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F.llOl TO ITIE LET.

F.llOl TO ITIE LET.

F.llOl TO LET. TO LET from the lit NOVEIIIIER next, (f purpoiri.) the Lunt* TI'LLVE(t N. County of t iv One tni!e tren three from Ogees k)enotaiuing about 82 Ayres a lease for 5 it Ira Propon6 be a.ldresied I. B. Lnic•, E.q., Roe• back 'low, Xmaut Nugeht. 814 .VROCIC LINE OF A US
04 November 1858 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
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fir Isorrsr.

fir It appeared from the evidence of Mine Henrietta Marshall, daughter the late Rev. James Marshall. that Miss Richt. ~pd bed ben on a visit at Arlington place for about sex She was fond of !man), and used to Potaniee during her walks whenever an opportunity offered. Mr. Ilenry J
04 November 1858 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
JOHN °DLL) M

JOHN °DLL) M

E PECVFLTLLY directs atteution to hie Eite,isivc Arrivals . NEW" AGRICULTURAL AND GARDEN SEEDS, 111 E O.tEEN CROP SEEDS having been grown by First-rate Oro-errs in AND. from whom he Imr.rts direct. He warrant them of the FIRST QUALITY. THE CLOVER AND GRASS SEEDS ore of the NM' q
25 February 1858 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
TRIAL OF THE KING OF DELHI.

TRIAL OF THE KING OF DELHI.

The trial of the ex King of lleli i had been fixed for tie 9th of January ; but the pria..ner being indisposed, i 1 postponed the 13th. The charges preferred against him by the government prosecutor, M.. Ilarridt, of the Judge Advocate General's Depar:ment, are—Foe encouraging m
25 February 1858 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
Undersigned has been to sabait for unreserved BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AT BALLINHOWN, The Residence of lb* Ist* Very See. Dr.

Undersigned has been to sabait for unreserved BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AT BALLINHOWN, The Residence of lb* Ist* Very See. Dr.

Sierra; P.P., EDNESD4T, the 27LIOCTOBAlt The following *Meet wed Fashionable Household Farniter*, whieli has bees parchased bat ,Ershort• tisei,•and is sagood seesaw, Ms : IN •PABLOUR : Mahogany' Piller Claw Tables; of Mammy Dining Tables ; 1 dem of Malicigaay Chairs in Bain clo
21 October 1858 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
GREAT VICTORY OP THE

GREAT VICTORY OP THE

the 1* kw** Constantinople Nate that cosunancind by Patna, bad on the Nth De takes Part Adobes, after • resistance. They the palace, whkit assisted of 1,200 lean.
14 January 1858 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WESTMEATH GUARDIAN, JAt‘UARY it

THE WESTMEATH GUARDIAN, JAt‘UARY it

to be permitted to attend and act as godmother. was in his mind. He sou procured a quantity of canes; and freely agreed to, The day cams, and so did hie Presbyterian when the Doctor told him he could not manufacture them reverence, but the expected godmother, from some cause, di
14 January 1858 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
Dr Nugent said that he wield also oppose his went to t , office, from the eireumstanies of his youth.

Dr Nugent said that he wield also oppose his went to t , office, from the eireumstanies of his youth.

Mr liuyd remarked that the officio( eturekeeper to the establishinent was must important, for • great deal of the property of the institution passed through his hands. Alt•r a few observations on the subject. it was agreed that Mr Carve should get a mouth's trial, and the then d
14 January 1858 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
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28 October 1858 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
THE COME r.

THE COME r.

Mr. Uin i, the astronomer, whose c.leurations in connexion with the appearance the late comet turn. 4 out eatr.undr• correct, writes to the Tares:— The comet in thew latitudes was first diecorertd liy Dr. G. B. Donati, astronomer at the Unworn of Florence, on the evening of the
28 October 1858 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland