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DR. COOKE'S SERMON—THE BELFAST ELECTION.

DR. COOKE'S SERMON—THE BELFAST ELECTION.

DR. ('OOKE'S SFERMON fTlE BELFAST I- I. ElC. E T IO N. fr conseqirenice of a public aninouncement, traide some time ago, that olp Sunday last Dr. Cooke worltd preach a serniou on the subject of the recent Election for this Bo rough, the Preshytei iant( Church of Moy-street was er
22 August 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHAPTER OF SOVEREIGNS.

CHAPTER OF SOVEREIGNS.

CHAPTER OF SOVERtEIGNS. liOM BiWLLIAMa THE CONQUEROR TO l{EII PREtSENT MAJESTV. I-William 'the Conq'ror stout eand bold, From Normandy he came. 2-Next William Rufus, who we're told, War iu New Forest slaiv. 3-Thea Henry came, sirnam'd ` Beau Clerk," He being a scholar bright. 4-H
22 August 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. HOLMES AND MR. BARRET.

MR. HOLMES AND MR. BARRET.

NIP. H1OLMES AND MR. BA.RRETr. TO THE EDITOR OF TliE DUBLIN EVENING PT9O. SIa-In my former communication, I abstained fromn mentioning the particulars of may interviews with Mr. Barrett, and I did so, because I did not feel disposed. unnecessarily, to state any facts that were c
22 August 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BATTLE OF [ill].

BATTLE OF [ill].

BATTLE OF KILLIECRANKIF. Is, sta former notice of Dr. Browne's admirable History of tie Hiighiltds and of the Highland Clans, we inadvert- tI s5taied that the third was the concluding volume, erell the fourth which has not yet been published, is reall O While we correct this erro
25 August 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE VOWS OF MEN.

THE VOWS OF MEN.

TIlE VOWS OF ME.S. DV T. II. CATLY. WiutI; on the sand weno the tide i9 low, Seek the spot when the waters flow ; Whisper a Dame when the storm is heard, l'ale that echo msy catch the word If what you v)rtC on the sand, should last, If e eho is hcard nid the tempest's blast, 17Te
25 August 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REPRESENTATION OF THE QUEEN'S COUNTY.

REPRESENTATION OF THE QUEEN'S COUNTY.

I REPRESENTATIONOF THE QUEEN'S COUNTY. The following letter from one of the rooks who cawed for Shaw and Lefroy, but who wished to spare himself the trouble of cawing for Coote and Vesey '(prdvided he could so without injury to the-cause), appears in the Mail of last night. . The
22 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON POLICE.

LONDON POLICE.

, LONDO? POLICE.. 3ANSIO -HOrSE. , 'A wona.l. aged 77, charged with having picled the pocket of a gentleman ot 'a handkerehief, was plaiced before the bench. Eiery one in the justice room was astonisbed at the accusiation. Te 'crpaiihiint said that he stopped for a mooistt to loo
23 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE-YEsTERDAY. ARRAN QUAY OFF'IC.E SAT.MON FtisHERY IN THE Rivrt.: LIMsY.-Yesterday Mr. Robert \Vordiingtriu appeared before the ringi'strates of th; office to prefer an information against Ml. William HeIVy. of Island M3iidge, ur.der the 4th section of tbe: 17th and l8
25 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
QUEEN'S COUNTY ELECTION.

QUEEN'S COUNTY ELECTION.

QUEEN'S COUNTY ELECTION,. . . . I , I l We published a few days ago a letter addressed by the Rev. J. M'Causland to the editor of theill, in which the writer accused Sir Charles Coot, off want of courtesy-if he did not directly charge hyi with something like treachery to the good
26 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SATUUDAX AUGUST SO, 1891.

SATUUDAX AUGUST SO, 1891.

AUGUST SO, 1891. THE REV. L. J. NOLAN AT CAVAN. (fHOM CORRESPONDENT.) Rev. Gentleman preached at Cavan Church on Sunday evening, before the mostcrowded audience ever witnessed within the wail of that sacred edifice. There was a vast attendance of Roman Catholics on the occasion,
26 August 1837 - Drogheda Conservative Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland