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\ ATI OS A/. SCHOOLS IS J.iniUPOOL

\ ATI OS A/. SCHOOLS IS J.iniUPOOL

ATI OS A/. SCHOOLS J.iniUPOOL We extract, with great pleasure, the following article and the letter subjoined from the Liverpml • The public examinations the Protestant and Catholic children, at the Corporation Schools last week, most hive convinced all who attended them «t the f
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TRAVELLING.

TRAVELLING.

GRAND JUNCTION RAILWAY. I ASSENGERS Traveling by the above line coin- munication to RIH.MINGHAM, and proceeding from thence to LONDON, or any part of the South or Wevt of England, are respectfully informed, that they !nve the desirable opportunity of securing PLACES j CERTAIN by
31 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

(Itoming Pott) have received important intelligence from the Spanish capital. A special express from Palis has brought us L» irte, Mmtagrr, and Ganlte tU Franc* of Wednesday night, together with leltar from our private correspondent. the first named paper are published the subjo
31 August 1837 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
DI ARUIAGtES

DI ARUIAGtES

ARUIAGtES the 21st instant, in Taney Church, by the Rev. George Blacker, Hugh Lecky.of Bushmills, Esq., to Matilda, daughter of George Hutchinson, of Ballymoney, county of Antrim Esq. August 22, at Trinity Church, Dublin, the Rev C. Leslie * eldest son the Lord Bishop of Elphin,
31 August 1837 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
THAT OF KILLARNEY,”

THAT OF KILLARNEY,”

And the HUNTING and FISHING unsurpassed anywhere. It will not be amiss to state, with a view to remind the Irish, and to ILLUMINE THE ENGLISH CAPITALIST, to point out few advantages, that have had but little weight in their estimation heretofore ; it has been too much the fashio
31 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

The Paris journals of Friday and Saturday contain no domestic news of any political or general interest. France happily enjoys at this moment the must profound social and political tranquillity. The papers now and then throw out surmises about the dissolution of the Chambers, bu
31 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHOLERA.

THE CHOLERA.

The- following curious details are given in a letter from Rome the recent alarm respecting the cholera: R )ME, At'C. 1 take up pen with joy to tell you some ■ ood news—namely, that we have not the Asiatic cholera h. re, was pretty generally believed. This communication is founde
31 August 1837 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INTERCOURSE WITH INDIA

INTERCOURSE WITH INDIA

Colonel Chesncy,* in a letter promulgated at Bombay, thus speaks of the lato expedition, &c., respecting the intercourse with India steam :— M As far as the Euphrates is concerned, if my observations have not failed me, it will prove to be an easier river to ascend than the Rhin
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
roaxcoAL.

roaxcoAL.

The Lisbon Diario of the 19th couteios the following telegraphic notices . “Castle St. Gxobgp., Aug. 18.—The artillery arrived three o'clock in the morning, and every moment a body infantry expected coming from Abranlcs. Saularem is impregnable. . " Four cavalry officers and two
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHIVALRIC LITERATURE.

CHIVALRIC LITERATURE.

The following remarks, which we copy from Mr. a Don Quixote,’* not only apply to the follies and literature of the age, but to the caprices and literature of all time How can we astonished the passion evinced for hooks of chivalry, in country where the example set forth ia them
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland