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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
 
Rev. K.- TII.U KERV.' ii-nr,

Rev. K.- TII.U KERV.' ii-nr,

attendant 'tt.'nu'li not numerou« «»« vm rHixcuWo: h.- Pr oftJij »««»•*• Ml«m «* Africa. India, China \> Indian ami >' » /.ca iaufl reported hv Mr. Rr..' dcc-ffe, Iv interertins.'hn.U.f » most encourafing; character estaWiahm, of Auxiliarv Society in Unndalk aat unanimously adop
19 August 1837 - Drogheda Conservative Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
DEALS AND TIMBER BY AUCTION

DEALS AND TIMBER BY AUCTION

DEALS AND TIMBER AUCTION JOSEPH WILSON, SON and CO., will SELL AUCTION, One o’clock, THURSDAY, the inst., the KING’S YARD, North-Wall, the Matihtu, just landed from St. John's, consisting of J 2,00(1 ft. :i inch Deals, I ft. do, .300 ft. do. I, 60<t 10. IS, and ft Plank, Tuns Red
19 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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M/i. snrniFF iF.nrr./is.

M/i. iF.nrr./is. I l»f is the reply of Mr. Sheriff Vkf.vkus resolution the St. Michans Parish Resist rat io.j ('lnh. thanking hi;n for his impartial conduct during the late city election : -, Kildare-place, I4«h August, |.s:t7. Sir - lug acknowledge the receipt of your favour of
19 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Tol. XI. SATURDAY. AUGUST 19. THE ALTAR-PIECE AT THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL, MOOR FIELDS. We nißntionpJ on Tuesday that tliis paintin'; had been exhibited ton few persons; and hnvint; seen it, we may venture to say that it one of tbe finest pieces of fresco now existence in tins country
19 August 1837 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
QUEEN’S COUNTY ELECTION.

QUEEN’S COUNTY ELECTION.

Sir Charles Cimte and Mr. Fitzpatrick have been returned the sitting members for the Queen’s County, the latter by a majority of 49 over the lion. T. Vesey, the Orange candidute. COUNTY KILKENNY ELECTION. Colonel Butler and Captain Bryan have been returned without opposition. th
19 August 1837 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
BORRXSOLE2GH DISPENSARY.

BORRXSOLE2GH DISPENSARY.

consequence of the decease of the late Medical Affl fondant to the Borrisoleigh Dispensary, Physician, or other qualified person, will elected by the Subscribers to fill that situation, on Monday, the 21st instant, at Borrisoleigh. Applicants either to attend person, send their
19 August 1837 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
A MAN SHOT.

A MAN SHOT.

MAN SHOT. In oui J l««» elated iliet man U.| |„. eliut attack un the houea of a n. lh . Wright, but ive w ere misinformed to u, uircuinstanues, wiiii are a« fulluvre; About o’clock Saturday the Bandui. coach was leaving ihillineen j" way to Uunmanway. A inan named Al Uir took hie
19 August 1837 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
j MOW. ‘TUI I. WM TIIL« rUID. "ATU Thrc« for Cent v 9!I 2 Three Half Stocks 91$! B*4 935j

j MOW. ‘TUI I. WM TIIL« rUID. "ATU Thrc« for Cent v 9!I 2 Three Half Stocks 91$! B*4 935j

Ditto Kecluced Ditto New, I | |>crcent Dctw. !i|J| 9l| !»2 Tank lyy; I9*ij Royal Catial Stork.. Grand al 510ck.,.,.,^. Grand C. 1> t. tent. BH| ti-aml C‘. I». 4p. jyj., Hdierninn liau. ~ Minitig Co. of Irpl.iml -.1- Dii-'lin Railroad,,^.^.^.. Kailroail..^.^.^^, al Tank I’atrioti
19 August 1837 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEVVRY EXAMINER

THE NEVVRY EXAMINER

v to the Kilkenny Constituency. It worthy tiu* t'iine he aeouired, by the clearness of his views, the soundness of his principle*, and the unim•■••aeh ible integrity his couduct:— can only attribute such an act of kindness to the noble *icnerasity *»f t!ic* Iri-ii character, to
19 August 1837 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland