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VOL. 3--No. CLXXIII. wanted of the severe simplicity of the man, and the inflexible singleness of mind which charactenses hi.:

VOL. 3--No. CLXXIII. wanted of the severe simplicity of the man, and the inflexible singleness of mind which charactenses hi.:

true patriotism, we woeid fin 1 it in this frigid abstinence from honour anti title... The highest distinctions flow from the granted.: and love of a people, and tb are fr:ely accorded to William Dargan.—Freeinan.
28 May 1853 - Sligo Chronicle - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
be tte'ose Into the room sad took pert Is the proosedlsge.

be tte'ose Into the room sad took pert Is the proosedlsge.

be tte'ose the room sad took pert Is the proosedlsge. El ss lastroa, am laid, bet insted - that In tit bi. la Use Maisel, r.lisysold's did Doi th• Frames the eshoohnestert proved that be Wooded Metal regularly. hot as Mr. &loot& to watch he, the sebonlotelevr. did not understsed.
28 May 1853 - Sligo Chronicle - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL HOSPITAL-GRAND FANCY DRESS BALL.

ROYAL HOSPITAL-GRAND FANCY DRESS BALL.

Lieutenant-General Sir E 'ward end Lady Illakeney save • fall dream and (Ailey ball. at the Royal Hospital, Kilmaiah.m, oa riday evening. 11w ball, which was on a sesta of greet magal• Armee. was Iwoourei he the pretsenes of the Earl sod of Sit. German,. who ar.ived at • qua ter
28 May 1853 - Sligo Chronicle - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Gentlemen's Clothing at the Scotch Commercial 7 NO. 17 AND 18, MARKET STREET, SUGO. EDAMLELPSIIIIIS VEratlPllll/r r)ESPFCTFULLY c a ll

Gentlemen's Clothing at the Scotch Commercial 7 NO. 17 AND 18, MARKET STREET, SUGO. EDAMLELPSIIIIIS VEratlPllll/r r)ESPFCTFULLY c a ll

the a tt en ti on of th e d e seriminating publit of Sligo to the system they adopted with lh regard to the Clwrges they make for FINISHING, in the FIRST STYLE, ALL GARMENTS MADE ORDER. The price of Cloth is solected—the quantity a scertained by the Cotter —then the price of Tri
28 May 1853 - Sligo Chronicle - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
SLIGO UNION.

SLIGO UNION.

The Guardians held their weekly meeting at the Work. honse, on Tuesday. Mr. WOOD prodded. Present :—Captain Fawcett, helmet Duke, J.P., St. George Jones Martin, J.P.. George Robinson, Roger Parke, J.P. Henry Griffith. J.P., Captain ()lichens, Peter O'Cosmor, J.P.. Edward Smyth,
17 September 1853 - Sligo Chronicle - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Etc ithng ant Nab.

Etc ithng ant Nab.

ant Nab. THE NEW COSTUMES OF THE ARMY. We are now in a position to state exactly what changes Ire contemplated in the cmiume of the British Army, aid we most heartily con,gratidate the profession upon alterations which have long and peraeverinF,ly been advocated as suitable to th
17 September 1853 - Sligo Chronicle - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
IT IS PROPOSED TO HOLD A BAZAAR AT MARKREE, On the 27th tint., FOR TRR SUPPORT Cr rim I'DLISTI I,

IT IS PROPOSED TO HOLD A BAZAAR AT MARKREE, On the 27th tint., FOR TRR SUPPORT Cr rim I'DLISTI I,

SCHOOLS Admittance Is; Children t 12 6.1. The Gates will be opened at Eleven, sot , procipely.
17 September 1853 - Sligo Chronicle - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
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10 July 1852 - Sligo Chronicle - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
I 1 V A GOODII . TRO EH OR LOUGH, See, A SMALL CONIT ISE, OR UN/ 11111SURO. Letters rootamiog

I 1 V A GOODII . TRO EH OR LOUGH, See, A SMALL CONIT ISE, OR UN/ 11111SURO. Letters rootamiog

fall tenders as to rent, &e., &e., to be a ddressed" A. Z.," oe of this Paper.
10 July 1852 - Sligo Chronicle - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
SLIGO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1853.

SLIGO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1853.

unskilled labouress, working without either plan or concert. "Science," says the Argue 645 done little or sighing for us. Our process in obtaining gold are of the rudest nature. The search is charac. tense! almost solely by what the sailors call 'timer strength and stopidity,' "
01 January 1853 - Sligo Chronicle - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland