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To the JPuMie,

To the JPuMie,

NEARLY ready Tor the Press, sndmsybe had of *ll the Booksellers, early in November next, and of the Editor, a well executed and correct SHEET ALMANACK for 1838, adapted to*he Latitude and Longitude of Limerick, the first of the'kind ever done in this City, containing tbe Sun's d
02 September 1837 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARQUIS OF DONEGAL.

THE MARQUIS OF DONEGAL.

We mentiou rumours in the Dublin papers, of the death the noble marquis, merely for the purpose of contradicting them, which we do with pleasure and are happy tJ add .that his lordship is now the enjoyment of excellent health, and likely, 5 trust, to continue so.—Belfast Chronic
02 September 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
PRESENTATION TO THE REV. MR. MAGUIRE.

PRESENTATION TO THE REV. MR. MAGUIRE.

On in the Tontine -t . and respectable meeting the friend* and the Rev. Mr. Magnire, **»■ Dr. ia the Chair 1 The following address, accompanied wtft *>• presented to that gentleman r " IH« **V. THOHU MAWIIac, of Moaa, taaLan*. H * ... Dsaa Si a—On behalf your countrymen Glasgow.
02 September 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
NOVEL AND SPLENDID ENTERTAINMENT.

NOVEL AND SPLENDID ENTERTAINMENT.

TO THE OFFICER* H. M. ». TERROR (CAPTAIN BACK.), AND THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY THE SHORE] OF LOUGH b\VH.I.Y. A ball and supper, on most sp'endid scale, were given on Friday night, by Lieutenant Murray, R. N. com* mandirglier Majesty's revenue cruiaer Wickham, lying off llamu'lan.
30 September 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE "EOPLE OF IRELAND.

TO THE "EOPLE OF IRELAND.

*pt»raber, are er.aeS. friend* of the Queen an:l Ireland have gained the victory. Neyfr was there more t!» the Irijlijiaiioa. Once the British awe to the aoJ patriotism of Ireland the means ena iring the peaceable projr*« and improvement! pnre.acain thp sacred ciuse ot ciyil re'
16 September 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
' TO BE LET, OR THE INTEREST 80LD. anvwa AND DEMESNE, lately the residence of trtkar Ban- Situate in the

' TO BE LET, OR THE INTEREST 80LD. anvwa AND DEMESNE, lately the residence of trtkar Ban- Situate in the

Barony of Tyrawly, County AJayo. WITHIN MILKS KILLAtLA. The DEMESNE contains SIXTY.POOR ACRES PRIME LAND, subject to only VERY. SMALL HEAD RENT. - X' Proposals will be received by &. Esq., Westport. f >/' notice; NEWSPAPER READERS. - PERSONS anxions procure Newspapers at mical r
16 September 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OP CKMflk Sir, have bcea io«cll aasoset| ridiculous piece of vapouring MMm appeared g-rl assumiug the form

TO THE EDITOR OP CKMflk Sir, have bcea io«cll aasoset| ridiculous piece of vapouring MMm appeared g-rl assumiug the form

of which have been passed at " meeting of the electors held at Colonel Perceval's Committee in Sligo." Verily they whose names appear letters, at the tale of the afireaaid resoluiions irt n extended prospects, redoabted couisge. and table resolution and withal, display this iccj
02 September 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT.

MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT.

" *"* occurred upon the Upper Monday, by which five persons found pre'• P"' ®W" epset of* Mil boat off Parker'* y!* l - victim* George Liverpool. Griffith. of Liverpool, smith ; Thomas Snaicoe. of boiler maker .mUrttpool. batter Maker j a Soy named helper, who all been for »nia>
02 September 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BALLAGHADEREEN GAUGER AGAIN !

THE BALLAGHADEREEN GAUGER AGAIN !

following extract from the letter of corres of oun, it will seen that the Ballnghalerrecn Gaug»r i> at his work again. We cannot too strongly express our disapprobation the con tact of the magistrates in allowing this fellow to compromise the matter alluded to with the countryma
23 September 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
CORONER'S INQUEST

CORONER'S INQUEST

An inquest held yesterday in Jevis-street Hospital, by Sir Nicholas Bnuly, the body of Mary Jackson. The following was the evidence :—On Tuesday morning lust the kitclieq m lid, liiiuied M'Cullagh, in the house of Colonel |i>rrowes, Clonialkiii. poured poison into the which was
23 September 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland