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REVIEW AT THE IMICENIX-PARK, DUBLIN

REVIEW AT THE IMICENIX-PARK, DUBLIN

A review took place on Thursday, for the purpose of affording Monstapha Rescind Key Effcndi, Ambassador from the Grand Seignor, opportunity of seeing our troops and witnessing their evolutions- All the regiments the garrison were on the Fifteen Acres before one o’clock. Sir E. B
31 August 1837 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
THEATRE, GREAT BRUN ST reF.T, Opened Monday, ssth August, fcctke Winter Season. THF. CELEBRATED MONSIEUR PHILIPPE, TEOM PARIS, nniterful Performances

THEATRE, GREAT BRUN ST reF.T, Opened Monday, ssth August, fcctke Winter Season. THF. CELEBRATED MONSIEUR PHILIPPE, TEOM PARIS, nniterful Performances

hare ellclfed bars'* ad. ffoo* . ~,k, whero he had the honour (Thursday), Ist ADgWt. will coramence with the followmj^reats p”»fter Pill or two to set his amusing order will treat the audience with a sight of the BOTTLE. The laoffhahle scene of a curious operation. . TO AST—TUE'
31 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPIRIT I ;! JOCRXALS, TORV CONSPIRACY ( Fni/n the M'trufiig Chreniclf. ) Mill on daughter !’’—“ lie tderrion of the

SPIRIT I ;! JOCRXALS, TORV CONSPIRACY ( Fni/n the M'trufiig Chreniclf. ) Mill on daughter !’’—“ lie tderrion of the

U from ofTieo is the one idea of the Tories. The Times has every day some new Dioj- ct for accomplUhinir this preat purpose. On Thursday it amusii-.gly enough suppos'd that Sir Robert Roe h.i.l only to whistle the Reformers to induce them, as they were mostly uiivleilaert, to jo
31 August 1837 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CLERKENWELL CHURCH-RATE.

CLERKENWELL CHURCH-RATE.

London, Saturday, Aug. 26...Yesterday afternoon one of the most numerous vestry meetings we remember to have seen trok place within the walls of St. James’s church. Cierkenweli the churchwardens having convened meeting for the purpose of making a rale carry into effect the repai
31 August 1837 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
iHE ARMY.

iHE ARMY.

ARMY. RtTIRKMENTS he under mentioned «fhcers have tired from the aru)V tins week . Cornet Kenyon, Ist Dragoon Guards ; Ensign and Lieut. Toilemache, Scots Fusilier Guards, Lieut. Fridges, ~i| Lieut IVlking'on.lsi Foot; Lieut. Phillips, 12th Foot; Lieut. Irvme- ; Lieut. French, Fo
31 August 1837 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
*2635. SCOTTISH AMICABLE |jf«* A§!»urmiec Society, THE MODEL THE EQUITABLE SOCIETY OF LONDON JAMES J. DUNCAN, Esq., Manager, / Head

*2635. SCOTTISH AMICABLE |jf«* A§!»urmiec Society, THE MODEL THE EQUITABLE SOCIETY OF LONDON JAMES J. DUNCAN, Esq., Manager, / Head

Office, 147, Duchannn-street, GLASGOW. THIS Society divides the WHOLE PROFITS amongst the Assured. At last investigation their Profits amounted to One and Half per Cent, per Annum, upon the Amount insured. The funds of the Society, and the number of its Members, are rapidly cner
31 August 1837 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
JOHN RICHEY

JOHN RICHEY

OFFERS FOR SALE, per Hibernia, from LON DUN, Casks V. C. TAI.I.OW. And daily expects the arrival of the John 8, Tcllook, Mas ter, from ST. PETERSBURG, with Casks Best Y. C. TALLOW: / Tons HEMP ; ami \L/ A Quantity of LATHWOOD. 923 Newry, 251 h 1837.
31 August 1837 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH FAIRS,

IRISH FAIRS,

Co. Antrim : Brnughshane, Sept I; Ballintoy, Crumlin, Straid, 4 ; Portglenone, 5 ; Gl. navy, o. _ M\gii : Poyntspass, 2; Charlestown, Loughgall, «. • f dlctown, 7. Cvvam : Balljjatnesduff, 2 : )• Beiturbet, 7. Dtanv: Uraperstowneross, . Donecalc. : «Ballyrhannon, nd . Convoy, Do
31 August 1837 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
HOLYHEAD MAIL. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE,

HOLYHEAD MAIL. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE,

(Private Correspondence (be Madrid, August or tub mimi*tbt. The Caletrave ministry resigned afternoon en •ncuae. The resignation was tendered personally by M. Calstrava hitmelf. The proiimate cause of it is said to the refusal of officers of a provincial regiment to march with E
31 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THURSDAY, AUGUST 31- 1837. (From the Gloht.)

THURSDAY, AUGUST 31- 1837. (From the Gloht.)

It is curious to remark upon what opposite grounds the Irish members are mishked by the two extreme parties. The one denounces them as a priest-ridden set, riding the ministers to the overthrow every institution, English as well as Irish. The other askance them as over-complacen
31 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland