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COFFEE* TtlE MOST DELICIOUS COFFEE ON SALE IS ALFORD'S LONDON PATENT CANISTER Got in Elegant Tm Canutert oflloz., 40a., Boz.,

COFFEE* TtlE MOST DELICIOUS COFFEE ON SALE IS ALFORD'S LONDON PATENT CANISTER Got in Elegant Tm Canutert oflloz., 40a., Boz.,

and ». each, Price I#. 4«f., I*. Bd., o«d *». /)«• », NO CHARGE FOR CANISTERS. From th. careful ..nomthU Coft. U UingS...™ dalteration spurious compounds slid ■Pj 11 Till Caoisten, sod so widely sold, packed, ii comma »di . . v . , the id There can b. complaints » ' » .»«.r r.»
September 29, 1849 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
the champion.

the champion.

Morton. It was enough. It to <l the of the heart to e.ch, and Lucy felt not, hough not. how fleeting and few were the moments tney could .fend together,she only she lean d the arm of the longest stranger,and that his loos was again a look of love. The dance in which they now eng
September 29, 1849 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Domestic Tyuaxky.-Nj» man can invade the property or disturb the quiet of hi» neighbour without subjecting himseU to penalties and

Domestic Tyuaxky.-Nj» man can invade the property or disturb the quiet of hi» neighbour without subjecting himseU to penalties and

suffering proppruon to the injury he has offered. But crueby and pride, oppression and partiality, may tyrannize in private families without control ; meekness may trampled upon and piety insulted wit limit any appeal but to conscience and to heaven. A thousand methods of tortur
November 24, 1849 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
/DIRECT FROM LONDON SIT APJPOIUTTJKSJNTw

/DIRECT FROM LONDON SIT APJPOIUTTJKSJNTw

Brocksopp How & Co,'s Celebrated Tea* and Coffees.’ THE reputation these Tees end Coffees ia now ao thoroughly eotabliafaad, that to lariat noon thatr ~, over ALL otheta would bo only to repest fset long since uoiveraally admitted ; and wbilotba much pleasure in expressing grate
November 25, 1848 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
BALLYMOTE QUARTER SESSIONS.

BALLYMOTE QUARTER SESSIONS.

The Barrister returned from the adjourned aeuiad| of Sligo, and look ltis the bench upon the worn, Thuredav the 14th inst. httve never yet .e.q auy registry »o closely contested, every case was entered into with a* much mir.utne»s assizes, we citrac. from our report the proceedi
January 21, 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 

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MEETING OF THE CITIZENS TO INVITS MR. O'CONNELL TO A PUBLIC DINNER WATERFORD.

MEETING OF THE CITIZENS TO INVITS MR. O'CONNELL TO A PUBLIC DINNER WATERFORD.

Monday, a highly respectable meeting of our fellow citizens assembled Commm's Hotel, for the purpose of considering the propriety of inviting Daniel 0 Connell, Esq., MP, «o a public dinner in thiscity. Among those present were Me*vs. A. Sherlock, W. Lambert, Dun. ford, Major Gal
January 21, 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE—MINISTERS DEFEATED IN THE CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES-

FRANCE—MINISTERS DEFEATED IN THE CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES-

Ctopioii, V " T*UTH COSQUBM." SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 183?. The proceedings in the Chamber of Deputies on the address aye of an interesting nature, We can only laj - outline of them before our readers. The debate on the address, a whole, which began an Thursday acd was continued F
January 21, 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
“ Rutka have at ye all.”

“ Rutka have at ye all.”

Rutka have ye all.” TfiiS very •m««»ng IVriotliral his now been estab-Uh- two Vears, without the being Ml.fn to it* contents beyond the eccentricity it* in-;n-| ride. It* mi«celUmeo*i« paptr* devolen •xpoure the rice* and foU«e» the eounettud ih its Ai* ours I I«nl>'.*n Amlgnatlo
April 11, 1840 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

TRINITY TERM. COURT Of CHANCERY. The following gentlemen were sworn and called to the bar :— John Davis, Esq., second son Paul Davis, late Clonshanville, the county of Roscommon, Esq., deceased. James Fitzgerald Mahon, Esq., second son of Sir Ross Mahon, late of Castlegar, in th
May 27, 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TITHE SALE—ARRIVAL OF TROOPS.

THE TITHE SALE—ARRIVAL OF TROOPS.

The tithemea have not yet relinquished hold, and they have given another proof that it will not relaxed with their good will. On Thursdav half troop the 15th Huss.irs arrived in town, and have taken up their quarters here for the purpose of affording protection on the day of sal
May 27, 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland