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sli o Printed and Published the Proprietor, EDWARD HOWARD VEKDON, bis General Printing Establishment, 7, i lie -street, wliere all Orders and Com nunicstious will be lhauhtully received and punctually attended to , , , Yearly 12 Half-Tearly —• « Quarterly..'. ® bingle Paper 0 (To
July 10, 1847 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
ELI GO, SATI BDAY, SEPTEMi3F.It C. 180 l

ELI GO, SATI BDAY, SEPTEMi3F.It C. 180 l

threaten Mr. White, hut was aware of his at with the nee tie James Sbceran, of Newtown, near Jiallyroan, was next examined.—'.le used to working lime kiln near the road, ami saw Mr. Waite pass tery often; lasi Monday, while quarrying stones Newtown, ho heard the cries of tue chi
September 6, 1851 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
iUE PoSf OFFICE

iUE PoSf OFFICE

iUE OFFICE W may take it granted that the Posmastersbip of this town will be given a Conserevativo. There appeared in yesterday's Journal article in which Mr. Somers is called upon to appoint a Protestant. This is feeler, put forth, wou.d say, order, and not the editor of bis own
September 6, 1851 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
INFIRMARY RETURN.

INFIRMARY RETURN.

Thursday, August 30. Remaining in Hospital 6l_ •Since admitted •••••••••• 13—74 Died Discharged 16 Thursday, Sept.6. Remaining in Ho'pi al »8—74 Extcros Admitted Do, Under treatment WILLIAM S. LITTLE, Surgeon. THE WONDER OF WONDERS! Ilollor/ay's Ointment! I ten YEARS INTERMITn:N
September 15, 1855 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LATE GENERAL PETE.

THE LATE GENERAL PETE.

The General William Pope, whoso death | Turin wo announced Friday, the hero of that name whose gallant defence of Venice is already fatuous in his'ory. was Neapolitan by birth, and bad at one time great iufluenae with King Ferdinand, whom endeavoured to convert to his own consti
August 18, 1855 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SLIGO CHAMPION: SAffuDAY. ACOTsT 1 <. 1

THE SLIGO CHAMPION: SAffuDAY. ACOTsT 1 <. 1

s £ ® , r.- THIRD CABIN PASSAGE, 114, THE ‘-LIVERPOOL-’ LINE OF AUSTRALIAN PACKETS, Sailing from LIVERPOOL for MELBOURNE KVI MON. 11. packet t.F run 30th of august. The celehraied clipper Ship GIPSY 811 IDE,” AI. EX. MONTGOMERY, Commander; 1.4 ji Tons Register,—3,Soo Tons Burlii
August 18, 1855 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CRIMEA.

THE CRIMEA.

The advices are three days later. The followiag extracts are from the special correspon* denre »f the Daily News.” The Camp before Sebastopol. July 31. Very little change ha, occurred in there, lative positions of the besieged and besiegers during the last few days—The French ha
August 18, 1855 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Proceedings in Parliament.

Proceedings in Parliament.

House Lords.—Mr. Warner's Inventions—The Maynooth Grant—Property Tax—Enfranchisement of Copyholds House of Commons.—Affairs of Spain—The New Zealand Bill—Corrupt Practices at Eletions Bill—Poor Law Board Continuance Bill—The Mayuooth Grant. HOUSE OF LORDS.—Friday, May 21. SARDIN
May 31, 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
London: John W. Parker and Son.

London: John W. Parker and Son.

Yankee Steam Prophecy 1817. A bird hatched on the Hudson will soon people the floods of the Wolga, and cygnats descended from an American swan glide along the surface of the Caspian Sea. Then the hoary genius of Asia, high throned on the peaks of Caucasus, his moist eye glisteni
May 31, 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Mrs. Crowe on Woman's Love. —How few women have ever been in love! How few even marry from election! They

Mrs. Crowe on Woman's Love. —How few women have ever been in love! How few even marry from election! They

marry because they are asked, and because the marriage is suitable. It is their vocation to be married; parents approve, and they have no other attachment. Any observant person living in society, where there is continual marrying and giving in marriage, must be struck with this
May 31, 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland