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CHANCERY. Ponne’.lan, and o'linrs I’Uir.liff-. Tjynch, and otlln'., Jletei'dan's. IUnsVAXT in 'll? made thi« f'an«e. b-.rn» Date !7di Payot A\.

CHANCERY. Ponne’.lan, and o'linrs I’Uir.liff-. Tjynch, and otlln'., Jletei'dan's. IUnsVAXT in 'll? made thi« f'an«e. b-.rn» Date !7di Payot A\.

1537. ,* 1 hereby leqn'ne all I’.rsi.ns bavins Incuinbranre. the HAG LASS, in Hie |»' 10. o* ; they ,11 p.ecluded the benvfi said Pecree. jja.ed tins 2d Day August, William Abbott. Plaintiff'* Solicitor, No. i, old Uonnniek Streei, Dublin,
16 August 1837 - Galway Patriot - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
HORR.'BLE MURDER.

HORR.'BLE MURDER.

Last night Mr. Hatch, a gentleman residing in or near Duleek, (about eighteen miles from Dublin), left his house to meet tbe mail coach from Dublin, from whence he expected to meet a friend, where be was brutally murdered, and, aa we are informed, burned. Mr. Hatch was Protestan
16 August 1837 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
RECOVERY OF TITHE.

RECOVERY OF TITHE.

We have great pleasure calling the attention o the Clergy to an act passed at the close of the last scs sion, which cannot fail to render their incomes more productive from 10 to 20 per cent., than they have been for the last three.years; and we will not conceal the fact that to
16 August 1837 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
COIIK CITY ELECTION. tli« U>t night'* pull lli* rmlicil inujoriiy »va» avrollfd tu3'JB:ih« iiainbvr* llieH bring for L<*yc*<t«r 1220; for

COIIK CITY ELECTION. tli« U>t night'* pull lli* rmlicil inujoriiy »va» avrollfd tu3'JB:ih« iiainbvr* llieH bring for L<*yc*<t«r 1220; for

Chatter* ton. for U)*«uii*h, 1348, and for CaU l.igli*n 1540. obtain Ihi* majority the iiu»t profligate and illegal meant liar* bean rit'ployrJ. The aabbath which inlereened bat'.vren the of nuiuination and lha fint day of polling, wa», for eleclionaaring puipotat, Oraeorated a
16 August 1837 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE QUEEN’S COURT.

THE QUEEN’S COURT.

The Queen gave audiences on Monday to Lord Melbourne, the Earl ol Albemarle, the Earl of Munster, and the Marquis of Conyngham. Her Majesty gave audience Sunday to Viscount Melbourne.— The Queen gave audience also on Saturday to Lord Hill.
16 August 1837 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
NAPLES.

NAPLES.

Extract of letter from Naples, dated 31st July : Tlie cholera, though little better, is still raging very badly in Naples ; hundreds daily dying of it, many of the Neapolitan nobility ; and amongst the English, Mr. Aldridge Busby, Lady Elenor Butler, sister of the Marquis of Orm
16 August 1837 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE COLLEGE OF THURLES.

THE COLLEGE OF THURLES.

Under the patronage and special protection of the a Most Reverend Dr. Slattery, A.B. S Will be opened on the Ist Sept. next. THIS course of will comprise, Fnglish, Latin, Greek, French, Italian, Rhetoric, History, Geography, ancient and modern Use (ho Globes. Arithmetic, tok-K.c
16 August 1837 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
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[SUBSCRIPTIONS TO BE PAID KERRY (FROM O’CONWBLI’R At tit o’clock on Saturday evening jpe for the County terminated —and we' Rut the cause reform has suffered in tho«OTMA«> A liberal candidate has been unseated ,. Stages or thk Poll this daY.—O’Connells 69 Mullins. 60; Blennerhasi
16 August 1837 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
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16 August 1837 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH ELECTIONS.

THE IRISH ELECTIONS.

THE FREEMAN'S JOURNAL. DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1837. . THE IRISH EL SCTIONS. Our columns this day present a splendid series of triumphs. In Wexford and Rosscommon the faction retreated without firing a shot. . In the Queen's County, in Tipperary and Weatmeath they have been
16 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland