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TEA PARTY OF THE NATIONAL TEMPERANCE SOCIETY.

TEA PARTY OF THE NATIONAL TEMPERANCE SOCIETY.

I15. oRY OF THE NATIONAL TEMPERANCE R . htwa nmSOCIETy. ..hvl as ?? nomeronsly and respectablyI tiea oh plce yeste day evening, at the Rotundo, for establiohig the new Temperance Society nY ?? Lord Cloricurry took the )olovig gentlerriens among others, acted as stew. lie Thas Dix
31 August 1837 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CIRC LIBRARY, Jlarnaret Sqnnrp, Xetcry. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, (PAYABLE IV ADVANCE.) IFor One Set‘For Two Sets! [of Books inlof Books

CIRC LIBRARY, Jlarnaret Sqnnrp, Xetcry. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, (PAYABLE IV ADVANCE.) IFor One Set‘For Two Sets! [of Books inlof Books

in|< TIME. ovvn< or Two-Town, or Three 1 lin the Country, in the Country, i jFor ThreeSefs of Books *3? Town, or Four c, jin the Country. r* tv s. d. s. d. Yearly M» 0 Hf.Vcarlv 0 10 0 Quarterly 0 0 010 Monthly 0 3 0 0 4 Meekly 0_ I 0 1 0 , X s. tl. 10 0 1 5 0 13 0 5 0 0 2 0 GRE
31 August 1837 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
GARRISON FIELD DAY.

GARRISON FIELD DAY.

troops composing the Garrison of Dublin, via - the Rwval Artillery, Ist (or Royal) Dragoons, (o r Royal Worth British) Dragoons, (or King's Royal Irish) Hussars. Battalion Scots' Fusilier Guards, Royal Welch Fusiliers, 46th, 77th, and 95th Regiment*, will assemble in Ihe Phoanix
31 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON COKN EXCHANGE—AccreT 29.

LONDON COKN EXCHANGE—AccreT 29.

There wa* only « moderate supply of wheel freeh up for thl» morning’s market; and in con»«juence of the unrettled itate of the weather during the pa»l week, factor* succeeded in obtaining *d. \ of per quarter on the price* of this day »e nnight. Flour wa* in fair *up|iiy, and pr
31 August 1837 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
and Grey, from 0 11 to 0 14 Counterpane Quilts, various i uses, from 8 4 to 8 04^ Coarse Cotton Sheeting fi*'B . I 10 fo 3 6 Black Brussclsand FnngnHWls-

and Grey, from 0 11 to 0 14 Counterpane Quilts, various i uses, from 8 4 to 8 04^ Coarse Cotton Sheeting fi*'B . I 10 fo 3 6 Black Brussclsand FnngnHWls-

and Grey, from 11 Counterpane Quilts, various uses, from 4 8 Coarse Cotton Sheeting . I 10 fo 3 6 Black Brussclsand Hamtkerchieft from t« Blue and Blank Silk Lutettring 4. to 2 10 y Rich Fancy Plaid and Figured Silk Seaißfroa 2 to 3 3-4 and 7-8 Union and Linen Ticken* from 0 4 0
31 August 1837 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
SWINDLING KXTRAOKDINAKT

SWINDLING KXTRAOKDINAKT

On Munilay the Towh-h«ll at Hcnley-on- Thames «■«» crowded hear the esaminailun of Vineent Vaughan, E>q. of BeH-hatch House, near that town, on a charge of conspiring with Baron Da Behr, oftoa Charles De Behr, am) othera. defraud Mr. Allen, of Oxford,- of £3,000. '1 Magistrates
31 August 1837 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
national temperance society.

national temperance society.

The friend* «f the above society assembled in great numlier* tea party given in the Kotundo on last evening, 'rite larger long room up stairs was denseley crowded respectable company nude and female visitors, anxioun for the promotion of the objects the society. After the usual
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NATIONAL TRADES’ POLITICAL UNION

NATIONAL TRADES’ POLITICAL UNION

The usual weekly meeting of this body took place Tuesday night, at the Corn Exchange Rooms Mr. M‘Abi»le the chair. Mr. Jamfs Martin said that after the unfortunate result of the last Newry election, the inhabitants of that town resolved to establish Trades’ I nion prevent such a
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
iiaante.

iiaante.

WANTED, TWO APPRENTICE&fi/r'TrH OLE SALE and RETAIL GROC/?R’.J Establishment. Refer to the Office of this paper. Belfast, 21st August, 1837. 669
31 August 1837 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ROMAN CATHOLIC IRISH PARTY.

THE ROMAN CATHOLIC IRISH PARTY.

This party gratified by the present state afain, and with reason; possessing considerable influence even upon the Government of Great Britain and our colonial empire, engrosses the whole administration of public affairs Ireland. Lord Mulgrave't Lieutenancy is popular with these
31 August 1837 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland