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Tim georoe IV.,

Tim georoe IV.,

STEAM-PACKET, CAPTAIN PARSONS, leave WARRENPOINT for LIVERPOOL, SATURDAY, inst., at TWELVE o'Cluch, Yuan. For Freight, &c., apply to THE ST. GEORGE STEAM-PACKET COMPANV, Clarence Dock, Liverpool; LEONARD WATSON, Warrcnpoint; or GODFREY S & JOHNSTON, Newry, August 15, 1837. " ri<
17 August 1837 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
MUNKY.

MUNKY.

WANTED, THE sum ,£*2 so, Annuity, at Eighr nftr Cent., payable in Dublin quarterly, or half as agreed upon ; the security is unquestionable.^ Any person having the above sum to dispose oCw»ll ple«se to address 0., Annuitant, at the Office ol Saunders’s News-Letter, on or before
18 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GENERAL E!.ECXION—IKKLAND,

GENERAL E!.ECXION—IKKLAND,

Gain (i* the C'»n%«r*ati»e* I Loss the Consersatives. Antrim ... 1 j Dublin ... 2 Coleraine ... I Belfast ... 2 ... I : Carlow Cunniy ... Tralee ... Town ... Kerry ... I ! Cork County ... 1 Dungannon ... , Kinsale ... ... Youp.al ... i | !.org'or(t ... 2 , Queen*# County ... j S
19 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTED,

WANTED,

lan 'red Pound*, »ar th»c.» ymr*, for trl.icli i In uij lire will l»t* iunded o»c*r jp ••rci *ov J \ rir»2>rc* .-n -ri!i •'id cirnt* » sif-iftie, t-i Lt*». A e Lady «r couple, who wi I ad* *ncc the irey, wen; Lodging*, or Lodging, wi.. wi.h very advent are <M, and other *i*ds?**
19 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOR SALE

FOR SALE

Igne’s Uepository. I, Weilington-quay, ( Oppo-itn the Mctal-hridge). rj dark Morse, ‘lands 15 3 high. aril fu ly fi »ne with any i good roadster, got Young Cockahoop, oi* Sr.od-mao mare; well calculated lor a charger, fur vr.i's • M. sou id. I’he above Hors* subject the opinion
19 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SALE mis CUI'NTV DUBLIN. Of Furniture. Cliim. and Deiff, « Travelling Chariot. rc» of horse trre*», Gi{i, Car, and capital

SALE mis CUI'NTV DUBLIN. Of Furniture. Cliim. and Deiff, « Travelling Chariot. rc» of horse trre*», Gi{i, Car, and capital

a Ilattma. tr-o Ponies, one bay /he other «. bite, >d Ruadsterv, and trained to sinsfe or Rouble hi«rnesf. a beautiful ima'l Orkney P«iojf with Side Saddle* «nd Bridles. Cart and a choice Mihh Cow, a small Punt, Metal •Stove, large Saddle and Bridle, Garden and Dairy I’tenvJs, a
21 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSEHOLD FUIINI 1 UUE,

HOUSEHOLD FUIINI 1 UUE,

A Piano forte, Clemen'i, t)ffice Table, Desk* Chairs. Stove, twenty piece* Fort itnre Calco, about *»0 r'ire specimens in Currchologv, &c. f r I fe SOLD AUCTION, f. August the *_ , *2d, 1837, ai d folio ing dw, Public Sj'e-roi m. ID. RMON V. variety of excellent Household Furnit
21 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GR A NBY- ROW, RU I*L AN D-SQUA RE

GR A NBY- ROW, RU I*L AN D-SQUA RE

GR A NBY- ROW, RU I*L AN D-SQUA [! h«* L witli or «ithmit Fine, \cry lloti«e, newly painted and pape’ed, and the most complete order, containini* four rooms six Bedchambers, Kitchen, . er».\nts’ Apartment*, I’.ntries Garden, Conch liou e, Stibling for lock-up Yard, Pump, &c. Cons
21 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON. AUGUST 15. THE FUNDS. Cttv. T* rsoAT, IlAtr-rAST Ore —The tendency of the C i sol Market is improved, end money continues abund-

LONDON. AUGUST 15. THE FUNDS. Cttv. T* rsoAT, IlAtr-rAST Ore —The tendency of the C i sol Market is improved, end money continues abund-

LONDON. AUGUST 15. THE FUNDS. Cttv. T* rsoAT, Ore —The tendency of the sol Market improved, end money continues abund- •vm-.in will,in nifl* of quomiions, ■,>* ,uijn is untirponant. Gital West. «.”« t* pm., and Ninth Midland par to 1 pm— Gternnitli are 7 lo dis.. and Souiharopton
18 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
as a fanatical alarmist.” We confess, if we did not think that these fears were in some degree at least

as a fanatical alarmist.” We confess, if we did not think that these fears were in some degree at least

feigned, should regard him precisely under that aspect. it is, we think him much less of fanatic than he appears. There is rather too much method in his madness not to induce a suspicion that some of it assumed. We doubt, in trutn, whether there one person the three kingdoms who
18 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland