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THE CONSTITUENCY OF DUNDALK AND MR. CRAWFORD.

THE CONSTITUENCY OF DUNDALK AND MR. CRAWFORD.

The conference between Mr. Crawford and his Consdi tuents ha* terminated amicably, as will be seen by the following resolutions, passed at a meeting of the Slectoii of Dundalk, held in that town Moved Charles Duifcy, Esq.j seconded by Carroll, Esq. J Resolved—That in the resolut
February 18, 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LAST KICK OF THE SPOTTISWOODE GANG.

THE LAST KICK OF THE SPOTTISWOODE GANG.

The Westmeath Tories, lacking the munitions of war, struck their colours Thursday. At the close of the day's proceedings the fallowing document was handed to the chairman the commissioners, whose labours and, what is worse, whose pay—has been cut short the abrupt withdrawal of t
August 25, 1838 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
FOOD FOR REFLECTION.

FOOD FOR REFLECTION.

clergyman, Mving not a hundred miles flora Derby, short time ago, concluded his sermon piofaning the rabbath) with the following words :— Brethern, next Friday is tiihe-dav, and those who bring their tithes that are due to me, shall rewarded with a good dinner, but those who do
December 24, 1836 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Death of Ki.fi article from dated the 6th Jane, Hamburgh pipsr*. I that the King died on the of that

Death of Ki.fi article from dated the 6th Jane, Hamburgh pipsr*. I that the King died on the of that

day. The *'eut was not unexpected. T'.ic advanced of the njonilreli r.a.l the state of hi* health fir some time past general the wiuil which ills now "keup!„,. B- Kin/ died at Pillnitz. The mwii iis by his nephew, Prince Fre- Augustus, who*e fatner, the late Kind's brother, ''ri
June 25, 1836 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
urs VN:» (TO tub EDlr*>R. rfi i- 4t.so crta--Kfri.K.j Sin. —Thes/v<??'if>.*of .S listofthr "Tores and rj to t .I*. out

urs VN:» (TO tub EDlr*>R. rfi i- 4t.so crta--Kfri.K.j Sin. —Thes/v<??'if>.*of .S listofthr "Tores and rj to t .I*. out

election/* and it iuelnde«l itid t f representatives Mji > be, ;»roh;'.!>lv' v. be. i:» K.qinland, Scotland, and Ireland. nan only *pe» ! for tin* latter and Fran in«.:ir'* von - deft. ti» iir w» that country is eoiu erned lor '.id■•♦ion Mr. We.it Mr. Ha»ni!t*>n. for Dublin Colo
June 25, 1836 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
ROLLS COURT.

ROLLS COURT.

case. In the matter of Mary Baldwin, a Minor. this matter Mr. Henry Baldwin, the brother of the minor, presented a petition praying that Mr. W. M'Creiaht to whom said minor had been married the Rev. Mr. Shulze, might be compelled to execute a set tbment, and that it might be ref
December 24, 1836 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
US" - - fa B a"a *~-«*^Ssg CO, & t avpto acquaint the .1 . Ge;.»r>', n P.n>lic ril and

US" - - fa B a"a *~-«*^Ssg CO, & t avpto acquaint the .1 . Ge;.»r>', n P.n>lic ril and

Vicinity, that they have the M if»h-a:»««t. iaeiv occupied Mrs Bussuvs, lor '(hf purpose "Pining Extensive thjir lino, anil have just r-rrivpi!, the Amity, Captain l and the Agvbs, Captain Bnrirett, upwards Crates and and China, G'ass,- Comprising the most superb and extensive a
December 24, 1836 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
???? tiic (iaunti.it. —Itiujiiing tiie is, a very frequent punishment of soldier" the Austrian army. It consisti in iking the

???? tiic (iaunti.it. —Itiujiiing tiie is, a very frequent punishment of soldier" the Austrian army. It consisti in iking the

offender, win) naked to the waist, walk down street ffltmed ot' two rows men. cacti of whom carries s'vitch of birch his hand, The left the choice of the s'iffercr, who, however, generaiiy prefers the ordinary marching time. The street of men about ore hundred yards long, and co
June 18, 1836 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

>Ai»Ay, ill) rtitiHH MINxtCWAI. iBtlU.. Mr. &Q.\.UM;VN iSK-A-WyOKB addressed tthe -House suiiiiortuf (opposed :ihe'motion, which, adopted, wouldpla<e.ulHhe ut'irciand.in.asitntiliuiitodie tared at v.ill '.vhi) ami pive all politi'Sil powerio.llu: Aiulhulic»,ooii>e .ttUer ojiului
June 18, 1836 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
EXERCISING THE LANCASHIRE WITCHES.

EXERCISING THE LANCASHIRE WITCHES.

At the Lancaster assizes James Lewtas and George Lewtas was charged with having set fire to certain outbuildings at Outracliflfe, the property of James and Richard Lewtas and others, It appeared that the prisoners were brothers, and that the property turned down belonged to the
April 8, 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland