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I.aily H.irrirt Daly's tu-'fm-t, the lady of the Uev. Arthur Kimx. mmi. the 7th the lady Doctor Donlevy, of William-
10 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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»i nvk ki.ow Tiisoav. The hoot I.' .1 '.l at but the poll «a* not aiuiKiineisl until halt-p-«'t **\en. time the sheriff came into eon, i. ami -land tin nmiiiieis i.i la* follow : Howard, ... ... ... ••• ‘d t * rattan, ... ... ... •• Aeion, ... ... ... Mr. CiiaM; nd.lies'-d ■ . le
10 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO .IosKIMI HI .Ml . I S*).. M l*.

TO .IosKIMI HI .Ml . I S*).. M l*.

.Ml . S*).. M l*. •• Silt We, ih** undersigned ot tin* city Kilkenny, Ik**' eerieial'dale upon lilfmiph of tlM*** qdes a. while y have rli.nm upon you the enmity the ' aliilrlle** have won for you the esteem all wellwishers the slate, and tin* friendship of eieiy man who reei-g.
10 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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J‘J( Ot j.\ c/.n. M.uist: 7 V

j.\ c/.n. OllK, Ai«.. ( MolatKv» yesterday. Tins dUy |W|i*sme; M heal* tid in ;no l*aii»y atuiaistl; i«ic» Jiis : nuts. tu lIsNl jh Ini. IT-o i. - li*w I hair. 4> pet »au seoeid «!••, j*».t d>>; ti. rmcal, lo* ;al ja-r c»r. r is—Ah *piahty ?*»s t., i«w. si * ( third >■»*, 77». fi
10 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEFINCE.

DEFINCE.

Catherine Coughlin deposed that she lives in ; she saw the accident; as the car approached the deceased the persons on called to her to gel out of the wav ; she ran right under the horse s head ; the driver was sitting on the Dominick-street side of the car. Cross-exemined.— The
10 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
paten's the late King’s tradesmen in Weslminsf r. tiii tiiey iiisi seen liuvv lliSir voles wne disposed • fia tuc

paten's the late King’s tradesmen in Weslminsf r. tiii tiiey iiisi seen liuvv lliSir voles wne disposed • fia tuc

approaeliii.g election (cheers.) Base and is these efforts had been, they had utterly and intsn.'.uly filled, and the results of the recent Lnidish * leeliei.s !:•«*’ pr'xilaiincd tli.it the days and the hours ;r liiipoteiil misrule had been already numbered, and were approachin
10 August 1837 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
/ w a a-: i>, m bho* y i AT IVE PER CENT., an well circumstimecJ Fee Simple Estate, situate

/ w a a-: i>, m bho* y i AT IVE PER CENT., an well circumstimecJ Fee Simple Estate, situate

in a northern county, which there is a splendid residence, with valuable improvements, within a short mile of the county town in which the E-tale situated. eyy■ Application to Messrs. Story and Erskike, Solicitors, at their Ofhees, 2»i. Mount joy-street, Rutland Square, Dublin;
10 August 1837 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY OF TIPPERARY ELECTIOftL TO THE INDEPENDENT jn THE Committee appointed to lyCTni of Messrs. MOORE and BARKER, as -forthis

COUNTY OF TIPPERARY ELECTIOftL TO THE INDEPENDENT jn THE Committee appointed to lyCTni of Messrs. MOORE and BARKER, as -forthis

COUNTY", request the honor and fate rest, ami urge the necessity of your the . Hustings the First Day the Election. Committee-Rooms, CloumeL July 21st,
10 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SIR ROBERT PEEL IN TAMWORTH

SIR ROBERT PEEL IN TAMWORTH

SIR ROBERT PEEL TAMWORTH Wc have merely time direct attention to the spirit-stirring speech of Sir Robert Pkel, public dinoer given him by his constituency, Monday evening last, in the borough of Taruworth. Wc derive a double pleasure from the perusal of this eloquent address, as
10 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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10 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland