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101'ltvi c<t lC om m nTtvit CC(ji~onvr

101'ltvi c<t lC om m nTtvit CC(ji~onvr

news quite uniinjtortaut. .Ith at.J ~Utol» hand quill the riot, lie shot down one man, and wounded “Colonel Baker, of the Illinois . repidred the scene, and ordered two of his com|.un.ea, A and assist ifoellin* .he fi nnd wen. chosen men to the eleamhost
October 3, 1846 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ABBEYLEIX UNION.

ABBEYLEIX UNION.

Gubbina, a rr.peclable gentleman from the east this county, who went out an cabin passenger the *• Jessie" from this port to Illinois, for the purpose of purcbaeng land for himsell and family Mr. Gubbins writes to his particular friend Mr. W. Lallan, Knocklong
June 21, 1848 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A RACE BETWEEN AMERICAN

A RACE BETWEEN AMERICAN

rivers am tu/rtber four or five miles wide, and form a sort of circus, by the shorn of Illinois, of Old Kentuok, and her daughter Missouri. We were nearest to the Illinois side, which gave us a small advantage over our opponent, who was more on the Kentucky
January 25, 1845 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MURDER IX COUNTY TIPPERARY.

MURDER IX COUNTY TIPPERARY.

—French Paper. A Judicial Combat.— duel was fought Alton, Illinois, on the 4th of March, between Judge Smith, of the Illinois Suprene Court, and Mr. M'Clernard, late Secretary of State of Illinois. They fought with rifles, distance paces. Judge Smith was
April 17, 1841 - Downpatrick Recorder - Downpatrick, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEWRY TELEGRAPH, APRIL 15. 1847

THE NEWRY TELEGRAPH, APRIL 15. 1847

better country. Illinois aud Missouri are quite band. The Mississippi will laud I them on the banks of either. Should they turn the light <-r left, they cannot hut feel surprised at the striking ' | advantages held forth. They will enter Illinois, the most
April 15, 1847 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
HOME CIRCUIT—Kingston, April 6.

HOME CIRCUIT—Kingston, April 6.

applied to Mr. G. —John Bull. , ~r , A duel was fought Alton, Illinois, the 4th of March, between Judge Smith, of the Illinois Supreme Court, and Mr M‘Clernaod, late Secretary of State of Illinois. They fought with rifles, distance fifty paces. Judge Smith
April 10, 1841 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MORMONS.

THE MORMONS.

persecution their fellow-citizens. Driven from one State to another, they at last built a city for themselves in the State of Illinois; and it was here, and in the adjoining towns of Carthage and Quincy, that the events took place which terminated the career
August 28, 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IMI’OHTANT FROM TIIK STATUS AND MEXICO. The North Ainericau royal mail steam ship Cam&ria, Captain Judkins, arriv'd from Boston and

IMI’OHTANT FROM TIIK STATUS AND MEXICO. The North Ainericau royal mail steam ship Cam&ria, Captain Judkins, arriv'd from Boston and

having been open all winter, which has already drawn out Aa whole surplus of the south western ports of Ohio, Indians, and Illinois, through that channel to New Orleans. Any rasher considerable export of flour and wheat most inevitably followed high prices
May 21, 1847 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
Poor Law.

Poor Law.

deck, succeeded. A short time alter getting on deck, the boat made lurch, and Bullock took to the water, and swam to the Illinois shore. His coat had given to a lady on the wreck. When he reached the shore he found two young ladies who had been put ashore
February 14, 1844 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A 1 ACE BETWEEN AMERICAN STEAMERS

A 1 ACE BETWEEN AMERICAN STEAMERS

are together four or five miles wide, and form a sort circus, enclosed the shores of Illinois, of Old Kentuck, and her daughter Missouri. were tiea'es: to the Illinois side, which gave a small advantage over our opponent, who was more on the Kentucky side
January 21, 1845 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland