James’s lv 22. -The Queen has appointed the Earl Captain of her Majesty’s Guard of iht* Yeomen of the ml. The (jins has appointed Lord Foley Captain her Majesty’s Hon. l <ientlemen at Anns. Lord Ji lv 27 The Queen has ap|*ointed Sir Frederick Stovio GriMini Waiting her Majes
01 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INSOLVENT DEBTORS’ CO CRT— London-, Jilt 26. tiir oi i.oan r. tmvnne. As the rising the courl, Mr. C nuke

INSOLVENT DEBTORS’ CO CRT— London-, Jilt 26. tiir oi i.oan r. tmvnne. As the rising the courl, Mr. C nuke

applied the Lord for lt»ve ajx tilloo. Tin- nob*« lord prisom-r fur debt at the suit Mr. Mi*st, the King’s Bench, for upwards of g.oord., upon a eapia* uthya- Ifm. His lordship has been >u prison since Mardi last, consequently cannot tile his | relit ion unless olitains permissj
01 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ro tin: F.m jou of liii: d. i; post

ro tin: F.m jou of liii: d. i; post

tin: F.m jou of liii: d. i; post Mv n: Sta—refciH nev* the paragraph in Mr. H'ltbxen'v the nun I\il(i;.r*-, in which name intiM<l-.ici-d. the intiiilion linn ..ttnl.nt. I the i.ilk-rat. r, or mi higher persotf.;,-, via-to me, ;..y son, a profound thml. that every sentiment oflame
05 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORN EXCHANGE-JVLI

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE-JVLI

The supphe• to come m rather more flee, than last week—and the %rather still being extremely favourable to pietnute the growth of the crop.. which are stated to be in a eery forward state, occasioned much beeriness in the trade to-day. The only saes making in wheat were in the f
02 August 1837 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
I'isNTEMPLATION- Mere is a charm in the etberial Of • wise SiMOM evening's sky, which Ells The naiad with soothing

I'isNTEMPLATION- Mere is a charm in the etberial Of • wise SiMOM evening's sky, which Ells The naiad with soothing

chastity of thought The eve untainted by unholy objects, Delight. to wander e'er the spotless &Us Of Hessen's pure &sore—and the soul, at rest From each tumultuous tenting, loves to muse On what, in man's original state, it was ; Ere yet the cloud of sorrow had be-dimmed Its nat
02 August 1837 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
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05 August 1837 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
general ELECTION. TO THE INDEPENDENT ELECTORS OF DUNDALK. Gentlemen, PERMIT me to congratulate you upon the third triumph of the

general ELECTION. TO THE INDEPENDENT ELECTORS OF DUNDALK. Gentlemen, PERMIT me to congratulate you upon the third triumph of the

independence of your Borough, and to assure you of sincere gratitude for the honour you hare this day conferred upon me. my conduct in Parliament, your Representative, I trust I shall prove myself worthy of that confidence which you have generously reposed in me. I remain, Gentl
05 August 1837 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
CASHEL ELECTION

CASHEL ELECTION

Monday last Mr. Woulie, having been met on the road from Thurle* lv a number of the Cashel Radicals, entered that city four o'cloek, »iien »-tcnd. >1 balcony erected near the new- room, arid addraaaccl the p.’o(!c a* some length. When he coiiclnded they were treated to apt amen,
05 August 1837 - Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
\V***i*ii‘ni»lrr »*4A yirldt.l to lb* •nil l•l•ll•••) m lion. liiohriil rnndidHlHt—L«*M«l«>r «iml ai* ; mid rtiii«M|t*i t)i«* iii*.ah« *ii)|ih ,

\V***i*ii‘ni»lrr »*4A yirldt.l to lb* •nil l•l•ll•••) m lion. liiohriil rnndidHlHt—L«*M«l«>r «iml ai* ; mid rtiii«M|t*i t)i«* iii*.ah« *ii)|ih ,

y*ii ( w* Sir Murfny *»*•• !«»•* lit»o«*»ir hi* df|«*i»r; riiir U*li>i(a gained ImniHirwry •nr* •• U Stumlurd i.f IVnl a*»l >y —•* orcHi-hril IroMi ili*' jr»-«, who u|> l» lt-« oichi ulo'ittl M enliiilily of tliirrot. hy iLw ni««l yiililiithniK ln>lu>«ril iiiti'ifririii-o llo* |
02 August 1837 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland