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THE REPRESENTATION OF ENNIS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES. Sir—My attention has been this moment directed to the publicity

THE REPRESENTATION OF ENNIS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES. Sir—My attention has been this moment directed to the publicity

given by the Times to a paragraph from the Clare Journal, reiterated by others ot the Irish press, intimating that a canvass of the constituency which I have the honour to represent had been commenced, consequent on a rumour that I had accepted some official appointment. The spi
31 December 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
r —_ TAILORING DEPARTMENT. ODD, BURNS, AND CO. |' announce that they are now largely supplied un'fn'th suite to present

r —_ TAILORING DEPARTMENT. ODD, BURNS, AND CO. |' announce that they are now largely supplied un'fn'th suite to present

Season, and in tho very best manner. Also, An extensive assortment of the PATENT WATERPROOF FABRICS. Shooting Coats from Vets from 4 d Paletots 25 0 . Trowsers '*10 6 Dressing Gowns 17 6 Ri ling Coats Frieze Over Coats 23 « or 5 do ;. 30 Frocks, Dress Coats, ike. . ROTHES. LIVER
31 December 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK SESSIONS—FRIDAY, 28TH DECAMBER.

CORK SESSIONS—FRIDAY, 28TH DECAMBER.

tr-a- f® l ' o " Walt> » B*«wic«, E. 0.1 Rocke ni for assault L Becher, at kinsale, on the 2d Not. last Richard Becher examined by Mr. , the 2d of November last; *», iu prisoner came into house that <* lor match ; I told him to go out, as mn* • cated, he uid he would not until f
31 December 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DUNMANWAY UNION—SATURDAY.

DUNMANWAY UNION—SATURDAY.

Tee Guardians held their usual weekly meeting Saturday the 22d Dec. 1849. In the Chair Daniel Conner, Esq., Manch House, Si* other Guardians present. The Clerk reported that Mr. Matbew, P. Auditor, attended at the Board-room on the 19th Inst., and completed the audit of the unio
31 December 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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
 
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31 December 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland