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StIGO COUNTY INFIRMARY.

StIGO COUNTY INFIRMARY.

waaair report or patients aduittpd AMODiacwatcED Ttiarsday, April 2d—ln Hospital 52 Since admitted 13—6& Died Discharged TUuridty, iy_2 -Re mining in Hoapital .. A) Esterna admitted during the week Ditto under treatment 131 JOHN GILLIS Steward. ST JOHN’S DISPENSARY WEEKLY REPORT
4 May 1844 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
I.URI) DKVON

I.URI) DKVON

On S4»ufil»y l»«t Ike bciiff, in r- Jaoara Jucrltn Pi*e, •(nil to the Mea>r«. Saurin, reei-'eil i<> l«nd« of Rosnamulleeiijr. near B<irriaule ; ah and ejected (10m their Loldinga the follo>*i;ij |u- .’ aooa : i.lnw Pn'rtrV' and 1 'rlii*d ■Wido~ Mirh'trl K* nnedf aurfC rldldren..
4 May 1844 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
S L I 0 O;

S L I 0 O;

I 0 PrlaltM andTaMithed for ‘Ptoyeielor Euwato 11. VcaDOM, at hit General Print ief K<lohli>hmeni, No. 7 Raldlffe-tlretl, where all'Ordcia, Commonictiont, tod Adrariaament, •ill (badklully reccited and pundutliy ly attandad to. . attt; Tmrif *1 it Od. I Quarterly \ Hat/ 12* | Sin
4 May 1844 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
SUGAR OUTIRS

SUGAR OUTIRS

Lift J RUSREI.L the ri#he centleman tpi> po<i e on what 'lay lie imendetl to bring futward the queiw :ion of the tinrar ilnnea ? The CHANCELLOR the EXCHEQUER «auld be to inform the noble lord to-morrow. f.tirdj RUSSELL gate notice that he ehould propone, amendment, that the tlit
18 May 1844 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
SLIGO MECHANICS* INSTITUTE.

SLIGO MECHANICS* INSTITUTE.

regret that have neither time nor spare comment upon a very interesting Lecture delivered last night, the Sligo Mechanics* Institute, by the Rev. N. The ject was English Poetry, and the Lecturer described rise and pio^nss—from the daya oM hauc r down to the present time—in a ver
18 May 1844 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
DEPARTURE OF MU. O’CONNELL,

DEPARTURE OF MU. O’CONNELL,

Mr. O’Connell sailed from Kingstown yesterday evening) at half-past five o’clock, the Prince steamer, to vote against the Irish disfranchisement bill. He was accompanied to the steamer the Head Pacificator, Mr. O’Neill Daunt, and Daniel O’Connell, jun., and appeared in excellent
14 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
that what railed the ballad at Mnllaghmaat wat not brought homo to the trareraora. In opinion it waa brought homo

that what railed the ballad at Mnllaghmaat wat not brought homo to the trareraora. In opinion it waa brought homo

gonorallj thorn, and that thoro waa abundant oridonco to let the caao to the jury, whether not the prinripal Irareraera were or were not affecl.-d peraonallr bjr that publication. That publication waa called a ballad, hut in opinion it waa thing for, on the face it, it purported
25 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRIVATE GARDEN*.

PRIVATE GARDEN*.

Feathered Bizarrea—First prize, William Andrews, Esq. Second prize, J. M. Chavtor, Esq.; gardener, Mr. Byrne. Third prize, Richard William*, Esq. ; gardener, Mr. Wright. Flamed Bizarre*—First prize, J. M. Chartor, Esq., for Prince Coburgb, Eneas. Second prize, William Andrews, E
25 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH FAIRS.

IRISH FAIRS.

RE HELD THB RNSUINO Monday, Mat 97—Ardfert, Kerry ; Anlnm? A dare, Limerick ; Aldington, Limerick; Billiaamalhird, Fermanagh ; Baltinamuoer. Cork ; BallingarTT, Limerick ; Bsl* Tipperary; Ballinrobe, Mavo; Ballymore l Wrttmeath; BallvscaUv, Tvrone; Banada, Sligo; Calur, Tipperar
25 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
tPcNING OF THE DUBLIN AND DID RAILWAY.

tPcNING OF THE DUBLIN AND DID RAILWAY.

OF THE DUBLIN AND DID RAILWAY. THE Public are resiiectfully informed tM this Railway will OPENED for the convwmce of Passengers from DUBLIN to DROGHEDA, and Inc Intermediate Stations, on FRIDAY NEXT, the MAY, after which limited number of Trains will continue to run daily uotil t
21 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland