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DINNER OF THE LABOURING CLASSES.

DINNER OF THE LABOURING CLASSES.

A numerous meeting of the working classes took plsct on Monday, at White Conduit House, to commemorst* the procession of 1834, when the aitizans of petitioned government in favour of the Dorchester labourers. At three o'clock upwards two hundred persons sat down to dinner. Mr. W
May 6, 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
EXCLUSION OF FROM PARLIAMENT.

EXCLUSION OF FROM PARLIAMENT.

The Duke of Newcastle—the man who insists on doing as he likes with his own—gave notice on Friday evening his intention present a petition the following ■ Monday from the Prptcstaqt praying that their lordships might be pleased to exclude Roman Catholics f/otn seats in Parliamen
December 2, 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
PORTUGAL.

PORTUGAL.

the arrival »». on Thursday of the City Londonderry steamer from the Tagns, Lisbon papers to in*t , inclusive have been received. The M «ncreeded re-modelling the Cabinet* Viscount ( U Bandeira is appointed President the Council and 'or Affair* ; the Baron de Bomfin, who no more
December 2, 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
RICHARD BLAKE, ESQ.

RICHARD BLAKE, ESQ.

'I he Limerick Chronicle, states that Mr. Blake ctili not dismissed, in consequence of tl\e decision .1 torrner court martial ; and it Alludes to a case in p>int, where gentleman who was similarly situated at present acting the Constabulary, and adds, that the circumstance of hi
December 2, 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. SPELMAN'S CASE.

MR. SPELMAN'S CASE.

The Evening Mail, and other Tory papers, hare stated that Joseph M'Dounel!, Castle, iu the Mayo, Em. was not Magistrate for Sligo, and thi!» therefore, had right take bail for the Re*. Mr. Spelman, who is, nil oar readers are aware, common wholesale of abetted in the murder of A
October 21, 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PROTESTANT PLOT.

THE PROTESTANT PLOT.

(From the Examiner It has been demonstrated that almost the whole of the Irish members of Parliament, to defeat whose returns subscriptions are called for by the Tories, are Protestants. It has also been shown that the bulk of the civil foree Ireland, who are to aid and abet thi
October 21, 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Roman Catholic Liberality.—Mr Thunder, the wealthy Catholic brewer, of Dublin, has given to the Wesleyan Methodists of Bally canew, in

Roman Catholic Liberality.—Mr Thunder, the wealthy Catholic brewer, of Dublin, has given to the Wesleyan Methodists of Bally canew, in

the county of Wei ford, lease of their chapel, situate upon his estate in that village, at nominal rent. acknowledgment, eqnally creditable to both parties, has been published in the Dub> tin Evening iiail. There is no sect of religionists more uncompromisingly hostile to the do
October 21, 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
ADVERTISMENT. THE SUBSCRIBER NOW LANDING PROM ON BOARD THE TAG US, MUIR, Master, THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES SALE. SAMPLES MAY BE

ADVERTISMENT. THE SUBSCRIBER NOW LANDING PROM ON BOARD THE TAG US, MUIR, Master, THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES SALE. SAMPLES MAY BE

VIEWED AT HIS OFFICE, LOWEII QUAY-STREET, SLIGO. 90 hhds. mid Tiercvs Raw and Refined Sugar. Barrels do. and 5 Mats strong grained Siam Sugar. 173 Chesti Black and Green Teas. 20 Poies fine Hysoi and Pekoe do. 17 Barrels, and o Tierces Jamacia Coffee. 10 Bales, E. India and Moch
October 21, 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LATE DISCUSSION.

THE LATE DISCUSSION.

Capel-street, June 14, 1833. Rev. Sir—On return t;> town I find that, in your last letter to my chairman, the Rev. lustin M'Namara (which I had the honor of transmitting to Kinsale), you have the confidence to reassert that I retired from the field contest. Without stopping to a
June 16, 1838 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
EJECTION OF TENANTRY.

EJECTION OF TENANTRY.

(from the freemak.) will be seen, from report a public meeting, held in the parish chapel of Lemanaghan, on Sunday week, that the clearing out system is not confined exclusively to the estates of the Protestant and Conservative landlords. Men professing the same political creed,
June 16, 1838 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland