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DUBLIN ELECTION PETITION, rV . far collection of the fund to prosecute the petition ifaiaot the return O'Connell and Hutton

DUBLIN ELECTION PETITION, rV . far collection of the fund to prosecute the petition ifaiaot the return O'Connell and Hutton

are nearly completed, tad the Protestant inhabitants of the metropolis should prepared, proper applications known persons, to contribute according to their ability. A little from each will suffice. strongly recommend that the head every family shall give a something for each ind
29 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DREADFUL GUNPOWDER EXPLOSION.

DREADFUL GUNPOWDER EXPLOSION.

On Wednesday afternoon, about half-past three o’clock, most serious calamity occurred on the Thames, off Blackwall, in the explosion of a boat laden with gunpowder, and the sinking of brig lying alongside. The following are the particulars of the accident:— Mr. Thomas Corsan, a
29 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
■ /// AIfD cOliRESPO Bxr. _N^1,516 / DUBLIN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1837^ F GENERALELECrrON. GEN R L_ELIXTI«N. ( GENERAL ELECTION.

■ /// AIfD cOliRESPO Bxr. _N^1,516 / DUBLIN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1837^ F GENERALELECrrON. GEN R L_ELIXTI«N. ( GENERAL ELECTION.

PIANO-FORTES AND HARPS. ,TO ELBCTOES OF THE CITY to THE INDEPENDENT ELECTORS OF THE TO THE ELECTORS THE COUNTY OF WAREROOMS, 01 DUBLIN. COUNTY OF CARLOW. TIPPERARY 22, SUPFOLK-STREET. J M'CULLAGH AND M‘CULLAv *D BSPECTFULLY leave to announce that their extensive Wnrcrooins arc R
10 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
J. Redinrton.

J. Redinrton.

Hon. C. O’CallßKluui. Hill-borough, Ld. Csstleresgh H. Bridgcmsn. .. Lord Cole, Archdall. A. H. Lynch. M. Blake. .. Hon. 001. Westcora, N. Fitzsimon. .. Joseph Hume. .. P. Mahony. .. taMcl White, Lord Clements. .. O. Roche, W. Ruche. Meynell. Mr R. Mattson. T. Jones, fir R. Terg
10 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

Major Forster, K.H., having left Dublin for England, on leave of absence, the duties of Assistant Adjutant-General of the eastern district will, during Major Forster’s absence. Ik? performed by Captain Griffiths, of the 2d Dragoon Guards, extra Aide-de-Camp to Lieutenant-Gcneial
10 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TAMWOSTH ELECTION DINNER SIR ROBERT PEEL. About IPO of the friends and supporters of Sir Robert Peel dined together the

TAMWOSTH ELECTION DINNER SIR ROBERT PEEL. About IPO of the friends and supporters of Sir Robert Peel dined together the

Town-hall, or Monday n * ing, celebrate the return of the Right Hon. Baronet to Parliament for this borough. The apartment where the dinner took place v.as tastefully fitted for the occasion with ban- nets Ac. Amongst the company wc noticed Captain A’Court, M.P. for ;P. Walfcrst
10 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
l>n\VN ELECTION

l>n\VN ELECTION

Dowm'ATitieK, y.nMSA v, Ai'i.. 7. —TJjc clc; tion for this county took place this m.y. early hour numerous and attached tenantry approached the town, for the purpose escorting the candidate! to the hustings. About twelve o'eljtk Lou! an Lord aj»* uraral honctac*. muf were receiv
10 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANCERY,

CHANCERY,

Executors Frazier] pURSUANT to the Decree . pronouncc*l in this Cause, bearing: *!atcthc 27th day of June, 1837, I hereby require all persons having encumbrances affecting all the Lands and Premises in Pleadings mentioned, prior to the 17th day of December, come in and prove the
26 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN WEEKLY REGISTER—AUGUST 5, 1837.

THE DUBLIN WEEKLY REGISTER—AUGUST 5, 1837.

I*> of the genllrfnen i*l cluh, inti r]ra«n must goardeiUv, ami dune ft*r the of notice to* the country pe* pie, order that they opportiinity of Kiving exjirowlou thow* sentiments of love and loyalty they entertained toward* tlwir surereign. did not even date from 'He Cluh-room
05 August 1837 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Tir~TIIK PI FCTORS KILKENNY, U, hue • .bow «. Li. ..fib. .«r«- -Ul .bn -ill in ll« full, r ru»

Tir~TIIK PI FCTORS KILKENNY, U, hue • .bow «. Li. ..fib. .«r«- -Ul .bn -ill in ll« full, r ru»

-kk cS? <>» Ktlkronj MlH—ril, .i.b .hkh b. -ill -.u-b ~,Ur, lu~l ■' r..ic.»»nd.r,„ T b. Ctai.n-.-Onn.kn-n, 1H- «. Tunuirulw’m .«! B.w« Lii^rf-w--'•;'7r-)- Ck.l. Butkr, MJ’-.b ., n j. ., Ku*. N. _• C«rt fill lb* bo«l »-kI 1« of brhcf. BI’TLER M.P. lb« eh«>r. «««• . lfce .„ t b«.i
26 August 1837 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland