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OPEN-AIR MEETING AT TEMPLENOE—REDUCTION OF RENTS—PETITION AGAINST A RETURN TO PROTECTION.

OPEN-AIR MEETING AT TEMPLENOE—REDUCTION OF RENTS—PETITION AGAINST A RETURN TO PROTECTION.

[from the reporter or the tralee chronicle.] The following advertisement appeared in the number of the Tralee Chronicle RENTS ! RENTS ! ! RENTS ! !—LOW PRICES ! LOW RENTS ! A Public Meeting will be held on St. Stephen'* Day, theCrou Keen ! I! to petition Parliament to take into
31 December 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MORI YELPING AT FATHER MATHEW.

MORI YELPING AT FATHER MATHEW.

MORI YELPING FATHER MATHEW. fFrom the Bottom Pilot.) One Lumpkin, of Georgia, hu been shaking hi* tampiih head and wagging hi) foolish tongue against Father Mathew—just like other ill-behaved fanatic* in thi* city. Our reader* are aware that few fanatical Northern* have been mapp
31 December 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ASSISTANT GUARDIANSHIP OF THE KILKENNY UNION.

THE ASSISTANT GUARDIANSHIP OF THE KILKENNY UNION.

(From the Moderator.) We are happy to perceive that whatever difficultiei stood, or were supposed to have stood, in the way of carrying out an appointment to thii office, have been at length removed, and that the valuable services of Mr. O'Shauchnessv have been secured for this
31 December 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY-MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY-MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

London, Friday. good deal of business was transacted in the , Hume Funds to-day, and the market was firm. Consols were done 96} to J, and closed at 96} to e*. div. for the opening. Reduced Three per Cents. 96} to New Three and-a-Quarter per Cents., to |; Exchequer Bills, at 595.
31 December 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Marquis of Ely with his usual liberality had each of his labourers, and many of the poor tenantry on

The Marquis of Ely with his usual liberality had each of his labourers, and many of the poor tenantry on

the estate, bountifully supplied with good substantial dinner on Christmas Day Fermanagh Mail. ' We feel great pleasure in noticing the appointment of George John Crawford, Esq., L.L.D., of the Connau-ht bar, to be Chief Justice of Adelaide, with salary of 1,000?. a-year. Mr. Cr
31 December 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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SIR ROBERT PEEL ON THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF LANDLORDISM.

SIR ROBERT PEEL ON THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF LANDLORDISM.

Oar readers, whatever may be their respective private opinions upon the landlord and tenant question, can none of them have forgotten the unction with which Sir Robert Peel, some eighteen months since, denounced the owners of Irish land. The " solemn swell" of that illustrious h
31 December 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Death John Thomas Bland, Esq., of Blandsfort, in the Queen's County. —This gentleman, the head one of the old families

Death John Thomas Bland, Esq., of Blandsfort, in the Queen's County. —This gentleman, the head one of the old families

of the county, expired on the night of Christmas, at his residence Blandsfort, after a after a few days' illness, aged years. By his death without issue a long chain (from of lineal descent of the family estates has been broken.—Leinster Express. Joseph Tippeeart. —On Monday las
31 December 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
O'CONNELL ON PROTECTION—ITS EFFECTS IN IRELAND AND ENGLAND.

O'CONNELL ON PROTECTION—ITS EFFECTS IN IRELAND AND ENGLAND.

the fierce contest which now rages the words oi O'Connell may be of value to the working agriculturists of Irelaud whose interests, it will not be said, he ever overlooked. O'Connell was himself landlord, but good, just and improving landlord, as well a far-seeing one. His views
31 December 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE HIGH TIDE.

THE HIGH TIDE.

During the last few days the most extensive preparations were made against the expected high tide that was to inundate the whole city. The Custom-house authorities particularly frightened the public, by having the sugars, teas and other commodities removed from the vaults to the
31 December 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMAGH GUARDIAN, MONDAY, DECEMBER 31. 1840. LAMBETH

THE ARMAGH GUARDIAN, MONDAY, DECEMBER 31. 1840. LAMBETH

Mr. Robert Pile, of rest on South Lambeth, and Frederick James Cape, of the same residence, young men of respectable appearance, were placed at the bar before Mr. Elliott, a charge of conspiring together to defraud Mr. Win. Mach wick, and others, at present unknown. • Mr. George
31 December 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland