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TO THE I’ROi KIKTCBS OP PABR H LIFE PULS

TO THE I’ROi KIKTCBS OP PABR H LIFE PULS

TO THE I’ROi KIKTCBS PABR LIFE PULS ßf; beg to bund jou follcvirg testimonial, which 1 l.ave just received from !•* Williams, Unionstreet, Notiinghani— Your* obediently, G. Batters, Chapel bar, Nottingham. Sir Fejiifirsi* a great bl«*sirg to mankind, lor now lam enabled make know
March 15, 1845 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
the use of cattle tubes free to the poor

the use of cattle tubes free to the poor

ROBERT WHITTAKER. Mtrcli, 6th, 1544 GREAT PRIVATE SALE. IMMENSE SACRIFICE! THREE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED POUNDS WORTH OF WOOLLEN CLOTHS, Fine* Dortkini 6-1 »nd 3-4 Hermit-ge Mixture, and Tweeds, Fsccy Vesting. Claskings, Bl«ek and Coloured (•a»hmeie». Orlran*. Plain and iuifd Cohu
March 15, 1845 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
(HI ®yS lE iFyiß!^l3§!nliliM®a

(HI ®yS lE iFyiß!^l3§!nliliM®a

(HI ®yS iFyiß!^l3§!nliliM®a .500. Y. R C„p«.i„ , . fuU wid<> 2ol per 51 •' 8 > “nTcdm.on ,0 * eich I » «Bd 6-4 plain and twilled nen «h«etin be.t | Crumb Clutlt* la great tanetj. iiutn Ticking Table Linen* fabli Clothe* Napkin* Outfitting and General Famishing House. . «. —....—.
March 15, 1845 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH REFORM BILL.

THE IRISH REFORM BILL.

the House of Commons, on nig'ir, leave wis. given for the introduction of bill to expl.iiu i.i certain portions the Irish reform act, wa» ,ic cordingly brought in by Mr. Callaghan, and tiic !•■<!< Vi torney General, and, on the motion of the i-l »■ first time. We can have doubt,
July 1, 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMERCE MANUFACTURES, &c.

COMMERCE MANUFACTURES, &c.

Herrings.—The Whitehaven Herald says : —" These welcome visiters have approached our coast, during the past week, to thejgreat joy of all classes. The first take was Monday night. Since then, our fishermen have succeeded in capturing a considerable number, and the price has grad
July 1, 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE VACANT JUDGESHIP.

THE VACANT JUDGESHIP.

It undet stood that nothing willl be determined to the appointment a successor to the lats Huron Smith until the arrival of l/>rd Plunket and Mr. O'Loghlen who are an the Continent, Globe.
September 10, 1836 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EXPERIMENTAL FLEET.

THE EXPERIMENTAL FLEET.

We understand that a communication has been received by the Earl of Mulgrave from Lord Minto, First of the Admiralty, announcing that the vessels composing the experimental squadron might be expected in Dublin bay early in the present month. His Excellency has signified his inte
September 10, 1836 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW QUEEN'S COUNSEL.

NEW QUEEN'S COUNSEL.

The following members of the bar were Saturday appointed her Majesty's counsel, and as such took the requisite oaths be'ore the Lord Chancellor i —T. B. Miller, Thomas M'Djnnell, Jaiues Major, the Hon- O'Orady, G. B. rlickson, John Uusfie. Janata Blake, and Stephen Collins. The
July 8, 1837 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REGISTRIES.

THE REGISTRIES.

MAYO —IMPORTANT DECISION. The registry for the Swineford division of this county commenced on Tuesday morning, before Mr. Mayoe, the assistant barrister. The claimants who had served notices were exclusively in the Liberal interest, aud tenants of Sir William Brabazon. these upw
October 27, 1838 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
PROVINCIAL COLL ICG Iis—NATIONAL CATION. (From the Cork Reporter). The committee wlio have originated the movement in the South of

PROVINCIAL COLL ICG Iis—NATIONAL CATION. (From the Cork Reporter). The committee wlio have originated the movement in the South of

Ireland in favour of public lay education and the establishment of provincial colleges, have rea* son gratified the cordial spirit with which their exertions have bten welcomed throughout the province. Already the requisition has received the signatures men of every party and pe
October 27, 1838 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland