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QUEEN ELIZABETH'S STOCKINGS.

QUEEN ELIZABETH'S STOCKINGS.

?-L;Erlll, ?? ,2 7Z7 ' arah Rcvr W55 in-licted for stealing a pair of silk hose, value DOxt-Coernmon Scrjcait :-I sce, risadan), by the depositions that you state tse stockings are more than 3C0 years old?- lvitness -_.y Lord, they worn once the property of Eliza- betb, Queen of
29 August 1837 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY. PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES. n ar Office. Aug, Regiment Dragoon Guard* —Cornet K. J. Power It? Lieutenant, purchase, vice

THE ARMY. PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES. n ar Office. Aug, Regiment Dragoon Guard* —Cornet K. J. Power It? Lieutenant, purchase, vice

Kenyon, who retires; li. Kemvn, Gent, Cornel by parch ace, vice Power. Scots Fusdeer Guards—T. H. Powell, Gent to be Ensign and Lieutenant, purcbace, vice Tolleinache, who retires. Ist Regiment of Fool—En*ign Edward Robert Werherull lieulenant, vice Bridgvß who rejin s ; Kusign
29 August 1837 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
PROMOTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS,

PROMOTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS,

H. Seale to the San Josef. Chaplains—Rev, J. Marshall lo the Pique; Rev. J. Conker to the Donegal. Surßeon - P. Comrie to the Hercules. Mutes—E. D. Asbe to the Excelleul; J. Paul, Courcy, and B. Cator, lo tbe Alligator. Second Master—G. J. Hodges to the Snrncen. Assistant Surgeo
29 August 1837 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
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
 
V' V 830) Earl of QUEEN AND THE QUESI dreg to she Q teen, may be , war thlereneet (Pesos

V' V 830) Earl of QUEEN AND THE QUESI dreg to she Q teen, may be , war thlereneet (Pesos

the we A meeting. ronvoue,l by t h e Me whatever nob Ind with Aimed t* bal.' in the Cowl. 9sr Briton but will glory he htt. to e"Putial tiii4 that drew* of Ilion t s she throne of %prim /N . 4;m ... al i not *l out in a {dress of n lolebco to the tea "' 1 " 1 "'" her recent rh ,
30 August 1837 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
iiaante.

iiaante.

WANTED, TWO APPRENTICE&fi/r'TrH OLE SALE and RETAIL GROC/?R’.J Establishment. Refer to the Office of this paper. Belfast, 21st August, 1837. 669
31 August 1837 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern 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
 
EUUOPKAIV COMdIIEbS.

EUUOPKAIV COMdIIEbS.

A European Congress continues to spoken likely to meet for the purpose of considering the situation of Southern Europe. This great measure has long been foreseen, and if all that said of Italy were to be realised, we should see the Congresses Trappau and revive, with respect the
30 August 1837 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland