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CONDITION Of THE COUNTRY.

CONDITION Of THE COUNTRY.

(VMM OUB own COUBarONDBNT.) In my lata journey* through the country, I mad* tome oa id wretched >tate and degraded condition ; yet, conceiving bath to be tolerably well-known, I hesitated to them publicity, until I heard from various gentlemen connected with property, that ttey
31 December 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PROTECTION

PROTECTION

Notwithstanding the inveterate hostility of the Whig government, and its pertinacity in free trade—notwithstanding the edict of the "King of the] West Riding," that free trade in corn and cattle is irrevocable—notwithstanding the servile echo which Sir Robert Peel has returned t
31 December 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE POOR AW COMMISSION IMPOSTURE.

THE POOR AW COMMISSION IMPOSTURE.

is difficult to find anything more disgusting than the shameless audacity of the devices by which the Poor Law imposture is kept up, through the never-resting activity of that host of voracious vermin which the contrivance of Mr. Nicholls has called into existence in Ireland. Sp
31 December 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEATHER.

THE WEATHER.

From an early hour on Friday morning there was a violent gale from the north-west. The Admiralty steamer Vivid, with the mails due at six o'clock, did not reach Kingstown till half-past eight, and whilst weathering the gale she lost her boats and her paddle-boxes suffered some s
31 December 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BSavricd

BSavricd

!*<• JO. in the Presbyterian Church. Middletown, the Rev. Samuel Uendren. M.. Mr. John Wallace, Jen.. HlllluiU, to Miss Margaret Steel, TVniveni. l*v. 34. In St. Michael'*Church, by the Rev. C. S. Straadford, J. Thompson. Esq., IKlt ist, to Kate, daughter of the letc Uev. 31. La
31 December 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
fHarkcta.

fHarkcta.

ARMAGH, Dec. 29.—Grain, kc Wheat, white from 6*l (M per cwt; red, to 7* per cwt ; oats, to 81 per stone ; barley, 6»d to 7d per stono oatmeal, IN (MM to 9s 6d per cwt; flour, Ist, Ids o<l to )3s 6d; 2d, 11s 3d, to 7s 6*l ; 4th, 6s Od to 7s per cwt; brai, to 4s per cwt. Provision
31 December 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
DECAY OF OUR GENTRY.

DECAY OF OUR GENTRY.

A friend calls our attention to a statement lately . put forth by the correspondent of a London journal, that the latter had " personal knowledge" of the distressing fact that a gentleman once in the enjoy- mnent of £7,000 a-year is now the inmate of a pro- z vijicial poorhouse,
31 December 1849 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

INAUGURATION Q.F THE NEW .LORD MAYOR. THE Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Town Councillors in their Robes, and ?? with their Equipages, will assemble at the MANSION-HOUSE, on TO-MORROW (Tuesday), the lst January, 1850, at Half-past Eleven o'Clock.precisely, and pro
31 December 1849 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SIR ROBERT PEEL AND HIS TENANTRY.

SIR ROBERT PEEL AND HIS TENANTRY.

| : The folowinrgis a copy of a letter winch has been addressed by Sir Robert Peel to his tenantry:- TO THiE TEtNTI-FAUXECS ON THE ESTATE Ob SIR ROBERT PEEL. I wish to conmmunicate with you on the present state and the prospects of agriculture, so far as they concern our Ta- lat
31 December 1849 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONSCIENCE NEVER I>IES.

CONSCIENCE NEVER I>IES.

A » roan of cliarartpr nml constdcrablo ttcalth o-CAsion Iravt-J, in tin* way business, nt some dislancc from the place of his ulmmlc, t«H.k hi* servant. lie had with him some of his best jewel* and a large *om of money. The master having occasion dismount the road, the servant
31 December 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland