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£hf Suam JiHvaia-, Uaron Jt* Uoibuck v-js propo'cti liv Mr. W. I'. l inn, pnd secondrj by 'h 1) :ro-.'cs Kelly. Tl.si

£hf Suam JiHvaia-, Uaron Jt* Uoibuck v-js propo'cti liv Mr. W. I'. l inn, pnd secondrj by 'h 1) :ro-.'cs Kelly. Tl.si

Suam Jt* Uoibuck v-js liv Mr. W. I'. l inn, secondrj 1) :ro-.'cs Kelly. Tl.si nun ’lO'Oj to advantage of Is!:. ive Mr r.tzpani.k tbe A si.otT lituida liavn:; U .mi made, was declared in faruar of Coote at: i Mr. riirjiatriik. The politic commence* to-n. irrow.—Cjr.r. >o' dc.m Tut
12 August 1837 - Tuam Herald - Tuam, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
NAPLES.

NAPLES.

Extract of letter from Naples, dated 31st July The cholera, though a little better, still raging verv badly in Naples ; hundreds daily dying of it, many the Neapolitan nobility; and amongst the English, Mr. Aldridge Busby, Lady Eleanor Butler, sister the Marquess Ormonde, Mr. Au
14 August 1837 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Callaghan, tkamish, . Chatterton, Leycester,

Callaghan, tkamish, . Chatterton, Leycester,

Callaghan, Hcami'h, (^hatterion, Lcyccstcr, YOUGIIAL. Mr. Howard has been returned by majority of Eight,
12 August 1837 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHANCERY

CHANCERY

HUGH WALLACE, T3URSUANTtothe Plmmtiff; /JL Decree of her Ma- Thc Marquis of DOSEGALL, \jesty’s Court of Chancery and several Others, in Ireland, made in this Defendants. Cause, hearing date the 6th day of June, 1837 I hereby require all Persons having Incumbrances spccißcally ch
12 August 1837 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO HK LET.

TO HK LET.

LET. From the First Day of November next, CROSSGAR HOUSE, GARDEN. & OFFICEHOUSES, all in good repair, with about 10 Acres of LAND, statute measure, adjoining, in tho highest state of cultivation. would answer ajjrivate Gentleman, or be admirably adapted for Vh the House is largo
12 August 1837 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY OF TYRONE

COUNTY OF TYRONE

We perceive, with much regret, th»t sundry observations of ours, with reference to the retirement of Claud Hamilton from the contest anticipated at the Tyrone election, and also with reference to the election itself, have given offence to certain individuals for whom we entertai
12 August 1837 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
WATERFORD CITY ELECTION.

WATERFORD CITY ELECTION.

Thomas Esq., an 1 Henry Winston Barron, Esq., have been returned. Majority for Mr. the gross poll, 205—majority for Barron on the gross poll, 173. CLONMEL ELECTION .
12 August 1837 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
CIVIL AND ST 11, 1837

CIVIL AND ST 11, 1837

.. DINNER TO SIR R. PEEL. THE COMMISSION Yesterday. , A nelll , of .ho friocd. up. .XING p l j T ,J J„(, n p„ rere 'of Sir Robert Perl dined together «t the Town’ HMi, Tarawcnh. Monday to hi.n.lurn, . t U R- eider, ton. Sir Robert Pee. e. spending prided. i nf ihennkonk. heving
11 August 1837 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ELECTION REMINISCENCES. Some gratifying announcements of Irish success mav be made since our last. Youghal has been won. and it

ELECTION REMINISCENCES. Some gratifying announcements of Irish success mav be made since our last. Youghal has been won. and it

is the more gratifying it] was one of the few Irish elections about which we had some secret doubts. The same may said of Kinsale. This place, having returned Tory representative last election, the result of the present was naturally, from that and other causes, doubtful; yet Mr
11 August 1837 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ANTI-SLAVERY MEETING.

ANTI-SLAVERY MEETING.

We refer the reader to the proceedings of & meeting held yesterday at the Kotuudo with a view to exhibit the monstrous hoax that has been practised on the nation by the West India planters, in lieu of the twenty millions of money paid them for the manumission of their fellow-men
11 August 1837 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland