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SWAN BIVXR.

SWAN BIVXR.

Intelligence from the new settlement on the Swan River to the end last March states that the colony was rapidly improving. One communication observes—“ We are, to use a mercantile phrase, full 50 per cent, better than were at this time last year. Our only drawback is the high pr
29 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MINISTERIAL MAJORITY.

THE MINISTERIAL MAJORITY.

The question—what will be the nett majority of Lord Mblboubnk’s Government at the opening of the new Parliament ?—being still differently answered the public journals, deem it our duty to put our readers in possession of the latest information which wc have been enabled to colle
29 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

August *3, St. Owrge’s Church, London, the Rer. Thomas Steele, A.8., oi Edgeworthtovn. to Sophia Ann. daughter of the late Captain Thomas Ward Howard, of the Bengal establishment. August 24, at Kiiockcroghery Church, her uncle, the Rev. T. G. Caulfield, Lucy, eldest daughter the
29 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
, FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

, FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

31 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FRENCH NAVY.

THE FRENCH NAVY.

The Eclaireur ile In Mrdilerranee announces, iu terms nearly official, that the Minister of the Marine has decided to increase the number naval officers of all ranks. According the minister's plan France will always have on the peace establishment ISO ships of different force at
31 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

Ardbossas. A vessel, said to the John, of and from Be hast Barclay, raas'er, for Irvine, ballast, stranded near Irvine bar this morning August), 5, a.m., wH. thick weather. Friday last a hooker proceeding from Cove to hitegate struck on the wreck of the Mary, sunk off Cove and s
31 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Frederick William Hayes and Henry Shaw, both |* Soapalrick, in the county of Dowd, merchants and co. partly heretofore trading at Seapalrick aforesaid, under the mitt firm of Hayes, Shaw, and Co., surrender on the of sty tember and U)th of October.
30 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30. her of cabin and steerage passengers. Captain Stoddart, feeling the responsibility so many lives, determined to put

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30. her of cabin and steerage passengers. Captain Stoddart, feeling the responsibility so many lives, determined to put

into Plymouth, order to replace thuso of his crew who had been killed or injured, and for the purpose of examining his ship more thoroughly, and of making repairs nt may be necessary.
30 August 1837 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
muii, would 1, letter in to bi» elamirr, bare dared tyrant, ( i j bad aliiinet raid in hia den)?

muii, would 1, letter in to bi» elamirr, bare dared tyrant, ( i j bad aliiinet raid in hia den)?

but 1 awaited witb patience result of bia mutiun, and finding coward shrink f:om tbe perTur-1 of bit public and solemn pledge, 1 leel ; myself bound, by determined spirit, of in- | dependence 1 inherit from bold and brave ancestry, call upon you remote my name from your books, t
30 August 1837 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
TEMPLEMOYLE rpHE ANNUAL PUBLIC EXAMINATION of Hie Pupils will he held at ihe SEMINAR Y, on FRID AY, the Ist

TEMPLEMOYLE rpHE ANNUAL PUBLIC EXAMINATION of Hie Pupils will he held at ihe SEMINAR Y, on FRID AY, the Ist

SEPTEMBER next, at II o’clock. order, PITT SKIPTON, Sic. Londonderry, 18th August, 1837. Dinner at Mrs Wylie’s, at half past Six o’clock.
29 August 1837 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland