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TO CORRESPONDENTS. We shall moat happy to hear from " O. P. Q." We assure him, that are moat anxious

TO CORRESPONDENTS. We shall moat happy to hear from " O. P. Q." We assure him, that are moat anxious

to get light contributions ; nor will we put his modesty to the blush, asking him to revealhis name. We onlv adopt this precaution with communications of a personal nature, which were , \ we to publish without authenticity, might bring into trouble. i Persons anxious to read che
June 16, 1838 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SLIGO FISHERY.

THE SLIGO FISHERY.

The public are not generally were that every man the country has a perfectright to fish in the deep sea, and that, if this right was acted upon, it would put an effectual stop to the salmon fishing monopoly. At present, Mr. Hector is availing himself of this privilege at Ballysh
June 16, 1838 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
SLIGO MARKETS—September 8, 1838.

SLIGO MARKETS—September 8, 1838.

SLIGO MARKETS —September 8, 1838. Oats, 20s 6d per sack. Barley lid per stone. Oatmeal 12» O.Uo 13s 6d per Potatoes 8d to Is per peck. Hides 2id to 2}d per lb. Beef 6d per lb. Muttou 4d to per lb.
September 8, 1838 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE. anil Measures. WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. Countyof] is hereby given, that we will at- Sligo. tend at the undernamed places

NOTICE. anil Measures. WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. Countyof] is hereby given, that we will at- Sligo. tend at the undernamed places

for the ■ ■ purpose of Stamping and Comparing Weights and Measures Tubbercury, on Tuesday, the 11th September. Ballymote, on Wednesday, the I2rh September. Easky, on Toe»day, the IBth September. Arduaree, on Wednesday, the 19th September. M. BLAIR. Inspectors of Weights R.CHRIST
September 8, 1838 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT NEWS FROM UPPER CANADA.

IMPORTANT NEWS FROM UPPER CANADA.

(Prom the Rochester Democrat) 1 Governor ail said to have passed up the river the 26th (Tuesday evening), to attack Navy Island, and on Wednesday night heavy cannonading was heard iu that direction half-ja»teight o'clock, and continued for two hours, during which our informant b
February 3, 1838 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SLIGO MAGISTRACY.

THE SLIGO MAGISTRACY.

have already called the attention of the executive the stale of the Sligo Magistracy, but we regret to say our call has not been responded to we would have wished. present there are in Sligo forty-»even Tory magistrates, tnd hut '. it not plain, thin, that require some infusion
September 24, 1836 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PLEASURES VICISSITUDE. RICHARD WKSTALK, K. A. nil tlie sky's serenely blue. When routes arc good, and torts ftr« few,

THE PLEASURES VICISSITUDE. RICHARD WKSTALK, K. A. nil tlie sky's serenely blue. When routes arc good, and torts ftr« few,

aim! liorses safe, and ehaiseg new, And postboys drive us carefully Then monotonous the And void interest seem the ways, As Ifloking backward the chaise We lounge and grumble sleepily: Then beds seem hard, and inns are *. And mutton tough, chickens old, ■ AnScheeses strong and v
September 24, 1836 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH POOR LAWS.

IRISH POOR LAWS.

It has been been urged by Mr. P. Scrope an ob« jection to the Poor Law Bill for Ireland, that it does not give, at once, and to all the community, a legal right to relief, unfettered by any discretionary power of refusal on the part of the administrators of relief. Mr. Scrope's
May 13, 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMERCE, MANUFACTURE, &c.

COMMERCE, MANUFACTURE, &c.

I Latest American News.—The Independence, New- I York packet ship, has brought files of The New York Jour, nil of Commerce, up to the 10th iust., from which we copy the following extract on the all absorbing subject of the money crisis:—' The meeting of merchants, took place thi
May 13, 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT TO MARINERS.

IMPORTANT TO MARINERS.

The following is extract of dispatch from the governor of Newfoundland toLcrd Glenelg, dated September 5,1830 : —' Ou the Ist of this month the l'ght-house on Cape Spear was brought iato effective operation and u most revolving light is row exhibited from sunset to sun-rise." Mr
October 22, 1836 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland