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THE MAGAZINES FOR AUGUST.

THE MAGAZINES FOR AUGUST.

I| ITBE MAGAZINES FOR AUGUST. BLACKWOOD Contains two or three very good papers, amongst which the best, in our opinion, is a sort of running commentary upon the characteristics of London and Rome -the two'great rivals which support the preten- sions of modern times and the days o
11 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ANTI-SLAVERY MEETING AT THE ROTUNDO.

ANTI-SLAVERY MEETING AT THE ROTUNDO.

I ANTI.-SLAVERY MEETING AT THE ROTUNDO. I A numerous and respectable meeting was held, at twelve o'clock yesterday, at the Rotundo, the object of which was to seek for the abolition of slavery, as it present exists in the British West India Colonies, uider the mask of apprentices
11 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
every variety person* professing religious opi- I nions. can point to that list and show not only mem* I hers

every variety person* professing religious opi- I nions. can point to that list and show not only mem* I hers

of the Established Church, hut of all clause* of div* I centers—the Unitaiians the Independents the Wesleyan Methodists the Homan Catholics. al*o united tendering that mark of esteem and confidence (loud cheer-), snd I I proud to think that whatever feelings of discord en- I ter
11 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, 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
 
KILDARK.

KILDARK.

Atry, Wednesday Night, o’Clock.—The following are the number# announced by the sheriff thi# eve- ning day’s poll. O’Fenrall, Archbold, Burke, GROSS POLL, Fcrrall, ... Archbold, Burke, RuthveD, Lefpoy, Majority of O’Ferail over Burke, Archbold, do., YJSITKRDAY. O’Fe trail, Arclib
11 August 1837 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST MARKETS—THURSDAY, AUGUST 10.

BELFAST MARKETS—THURSDAY, AUGUST 10.

BELFAST MARKETS-ThUqSD\y, Aulusr 10. P 1121b. 0itmeai... 14c 0/Ca15 6 WI, Wheat 10 0 -10 9 . Reddo ?? 0I °-10 9 Barley ?? 0 0- 0 0 (ats, Polan.. 8 0 _ 9 4- Potato do... 10 0 0 0 ,Sed 0ts... 0 ,.0 0 0_ Snp,. Four.21 6 -00 0 Flour I st ?? 19 0 -00 0 . ?? ?? 17 0 _-0, 0 ?? s3d... O
11 August 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DOWNPATRICK ELECTION.

DOWNPATRICK ELECTION.

p)OWNPATRICK ELECTION. Tle, election terminated onl Saturday, in the return 0f Mr. ,er, by a majority of 14 on the gross poll.1 Kr. Ker, ?? ?? ?? 154 Kr. ICeown, ?? ?? ?? 140 Tlic tcnantry of Mr. Keown having loft the town Irw yesterday, when it was ascertained that he hadl no 'c
11 August 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CARLOW COUNTY.

CARLOW COUNTY.

Carlow, Monday.—From an eaily hour this morning every avenue leading to the court-house was thronged excess by pet sons from all parts ot the county. The doors weie not opened until twelve o’clock, when admission was given those alone possessed tickets, of which had been issued,
11 August 1837 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland