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ADDRESS TO THE Q.LEEN

ADDRESS TO THE Q.LEEN

ADDRESS THE LECTURE THE LADIES DUBLIN, AMI ITS VUIMTV, J f \ N* the su’ ject < the oppression* yet rser.'.i»d tl**-* Negroes of the Colonies. the ar-u Ctiililren. intended io de'dvovd Mr (> LOR OF. tj RSON. the Li the > UI. INSTITUTION. 40, VILLE-STUEKT, THIS MORNINti (Monday), •
14 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HAY. SOLD AUCTION, WEDNE/DAY •he 16*b August. 1807. «• LYSTE ( VJiltosrn) 00 Cockaofprime *-el' i-e Sold Lota nccoirmo-hite Purchasers,

HAY. SOLD AUCTION, WEDNE/DAY •he 16*b August. 1807. «• LYSTE ( VJiltosrn) 00 Cockaofprime *-el' i-e Sold Lota nccoirmo-hite Purchasers,

Sale to commence Twelve n’Ch rk. P. LAWLER, Auctioneer, SG. Henry-street,
14 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
V I* Doctor Price vaernev for an* A’pp/eniica. V/anicd alo Gentleman who has from Ittar Bye years served. Apply lo

V I* Doctor Price vaernev for an* A’pp/eniica. V/anicd alo Gentleman who has from Ittar Bye years served. Apply lo

3, Harcourt*p!ace, lower Street,
14 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TORY OFFICIALS.

TORY OFFICIALS.

There is no concealing the fact that every successive Liberal government that late days has assumed the reins of power, from the accession of Canning to office, down to the present hour, has, to a certain extent, attempted to play the game of conciliation, and that in every inst
14 August 1837 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GLAMORGANSHIRE,

GLAMORGANSHIRE,

Talbot Guest, Adare, . %» Two 6rst returned. FLINTSHIRE. Glynn • • V Mostyn (L.^ The former returned. Lib. Con. 0 2 I 1 1 0 0
14 August 1837 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

The elegiac verses from our friend the County Down are ill-sustained and unequal; they are, besides, a trifle too lengthy. Twenty stanzas are rather a damper to many welldisposed readers, and might well have been condensed; however, as there is some good poetry among them, we sh
14 August 1837 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHANCERY IlUCir WALLACE, TJURSUANTtothc Plaintiff; Decree of her Ma- Marqvis of DOST GALL, \jcsty’s Court of Chancery and several Others,

CHANCERY IlUCir WALLACE, TJURSUANTtothc Plaintiff; Decree of her Ma- Marqvis of DOST GALL, \jcsty’s Court of Chancery and several Others,

in Ireland, made in this Defendants. Cause, bearing date the sth day of June, 1837 I hereby require all Persons having Incumbrances specifically charged upon the Annuity of XlO,OOO year in the pleadings mentioned, reserved to the defendant, the Marquis of Donegall, prior to Inde
14 August 1837 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTRY RESIDENCE, One Mile and Quarter from Belfast, TO be LET, or the Propiietor will Sell his Interest in the

COUNTRY RESIDENCE, One Mile and Quarter from Belfast, TO be LET, or the Propiietor will Sell his Interest in the

Lease. There are about 20 Statute Acres of good LAND, with a HOUSE andjGARDEN, fit for the reception of a respectable Family. JTWFurchascr may have the CROP at a Valuation, and inuDedußc possession cun had. r / Apply at the Office of this Paper. Belfast, 12th August, 1837.
14 August 1837 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MID DL ESE X ELECT lON

MID DL ESE X ELECT lON

MID ESE ELECT lON After declaration the poll Monday, Mr. came forward, amid tmich cheering and uproar, and addressed the elector* as follows;—(ientlcinen, 1 entreat you to give me patient hearing for the last speech 1 shall ever a<ldress you from these hustings—it shall not ;i lo
14 August 1837 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Marquess of Waterford arrived in Limerick on Monday.

The Marquess of Waterford arrived in Limerick on Monday.

The Lord Bishop of Killaloc has armed at the Sec-house, Killal«>e, from Dublin. The Lord Bishop of Clogher indisposed. Lord and Lady Lyndhurst were expected to return from Paris on Tuesday, and then set out for Baden-Baden. late Duchess ok St. Albans. —The first indication of il
14 August 1837 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland