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MR. CRAWFORD'S LETTER TO MR. O'CONNELL.

MR. CRAWFORD'S LETTER TO MR. O'CONNELL.

MR. CRAWFORt'S TNTTER TO MR. O'CONNEIL. . We have copied frori thie W'hg into our paper of this jclay, i letter of MIr- Cr&afrord adrtlwesle to XMr. O'Cotinell, | hibicb will lie read with initcrezi l'y all clasect of politicins -by the sdvoelites of Ir. O'Connell's policy, in co
29 August 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ifPRS. ClRAUFLIJRD'; BOARDIN(3 nl D'.Ay JJL SCIL U vill RE.OPENw jj UllX AYA the 2d Auguslt. la, Cromac-t'lace. ( 3 J lt, C0Iieyje-%etjisnrei Rl'-OPENS ON T'UESDAY, I4JS T ?? IIANKIIN Cent. for-g 11the ?? e n '4PPtl^': N OTICE is hereby given, that a W IDENI) N N :i3'1r per ( ejl
01 August 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

THE ARM-Y. c, F ?? Ut' ORDN~ANCE, JUItV 1i4. Royal Artillery-Licut,-Culoncl 11. J. J. LaeV to be Colonevl, rice S.mith, deccased ;Captain and Blrevet Lieout,-Ckilonel W. P. Deudas to be Lient.-Cls , vc Lacy ;Second Captain A. 0. W. Schialch to be- Captain, vicc Dundas ; First Lie
01 August 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON POLICE.

LONDON POLICE.

EXTaORDINARnYn CASK ALOLEGED OE:I'NDINDtttOO. Ott WNedjIscroray last, john, joles, IL scervatit smar liverv. and Wiflliam Gri-ifiths, apprlied to tit fonIi. 0. G. Norton for hisa sdeice arid assistance, under tile following extraordinary circi mustas noes Loa, thle officer, said
22 August 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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. SAXVNG'--FrAXSIT-hD. ro T7r gr~t7OJI OF THIF NEI'S-LFI TER. vL y.ou have, from thie, most *priseworilqy rnotiveS, copied fll nnrtile from the JDrte; Sentfinrf, oil the Soilug of 1xeed. Ectrytliltg that cull be saidt-r written upon this ?? object tenldc to bring thle matter more
15 August 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HERRING FISHERY.

HERRING FISHERY.

JIERRINfG FISHIE:RY, AlERrDEErN. .uots'i 8.-Owing to thie unsettledl state of tii wvnather, little good bjas been done at this fishlery during ?? iypaet ivek, the boats lbinig prevented getting to sea, tfr ttieriI iightts. Tihe fisindg IssY, uppon the wlrhte, so far is Ile season
15 August 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DOWNPATRICK ELECTION.

DOWNPATRICK ELECTION.

DO1)WN PATRI CK; ELEICTION. 1o WSPA.T'IC1, AV E D Ai;D.Y, AUG, 2.-The con- tqst leri is ls w s as y ever be lio re expterience' d in this -lBuouo-. 'I'e towtti luts been in a high degree ot' exviteaiw itt for thle last fbrtnighlt, biut as the 'day of pullilb appr) oat hed it i ln
08 August 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CURRAGH RACES—MULGRAVE MEETING.

CURRAGH RACES—MULGRAVE MEETING.

CURRAGTI RACES-MLLGR.AVE MEETENCG. TUFlIDAS', AVOStI T 1. Mruicrave Hisndicap, '20 eavs. h. ft. 100 sove. aidded. Mar. Bnrkeo's h). e. Roicirctadt, 3 vra. .. ?? Lord IlTowth's 1). II. Eumo, 5 yrs. ?? Mir. St. Ceoriec'm bi. f. Watter-witch, 4 Yr. 3 Lvord Mulogravos b. f. Grpsry, 4
08 August 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON PAPERS OF TUESDAY.

LONDON PAPERS OF TUESDAY.

Lo"%?00%? PAPERSI OF TUIENDI. TitE London Papers of TUESDAY evening are still chief- ly occupied with electioneering intelligence. t the date of the last accounts Sir James Graham was in a minority of upwards of 700, and his return was considered utterly hopeless. In North Wiltsh
11 August 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPIRIT OF THE JOURNALS.

SPIRIT OF THE JOURNALS.

.SPjRlr OF TMB JOURNAZS. THE TORY'VICTORIES. i (rom Ahe Mornmin Chronicd) ?? Tories, to use Sir Robert Peel's favourite term, are proud of the victories which they owe to ignorance. In. two border counties, Cumberland and Roxburgh, their'candiates have been defeated, though the s
15 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland