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mut, .. Egoist MAUI, . 4.0 p.m., am.. 12.15p.m . iL,~,.a.. at ; Drumore a.m.; 1143 ma. .on Matt. Cu.—Mmes.

mut, .. Egoist MAUI, . 4.0 p.m., am.. 12.15p.m . iL,~,.a.. at ; Drumore a.m.; 1143 ma. .on Matt. Cu.—Mmes.

Buadann, 1143 Mau. C.a.—Arrives p ; 140 p.m.; lam. 647 p C.A.-is—Passim; &II pm. p.m. ; Drumlin, ; 1 pama,11% .. 7.471 . 1147 p.m • 1140 1249 1.17 ..m., mad at 042 a.m. TIME TABLE departure Maris) Sligo sad Puma Sligo sad Essoskillsa 1910 p.m., 11-0 a.m., Sligo .ad 940 p.m, 130
March 1, 1856 - Sligo Independent - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ST.IOO_ INDEPENDENT, SATUTMBFJ"'I"6,

THE ST.IOO_ INDEPENDENT, SATUTMBFJ"'I"6,

THE ST.IOO_ INDEPENDENT , SATUTMBFJ"'I"6, S . _ • e emir, un tho at o'clock, and race at with that retreat which depri ved ['mire end England of half their ,inumph. In another ceremony of preplanning the Em. -mot Prince Meneellikoff. who Mill a ponce. was for the tine vourite wit
September 20, 1856 - Sligo Independent - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Zie arise 4nbtpetbint,

Zie arise 4nbtpetbint,

PUBLISHED or WEDNESDAYS &SATURDAYS. THE Proprietor of the above Journal feels assured that the following unprecedented low Seale of Advertisement Charges will secure him the entire patronage of the public
May 3, 1856 - Sligo Independent - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
SURPRISING SUCCESS

SURPRISING SUCCESS

in very many complaints, often after all isms been Tamp VAIN, see the HUNDREDS OF CASES OF CURE which accompany each box. Sold Fr Oillmor, Brothel"), INDEPEXPENT (*Mg, a. Sligo, and all hlodirino Venders, at Ix. and la. 6d., and at Wholesale 1). rot, theml..tr‘vt, PROSPECTUS. LI
May 3, 1856 - Sligo Independent - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
. Age. Mewed. Premium. Bonne. • F 29 1,000 242 18 4 180 24 1,000 194 6 0 180 3: 2,000 60016 0 320 19 300 MI 4 0 42 23 100 14 8 9 10 27 500 58 18 4 40

. Age. Mewed. Premium. Bonne. • F 29 1,000 242 18 4 180 24 1,000 194 6 0 180 3: 2,000 60016 0 320 19 300 MI 4 0 42 23 100 14 8 9 10 27 500 58 18 4 40

. Age. Mewed. Premium. Bonne. 29 1,000 242 18 4 180 24 1,000 194 6 0 180 3: 2,000 60016 0 320 19 300 MI 4 0 42 100 14 8 9 10 500 58 18 4 40 147 1848 1830 " This Company added about I`oo,ooo to its permsnent eapital, for the increased protection of Insurers. This step distinctly s
May 3, 1856 - Sligo Independent - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 

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n notion a contracts, sad not is tiliew, there t n

n notion a contracts, sad not is tiliew, there t n

n notion a contracts, sad not is there t n notice neeessary. The Chief Baron—Did you serve any notice, previous to the notice to ground your present appli. cation, calling on the Commissioners to meet the demand I—for we always require an opportunity to be given to the Commission
January 19, 1856 - Sligo Independent - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
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January 19, 1856 - Sligo Independent - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
PRIZES AWARDED.

PRIZES AWARDED.

MIL Manua, Sligo. Dims Sin, WE have pleasure in informing you that at the Highland and Agriceltural Society Scotland'. Moiling laid wash, at Inverness, we were awarded Six Find Prises as nudes:— Tied Prices :—Best Threshing Machine, Do. Beet Turnip Sewing Machine. Dn. Ilea Chum.
August 30, 1856 - Sligo Independent - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Agent; for Sligo—Mews. LEECH d SON.

Agent; for Sligo—Mews. LEECH d SON.

Boyle—John Maud). Shotorhamilum—Mr. WEE. nee. Enniskillen—William Dell, Drattgiit. Ballina-11. U. Baxter. Rec.common—hurell M•Donrodl. Carrick-on-Shannon—G.4,re.. Church. Loneford—Bobert Lynch. Balltahnnnon—Grabant, Brothers. THE PROROGATION-" DESPATCH OF BUS! NESS.• The Otaerre
July 26, 1856 - Sligo Independent - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE doings of the week present but little novelty or attraction. At home everything betokens a healthy state of society

THE doings of the week present but little novelty or attraction. At home everything betokens a healthy state of society

iu general. Although unfortunately the ill-timed, injudicious, and unjust measures adopted towards the Tipperary militia by the authorities have produced a most serious and melancholy catastrophe, we are happy to find that the other militia regiments are being gradually disembod
July 26, 1856 - Sligo Independent - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland