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DOWNPATRICK ELECTION.

DOWNPATRICK ELECTION.

DO1)WN PATRI CK; ELEICTION. 1o WSPA.T'IC1, AV E D Ai;D.Y, AUG, 2.-The con- tqst leri is ls w s as y ever be lio re expterience' d in this -lBuouo-. 'I'e towtti luts been in a high degree ot' exviteaiw itt for thle last fbrtnighlt, biut as the 'day of pullilb appr) oat hed it i ln
08 August 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CURRAGH RACES—MULGRAVE MEETING.

CURRAGH RACES—MULGRAVE MEETING.

CURRAGTI RACES-MLLGR.AVE MEETENCG. TUFlIDAS', AVOStI T 1. Mruicrave Hisndicap, '20 eavs. h. ft. 100 sove. aidded. Mar. Bnrkeo's h). e. Roicirctadt, 3 vra. .. ?? Lord IlTowth's 1). II. Eumo, 5 yrs. ?? Mir. St. Ceoriec'm bi. f. Watter-witch, 4 Yr. 3 Lvord Mulogravos b. f. Grpsry, 4
08 August 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON PAPERS OF TUESDAY.

LONDON PAPERS OF TUESDAY.

Lo"%?00%? PAPERSI OF TUIENDI. TitE London Papers of TUESDAY evening are still chief- ly occupied with electioneering intelligence. t the date of the last accounts Sir James Graham was in a minority of upwards of 700, and his return was considered utterly hopeless. In North Wiltsh
11 August 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMISSION OF OYER AND TERMINER.

COMMISSION OF OYER AND TERMINER.

l COMMISSION OF OYER AND TERMINep I - . YEBThftDAY. John Stanley, James Murray, Charles Murray and T Nolan, were indicted for a burglary in the houe Of Tho0nea Nolan, South Great George's-street, and taki s Teren eighteen cloth caps and three parasols; also Tera p rema e Bridget
12 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN MARKETS.

DUBLIN MARKETS.

. SMITHFIELD, TNUBEDAY, AUGUST 10.-The qutnrtita ! stock at market was but moderate, and prices continue tit same as last week. Prime Beef, SOs to 56s per cwt, sinking offal infrio, ditto, from 45s to 50s per cwt, sinking offal; prime l1L ton,. from 6d to 6id per lb ; inferior d
12 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE Independent Electors OF THE BOROUGH OF SLIGO. J CANNOT deptirt from the scer.eof yotir recent triumph without, giving

TO THE Independent Electors OF THE BOROUGH OF SLIGO. J CANNOT deptirt from the scer.eof yotir recent triumph without, giving

you some assurance ol the proud and grateful feelings with which it has spired inc. You have raised me to a lofty position ; but you have achieved the still more illustrious work of raising your own reputation to a level with that of the most signalized Constituency the empire.
12 August 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
WATER FOR!) \V.) VOlAil! \!

WATER FOR!) \V.) VOlAil! \!

Til HOI (HI KII.M AS. 1)1 NC AUVAN. APIHXiI IN'. USMOKK. AM) ALLOW) MAIL CONTIIACT. (ii’iural I’o*-Oliir -. DuMin, July, I Majesty’s Post M;is*er-( mut.il "Hi rccive f«»r (*<»nvi*yinrj tin* Mail Wa^rfunl uit! u-b with four Horses to jtluj rale A MiU> jar hour. Ibc imaUH' on ii*l
10 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
r.nnr furwar'l. rnlhu'»iastirally Hi* l»\ thi‘great exliauNtiuu which felt, anti, nrci•limply, ir wan with reluctance lie eanre forw.inl ; hut,

r.nnr furwar'l. rnlhu'»iastirally Hi* l»\ thi‘great exliauNtiuu which felt, anti, nrci•limply, ir wan with reluctance lie eanre forw.inl ; hut,

the lev. gentleman, how I refu'.e jour call tnarle his great and occasion. Il were to refuse you, your enihiisl iHin would |iuf. away iuj inahility. That shout votirs might have hi*en heard the laud end. an 1 the broken Hill would have scut back the sound beautiful and u|ihotiiu
10 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
not >ar rifir*- too imirli in effort court a part) lr.,m wliirli 111 mini, ere Imijr, lie il He ratltlll

not >ar rifir*- too imirli in effort court a part) lr.,m wliirli 111 mini, ere Imijr, lie il He ratltlll

i X i■ i,v i.iiplit mil nclude ciiiiMderaliun f„ |(„. (11|| iemiiius : erliptes uf hi- allmlir leiunt». ||, ,„ u-l (MTinit the niilirklleil in-olence i.f |,j unii..,;, , »lm. perl,ups, feel mure illspc.se.l l„ cater fur Vest., to s«*curr ''ir < iivui.k-*. Tile leni.il fur il.iji
08 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(.HIM Y (. M M AY

(.HIM Y (. M M AY

(.HIM Y (. M Notwitlislanilitto the hai k**liiliittt rertaiit lahcrah am! the tliousiniil [MittmU —(not l/irrr, i! wa* siiil) of MvNSKio.il Sr.JCiaiitoK, ami the hitMalk of Du.v, ami the fury of the I’ruleslaiit hhishop. ami ihe raglL.of the ('i.vni .vtiTins, ami the oaths of l.o
12 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland