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% their shores. This comes our Corn Laws, and it is thus that we are secured against starvation! With respect the danger to be apprehended, in the event of war, it is not worth a moment’s consideration. There great likelihood of any war that would affect trade in grain. Besides,
31 January 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CONVEYANCE BETWEEN OMAGH. WELL-APPOINTED OUTSIDE CAR, conveying her Majesty’s Mails, has commenced running between the above Towns, since the sth

CONVEYANCE BETWEEN OMAGH. WELL-APPOINTED OUTSIDE CAR, conveying her Majesty’s Mails, has commenced running between the above Towns, since the sth

January, The Mail will leave DUNGANNON, at half-past 7 o’clock,and U H A N A N’S CO M ME RCIAL HOTE L, OMAGH,at o’clock every Morning, passing through the Towns of Bcragh, Sizmilecross, Pomeroy, and Donoughmore. The establishment of this Car opens a direct communication to Belfa
31 January 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TANDRAGEE MONT DE PIETE.

TANDRAGEE MONT DE PIETE.

TANDRAGEE MONT PIETE. Trustees. RIGHT HONOURABLE LORD VISCOUNT MANDEVILLfij MAXWELL CLOSE. ESQ., DrHmbanuql.er . VERY REV. THOMAS CARTER, DEAN OF TUAM; JOHN CHEERY, ESQ. Mr. James Mr, William Acheton, Mr. George Acheson, Mr. Richard Trotter, Mr. James Magill, Mr. Robert Hardy, Mr
31 January 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Engltel) iHacUrt.

Engltel) iHacUrt.

London, Friday, January 25.— Sugar —The British Plantation market has again been in a very dull state.— Grocers, well Refiners, have purchased sparingly, aud, in some instances, rather lower prices have been submitted to, but importers generally have refused to sell, excepting at
31 January 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRECURSOR SOCIETY

PRECURSOR SOCIETY

A meeting of this Society took place, at the Corn Exchange, Dublin, on Friday last. Mr. Ignatius Caleacuan wished to contradict a report which had gone abroad, namely, that the report made, on the previous day, was the report of one individual. It was also stated, that Mr. John
15 January 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STEAM CON VEV ANCE

STEAM CON VEV ANCE

Franrr, I.ondon, Plymouth Uevoviport, l.lvenmol. . CirecnocU. Dublin. THE intended periods of Departure aro as follow: 4 FOR HAVRE, Tut CITY OF DUBLIN STEAM-PACKET COMPANY'S VESSEL, Captain GEOUGE PARSONS On FRIDAY, January, at 3 o’clock. Afternoon, <_)n FRIDAY, 22d February, 2
15 January 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HANOVER—HFFUSAL TO PAY TAXES

HANOVER—HFFUSAL TO PAY TAXES

HANOVER—HFFUSA PAY TAXES It stated in the tie that the threat to refuse p.ivraenl of tax bad been partially carried into Hanover. Several ms had refused pay. and were cited before the TtihunaN as defaulter*. dtci« siuti had been come in miiv the cases.
26 January 1839 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT.

FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT.

On Saturday, a young man, while etigased in cleaning the window* a house in Gratlau street, off Lower Mount street, lost hit balance, and wa» precipitated Irom the lop Window stool, a height of leu>l thirty feet, and his wav, frightful relate, impaled upon the lion spikes railin
26 January 1839 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
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12 January 1839 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON—Saturday.

LONDON—Saturday.

LONDON— Saturday. The following ii extract from a letter in the Morning Chronicle, dated from Manchester Friday morning • The magistrates of this county have at length complied with pressing invitations so frequently made Mr. J. R. Stephens, the effect that they would take him in
05 January 1839 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland