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AT THE / APPRENTICE; A FROM TIIK COUNTRY WOUT.D RE PREFERRED. I). & A. GILLIS, Prupkietors. Newr*, 23,1 Aug., 1837.

AT THE / APPRENTICE; A FROM TIIK COUNTRY WOUT.D RE PREFERRED. I). & A. GILLIS, Prupkietors. Newr*, 23,1 Aug., 1837.

918 Sold Auction, AT NO. 4, COHRY PLACE, FRIDA Y the September next, THE INTEREST in the Lease of said House, which is held for an unexpired term years from Ist May la-4, subject to per annum; and, also, the ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE—the particulars of which shall appear in Han
31 August 1837 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
DESIGNED BV THE SAME ARTIST.

DESIGNED BV THE SAME ARTIST.

DESIGNED THE SAME ARTIST. THE style of the Embellishments having been rarely attempted, the Proprietors anticipate its welcome reception as a desideratum to every lover of the fine arts. Price : Royal 18mo., elegantly hound in Morocco, Demi octavo, ditto, 2 Illustrations separate
31 August 1837 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
mod* . f —that i«. the uoLt.Jylm. I Ji* ".tere>t of the Community i* Lett .«rv*d the ...Jiv.Jual of members.

mod* . f —that i«. the uoLt.Jylm. I Ji* ".tere>t of the Community i* Lett .«rv*d the ...Jiv.Jual of members.

. , . . . . . lie becomes, perhaps, the proprietor in lee of large tract of land. Common sense points out, that it the Community -elect good situation for its location, the nearer individual can purchase his land to the Community boundar.es the better fur himself. Does he embark
31 August 1837 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
I’kicf. lui-n Stocks <** Tuksoav. S per Cent. hi} | 'H perCeatStfirk... 31 wc. IS.iU hh |3l tear. /Jet* linek

I’kicf. lui-n Stocks <** Tuksoav. S per Cent. hi} | 'H perCeatStfirk... 31 wc. IS.iU hh |3l tear. /Jet* linek

Stork Ihh | fi'jtiel Ciiunl Sterk 34i GranH Cnnat 0.C?./)vk, HpercT... per Cat. Cilp Pelu. | Jhllt per CeM or, Share. Paul. PcrShare. Hibernian Pa.ik.. 100 0 0 0 0 Cilij Dal.. S Com 100 « 0 15 Ditto Scrip .*5 15 Net. Aiuur. Com. 250 :lfl 0 0 Pat.Aemtr. Com.. 100 10
31 August 1837 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
your praise. What is the consequence it not the case that the people on the occasion the late elections, claimed

your praise. What is the consequence it not the case that the people on the occasion the late elections, claimed

no other pledges or declarations from their representatives, except the support of the Quecnand the Queen’s Ministry i Tithe extinction, tithe appropriation, corporation reform—all placed in ; and the repreeenlatives of the people of Ireland elected for aeven years, support the
31 August 1837 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
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l or 11-nr

l 11-nr wm.ma.'i ,\fr. J. . f.vrms, SolicHor for ihv .imid • in liu- and 2d tr.-.fs, Jo, Kildare-vlnit. Mr. N.di. Sadlier. S.liritur fir U. Urr'i-in ar.d Wile. |>. r. » . r.l .e I diU. n. li e ;.o ( uUm-. I », I,«ncr <iardincr•‘■trevt.
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Sabbath Schools.—On Ssbbatb last, the •»7th instant, the Rev. John Johnston, of TullyUsb, pieached the annual sermon to the children

Sabbath Schools.—On Ssbbatb last, the •»7th instant, the Rev. John Johnston, of TullyUsb, pieached the annual sermon to the children

of the neighbouring Sabbath Schools. The test was selected from Genesis xvii. that Ishmael might live before tbec, —from which the feelings of Christian parent towards his chilhen were simply, yet impressively exhibited, in the death 1 he would wish them shun, and the life he wo
31 August 1837 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
bribery and the ballot.

bribery and the ballot.

{From the Examiner.) Tlie Standard asks— • How could corruption obviated the lialint if pursued b» * simple process, a candidate declaring that if elected he would give so much in money among his constituents?* The 4 simple process’ supposedbv the Standard would bebri bery the l
31 August 1837 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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9 V.- - ' '‘•Blpapfr bffDjhU’t the diftrn
31 August 1837 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF INDUSTRY,

HOUSE OF INDUSTRY,

A RENDERS will be Received on Tuesday next. ■ the sth Sept., at ©’Clock, for a quantity of Manure, I p' w '" *' disposed > convenient Lots to suit Purchaseis. Particulars may be had from Mr. Pearse. at the House. HENRY HARDY, Sec. I House Industry, Aug., 1837.
31 August 1837 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland