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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
 
THE UNIVERSITY ELECTION.

THE UNIVERSITY ELECTION.

This election has virtually terminated, and Doctor Laraov and Mr. Shaw are returned by triumphant majorities. The numbers at the close of yesterday's poll were— For Lefroy Shaw Stock 151 At the close the poll this day the numbers were— OAT'S POLL. GROSS POLL. For Lefroy .. .. Sh
03 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BAXDON—GLOBIOt'S NEWS !

BAXDON—GLOBIOt'S NEWS !

Tlic Duke of Duvonssiuu’* nephew, n(»n,haj been eignaily defeuted the honcet and intrepid men Bandon. Sergeant Jackron baa been returned 13d fl, being ijlirfione majority of 32. Oh, ho«- the Editor of that vile hired tag which dclighta in Utclcguardiim will his teeth his |icn wi
03 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CARUICKFERGUS ELECTION.

CARUICKFERGUS ELECTION.

This election commenced at ten o’clock on Monday morning. Dalwav, Esq., of Bellabill, proposed Peter Kirk, Esq ; seconded by Cortland M*Gregor Skinner, Esq., of Glenpark. EnwAßo Bruce, Esq., of Scoutbush, proposed Matthew B. Rennie, Esq ; seconded by James Barnett, Esq. Mr. Kirk
03 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONSTABULARY.

THE CONSTABULARY.

The Lord Lieutenant has appointed Mr. Alexander M‘Kins try. third ton of the late Lee M'Klnstry. Esq., of Armagh, a chief constable of police, to located in the Kind's County. The inhabitants of Elphin have addressed rrencricfc Carr, K*q.. chief constable, on his removal Castler
03 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

John O’Neill, Jnn.. of Ncwtownlimivady. In the county of Derry, woollen draper, to surrender Saturday, the I'ith day August uext, and Tuesday, the clav i*f September following. ■HU >l. u . .... ..... ... ' - Tmunas North, lute Bride-street, the city Dublin, merchant, dealer, and
03 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

COLBVaN's NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE AND HUMORIST. EDITED MV THEODORE HOOK, ESQ. cannot imagine the reason why this cleverly edited periodical does not arrive at our office until many days after its English and Scotch competitors. e complained last month of similar neglect, but withou
15 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, 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
 
FOR SALE AND HIRE, TOWN AND COUNTRY, PIANO FORTES AND HARPS. WAREROOMS. 22, SUFFOLK-STREET. M'CULLAGH AND M‘CULLAGH, KESPhCTFULLY beg leave

FOR SALE AND HIRE, TOWN AND COUNTRY, PIANO FORTES AND HARPS. WAREROOMS. 22, SUFFOLK-STREET. M'CULLAGH AND M‘CULLAGH, KESPhCTFULLY beg leave

to announce that their extensive Were rooms arc Farhuirelt/ laid out with an elegant assortment of every description of Piano-fortes and Harps, all which have been carefully chosen by their Agent London, from the following eminent Manufacturers: BROAD WOOD, COLLAR AND ERARD, TOM
22 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland