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-THEATREF ROYAL, ABBEY-STE T. AMUSEMENT EXTRAOR1DINAIRE. AMFor Twvelve Nigbts only! Cele~ated JIONSIEUR PHILLIPPE, FROM PARIS, tanas unrivailed in France and Great Britain, 0 n0e sib his popular Performance THIS EVENING I ,rill hcO 1,SYh ald every Evening during this and neI t 8L
10 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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-PRlCESOF BRITISH STOCKS-MoNDAY. Bank Stock ?? r ndia Stock Three per Cent. Red. 92i* India Bonds ?? 53 51 Three per Cent. Cons. 9 l t Annuit. (Jan. 1860) 15i Ditto for Account... 9lf Ditto New(ditto) Three anda half perct Ditts(Oct.1859)... Ditto, Reduced . 100j Ditto(Jtn. 1880)
10 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE STATE OF THINGS.

THE STATE OF THINGS.

(from the examiner.) The Chroniele states th»t, on a careful analysis of the returns, it finds that are Reformers, and Tories that of the remaining retarns there will probably one Reformer for England ; two Reformers and three Tories for Scotland j and 31 Reformers and Tories fo
19 August 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
SIR. JOHN MARTN.

SIR. JOHN MARTN.

We fear this gentleman is not likely to appear, in the eyes the public, quite amiable a person in private life, as some people supposed he would. If rumour speaks truth, he ha-?, since he has commenced paying his own postage, made two or three false moves, which are not likely t
26 August 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
LETTER FROM THE R. C. BISHOP OF KILI.ALOE TO HIS BROTHER, ON THE ELECTION FOR THE KING'S COUNTY. Baltard, July

LETTER FROM THE R. C. BISHOP OF KILI.ALOE TO HIS BROTHER, ON THE ELECTION FOR THE KING'S COUNTY. Baltard, July

20, 1837. My Johv, received a lettei yesterday, in •which the writer says that he " apprehends that presence Birr at this important juncture would of infinite service," adding, however, very kindly, a hope that I may not return, should it very inconvenient to me, or injuiious to
12 August 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
BOROUGH ELECTION.

BOROUGH ELECTION.

"TRUTH CONCIUKRS.'' SATUUDA Y.AUGUST 12, 1837. The borough election closcd on Saturday eve« ning last; the Provost announced the gross poll to stand thus :— Somcrs 2G2 Martin Glorious Majority .. This is, indeed, one of the greatest triumphs ever achieved ; every human effort wa
12 August 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CAPTAIN COZENED.

THE CAPTAIN COZENED.

A captain of a Wat India ahipf blessed with wry Betty wife, nkM *n reluctantly obliged leave after the port Havre, France, when lie went abroad, in Mtareh another quality, heard hi« arrival from a. voyage last year that his had'- not been very prudent in his absence, and that on
05 August 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
rTearly SaUtertptiva, C 2 BOr-TcaHy Cl S* L Quarterly, las. Cd. aimffLe Paper, ftd.

rTearly SaUtertptiva, C 2 BOr-TcaHy Cl S* L Quarterly, las. Cd. aimffLe Paper, ftd.

rTearly SaUtertptiva, 2 BOr-TcaHy L Quarterly, las. Cd. aimffLe Paper, ftd. many, be regarded as a simpleton. tl»c contrary. men arc influenced, in the exercise of their franchise, either by factious spite, or local, petty animosity, hope of preferment, or dread of losing busines
05 August 1837 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NORTHERN WHIG. BELFAST. SATURDAY. AUGUST 5, 1837.

THE NORTHERN WHIG. BELFAST. SATURDAY. AUGUST 5, 1837.

ing impetuosity, driving the Blues before them in their turn, and taking possession of their positions. And now this dreadful commotion was at its highest. These ferocious men, elated by their success, seemed determined to spare neither friend nor foe. Showers of stones came inc
05 August 1837 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SCOTTISH A.IHICABE.E LIFE ANNUMAX* !:

SCOTTISH A.IHICABE.E LIFE ANNUMAX* !:

SCOTTISH A.IHICABE.E LIFE SOCIETY, the Model of the Equitable Society Eon do*, JAMES J. DUNCAN. Esq.. Head Office, 147, Buchanan-SUetl, GLASGOW. • r Society divide* the whole profits amongst the Injured. At last inveslipiUun, profits ajoaunied om* ami a half per cent, per eanum u
05 August 1837 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland