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LAW FOR THE RICH.

LAW FOR THE RICH.

The Marquis of Waterford and his companions the Melton outrages have been acquitted of the charge of rioting, and convicted only a common assault, for which the Judge has sentenced them to ! fines £100. These Worthies have been fortunate indeed both in the special jury and the j
August 11, 1838 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
TIIE EDITOR OK THE NBWttY EXAMINER. Lifford Gaol, 3lst July, JB3B. Sir—l beg to acquaint you that, about the 17th

TIIE EDITOR OK THE NBWttY EXAMINER. Lifford Gaol, 3lst July, JB3B. Sir—l beg to acquaint you that, about the 17th

instant, I received a notice from the Court Exchequer, stating thai unless the account tilLe ami costs, mentioned in a tilhe.dccree served upon and others, about the beginning of June, should paid up before ten days from the first sitting, an attachment would issued against us.
August 11, 1838 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEW AGITATION.

THE NEW AGITATION.

The Government press has called loudly on the people of Ireland to agitate ; and we have been gravely told that, if we do not respond to that call, the Tories must triumph, and—worse than all—the Whigs lose their places. The former occurrence would, we admit, be a calamity ; as
August 11, 1838 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
SLIGO POLITICS.

SLIGO POLITICS.

We liave at length succeeded in attracing the attention of our contemporaries and the public, this county. We have been long suffering every kind of injury and wrong, silently and unnoticed ; we did not even complain, hoping that things would change for the better ; but when we
August 11, 1838 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
EXTRAORDINARY LONGEVITY.

EXTRAORDINARY LONGEVITY.

There are now living the Liberties of New Rom * man and wife, named Haydon, whoa* united are 186 years—the man 97, the woman 89. They can read the smallest print, do any kind of farming labour in their way, or walk twenty miles iu day. Neither, ill tlitll iccollcc* twa, Qv«t « d
August 11, 1838 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE CORONATION PEER'S.

THE CORONATION PEER'S.

(MOM THE LONDON OAZKTTR TUESDAY EVENING W»UT«HaLt. 23, 1838.—The Queen has been please* to direct letters patent to b» parsed upder the Great Seal, granting the dignity/of a Marquess of the United Kingdom Great Britain and Ireland, unto Constantine Henry Earl of Mulgrave, and th
June 30, 1838 - 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
 
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