Who optional
What else? optional

Choose from our collections

By region

Narrow your search results

By Date
Clear filters
By Access Type
By Place Show filters
By County Show filters
By Newspaper Show filters
By Article type Show filters

Your search returned 454 articles

NEW STEAMER FOR LIVERPOOL. THE City of Dublin Stoam Packet Company rive Notice, that their splendid new Steam Ship, THE

NEW STEAMER FOR LIVERPOOL. THE City of Dublin Stoam Packet Company rive Notice, that their splendid new Steam Ship, THE

ROYAL WILLIAM, 617 Tons Burthen, 270 Horse Power, Is intended to sail from KINGSTOWN HARBOUR, Oa THURSDAY EVENING next. 31st instant, Five o'Cloek, with Passengers only, and will continue to sail from Kiogstown Harbour every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday leaving Liverpool for
30 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Gentlemen Thifj'ES —On Saturday, at ‘.lie policeoffice, Xiverpool, a dashing young man, named Rich. Nutt, was brought up, charged wilh

Gentlemen Thifj'ES —On Saturday, at ‘.lie policeoffice, Xiverpool, a dashing young man, named Rich. Nutt, was brought up, charged wilh

having stolen a gold watch from the shop of Mr. Verly, of slrcet. Mr. Thomas, the deputy Constable of Manchester, slated that about four months ago a young man named Howell, the son of highly respectable person of Bristol, was in his custody, charged with robberies from shops to
30 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSES AND LANDS. TO BE LET, ON LEASE, TWO Excellent newly-built Dwelling Houses, fron'ing the Royal Canal, beyond the Aqueduct,

HOUSES AND LANDS. TO BE LET, ON LEASE, TWO Excellent newly-built Dwelling Houses, fron'ing the Royal Canal, beyond the Aqueduct,

belonging to the late Mr. J .hn Farrell, deceased. There are friur Rooms and Two Kitchens to each House, with amail OaMcns front and rere. They stand high and command tfentiful prospect, and are most healthy and comfortable dwAygs. Apply to Miss Farrell, -23, Phibsborough road ;
30 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNSELLOR SHEIL, M.P.

COUNSELLOR SHEIL, M.P.

In a late speech addressed tohis constituency Mr. Sbeil lias signified his intention of having action tried next Assizes in which Agent of Lord Glengall's will be the defendant ; and on that occasion that lie will speak out his mind about hi* Lordship, whole presence even for on
30 August 1837 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THUNDER STORM.

THUNDER STORM.

A 10 o'clock Friday night awful thunder tturm occurred in and ahont the neighbourhood of Catbvl. It conlintied fur nearly half an boor ; the flaihe* of lightning were frequent and very ririd ; two henry ahoner* of rain, accompanied with rery high wind, came down ; at long interv
30 August 1837 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
umnAHY OT HORRORS A Town.—When our division entered the town,all opposition was fin end, ior the French, fearing that dreadful

umnAHY OT HORRORS A Town.—When our division entered the town,all opposition was fin end, ior the French, fearing that dreadful

retaliation would ensue, precipitately abandoned the city, and secured themselves in Fort Christovnl until they effected capitulation, and were permitted to retire Klvaa. the inoriiiiig 1 oli'nincd few linurs repose, notwithstanding the deafenin'' yells of the excited soldiery a
30 August 1837 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
I.OUI) LYNDIIUKSrS l ATIIEIMN-I.AW

I.OUI) LYNDIIUKSrS l ATIIEIMN-I.AW

A cl' al lia> u adl(J,/i/i> hihJ cun, in 1) ie»pt'cliinf ihc? recent «.f Lord 1.-. 11 lliunsl wiili Mii> (ioliUinid. Auejema ilmi eitn l.nuly anc melts Ins I rdtliip has shilwn hie foi (In ss for, and s\mpnthv wi h. rut*, ai Indore Mr. 1,-wi» Gohleariu (now J. rd h net’s >ather-
30 August 1837 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
//dv / O' // jC 66 O' THE yv K&FOIIP ~

//dv / O' // jC 66 O' THE yv K&FOIIP ~

/ THE yv K&FOIIP ~ [Vol. s.—No. If it it an arrear that ought to be, and in time, probably would be paid, it need not be remitted, but only prompt payment of it inaisted upon, with the option, instead of surrender or ejectment: and surely the tenant will not be the less capable o
30 August 1837 - Wexford Conservative - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
Cent. Consols Ditto (reduced) .atmCanLStoak Ditto (reduced) Ditto (new, 1830) cent. Debs. .r. Bank Stock Royal Canal Stock Grand Canal

Cent. Consols Ditto (reduced) .atmCanLStoak Ditto (reduced) Ditto (new, 1830) cent. Debs. .r. Bank Stock Royal Canal Stock Grand Canal

Stock Grand CD Cent Do. do. ‘5 Cent Do; do. 4-p Cent t Cent. City Deb.......
30 August 1837 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONSTABULARY.

THE CONSTABULARY.

The sufferings of ihe uufortonalo men attached •'I this body during their recent trip to Sligo, exhihii i 0 ||, e very fullest degree the callosity and Selfishness which characterise ihe actions of the base, brutal, and bloody Whigs.” fIOO from ••ord Palmerston out of the treasu
30 August 1837 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland