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rest-see McOwe.

rest-see McOwe.

rest-see A very and efficacious remedy for Foot.rot, In Bottles, with ample directions, at la. and 2s. bd. each. Prepared only by R. M. ROME, CHEMIST, LANGHOLME ; Sold by THOS. MARTIN, Soedsman, 20, Knox'sstreet, Sligo, from whom Testimonials, dec., may be obtained. DEATH or THE
October 10, 1855 - Sligo Independent - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
and nerved up in Mr. Butler's best style, in the large room of the hotel. The chair was occupied by

and nerved up in Mr. Butler's best style, in the large room of the hotel. The chair was occupied by

the President of the Society, who supported by Mr. Connellan, Mr. Langrishe, Mr. Prendergast, the Rev.l Messrs. Doyle and Lynch, &c. The vice chair was filled by Mr. H. Greene. After dinner, the CHAIRMAN proposed the usual loyal toasts. The CHAIRMAN said that before proposing th
October 10, 1855 - Sligo Independent - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
SPREAD OF 111 K

SPREAD OF 111 K

Monday evening last, the annual meeting of the huaitive Wesleyan Society was held in the Wesleyan Strplien.4trert, Mr. tliumma. in the Chair. chairman having opened the businets of the 'I, ll:%ington. secretary to the society, pmceeded from the last annual report of the operatio
October 31, 1855 - Sligo Independent - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
REVOLT OF THE BASHI-BAZOrKS.

REVOLT OF THE BASHI-BAZOrKS.

SEPT. 97.—The Bashi-Bazoulcs. at the Dantwine's, are in revolt. The English and one French war steamer are ordered to proceed thither immediately, and 700 men of the contingent an• by this time on their way to bring the rebels to reason. This proves pretty conclusively the value
October 13, 1855 - Sligo Independent - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
SECOND CLASS.

SECOND CLASS.

A. For the best Cow, as in Clans, lat., James Marrin, 155.; second beet, Thomas Kane, 7e. ed. B. Best Heifer of 1115:1, Michael Marrin, 103,.; second best, Patrick Doskan, Is. C. Best Heifer of Issl, James Marrin, 7s. ed.; second hest, Thomas Kane, Is. D. Best Calf of 1555, Jame
October 13, 1855 - Sligo Independent - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 

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LONDON CORN MARICET.-YESTLIWAT.

LONDON CORN MARICET.-YESTLIWAT.

Weather gloomy and damp. Wheat—Supplies borne growth fair : market firm at last Monday's prices, but very little business doing. Barley— Short supply Is to :tr. dearer. Oats—Short supply and the turn dearer. Flour—Good supply of home growth, and the market without change; Norflo
November 21, 1855 - Sligo Independent - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
TERNS:

TERNS:

Single Paper. Per Annum. l'n‘tamped Edition, 3d 1 5 0 Stamp,* 'id........ 113 0
November 21, 1855 - Sligo Independent - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
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October 27, 1855 - Sligo Independent - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
LOCAL FAIRS. OTHER

LOCAL FAIRS. OTHER

Dublin, 8.80 Enniskillen,lB.lo Enniskillen, 7.80 Balling, 13,0 Sullins, 3.30 31 241 II 201
October 24, 1855 - Sligo Independent - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE Ladies of the Ursuline Convent, St. Joseph*, (Finisklio, return sincere thanks to the generous Inhabitants of the Town and

THE Ladies of the Ursuline Convent, St. Joseph*, (Finisklio, return sincere thanks to the generous Inhabitants of the Town and

Vicinity of Sligo, who so liberall7 responded to their late Appeal in the cause of Chanty. The Louis XIV. Chair, which on that occasion was relied, having been kindly bestowed to the Convent by Mr. Joan FORDS, County Roscommon, who won it, the friends of the Institution are desi
October 31, 1855 - Sligo Independent - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland