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Canticjia to tli© Public. TAKE NOTICE, not accnnnta. hie for nny DEBTS by Wile, MARI WALSH, alias HEARNE, hereof. Al-oUke

Canticjia to tli© Public. TAKE NOTICE, not accnnnta. hie for nny DEBTS by Wile, MARI WALSH, alias HEARNE, hereof. Al-oUke

Notice, that there unless niysell, authotised to apply for any debts duo to me. - PATRICK WALSH. Bullindine, August 2Sth, 1837. B3CS.BSS. OTIC K. THE PUBLIC aro reojuKtcJ to take Notice, that, hy an Acl passed In part ol the last Session o I Parliament, must henceforth signed by
29 August 1837 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
THUNDER STORM.

THUNDER STORM.

Mouktrath, 21st August.— Saturday last, I9lh in* slant, about two o’clock, p. m., Ibis town neighbourhood was visited by thunder storm the most sublime, imposing, and terrific, it has ever been my lot witne*«. At « place called the Glebe,* near Ibe chapel of Cnffinrulb, end abou
29 August 1837 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
emergency.

emergency.

The Paris papers are much occupied with discussions on Spanish affairs. Great activity prevails loulon. The small squadron which lately left for the Levant has been recalled. and considerable exertions are making to prepare other ships for sea. We presume that they are destined
29 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTS A SITUATION,

WANTS A SITUATION,

AS an ASSISTANT or TRAVELLING CLERK, in a Mercantile or Manufacturing House, in Belfast, or its neighbourhood, or in Concern the Spirit Tthdc, Young Man, cajwive satisfactory references as to character and He would prefer a situation in Concern in the bus!ness, having h%d consid
29 August 1837 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
trtet) fHacfcrte.

trtet) fHacfcrte.

Cork, Satcbdat, Auc. 26— Grain —The sates this week at our Market were limited to 152 barrel# Wheat. This day’s were- for New Wheat, to per barrel; 201 of Barley, at 10s 3d; and 10s and 1,054 Imrels of Oats, at 10s Id to 9d per barrel. Hay, 365, 43s to 455; Straw, to per ton But
29 August 1837 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ONE THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED ACRES OP

ONE THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED ACRES OP

ARABLE, PASTURE, WOOD, AND MOUNTAIN LAND. The residence replete with comfort, and ample for ail the legitimate desires of a family of high respectability. Nearly the entire Property is irrigated there is an unlimited command limestone, limestone-sand, marie, and turbary ; all th
29 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
QUEEN'S COUNTY ELECTION PETITION. AT Meeting of the Friends of the Honorable THOMAS VESEY, held at Maryborough, on Friday, 2Mb

QUEEN'S COUNTY ELECTION PETITION. AT Meeting of the Friends of the Honorable THOMAS VESEY, held at Maryborough, on Friday, 2Mb

of August, 1837, was proposed by R. H. Stubber, Esq., and by Edmund StaplwTEsq.: That Sir E. D. Borrowrs, Bart, take tbcpCbaif knd same baring been resolved unanimously, '/ Sir E. D. Bobeowes accordingly took the Chair. / was moved R. H. Slubber, Esq.; seconded by George Adair,
29 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NATIONAL TEMPERANCE SOCIETY, On the Principal of Total Abstinence from all Intoxicating Liquors. 'T'EA Party at the Uotundo, WEDNESDAY J.

NATIONAL TEMPERANCE SOCIETY, On the Principal of Total Abstinence from all Intoxicating Liquors. 'T'EA Party at the Uotundo, WEDNESDAY J.

EVENING, August, Seven o’Clock. The Right Hon. Lord Cloncurry will take the It expected that Mr. Dixon, of Abhclcnc, Mr. M'Cluwof Belfast, Mr. Holker, from Birmingham, with several ardent friends of the cause, are to address the meeting, and advocate the principles of this Socie
29 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AMEaiCA.

AMEaiCA.

The American packet Orpheus, which sailed from New York on the Ist of August, has just arrived at Liverpool. She left New York in company with the Shakspeare, which has not yet arrived. We understand that the Orpheus has brought over 3€0.000d5., principally on account of merchan
29 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
»«I!m STOCK*—TUI* w»m.

»«I!m STOCK*—TUI* w»m.

Wed. | Tkurt. H ■ »9l JurwntCoaioU.... y j) cml. stoek » s» Sock. »c«. >»»■• •• W{ per Cent. Deh*.. Bank Stock Royal Canal Stock m Grand Canal Slock Grand C. Debs.. per ct. Ditto, 4 per cent.... .. 4 per Cent. City Debs. | Friday. Smimr. Sktre. Pmd. Per Share. City Comp. '" ? 'l
29 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland