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tiiellverpool AXI» miiUX stkameus now staut , NIIAH S HOCK. Till GLASGOW STE.\MEBS FIIOM QI EEN S QUAY. STK.«M COXVIVAXCT,

tiiellverpool AXI» miiUX stkameus now staut , NIIAH S HOCK. Till GLASGOW STE.\MEBS FIIOM QI EEN S QUAY. STK.«M COXVIVAXCT,

for LONDON. LIVKKroOI. 1 AL- Molfril. I’I.VMOLTIL DKVoNIMItT. SOITIIAMITON. OIJVSOOW. «.l:i.i:No( K. and Dim.lN The lnt< Dei'.intre are«.•» follow For I.ONIHIN.from DuMin. calllne at Fulinoiitlil and Soutluamplun, the Itritieh and Irish >ii i <■om|*am ’» U Ki; COKNWALL. Captain
31 December 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
A S O O FOB CHRISTMAS. 1 let 111) Imryi be^Ul iiU«- hulv cm? tell* arc rlmring. Ci'tttc me. will.

A S O O FOB CHRISTMAS. 1 let 111) Imryi be^Ul iiU«- hulv cm? tell* arc rlmring. Ci'tttc me. will.

Ami carol clne. Ow.iut. loiml ..mt ha.ir. l hrblimu E\c, got merry time f* re ms Ami now. ••W Mei.ils your pan! lenve, 111 troll sotip ami tin- •Uw m.; Aim! U»b al;«ll tlm f-r ci-, tlieiue cynic ilarv cmnlcmn. M:i« ktm'Jy vonlar.il lovim- heart l-e houaeln-kl “alar* of Ikll.Uhcm
31 December 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VARIETIES.

HER MAJESTY. Windsor, Dec. 29—The Queen and Prince Albert walked this morning in the Slopes. The Royal family took their usual airings His Royal Highness Prince Albert went out shooting this morning 1 »ttended by Lord Alfred Paget, Colonel Hon. C. B. Pliipps, and Colonel Boureri
31 December 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SIR R. PEEL AND HIS FARMERS.

SIR R. PEEL AND HIS FARMERS.

The following letter has been addressed Sir R. Peel to the tenant farmers on his estate: " wish t0 communicate with you on the present state and the prospects of agriculture so far as they concern our relations of landlord and tenant, and I know not that I could select any bette
31 December 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

The P*esk«t Strength of the Army i* Ireland.—Royal Artillery—2 Troops Horse Brigade, 10 Companies of Battalions and Detachment*, 1,1 GO Gunners and Drirers; 10 Dragoon Regiments, 4,000 Rank and File; 24 Infantry Regiments, 10 Infantry Depots, 24,000 Rank and File; Officers of Ro
31 December 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Marquis of Salisbury, in a letter to Mr. Sidney Herbert touching the emigration scheme of the latter for the

The Marquis of Salisbury, in a letter to Mr. Sidney Herbert touching the emigration scheme of the latter for the

relief of the poor needlewomen, &c., says : I would, however, venture call your serious attention to the reasoning which you arrive the conclusion that exile is the only remedy for the acknowledged destitution of our poor. You attribute to the competition which exists between ca
31 December 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS. December 30, at Castleward, the Viscountess Bangor, of a daughter. December 25, the Viscountess Nevill was safely delivered of

BIRTHS. December 30, at Castleward, the Viscountess Bangor, of a daughter. December 25, the Viscountess Nevill was safely delivered of

a daughter, at Hackness Hail, Yorkshire. December 25, Thorp arch, Yorkshire, the wife of Captain James Eman, 41st Regiment, of a daughter. At Queenstown, the lady of Alfred Nepean, Esq., R.M., H.M.S. Gauges, of a son. December 24, at Enniskean Cottage, the lady of the Rev. Willi
31 December 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPONGES, WHOLESALE AND I RETAIL. 8. WEINGARTEN, IMPORTER OP SPONGES, , _„.„ „ 7, WJCKLOW.STKEET, S GRAFTON.STREET,) °J Pn ,

SPONGES, WHOLESALE AND I RETAIL. 8. WEINGARTEN, IMPORTER OP SPONGES, , _„.„ „ 7, WJCKLOW.STKEET, S GRAFTON.STREET,) °J Pn ,

me Toilet > Carriage, and Stable Sponges reduced prices! 1 Immediate delivery modehas also on hand a large quantity of Turkey Honey. are suitable for either Carriage or Bathing y 014 a ua Of Water and a -ever, soft,and are not more than one-third the price of the fine Turkey Spo
31 December 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS Made at the Commercial Building«, Dublin, under the direction of the Council of the Chamber Commerce. FOR THE

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS Made at the Commercial Building«, Dublin, under the direction of the Council of the Chamber Commerce. FOR THE

WEEK COMME.ICI.IO MOIDAV, STTTH DECEMBER, 1849. ROBERT HERON,) n „ AUG. RUSSELL, Registrar* Scire Island, Cork,—The government having directed that additional convicts shall be sent to the convict depot this place, a strong detachment from the 41st regiment, under a field office
31 December 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ESTABLISHED CHURCH.

ESTABLISHED CHURCH.

We understand that some the pewholders Trinity Church, Lower Gardiner-street, have seceded from that congregation, in consequence of not being on the list of those who are visited by the Chaplain or his Curate, and that others, so circumstanced, are likely to follow a similar co
31 December 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland