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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
 
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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
 
DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY

DUBLIN POLICE-YESTERDAY ABRAN QUAY OFFICE. PISGRACEiUL Rior AT 'vrTOSEEABTTER -Michael Brady, Thonas Gsairey, Pat ick Lynch, Hugh Newmact, Patrick Smith, senr. (othe'rwise Rorini Hood), Patrick Smith, jun., Dr Bholonmew BHxt r, Bill Biaddets (alias Dolanr), avid ICharles Mullins,
29 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN PETITION—THE RIGHT HON. FREDERICK SHAW.

THE DUBLIN PETITION—THE RIGHT HON. FREDERICK SHAW.

THE DUBLIN PETITION-THE RIGHT HON.: TE FREDERICK SHAW. The Mail says there is a class of persons who ought to be liberal contributors to the petition fund- that is, the registered voters who were absent at the last election; and who, the Mail says, are bound now to aid by their p
30 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ADELPHI THEATIRE, ,EAT BRUN&SWICK.STfkEET ED FOR THE WINTER SEASON. HS Ol 'TllE CELEBRATED MIONSIEUIR PHILLIPPE, rOaM rAnRsS derfrl performances have elicited bursts of W:broae II5Iali tie places where he bad the honour to rbibit p in announcing the opening of this Theatrte, can
31 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DESPERATE AFFRAY WITH A GANG OF ROBBERS.

DESPERATE AFFRAY WITH A GANG OF ROBBERS.

We believe (From the C'hester Gazette.) 'We believe that the facts we are about to relate are unpa- rafleled in tbe annals of modern history. Ourreaders will, perhaps, be startled when they learn that for a series of years a strong and desperate gang of lawless robbers have infe
31 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NATIONAL EDUCATION—THE VERY REV. DR. SMYTH.

NATIONAL EDUCATION—THE VERY REV. DR. SMYTH.

NATIONAL EDUCATION-THE VERY REV. DR. I ~~~SMYTH.I i It has been hitherto the anxious object of the Con- , servatives to represent the Roman Catholic clergy as , being intolerant and exclusive in matters of educa- . tion. According to their. views, it, is the interest of the pries
31 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PUBLIC DINNER TO MR. HODGES AT' GRAVESEND.

PUBLIC DINNER TO MR. HODGES AT' GRAVESEND.

PUBLIC DINNER To MR. HODGES AT' I GRAVESEND. | (Abridged from the Gravesend JournaL-.. I The Liberals of Gravesend, a staunch and noble set of fellows in the cause of reform, are always the first to boldy step forward to show their loyalty and spirit, as the fete on ber Mjesty's
31 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ELECTION OF SCOTCH PEERS.

ELECTION OF SCOTCH PEERS.

ELECTION SCOTCH PEERS. On Friday, the election of the sixteen representative Peers Scotland took place at Ilulyrood, when the same Phalanx Tory noblemen which was sent the former Parliament, has again been returned. Then* alteration. The election excited little interest. The Duke
29 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland