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TUESDAY,

TUESDAY,

Koval Corporation Plate—Sweepstakes of 5 each, for county of Down bnai Hunters, that never won a Rating Plate Stakes, gs, added the Corporation to the winner, and gs. to the second horse. Two heats, Mr. Fivcy’* br J j Mr. Maxwell's . 2 Sweepstakes of 5 gs. each pj* for hunters.
03 August 1837 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
ENNISKILLEN CHRONICLE. ANL ERNE PACKEL

ENNISKILLEN CHRONICLE. ANL ERNE PACKEL

03 August 1837 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
OX BATHING

OX BATHING

BATHING When the saline anti animal elements, left by perspiration, are not duly removed by washing or bathing, they least obstruct the pores and irritate the skin. And it is apparently for this reason that, in the eastern and warmer countries, where perspiration is very copious,
03 August 1837 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
Scalded, Head*,

Scalded, Head*,

Offal, ditto 20s to 22a Scotch Herrin**, perbarrel 30a to 31a Nnronrt Coala, per ton 17a Od to Od Cardiff ditto, ditto Itia to 00s Near Hap 30a Od to 35a Batter from 80s to 93a per cart. Weighed Wedneaday, 220; Tbnradaj, 307, and yes. terday, 124 firkins. ▲■USB OB BREAD 808 TBS
05 August 1837 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
nut bet Moat* if oiotnenlarily fl niri'flteil, <>r tn'icliievnn t rrois been prO|t«|;aleil under it« name. Thu object of the

nut bet Moat* if oiotnenlarily fl niri'flteil, <>r tn'icliievnn t rrois been prO|t«|;aleil under it« name. Thu object of the

(cience of tirnl ec'i- nr in other word*, tlie wealih, it to teach liifv the production and {tcnrral diffusion of the meant of enjoyment may advanced to the n‘mo«t tile limit, and the pbvsical, and it mivbe ad led, the /floral of every member *ncietv improved at far pmct'cable.
02 August 1837 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
and whs had b«i» dMngwhbed Peßewef that CnOafta the other, the hrotber-ln-Uw the then fHme MinMar. amt » men of

and whs had b«i» dMngwhbed Peßewef that CnOafta the other, the hrotber-ln-Uw the then fHme MinMar. amt » men of

high petoonol chancier and aadeat fcmilr, waa mat considered sodWcntlj of the the ctarfrs to prevent, after sheet of Chwe, the disliirhaan af the peace of the Unicersitjr, and to tore diataiN roters An ' trouMc and that particular rw' metropolis ruto.—(Cheers.) They had. inof de
01 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THR CONSTITUTIONAL ELECTORS OF THE CITY

TO THR CONSTITUTIONAL ELECTORS OF THE CITY

OF DUBLIN. Gr.NTLRMKN, YOUR independence, spirit, and patriotism, aided the perseverance abilities my friend and colleague, Mr. West, succeeded, last year, after conflict unprecedented and ditretion, in rescuing this metropolis from the hands of the revolutionary party. Om effor
01 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OF THE COUNTY OF FERMANAGH.

OF THE COUNTY OF FERMANAGH.

THE COUNTY OF FERMANAGH. Gentlemen, the fourth time I beg to solicit the high honor of representing your independent County in the Imperial Parliament. 1 hope that past conduct as your Representative has met with the entire approbation of my constituents you again honor me with y
05 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE GENTLEMEN, CLERGY, AND FREEHOLDER

TO THE GENTLEMEN, CLERGY, AND FREEHOLDER

OF DONEGAL. y Gentlemen, THE spirited and effective manner in whidlreroii have defeated attempts to control and corrupt Uyßrctive Franchise does honor to your County, and mghMfin/me k agaiu to claim the proud distinction of prsnenniyjyo who have the virtue to form sound principl
05 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY ELECTION. AT numerous Meeting the Club of the Parishes St. Michael and St. John s, in Election Committee, held

CITY ELECTION. AT numerous Meeting the Club of the Parishes St. Michael and St. John s, in Election Committee, held

yesterday Evening, . Ay was Resolved—That, notwithstanding the great gained by the Liberals the third day’s Poll, we ail the unpolled Electors of our Parishes THIS DAY, at EIGHT o’Clock, and an Farly attendance to put an end to the contest which ultimately must ensure a triumph
04 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland