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TIIURSKAY, AIJCHJST 1837.

TIIURSKAY, AIJCHJST 1837.

it kick. A G0,()00 veri/ Superior BRICKS, for Sale, at Momtcaulfield. Apply to CARTER & KNOX. Jtilj, 1837. TO THE INDEPENDENT ELECTORS OF THE IKoroujt'li of Kotvnpatrjtck. Gentlemen, AT the close of the eventful eh-uggle for the independence of your Borough, I return you best th
24 August 1837 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
erick Chronicle.

erick Chronicle.

other things, appoint and declare or enaigni armorial of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, then ihoald be borne eaeoeheoa of pretence, the arau of hit Majeatjr'a dominions in Germanp, ensigned with the electoral bonnet, and that the standard of the said United Kin
23 August 1837 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN, AUGUST 19.

DUBLIN, AUGUST 19.

the Sessions Court tbit week, a considerable portion of time was occupied in the trials of nrioni persons concerned in the riots and attacks upon the bread carts and baskets, which occurred abort time since in different parts of this city. The Crown took the prosecution of the p
23 August 1837 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
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23 August 1837 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ELECTIONS.

THE ELECTIONS.

All over the three kingdoms, elections have been completed, and the general results may thus be fairly stated Out of the members for England a majority against Ministers ... ... ... Out of the members for Scotland a majority for Ministers of ... ... ... ... 15 Out the 105 member
22 August 1837 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
FROM LIVERPOOL,

FROM LIVERPOOL,

FROM LONDONDERRY, rSaU,frovi the (SaUi A „„ a.,r,nce Doct.) Quay, Fou'e-streel J Friday, ‘.sth Aug., 6 o’clock, a.m. Tuwtlay, Aug., o’clock, p.m Friday, Ist Scpf.. clock, am. Tueaday. iWh Aug., o’clock, a m Fridav, Bih Sept. o'clock, p in. ueaday, .ih Sept., loclock, pm Friday,
22 August 1837 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
H|):C Pilfejetitti

H|):C Pilfejetitti

Pilfejetitti IT, S3, o’ The Colonel then rose, and yells of the most fllE IRISH MAJORITY. fiightful description leatilied tlio sympatliy between low Orangeinon Sligo and their representative. After thanking his friends, proceeded to comment the means resorted to on tho other side
23 August 1837 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
Repealer, liasFeleotcd Mr. Hullon, a Piotestunt Dissenter retired trade, and residing near London, connected «itli Idngland family ties, strenuous supporter

Repealer, liasFeleotcd Mr. Hullon, a Piotestunt Dissenter retired trade, and residing near London, connected «itli Idngland family ties, strenuous supporter

of the Union, and not lots remarkable for tlic moderation of his opinions tkun for their liberality and intelligence, and the unflinching firmness with which maintains them. The colleague O'Connell is ns much opposed to Popery as he is attached to civil and religious freedom ; a
26 August 1837 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
J. A. KI UM AX, V.SQ

J. A. KI UM AX, V.SQ

A. KI UM AX, V.SQ On Wednesday ' i-t, ThetUi' Cannon, K>n.. S. M. alt nded re ; i i ol rauiiii tl Magistrates the answi from govern'ncnt. lo llteir application !■' :; loi Ive hail for the above gentleman M h.n c dechned interfering, and merely pointed out course to adopted Mr. Me
26 August 1837 - Tuam Herald - Tuam, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
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26 August 1837 - Tuam Herald - Tuam, Galway, Republic of Ireland