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If there be *o many shades of opinion on political subjects, how was it possible that, regards rcli{'ion, the most

If there be *o many shades of opinion on political subjects, how was it possible that, regards rcli{'ion, the most

important of all subjects, there should not differences of belief; therefore, let the members the establishment exert themselves in making not in condemning those who differed from them in their inodes worship, lie who separated from the church in consequence of conscientious be
23 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A young lady, aaid to very highly connected, and great personal attraction* and accomplishments, willshortl} mukeher fim appearance at the

A young lady, aaid to very highly connected, and great personal attraction* and accomplishments, willshortl} mukeher fim appearance at the

Strand Theatre, in an entirely new drama, called The JJlintl Father, or the Peasant Marchioness, written eip»e*sly for her by the ingenious and indefatigable MonetUff, own melancholy fate (nearly complete of vi-ion) has, it is reported, inducer him to work a drama of deep sympat
23 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.

TO LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. WANIED Family or Gentleman’s Washing, by a Laundress, having large Drying Grounds &c. Every Article will be got up in the neatest tmn/er very low terms. The highest teference will be giwn. j Address note to A. U. at the Office of Saundcck’s News-Letter, whic
23 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DAILY FROM DUBLIH TO LIVERPOOL.

DAILY FROM DUBLIH TO LIVERPOOL.

H MAJESTY’S MAIL STEAM PACKET^ Lieutenant To»n!ev, N., Ccmtwandipg.XM LUCIFER, Lieutenant Phillips. N.. Commanding. URGENT. Mr. Emer-nn. N, Commnding, SHEARWATER. Mr. Smithrtt, R. N., Commanding. Start from KINGSTOWN for LIVERPOOL. Esery Afternoon, at h iif-past Five o'Cloek. A
23 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CAIILOW ELECTION’

CAIILOW ELECTION’

GOVERNMENT INQLIRT INTO MR- CONDUCT. On Thursday last, Major Holmes and Joseph Greene, Esq., R.M., commenced their inquiry into the charges preferred by Captain Vignolles against Mr. Gleeson, in private room in the court-house. The proceedings are conducted with strict privacy,
22 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
areas follow

areas follow

a. d. CaMn Passengers, ... 0 Children of auto under 10 years of age, ... 0 6 Servants. ... ... ... 0 10 6 Four-wheeled Carriage, ... ... 2 0 Two ditto ditto, ... .. Howe, ... ... ... 10 0 Dog. ... ... ... 0 2 6 Command the Lords Commissi tners of the Admiralty. EDWARD CHAPPELL,
22 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A GREAT BARGAIN

A GREAT BARGAIN

TO SOLD, y The property of a Lady having disposed of her gone to Wale-, £ A Phaeton and Harness for one two hor*e*f go-*d o-rier. Left with her machm m, and o be *een street, opposite Buy Factory, from ten to six eaci d«y until 'uld. ''i ?*. For sale, Dycer’* He;>.<viiory. Sie.
22 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DONNVBROOK FAIR.

DONNVBROOK FAIR.

PADDY KEI.I.V 1 PA RTICULARI.Y requests early his Friends and Supporters at the Brook, Day (Saturday). SIGN OF THE THREE BALLS, Left hand side of Dame street, DONNYBROOK. Pli w i i'A N I’ RPU A N SOU! iC, UPPER SACKVILLE-STREET. . General Meeting <•!' the Subscribers and Friends
26 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Berwick -up-

Berwick -up-

Tweed—' lie lines, William, U. Beverley—llogg,J W.,' I’ox,G. Lane 1 I.i'.niijgliam—Al’/.voo::, 1., Scholtfiehl, .1. Blackburn—Turner W., •Ficlden, W 1 Bodmin—\ ivian, C.C. Spry, Sir S.T. »lton—Ainsworth, Peter, *' i«ow ling !>ost>'<n—'Duke, Sir Jas.. J.C. 1 l-ndford—LlsteV L.C.,
26 August 1837 - Tuam Herald - Tuam, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
‘Slir ettam IT AM IM.TI'V Sl-.SSIONS

‘Slir ettam IT AM IM.TI'V Sl-.SSIONS

‘Slir AM IM.TI'V Sl-.SSIONS M.'cistratcs attending, Jarr.cs Kinvan, I'-q., Clanlcnficld, James Lynch , Wiudficld, aiul Michael Ikmiiiuham, 'j., Ihlmount. NVilliam iiKjeut con»|Jaiued against Roger Fordo, for imprisonment dclainiu-; liis elulhes. From ilie evidence it appeared tha
26 August 1837 - Tuam Herald - Tuam, Galway, Republic of Ireland