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THE COCK AND BULL STORY

THE COCK AND BULL STORY

Sir, F. Hoe was fur some time ocetipied on Thursday morning in his private room at Bow»trect, and it was understood that the object the investigation was endeavour to throw some fur» tliei light upon the marvellous story told a day or two ago by a Spanish lady, of her detection
January 21, 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
ADVENTURE ON THE ADIAGE.

ADVENTURE ON THE ADIAGE.

[From ' Solitary Walks through many Lands,' Derwent Conway.] Those of renders who have walked the banks of the Adiage, below l«evigo, will know that about a league and a half from the town, there are one or two islands in the inidst of the channel, between which and the shore th
October 7, 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
“ to thi: kditor or rue iTr.srnii times.

“ to thi: kditor or rue iTr.srnii times.

to thi: kditor rue iTr.srnii times. ** Viir trpdncor—Troct calumniator a mo't holy Church—were you not the cr* that you are. n poor, •crab reptile, who dare* to shew it«! *ling. hat cro no I'Rrm, have cni»hc«l you. c fhl* ; hut, know p, do, more nouentity, which never either the
October 19, 1839 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
MINISTERS' MONEY.

MINISTERS' MONEY.

nappe*™ from the Parliamentary paper* that Mr. IWrt: Iluttou has moved lor returns the ' Mone y each town Inland and the sums actually but V.? 'Z S ?T' 1 , the laSt five This }' l de 10 !he ! parLia, P ett y- anil exus. Jicratiog assessments that can well imagined Mr. Mutton, be
June 30, 1838 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
HER MAJESTY'S LAST (UNKNOWN) VISITOR.

HER MAJESTY'S LAST (UNKNOWN) VISITOR.

I.a<t week a woman named Huyhes, was taken intocus* tody for endeavouring to pass the sentries at the Palace, and insisting on seeing Victoria instanter. When brought before a magistrate, the following piquant conversation ensued Mr. Burrell (to the prisoner)— What have you to s
June 30, 1838 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 

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"STATE OF THE COUNTRY."

"STATE OF THE COUNTRY."

It is not the state of Ireland, but the present condition of England, that is thus described b-y Tory journal, the Liverpool Mail:— ■ It canuct have escaped observation that wilful mur« ders appears for the last few months to have been on the increase in all parts of the kingdom
June 30, 1838 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHAMPION.

THE CHAMPION.

champion. •' TRUTH COSatEJtS." SATURfVY. JUNE 30, 18i8. We deeply regret the non-appearance of the " Champion" Saturday last ; the unpleasant delay was occasioned the Stamps having been mislaid the road for more than -week. The Proprietor left Sligo for Dublin on Sunday last, to
June 30, 1838 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
SLIGO SHIPPING LIST.

SLIGO SHIPPING LIST.

Ton WEEK KVDINO JVSt 39, 183 S. Arriveu—June"26th —Glad, Cunningham, KiMybegs— 27th— Jntie, Surrag<\ Glasgow. Sailed—23d —Hanibat, London. Barrett, ditto—Eli*t, Woodcock, ditto —26tli —Granville, Mills, St. John'sN. B. Alicia, Limerick—27ll*.— Glad, Cunningham, Killybcgs.
June 30, 1838 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE RATES, Reduced 30 per Cent, per Annum, Being a saving to the Public of per Annum

FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE RATES, Reduced 30 per Cent, per Annum, Being a saving to the Public of per Annum

FOR EXAMPLE. Common Insurance ,». rf. Private Houses add Sh«pg, (not hazardous) 1 0 per Csdt. Hazardous 0 Double Hazardous 0' LIFE ASSURANCE RATES. to 25 to 30 to 38 to 45 to |J! s d\ jt jt » UIjC s «I -e ». a * OI f> 9onfqffo|g|fto (si<( ft LIFE ANNUITY RATES. For every £100 su
June 30, 1838 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Nettles. —In Scotland have eaten nettles, I have slept in nettle sheets, and I have dined on nettle table-cloth. The

Nettles. —In Scotland have eaten nettles, I have slept in nettle sheets, and I have dined on nettle table-cloth. The

young and tender nettle is excellent potherb, and the stalks ofthejold nettle are as good as flax for making cloth. I have heard my mother say that she thought nettle-cloth more durable than any other species linen. —T. Campbell in the New Monthly.
July 30, 1836 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland