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JOHN ENNIS.

JOHN ENNIS.

TO TILE OF TUE /COUNTY WESTMEATII. lioamead, Castletown Bth May 1832. GENTLEMEN, In presenting myself as a Candidate for the distinguished bower of being chosen as one of your representatives, I obey the request of the Liberal Club, in giving a distinct statement of the principl
01 July 1852 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

We quote from the Ft eetitan's of Monday . " SATCHDAY has been a very quiet week in commerei.il atliairs. People are greatly attracted by the ion. so clue at baud, and the canowquelit agitation (0 the country especially) bar a visible effect on bushels , . I.w duce...ion of wet
01 July 1852 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
FROLICS OF FEARGUS O'CONNOR.

FROLICS OF FEARGUS O'CONNOR.

The eccentricities of Mr. Feargus O'Connor have for a long time past attracted a considerable share of public attention. Even before his departure for America his conduct daring an examination that took place before one of the Masters in Cheasmy was as outrageous a nature as to
17 June 1852 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
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01 July 1852 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
THE GERMANE COZENS.

THE GERMANE COZENS.

A French journal of repute, which reckon its sources of information the Russian agent' who still Boger on the frontiers of Prance and in Western Germany, draws a strange and humiliating picture of the attitude asmuned by the German towards the court of St Petersburg, exclai tt i
20 July 1854 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
Number less this year by

Number less this year by

MP:DICAL IMPORT. Remaining since last week, Admitted tins week, Total. ... Died in the lloulie 2 Di.ehurged, 4 Total Remaining Coe edleaceut, Total, !comber iu fever last week, Admitted thin week, ••• ••• ••• Tohd, ... ... ... Died, o—Discharged, 7 liemair nit, ... Cui.raiesceut
20 July 1854 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
CO ;Warta's.

CO ;Warta's.

;Warta's. LONDON CORN The weather find this morning, w►ich &rasa the fettle ihrthvr. Wheat—English is 2s. to 44. lower. Auriga, will' liberal supply, is offered at a similar reduction, but militia take only sparingly threat. Floating cargoes of tho coast ruled dull, but impurtei•
20 July 1854 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
BERED MATE& PIIITITIONS. The following petitions were Indeed from Friday, the 26th, to Wednesday. 31st Itesember. 1856, both days inclusive.—

BERED MATE& PIIITITIONS. The following petitions were Indeed from Friday, the 26th, to Wednesday. 31st Itesember. 1856, both days inclusive.—

Bryan, Wm (the Rey ), owner and Whiner. in the counts. of Tipperary. Yearly raker. 1401. in. cumbrances. All. Its 4d. SAkitor, J liouner, 11, Upper lir:aloud-quay. 31•1/ermott, Charles Jos.ph. owner; Charles J 31 Dermots and another, petitioners. (Supplemental petition.) Pnipert
15 January 1857 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WESTMEATH GUARDIAN, MARCH 12.

THE WESTMEATH GUARDIAN, MARCH 12.

ESTATES COURT. °MEZZO ST *R. NAPICIL of absolute orders sale, partition or exchange if premises, in cues attached to or depending in the office of the l i late chief cummisaioner of the Incumbered Estates Court in Ireland, pursuant to which sales, partithas, or exchanges of the
12 March 1857 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WESTMEATH GUARDIAN

THE WESTMEATH GUARDIAN

Witneas--There are five jurors particularly exhausted, and they are all, I think, likely to injured by further confinement; hut I rahnot positively state that the lives of any of them would be endangered, with the exception of Mr. I).avid Smith. The jury were then re-called, and
05 February 1852 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland