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Price Pence. BUJOiritKD B'jIG.IT IX THE WHEAT CRJP The Kilkenny Moierator deeply regret state that the prospects of the wjical harTost appear just now means favourable had, up to the present. been generally inliciprfted. Oft Thursday morning it became ru;pjurcd that tho blight h
July 19, 1851 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
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July 19, 1851 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
mi .nil -- , gallowi,-which loomed up, like dark on which ho had just placed * * , , e

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* 1 d hideous speclre the quadraugular His attention, boweser. «* * * ! eourt . overlooked by one of lUe lively directed toward! lbe l ' e ler|lb ly the D.ctalor’s private aparttaeoU butthatbefoundtimeto y. . Pedro,’ the Dictator. strict watch relative 1 edro, who had been indul
July 19, 1851 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
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f .11 Files Mo'chctoes and Hhewmatism . Scalds Coco-Bay ego-foot Chilblains CChapped hand Corns (soil) Cancers B*tniOns Sore Sore-ibro:ti Scan? Sore-’head* Tumours Dtracted and Stiff>oiat Ulcart W'ouada Fistuas Sold the Pnrprietor, 2*«, slr«nd, [aear Bar.} Loodou, a»J by all resp
July 19, 1851 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
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September 20, 1851 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
is only thus I can explain the grand phentm.. .0 many noble-minded men, different m rank but united in their

is only thus I can explain the grand phentm.. .0 many noble-minded men, different m rank but united in their

love and enjoyment of Itberty, jom t “pres, their sympathy for the P"" ‘Pl e f which they choose to consider me to humble re oresenUtive. It is only thus I can explain the great nhoionien'nn that those honourable classes whose entire capita! consists of their honest labour and t
November 3, 1851 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
• TVs Cool Windsor* where the Queen, rrmce Albert, and-the Rornl Family hare taken thetr usual On Tuesday her Maiesty

• TVs Cool Windsor* where the Queen, rrmce Albert, and-the Rornl Family hare taken thetr usual On Tuesday her Maiesty

held tnvMtiture of the Anglesey, Viscount Palmerston, I.ieut.-General T„ n; «on Sir Richard Jenkins, l . Sir Willoughby Colton, General the , h!" Sir Frederick Atfam, Major-General Sir gcPoUeck, and the Right Hon. Su Henry-Lytten Bulwer. Officers of the Order: Bath King of Arms
November 3, 1851 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
PROVISION MARKETS. London, Friday, Oct. 31. The arrivals last week from Ireland were 6,710 firkins butter, and hales bacon; and

PROVISION MARKETS. London, Friday, Oct. 31. The arrivals last week from Ireland were 6,710 firkins butter, and hales bacon; and

from foreign ports, 6,340 casks butter and bales bacon. Business to some extent was done this morning in Irish butter: prices for all kinds advanced about Is. per cwt., and the tone and character of the market have improved since Monday. The be.-t foreign was 2s. per cwt. dearer
November 3, 1851 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
»*oppft<l l>v the High Sheriil. 'vin ohservei, that the proceedings h»d terminated Mr Maguire— As long «s Mr Sergeant Murphy

»*oppft<l l>v the High Sheriil. 'vin ohservei, that the proceedings h»d terminated Mr Maguire— As long «s Mr Sergeant Murphy

is in the o,.urt. and hisgas 1 am an oleoior the city of Cork, I hive liberty to ask Mr Sergeant Murphy any que»'. lion (cheers). "■'er esut Murphy-—And Sergeant Murphy will not answer any question (great uproar). Mr. Fltr.gnrald—\» elector, I too went to ask Murphy question (he
April 26, 1851 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS. FIRST SIII."S FOB NEW TOBK AND <JCE«EC. NOW PORT, THE VELL-KNOWN ■first-class sines. "LINDEN," and^TXDUSTRY%" 'Die "

NOTICE TO PASSENGERS. FIRST SIII."S FOB NEW TOBK AND <JCE«EC. NOW PORT, THE VELL-KNOWN ■first-class sines. "LINDEN," and^TXDUSTRY%" 'Die "

to sail *r York oh the •21th MA ROB y The " Industry" to Quebec on the sth APllll\ Both tiies£fo r n a tk ships arc well knownV the TRADE. The liirtlis will be fitti*N» the Most Comfortable 1 Manner anil Provisions the Best Qiality will supplied, agreeable to tlte Passengers' Ac
March 15, 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland