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Unreserved •Auction

Unreserved •Auction

OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE of everj-descnption, Books, Bate, Mitcben, tod Pantry Requisites, Office Fixtures, sJ. &cJ JOSEPH MAfSHAL will peremptorily Sell Auction, ou FmDAM, the 25th day of August Instant, at RowHouJe, Arthur’s-Row, ENNIS, a Set of DinnernbieC Parlour Chairs, Pedes
23 August 1837 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
Provincial Bank

Provincial Bank

Ditto New City of Dublin Steam Co. Ditto, Scrip, Patriotic Assurance Company National Assurance Company Hibernian Bank,., .t.. . National Bank
23 August 1837 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
order to save the grains, it will be

order to save the grains, it will be

reap die corn hefore the straw wholl When corn is ripe, tbs grain is ready to d of its husk. Agitating die straw will This agitation may arise either front the « in the art reaping. The loss grain see by the wind is sometimes very great I wind shook oat, throughout Scotland, bus
23 August 1837 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
vate life and pab ic AI wjth occupies our attention t^. e * nn)eilt y t it has been matter

vate life and pab ic AI wjth occupies our attention t^. e * nn)eilt y t it has been matter

of deep and brought before the public frequently and fully to any novelty, in such various forms, that there eral of a j. whatever other interest may ® platform of temperance advocafe of the cause to secure the f resectable and intelligent persons are generally b one of unmixod
24 August 1837 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
to 45. that is. su/ij-itiH? Mi llibars out tlie 15'J I sentatives of English Counties, will not suffer themseUes ait

to 45. that is. su/ij-itiH? Mi llibars out tlie 15'J I sentatives of English Counties, will not suffer themseUes ait

their powerful constituencies to put down and nullifiei handful of Iri hmen, who have sworn hatred to their persons and destruction their Institutions, f'e laugh, therefore, at the threats of the delegates of Papist Priests and Radical disturbers. England and her Queen are combi
22 August 1837 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
FURTHER PARTICULARS.

FURTHER PARTICULARS.

Only one Gentleman, a member of the Stock Exchange, has met with a fatal accident. In defiance of all entreaties to the contrary, he jumped overboard ; he was, however, immediately picked up and conveyed to the Hit and Miss public-house, where every attention was paid him, and a
22 August 1837 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
BIRTH.

BIRTH.

On the 14i!i instant, at Montpelier Parade, the Lady of Charles Hunt, E?q., of Tandragee, of son.
22 August 1837 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

[.MR. W. D. TIEXDEUSOX’S WEEKLY CIRCULAR.] BELFAST, Friday, August IB.—We have had fine weather for the country all week. The harvest may be expected to commence within ten days ; and, it is generally admitted, that the appearance of the crops has not been surpassed in any forme
22 August 1837 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
The Elections are now over; and whatever may the loss of Conservative Members the South of Ireland, Conservatism has made

The Elections are now over; and whatever may the loss of Conservative Members the South of Ireland, Conservatism has made

there a valuable gain the awakened interest of the Protestant Gentry, and in the deep conviction which has now length been forced upon them, that a Roman Catholic cannot faithfully exercise, or safely possess the elective franchise; and, consequently, that the Protestant landlor
26 August 1837 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
TO HER MAJESTY ADELAIDE THE QUEEN DOWAGBB,

TO HER MAJESTY ADELAIDE THE QUEEN DOWAGBB,

Madam, We, the Bishop and Clergy of Down and Connor, desire to avail ourselves of this our earliest opportunity, when we are visitation assembled, for expressing to your Majesty our feelings of respectful and affectionate sympathy the loss which your Majesty has recently experie
26 August 1837 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland