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ME RCANTILE SALES. PE AIS AND TIM ALT’ITON JOSEPH WILSON, SON and CO., mil SELL y AUCTION One oT’lock, THURSDAY,

ME RCANTILE SALES. PE AIS AND TIM ALT’ITON JOSEPH WILSON, SON and CO., mil SELL y AUCTION One oT’lock, THURSDAY,

llie «l tlie KING’S YARD, North-Wall, the cargo the M'ltiMn. just landed from St. John’s, consisting ft. inch Deals ft. do. too 14 ft. do. / Iti. IS. and ft. Plank, / Tons Red Pine Timber. / Also the cargo the Orion, from Quebec, containing 4,000 Deals, of various dimensions Als
14 August 1837 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TAM WORTH DINNER TO SIR R. PEEL

TAM WORTH DINNER TO SIR R. PEEL

I Tamwohtii, Monday. —About one hundred and eighty of the friends and supporters of Sir Robert Peel dined together at the Town Hall this evening, to celebrate bis return. After the usual toasts, Mr. I rose and proposed “the health of Sir Robert Peel” (drunk with nine times nine
14 August 1837 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
cnoss POLL FOR TWO DAYS.

cnoss POLL FOR TWO DAYS.

Chapman ... ... ••• Nagle, ... ... ... Levinge, ... ... ... 279 Handcock, ... ... ••• 290 A number of objections still remain to be disposed or, and there is scry little doubt of the gross majority for Chapman and Nagle exceeding 300 ! However, the Tories threaten a petition, it
14 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GROSS POLL.

GROSS POLL.

Coote, FiUpalrick, ... Vtsey, Gross majority of Fitzpatrick over Vcsey, 31. kildarb election. Friday Evening —The flection is over. We have glorious victory. One booth »as open during the day, but only four me.i were polled in it. At six o’clock the slnn. came into the court, an
14 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SATURDAY THE ELECTIONS.

SATURDAY THE ELECTIONS.

from our analysis of the election returns, that Sir Robert I’cel is more accurate than the Chronicle gives him credit for in his anticipations. count— Reformers, ... ... ••• p'*? Tories, ••• • • ••• Majority, ••• ••• " J The Chronicle savs, Sir Robert Peel’s estimate of Tones ha
14 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPIRIT OF THE PUBLIC JOUTiyALS.

SPIRIT OF THE PUBLIC JOUTiyALS.

Op«n to all—influenced none." Chronicle.— Poor Ernest of Hanover If such being could bo the object of one generous feeling should certainly commiserate bis present wretched position. Himself, and the country that has been so unhappily afflicted by his rule, degraded in the eyes
14 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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to THt tniTOR of iAUKntaaa !<*•* httr**.

tniTOR iAUKntaaa !<*•* httr**. Si*—reply a letter, ‘■imn d •* Voter,** ill your journal of‘l iiui«day, l> «• August, tie c*-n- Mituency Trinity Dulnin. 1 be** leave ih« )•« one of that nunierou* cl as* of per sot the present dn. who wi«h avail of e, so fir as poi«e«v!un the conce
14 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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14 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRIDAY SECOND DAY. CORK CITY

FRIDAY SECOND DAY. CORK CITY

STATE THE POLL.— THURSDAY. Beamish Callaghan Leycestcr Chattcrton . . • • • . J . , The polling proceeded on Friday, and terminated the return of the Überal candidates a majority of WESTMEATH. STATE POLL FRIDAY. Chapman (L.) Nagle (L.) . Handcock (C.) Lcvinge (C.) 3f19 290 279
14 August 1837 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPLENDID BALLOT.

SPLENDID BALLOT.

All Capital •. Small Trlftlng Articles. VALUE £sB2—lN’ 582 SHARES, AT 20s- EACH. Jf^atchmaker, Jeweller, Sfc,, 16, Belfast, RESPECTFULLY submits to the Nobility, Gentry, bis Friends, and the Public, the most SPLENDID and VALUABLE SELECTION of GOODS ever offered by BALLOT, and to
14 August 1837 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland