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IO FAMU.ILS

IO FAMU.ILS

FAMU.ILS V F.LLINfi, Uiihv;, Fiiomkn\n» s«., or ill Fxcursious the are r>T-eomendetl the following Aktk if.s '-'r personal comfort and attraction;— HOWJ.\\I) K.U.VDOIt SA Is cwr.ictcd fiuin t'’c Ikmii • {'ul t \on< •. |h - r t'cc 11 iniHKVIU. It prut ids I lie uml V'f , ' K haiu'
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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;i diivii. nti'J . j.mills th;’.t v ' rr* - . h.i’.Ml. .|.i i'f nd«l«f i«>n«l *rs to »n- l.ii* . The ■, and have not t been ‘'irlcd tt'irallv Ik- t-viK-.-tcd In- done r„ii., •■ ■ii 11 l.tHMlft. ; .iiii rt» •». rail*. * * •Hi. -io. . Kr* ••• ' ,, M *• vrr. "u^- »l' tie- railroad '
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
,1 c.tr.Juetfil to niv liC3.U<|uarterv. > Ihvo treatc*l »ul» a>l t!.c cm

,1 c.tr.Juetfil to niv liC3.U<|uarterv. > Ihvo treatc*l »ul» a>l t!.c cm

,1 c.tr.Juetfil niv liC3.U<|uarterv. > Ihvo treatc*l »ul» t!.c been wilJi l od2ui^j- .l rv;«ut; tl»e s.mK* attention ; u!: the i»f iiarL-s ,d reading tin* tti.u!. I lorwanU-i t.» you b\ i,i . tlu* N-iiiK- line «l conduct h.• umu-iuis in my power, ti'led ! tntu-iit ,»s jurmit me n
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
srytPTOMS of sn risk run.

srytPTOMS of sn risk run.

srytPTOMS sn risk run. There is in some of the leading London papers(see our extracts from the Contemporary Press, elsewhere) —a disposition more civil the Irish Members, nay, the Catholic religion, than we could have anticipated a lew weeks ago. The Priests are no longer designa
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
nBAMRC.

nBAMRC.

understood that the contract for supplying the Police with Hats will he given to the Irish Hatters. As we lake it for granted they w ill supplied at reasonable rate, least, they could obtained from England, neither John Hull nor Joskimi can have anv objection the bargain Hut do
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
* No. *29,908

* No. *29,908

31 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

have learned, with regret, that Major General Sir Amos Norcott has been for some lime past, and no«r i«, aerioudy indisposed Cork, ‘The drafts from the depot companies of the 38th, Gist, and 90th Regiments, destined to join the aersice companies of (hose corps, embarked at Cose
31 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Addre-« T S , 82, l)ame-tir««t (Saddler's Shop.)

Addre-« T S , 82, l)ame-tir««t (Saddler's Shop.)

John Narncy, Esq r be LET, for sit months, subagnintt f 1. jrct redemption, all Michael Flood, Dwelling house and Premises knqjAt No- 27, situate on theJuuith^ife STEPHEN-STHEET. the City of the r«re Ground thereto belonging. For further particulara apply to Mr. William Walsh. N
31 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
counties. __ „

counties. __ „

counties. The Catholic Clergy of Lower Canada were exerting themselves to repress the revolutionary feelings under which the people appear lalionr. The Cbatholic Archbishop Montreal had assembled the whole of the clergy at his house, con- ; aisting of priests, and sis bishops, an
31 August 1837 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland