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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

-1B I R T [IL.. on the 14th inst. alt Foyle Cottage, the Lady of Charles Obolhertv. Esq. Solieitor, of a daughter. (to the 7th inst. at Hlampton Lodge, near Farrnham, tire L-,Ad Catherine Long, of a son and heir. O; titr 10th ilst. at 18, Stephep's-groen, Dublin, the Lady of tbe
18 August 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST—FRIDAY, AUGUST 18.

BELFAST—FRIDAY, AUGUST 18.

BELFAST'-FRIIJAY,.ATUOUST 18. Arrivnd at A1r..Kerns' Rosl Hotel, on Tuesday, Pri rce Minisceirhi, 11 C(onte Luigi Mirriscalchi, Ciambulane di S. M. C: ?? d'Austriu, arid suite; Counsellor Har. den, Counsellor O'Hngan, Counsellor O'Bourke, Ji bn Wyss, Esq. H. S. Purden, lEsq. G. I
18 August 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FASHIONS AND VARIETIES.

FASHIONS AND VARIETIES.

FASHIONS AND I The Queen took a drive in an open cri Monday afternoon. Her Majesty gave a dinner out fO evening, in the New Palace in St. Jarees'5 ra'zi7o \ Royal Highnesses the Grand Duke and DuchetIf to tbi burg. There were present to meet the Grand oE ofd1 Duchess-tbeir Royal
18 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POL1CE-YESTXRDAY. 4OFA'CE.: - IHinNSky'STE6T O1FI';L.s. . rtr A NAME ?"-,A female, representing the Wf 1A0.t Itle of Lady Frances Mary Catherine Eloisa eriplr ?? ed before the presiding magistrates to corn. apood, Ipear I indignities with which she bad been insulted nsi0 o
15 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FREEDOM OF ELECTION—COUNTY LONGFORD.

FREEDOM OF ELECTION—COUNTY LONGFORD.

(FREEDOM OF ELECTION-COUNTY LONGFORD. I A . . A v .I . ?? One of the pet topics of declamation with the Tory journals is.;what they are pleased to designate. the scandalous interference of the Radicals with'the- freedom of election. On this subject they have rung innumerable chan
19 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION w at o A o ?? LONGFORD ELECTION STATE OF THE POLL YESTERDAY. S. White ?? H...White .. . . 65 Lefroy i . - 442 Fox ?? *- 441 CORK ELECTION. GROSS POLL YESTERDAY AT FIVE O'CLOCK. Barry ?? -1 Roche 13068Q Longfleld . . . 6 King ?? ?? ?? 82i CITY REGISTRY. Yesterday wa
17 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PARLIAMETARY PORTRAITS.

PARLIAMETARY PORTRAITS.

PAELIAMNETARY PO TiIA-TS. _ Il Ma.., eIOAs~E 'TvrB..Mr.HortSe Twiss, member for Y Bridport, was odideriib of the besit-kno*n men ?? the s Tories. This avi ffi te palmy days of that system, vhen Lords Elabni, Ct idsog, and other ultras, :presided over the destinies oft'P' o&ntq It
16 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ELECTIONS.

THE ELECTIONS.

,TSE ELECTIQNS COUNTY ELECTION-TRIUMPH OF Qvoj! coVN, REFORM. Sir Charles Coote and Mr. Fitzpstxickhave been returned trer8 g members for the Queen's County, the latter by a ,jer~ty of 49 over the Hon. T. Vesey, the Orange can. Jidate CoUNTY CORK ELECTION. ~Jessr Barry anti Roche
16 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
to the dogs of Ballyshannim. Finding thrt could not effect an entrance. they polling duos the house, on which the

to the dogs of Ballyshannim. Finding thrt could not effect an entrance. they polling duos the house, on which the

fired put. and wounded one cc snort. Men fired several shots into the barvark., tool completely riddled the broth., is-,vial Non into every pans in the window., mod at random. It witb the greatest the police and Mr. Hector (who was trotter necessity of living in barosek to his l
16 August 1837 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
CHURCH HATES IN ENGLAND.

CHURCH HATES IN ENGLAND.

One of the questions likely to hold a prominent place in the discussions of the new House of Commons is the abolition of Church Rates. Indeed this question, as much jierhaps the Irish Church, may looked upon as the touchstone of the strength of parties in the new Parliament. Alr
21 August 1837 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland