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THE NAV

THE NAV

AprorNTMENTs. —Captain John Toup Nicolas and Lieutenant George Leary, to tbe llcrculee; Comniaadrr C. H. Seale, the Ordinary at Plymouth ; Mesara. and Geo. M. Cunningham, mates, to the ISvitaonta; Mr. C. E. Molloy, mate, to the Kdinhurgh Mr. Michael mate, to the Alligator; Mr. T
25 August 1837 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Vol. XXXIII.—No. 5,090.] STATE OP TRADE. (From the Dublin Mercantile Advertiser.) AVc mav at length, with some degree of confidence, „r tulate the mercantile world at the advance which . '’taken place in almost all our manufacturing dis■rit and in every description of trade. We h
23 August 1837 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
VARIETIES.

VARIETIES.

Orinmnl Anecdote —An Irish officer of distinction attended a ball, but was not proficient in dancing as in the use of his sword. While standing up in a cotillon, his partner called his attention to a young man opposite, who had previously exhibited much skill dancer, in the act
23 August 1837 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NATIONAL TRADES* POLITICAL UNION. The usual weekly meeting of this body took place on Tuesday night at the Corn Exchange.

NATIONAL TRADES* POLITICAL UNION. The usual weekly meeting of this body took place on Tuesday night at the Corn Exchange.

Mr, Edward Brennan in the Chair. EXPULSION Bill. BUTIIVEN. Mr. Keatinge proposed the following resolution: —** That we consider the recent communication of Mr. E. Ruth von as beneath the notice of the National Trades’ Political Union, and worthy only of our contemptuous silence;
26 August 1837 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Tlie Echo de la Chnrente relates tliat last week boy, only 14 years old, was tending some cattle in the

Tlie Echo de la Chnrente relates tliat last week boy, only 14 years old, was tending some cattle in the

pastures near Angouleme, when he was attacked by wolf, and would liavc been devoured but for the defence of two of his oxen, which, seeing their guardian torn down, ran to his assistance, and with their horns drove his ferocious assailant away, and by their roarings called some
26 August 1837 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE IRISH COL'RT. , , f.iHowiii"' .lUtin-uisl-ol personages dined with a. the Viceregal Lodge, on Thors- .. otpnov the Ambassador

THE IRISH COL'RT. , , f.iHowiii"' .lUtin-uisl-ol personages dined with a. the Viceregal Lodge, on Thors- .. otpnov the Ambassador

from the Sublime • e' A : Salame, the Duke and dm Ihtrl and Co.n.tess of ALT . • - L ; ! lord Folov, the Hon. S. Chichester, Tenipieinor*, , riir Veevers , shoritf Bryan, the Lord AUyor. V !, "Dro™nond, Colonel ami M.s Henry V.';'"'. ' l‘\lrs S. White and Miss Rothes the ....y-v
28 August 1837 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
• I .. ,\ » I' & . —_ VARIETIES. forced br 1 (from tht Mark Lant Ezprtti.) p, YANKEE

• I .. ,\ » I' & . —_ VARIETIES. forced br 1 (from tht Mark Lant Ezprtti.) p, YANKEE

CONNUBIALITIE We many proofs of the rigid r ®". power . j t seldom with trade like that of grain, influenced ======== THE FOUR CAPUCHINS OF NAPLES. PhiMphia Police Presbyterians during the period of tb much individual feeling, that unanimous opimon can aucrrosTMT. ,>-o. vss„ri,.
28 August 1837 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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FS—Ai'srsx IS

0 to -j" fi :!8 •J i> to i;» / 1 I t> 0 - 0!» 0 Iso ;> to "'t I i f £ i o 0 to 0 « to (> » 7 to 7 _> 5.J 0 0 i to Jescription coaling in ; > notice the vr.’no of nnes at per ewf. last neck, at from 83* Us hare been bought 10* to Vis. sti np OTiC; oats Oil! 11l per lirl ; here tt
23 August 1837 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
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23 August 1837 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
PRETENDED MURDERS.

PRETENDED MURDERS.

TliPre uo tralli in report of man muidored near Nuwport, reinruing from last count) election. Thu statement of tlio Standard, lint a woman named llowiigau died fiij.-|,t > Ji, cunsoquence of the aianner in wliieli her boon bsa'en, i» totally wilbout foumlatioD. Theia was in llio
23 August 1837 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland