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el .use and lilt* t«-ial abolition of

el .use and lilt* t«-ial abolition of

a-bead of ministers, l.ieli tbey vrill cel ...dy if the libei.il pirly insist tin -, no. .mg dir.etly up. them: but the md Dtss i tiis ..gicc vitb. to the or l«» the only arr.mg those wlncli is practicalde at present, and wait lor the sounder jninei;..es, until the public mind i
24 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMllTlls.

IMllTlls.

In I'pimt tlu* lail) illiain Allman, Kmj. . .M. I)., tin- uivri 'ii) I )iililin, dauKht<-r. in->t.uit. at I, l{iillan«i '•jiiart*, the llunniahlc Mr*, liaruewnll. of *«*n and h«*ir. ll>t!i iiotant. hnni', tin* lady of llmry 11. lilakc, Knj., .l*., ot a dau^iiiei.
24 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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r .1 , of Ir. .f 1... N ill . ; I ‘.l ;e ■ r

.1 , Ir. .f 1... ill . I ; ■ t:i_• s. r > it*. *. ror» I. .• lu t!: • u . ■ ii* h. Mr. itul » la- i » wa. !i ullv riit liv nil Oi.n fai- |iua!ii*..tiun. . II t. iul«L* of cvj».*.liu- Mr. .Marts sec I. uu.l vv.ii t';; ..r aiv-cjil • latioii.” JI I. .M . .Hr • jm.* t. 11 .:■! v. .1
24 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
■ , * ARMY A court, martnl « 1( , , SeoU Fusilier Guards, who j- °'' * grounds of

■ , * ARMY A court, martnl « 1( , , SeoU Fusilier Guards, who j- °'' * grounds of

Buclingham X, ?' 1 sentenced to be .heft ; but will be commuted traD.port.tion 1 On the accession of William IV .h, tence for trivial offences received hoped that the accession of «». graced with similar boon. ure | . j* "““Wfcn, forgotten to draw the attention of HIII '‘“•a! GJ
24 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOUTH AMERICA,

SOUTH AMERICA,

Dfclaratiox or War rt Buenos Atres against Peru. —By the ship Bratus, Captain Adams, we hare Buenos Ayres papers to the 271h May. The British Packet of that date contains a declaration of war by the republic of Buenos Ayres against Peru, now under the protection General Santa Cr
24 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

Bt. George’s Hanovcr-square, London, the Hon. A. H. Morton, M.F., Mary Jane M’Donald. niece of tha Duke of Leinster. In Taney Church, Hugh Lcckey, Esq., of RushmilU, to Matilda, rtsughter of George Hutchinson, Esq., of Ballymoney, county of Antrim. August 23, at Kilmiirry Church
24 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JAMES & JOSEPH LYLE Landing, per the Pruviilculia," from l. MEMEL, 300 Pieces CIIOIV.V TIMBER ; tiOO ASK, from 12

JAMES & JOSEPH LYLE Landing, per the Pruviilculia," from l. MEMEL, 300 Pieces CIIOIV.V TIMBER ; tiOO ASK, from 12

tu Feet; GOO PIPE STAVES; Fathomt LATHWOOD. They also have for Sale Tuns Prime OATMEAL, which they can recommend. Newry, Bth August, 1837.
24 August 1837 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
n( uni's.

n( uni's.

uni's. We have received the Paris journals of Saturday, Madrid papers to the 12th, and Barcelona journals i*f the lilh. Very little certain is known, however, either the situation or prospect* the belligerents the Peninsula. Madrid continues great alarm, but that alarm has not be
24 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIED

MARRIED

London. Henry, youngest son of the Hon. C. Tollemache, to Amelia daughter of Sir G. Sinclair. Bart. M. P. On the 15th instant, at Killeiiaule Church, the Rev Christopher Darlev, Hector, Thomas Prince Lloyd, of Ballynennan, count? Tipperarv. Esq. Hester Matilda, youngest daughter
24 August 1837 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORN EXCHANGE, LONDON—AUGUST 21.

CORN EXCHANGE, LONDON—AUGUST 21.

CORN. EXCHANGE, LONDON-AAuGUST 2I mt _ ._L -A -0A -A- 9L~ 1-1. _I ?? . 'The whteat trace Turougnout asat weele, owieg to tie favourable state of the weatber,-was so depressed tbitraaro,7 any sales wete effected, and -most-of the sapply leftover fa, this morning's market, which al
24 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland