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Falsehood, palpable falsehood, reiterated again and again, in utter recklessness of refutation, and in the L> I arc'of noonday-truth, forms

Falsehood, palpable falsehood, reiterated again and again, in utter recklessness of refutation, and in the L> I arc'of noonday-truth, forms

still the staple of Tory* The Ministry have pained in Ireland ; the friends uf the Queen's Government there have been returned Parliament, in many instances, vast majorities; and it serves the purposes of faction, to represent this proof of the determination of the Irish people
22 August 1837 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
c Ending August 19,

c Ending August 19,

22 August 1837 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MAKKIED,

MAKKIED,

On the I' th inst., in Dromorc Church, by the Her. J. Lewis. Mr. Richard Amuld, of C«rtciiaii, Lluj, cldcsi daughter .dr. Janies Flack, of Culsarrel. th» the ai»i insi., at Cammoney. the Rer. Mr. Din. Mr. John Bell, of BallycraiKey, to Margaret, daughter of Mr. Robert Oilfllian.
22 August 1837 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BAMVSZ. FZXrZSTON

BAMVSZ. FZXrZSTON

Will SELL by AUC TION, at Brtcnri. near Too me, at TWEL VE o clock, on the 26th day of Septem- ber next. \BOUT 40,000 TREES, chiefly Larch and Scotch Fir, Ash, Alder, Beech, and Sallow. They arc about 30 years planted, remarkably well jfrqyn for the lime, very straight, and well
22 August 1837 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
been there. Bat the position in which stood e» nation, prequired that even/ loser of country should express thecouvic.. tion

been there. Bat the position in which stood e» nation, prequired that even/ loser of country should express thecouvic.. tion

of his mind relation to the duties he °" » “J* I*'” 1 *'” himself at such crisis. He felt that debt of gra I the present government. Had they not improved tlm representation of the country, and lessened the public burdens ? Had they not removed the guilt and stain of slavery fro
22 August 1837 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BUTTER TRADE.

BUTTER TRADE.

TO THE MEMBERS OF THE BUTTER TRADE CORK’ are, with few exceptions, Reformers, the declared votaries of that principle which has for its object improvement, leading to the approach, if not attainment, of perfection. With the conviction that much refprro in your important Trade ca
22 August 1837 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HAY. OATS, AND BARLEY.

HAY. OATS, AND BARLEY.

rotw SOLD by AUCTION, (lie Land, of Ai.:' GOBBIS’, opposite the Old Ca«tle, and adjoining Mr Lawless’s Cottage, TU-MORROW (Wodhes day), the day of August, for Non-payment ofintent, 40 Cocks Prime Upland Hay, acres of and Aftergrass. reserve possib’e. ~ WILLIAM DOUGALL, Auctiontc
22 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
‘iiV.il. J AMES & JOSEPH LYLE 4KR I.mding, per the Pruvidtnlia," fruro .MEMEL, Pieces CROWN TIMBER: / PLANK, from I'2

‘iiV.il. J AMES & JOSEPH LYLE 4KR I.mding, per the Pruvidtnlia," fruro .MEMEL, Pieces CROWN TIMBER: / PLANK, from I'2

lu Feel; / 000 PIPE STAVES; 4 Fathoms. LATHWOOD. they have for Sale 50 Tons Prime OATMEAL, which they can recommend Newry, Bth August, 1837. <jrunp«»v«lcr, preserving sugars, vinegar. Teas, &c. ItGl2 SCOTT V Has just Lauded, and olTers for Sale, CANISTERS of IMGOU'S & WILKS' SPO
22 August 1837 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
PRICE OF IRISH STOCKS.

PRICE OF IRISH STOCKS.

Bank Stock Irish 3 per Cent. Consols Gov. Deb., .‘H per Cent Do. Stock, per Cent Do. New, per Cent Grand Canal Deb., 4 per Cent. Do. do, per Cent. Royal Canal Stock Grand Canal Slock Saturday. 9IJ 92 991
22 August 1837 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES.

THE EDITOR THE TIMES. Sir, —F.rer since the Recession of the present Ministers office, tl»e prospect nn Appeal to the people the House oi Lord* has been held a c-mtior.ary menace that house, and Hie electors hate been excileu and Implored those Ministers and their friends to retu
22 August 1837 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland