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CITY ELECTION.

CITY ELECTION.

TTg, FIR MA N'S .JURNAL L ~BLiN, TpEqDbY, JUE-29, 1841. I . ?? - I 'Ck BCIY ELEOTIOV.; 0 ?? 4.~ .. _ ?? I ?? . ..I - I *\u.Miiy neit is' fixed foi ;the electidn iof repre- oontative- for; our- metropolis. Ownthat day the e91OU6 6f Dublin wiill 'tn &decide between the riikial 'min
29 June 1841 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE. No. CCCIX. for JULY. Contents: I. The Whig Dissolution-11. Free Trade for Ever, and everything Cheap. A

BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE. No. CCCIX. for JULY. Contents: I. The Whig Dissolution-11. Free Trade for Ever, and everything Cheap. A

New Election Song—lll. The Colmans—lV. and Collegiala—V. Plato's Republic—Vl. The World of London Part 3.—V11. The June Gale-VHL Ten Years of the Whigs- Thousand-a Year. Part 20—X. The Dying Spaniel? William Blackwood and Sons, Edinburgh and London. JOHN CLAIMING, Dublin. And So
30 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STOCKS.

STOCKS.

30 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Vol. lII.—No. 227. SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. the QIEEN’S SPEECH AND APPEAL TO THE COUNTRY. (From the London Examiner.) Tie

Vol. lII.—No. 227. SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. the QIEEN’S SPEECH AND APPEAL TO THE COUNTRY. (From the London Examiner.) Tie

Queen speech, the Tories anxiously remind us, is the speech her ministers. admit it, and had the speech been expressive of her Majesty’s own sentiments instead of the counsels of her advisers, believe would have spoken more to the hearts of the people, and would have done more t
30 June 1841 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

On the at AlUmullan, county Tyrone, the lady John Sproole, Esq. of daughter. the 24th inst. by the Rev. Daniel Came, P.P., Mary M'Clarnon. Randalstown, to Mr. Felix M'CUrnon. Balljbollen. near Ahoghill. On the 18th instant, bv the Rev, Anthonv Cosslett, P.P., Mr. Hugh Quinn, of
30 June 1841 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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Also, the Splendid new Ships,

Also, the Splendid new Ships,

[arqubt Bato 9 Captain 560 Tons Register, to Sail 28th July; and the Robert Bean, Captain Ferguson, 750 Tons Register, Will meet with quick despatch, FOR PORT PHILIP. BY THE ABOVE SHIPS, A FREE PASSAGE will granted to a limited number of Young Married Agricultural Labourers, She
30 June 1841 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
To the Electors of the County of Wicklow,

To the Electors of the County of Wicklow,

the Electors of the County of Wicklow, Gkkti.cmkn, AS Dissolution of Parliament taken place, I lose time in announcing to you my intention soliciting your votes the ensuing Election. j J My only object in doing is, continue to forwarding such measures 1 consider conducive to tb#f
29 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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29 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOUTHWARK.

SOUTHWARK.

There will be no contest here, as stated in our last* and the Liberals will, of course, walk in.
29 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BARNSTABLE.

BARNSTABLE.

The Hon. J. Forlcscue. son the Lord Lieutenant Ireland, and Sir B. Chichester arc the Liberal candidates. Mr. Hodgson presents himself on the Orange interest—but, have the best reason for asserting that this gentleman has not the least chance.
29 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland