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is Later and John Whc:an wry* iv. for oral . uc.y 317,peai ~ff ID LAI gator

Later and John Whc:an wry* iv. for oral uc. ID LAI gator la% 1 at:4l The of 11 i b 1 ... :,~ b;on r. tl.e ao•: a rrnheuther t I in IJ tilAt part 10 : i. ; 4: .e. lJ ; 1 • ; 1 'much le- r eac 16tli c f Apil ; 1 ; was a a a.i:e orle:A l:bu.t I my mater ant a shit ti lie to un- I a
09 June 1832 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
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24 November 1832 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
General Election,

General Election,

TO THOMAS KAVANAGII, Ent., BORRIS HOUSE. SIR, WE the UNDERSIGNED, highly approving of the manner in which you have heretutore discharged your Parliamentary duties, and being happy to find that your health is now nearly re-established, hope you will permit us, in the event of a d
01 December 1832 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
The Marquis of Sligo leaves Westport-house early next week for London, for the purpose of attending his rari'a• mentary duties,

The Marquis of Sligo leaves Westport-house early next week for London, for the purpose of attending his rari'a• mentary duties,

and record!ng his vote in favour of the great measure of reform, whirh will shortly come before the House of Lords.—Mer Cluditation. Sir Richard Musgrave, Bart., passed through Waterford on Monday, on his way to London. The lion. Mr. Petty sailed from Waterford on Saturday in th
28 January 1832 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
THE RING.

THE RING.

LAITLON AND DALTON. From Rome trifling neglect on the part of Dalton, titis match was nearly /looted, Lanlor, front the nun-attendance of his (opponent at the time apointed, claimed ard obtained the money down. — In sporting, as wt II as other actions of life, an agreement ought
28 January 1832 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
'•I IHFEY. 1111111.1it,NUFNT. John Tarrant Lkan, John Siunuons..antl Willisuu Loc. -(3.)

'•I IHFEY. 1111111.1it,NUFNT. John Tarrant Lkan, John Siunuons..antl Willisuu Loc. -(3.)

John Tarrant Lkan, John Loc. -(3.) ()NT.. Thomas Lane and Jary Parker.-1/42•) NO DILI.b FOUND. John Britian, Pliippa, 'nowt* Fitt geralJ, William Antler:ion, [larding, James Donovan, John Daly, Jaws Charlet. Turtle, and Janie' Elliot.—(11.) AC4II; ITT D. "James Williams, William
28 January 1832 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
WATERFORD MASK E CP. JAN. 23,

WATERFORD MASK E CP. JAN. 23,

Wheat, 25% ad per barrel ; Parley, 13 ,, Od ; flats, 7R. to S. Od ; t mei: I , OJ to Od per ; Second Flour, 324 Od to 3.k Oil per bag ; 'third% 22% 011 to 2SsOd ; Fourths, to Its Od; Stater, 76% 04 to per cwt ; Bacon Ng+, 34s to 35: per obi ; pip heads, 224 to 23. Od per cwt; Me
26 January 1833 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
Rr.PUCLICANISM AT CIIVCCIT,

Rr.PUCLICANISM AT CIIVCCIT,

Trc President generally attends Divine worthip in this (-Mirth. Hi- seat it wombs from the others In the chur,h. He was Lv lis o. whom was a harnisominlooking female, whom I u:alerstood to be Mrs. Doncivon, his niece. Nothing *trick me to.ire than seeing him in the pavasgr of th
26 January 1833 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
" THE SINNER THAT REPENI LETTER.

" THE SINNER THAT REPENI LETTER.

The very great sensation excited in this town by the ludicrous Manner in which Mr. trConnell exposed the Borough Representative, has duped even the few disciples who were attached to his interests, has led to tho publication of* sort of amatory epistle from this gentle • man to
26 January 1833 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
_mem foul:dlsbeiseene. *ern: hnse.wnengliel blight so hes The helical** or weld metal ever Raised; I low mall a 'pie* born

_mem foul:dlsbeiseene. *ern: hnse.wnengliel blight so hes The helical** or weld metal ever Raised; I low mall a 'pie* born

to Mese. Hath lank beneath time sleeting Nerve ; Whom bet a day's, se hese* Hied waited to eternal fame T. M. IThen arms and discipline had prerailed over the crude valour of the rebel.. of Wexford, the diecoseerled peasantry began to sigh lee the repose and ascii:thy atheist ab
30 November 1833 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland