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M. . C'. . Codrin. INI. . ht-fktlt-v.lim ( . ( C..\Vtlb\, I , ( a,. (ireal Marlow M. . C'laylo iliiam, Lieut. Colonel Mi the Army C. . NVillian:*, I', a; tan Anglesey .Alililia C .Seailvlf, lion J, Al.tj .r‘i Dragoon C«ls. .. Iltirie . Hijlit llom.l C, loimeriy Cieue: I C. .Cania
31 August 1837 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ROMAN CATHOLIC IRISH PARTY.

THE ROMAN CATHOLIC IRISH PARTY.

This party gratified by the present state afain, and with reason; possessing considerable influence even upon the Government of Great Britain and our colonial empire, engrosses the whole administration of public affairs Ireland. Lord Mulgrave't Lieutenancy is popular with these
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OK LIMERICK.

COUNTY OK LIMERICK.

Last night, three sheep belonging James Hartigan, fanner at Caheniarry, were maliciously killed. The incendiaries cut their throats and ripped up their carcasses.— Limerick Chronicle. NATIONAL TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. The friends of this Society assembled in groat numbers at a tea pa
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INVESTIGATION IN BALLYSHANNON. (/•‘row* (/«f Herald,) ] in»eilii(ntioii took place in the session,house of this ()n priii, i* last, bj

INVESTIGATION IN BALLYSHANNON. (/•‘row* (/«f Herald,) ] in»eilii(ntioii took place in the session,house of this ()n priii, i* last, bj

order of his Excellency the Lord ' cutei.aot, before John Brooke, Eaq., Q.C., assisted 1 ,- 'Piernev, Esq., Crown Solicitor. also t | bench E. Allingheni, Esq . end Major Burke, Stipendiary Magistrate. The investigation was institul. 1 [or the purposcof enq.;irit;g into certain
31 August 1837 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
that recollects; is not acquainted with the value of the property destroyed. Cross-examined by Mr. Johnson—Was not with Hec tor

that recollects; is not acquainted with the value of the property destroyed. Cross-examined by Mr. Johnson—Was not with Hec tor

when the ropes were cut; it was after the rutting of the ropes, an*l before the cutting the net* that be went to Mr. Davis; it was let bun know what Dr. Shed said, and obtain protection for the property that went to Mr. Davis, Mr. Davis did not tell him to to the potty sessiou*;
31 August 1837 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
BY T. H. BAYLY

BY T. H. BAYLY

Write the sand when the tide low, Seek the spot w hen the waters flow ; Whi-per name w hen the storm i» beard, Pause that echo may catch the word : what you wrote the sand should last If echo is heard mill I lie tempest’s blast, believe, and nut ttlf then, Throw a rose on the st
31 August 1837 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY OF WATERFORD.

COUNTY OF WATERFORD.

THE COOLISHALL AND GLENMORE ESTATES. TWO exceedingly beautiful and highly improvcable FREEHOLD PROPERTIES, including altogether nearly ONE THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED ACRES OF PASTURE, ARABLE, WOOD, and MOUftTT/N LAND, producing Rents and annual value i/apos of One Thousand Pounds. / /
31 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Iron; tlu in, ami vliivli I 1- k •»,.!! o.c

Iron; tlu in, ami vliivli I 1- k •»,.!! o.c

Iron; in, ami vliivli 1- k •»,.!! o.c .ire .1 von 'liould vend one V..11.TS lo W«;l .|.wrtv > .•>'<«•l'-r ll.al 1..- I(i 1 1'’> ■! I• rf|H<il 1.1 itu* i;i the .»,v «,♦* ilu- u "o\eriii»a’nt 1 f. il llu*t 11l t'liN ill n ill b!u i» ‘*’ nuppurt c-um.- ,„ ,v :. have honor - 1, •.KTO
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE RICHLY.WOODED GLEN,

THE RICHLY.WOODED GLEN,

And PICTURESQUE FALL GLENMORE.” Which is portion of the property, and considered one of ita proudest features, forms the eastern boundary of Coollshall, and the river Aragiin hounds it on the north ; the house and demesne have the Ulackwatcr on the north, with private boats and
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF MEATH.

COUNTY OF MEATH.

Sheep, High-bred Heifers »nd Bullocks. Yearling oftics. Filliaa. and superior High-bred Ram. TO be SOLD AUCTION. TOMoWoW •ember I, 1837, KILCARTY. wiihhTWJnile. uf jjftiin, near tlta Dublin rosd. 6*) Breeding £««< i n high condition ; three years old Fat Heifers two years old Bu
31 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland