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tv- • , , Monday, Aug 7- towirdT* the 7 ««d/deSd «d the following arc our J/ , ”!> d ,; not sell at tbcra. owing to the advices from Ir.l hoi'lcn will advance. Cork to 90aon hoard. 9ds to 94slanded ‘’nr*.'" 1 ?- 88sto90i on hoard, to 94s landc.l The hist UuSh’&^Vuidrt Bacon rema
10 August 1837 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
WEDNESDAY—THIKD DAY.

WEDNESDAY—THIKD DAY.

The struggle was resumed at 9 o’clock this morning. As the day advanced, owing to the dowing in of the non-resident Freemen, the Tory Candidates nearly kept pace with their opponents ; but no sooner was the race confined to legitimite compeiitorship —no sooner were the non resid
10 August 1837 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
GENERAL ELECTION

GENERAL ELECTION

COI NTY TION. ( From the Freeman's Journal. ) Athy* Monday Morning, llalf-tast Eight. —The nomination of the candidates took place one. hey are all in town, and the greatest activity and bustle prevails. Athy is thronged, and great difficulty exists in procuring accommodation be
10 August 1837 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW FEATURES IN LIFE ASSURANCE.

NEW FEATURES IN LIFE ASSURANCE.

NEW FEATURES LIFE ASSURANCE. Premiums payable Yearly, Half Yearly, or Quarterly. Asylum foreign and domestic life OFFICE, 70. ORN-HILL, LONDON, and 80, SOUTH MALL. CORK. THE LOWEST RATES EVER PUBLISHED any C Office of equal standing and security, whether for term, or the S whole
08 August 1837 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
EMPOWERUD BY SPECIAL ACf OF

EMPOWERUD BY SPECIAL ACf OF

EMPOWERUD BY SPECIAL ACf iRUAMENT. Ay FAMILY ENDOWMENT SOCIETY. For Endowing Future and Existing Children. Offices, 12, Chatham-Place, Blackfriar’s London, and 80, South-hfall, CORK. CAPITAL- £500,000. THK PRCULIARTY of this VALUABLE SOCIETY is, that it endows not only the Existi
08 August 1837 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
fraudulent attempt set aside the principle of the reform bill. He was clearly of opinion that six months' registry was

fraudulent attempt set aside the principle of the reform bill. He was clearly of opinion that six months' registry was

essential for every class of voters that such was the registration contemplated the act without any distinction whatever ; and accordingly did not the question to turn upon the fact claimant having acquired his freedom by birth, marriage, servitude, or yet by grace especial. Cun
11 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH ELECTION'S

IRISH ELECTION'S

CARLOW ELECTION. (moM OCR SPEtIAI. PORTER.) WmxisPAV ll shx the usual hour the High thcr.lV announced the state of the poll to'.be— Vigors, ... ••• ••• Yates, ... ••• Bruen, ... ••• ••• Bunbury, ... do- There are a=*n any liberal electors in one barot y impelled will amply secur
11 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
em give it a fair •esult. It must, n for a length of deterioration Jt we surely have vent this

em give it a fair •esult. It must, n for a length of deterioration Jt we surely have vent this

casualty to have impor) change the seed ear as at present, seed continue, ce the farmer to y at all times nd it will also be for live slock ual to allow it to it ion is not perss of the process rhe quality of the md the advantage any loss sustained icrefore, in every the seed in
12 August 1837 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
1126 131*281 73 26108 1199 157389

1126 131*281 73 26108 1199 157389

1126 131*281 26108 1199 157389 Vessels and tonnage entered the port of Liverpool for the months ending the 24th of June, : 1837 Liverpool vessels 157389 tons. Runcorn 11801 1836 Liverpool 1084 vessels Runcorn 167 1251 Increase
08 August 1837 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
TO THE Electors of Meivry. J Gentlemex, FOR the honor you have just conferred in electing me to be your

TO THE Electors of Meivry. J Gentlemex, FOR the honor you have just conferred in electing me to be your

Representative in the ensuing Parliament, I hasten to tender you this sincere acknowledgement, and return my warmest thanks. Mv best endeavours shall ever superadded to the anxious desire I entertain efficiently to discharge the important trust you have handsomely reposed in my
10 August 1837 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland