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SLICK): Printed unci Published for the Proprietor, Edward Howard Veroon. at Tat Champion Office. Kalciitiestreet. TERMS. £. I. d. Yearly

SLICK): Printed unci Published for the Proprietor, Edward Howard Veroon. at Tat Champion Office. Kalciitiestreet. TERMS. £. I. d. Yearly

Subscription 15 0 Half Yearly 0 12 Quarterly 0 4 * Sligo, Saturday 1, 1833,
December 1, 1838 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS—THE KING THE MONEY MARKET.

STATE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS—THE KING THE MONEY MARKET.

THE riLOT WEDNESDAY.) The two events that occupy the greatest portion of public attention at present are, the state of the King's health, and the money embarrassments of America —for these events exercise influence over every other. The King, we must state —and with regre —is no
June 17, 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
ADMIRALTY The Kiflg his Office Admiralty, against Ve«- | tel and her Cargo of Tim* her, found dereliet at Sea,

ADMIRALTY The Kiflg his Office Admiralty, against Ve«- | tel and her Cargo of Tim* her, found dereliet at Sea,

and brought into, and now lying North Inniskey Island, off the County Mayo. Jobs Ncgpnt. Esq. on 'je- BY the Marshal nf His Majesty's High Court of Admiralty of Ireland. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION. Tuetd/ty, the nth day of June, last. At the hour of twelve o'clock at noon, under the
June 17, 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
CANADA—UNITED STATES. (From tin York Daily Erprest.) H.vKKisnmta, Wednesday, Uecssxiheii s.—Tills morning the locofucos commcaccj operations court-house, at which suudry

CANADA—UNITED STATES. (From tin York Daily Erprest.) H.vKKisnmta, Wednesday, Uecssxiheii s.—Tills morning the locofucos commcaccj operations court-house, at which suudry

threats were made that the arms in the urscual should be taken by force, to drive the tyrants, as they styled the governor, tire senate, and the cabinet, from powcr. About ten o'clock an order was sent from the governor to the keeper of the arsenal to raise force to defend it; w
January 5, 1839 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
The Whigs remained firm, and refused to listen to any terms until the mob was withdrawn, and the legislature left

The Whigs remained firm, and refused to listen to any terms until the mob was withdrawn, and the legislature left

to act untramroeled violence. A great deal of excitement prevailed Philadelphia, and the Tory Ingersoli has certainly obtained a most unenviable notoriety. The military were to leave Philadelphia at eight o’clock yesterday morning, the railroad cirs, to proceed to Harrisburgh, i
January 5, 1839 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Surer de. few daws ago an inquest was held at Moriiey’s Hotel, Trafalgar square, the of Horatio L. gget, Esq.

Surer de. few daws ago an inquest was held at Moriiey’s Hotel, Trafalgar square, the of Horatio L. gget, Esq.

late solicitor to CominUsioners of King’s luxes, who ton milted suicide by culling his throat. Mr. K« fc 4Rrg.'<io. that - •W.di'ssdijjKfWi'e c *WVto »n* . f ,uml him with his throat cut dreadful manner •. there was immense quantity or in the bed, ami about the bedclothes ; ther
January 5, 1839 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
—PRECUHSOa'AISOCIAI-ION-TiniE fresmax , ' Immrtanc which Among the numnrou, .mp^r U q WerC e d than the report on more

—PRECUHSOa'AISOCIAI-ION-TiniE fresmax , ' Immrtanc which Among the numnrou, .mp^r U q WerC e d than the report on more

entitled to consio and tl.e tithe queston. *t « P tent;on rcadsalutary advice ~0, 0 r the application tithes and Eomp< sUuo« >d them that inalienable right land , is the owner Ttelv wived against the pauper occupiers of the oil. Then the*onus lay upon the wretched de.cnj f nravi
January 5, 1839 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
POOR LAWS FOR IRELAND.

POOR LAWS FOR IRELAND.

Monday was occupied by the House of Commons in debating the Bill. The Committee have arrived the lOOdth clause. It remarkable that very few Members compartaively assembled. The feeling seems to be that the Bill, nearly iu its jrity will pass the of Commons.
March 24, 1838 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
SLIGO MARKETS—March, 24th 1838.

SLIGO MARKETS—March, 24th 1838.

Oats, 17s 6d to per tack. Wheat, to 21« 9<l per barrel. Barley, tj per atoue. Oatmeal, 10 toll.perowt. Potato**. to 6J per peck. Hides. 2}d to per lb. Beef. to per lb. Mutton, per lb. JTLOUR A - . !«.... 17*.M. 6«.
March 24, 1838 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
(FROM THE PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT OF THE CHAMPION.)

(FROM THE PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT OF THE CHAMPION.)

(FROM THE PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT THE CHAMPION.) Loudon, Tuesday, 14th Feb. 1837. I was not wrong in stating my letter of last week that Ministers had determined ou taking a bold and straightforward course in reference to the question of the Irish Corporations and the policy of Lor
February 18, 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland