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Tmo—" due luetri,” Mre. Elliott, Miu H»r»ey Mis« H"d»e» . . Mercedaute Rkcit and Ai«, dceire) “Thou art . rone,” Mr*. Elliott . • Grand Fantasia, Harp, Mr. G. F. Con- ran. Prater Darin* Battle, Mr. Hodges, —** Deep in the dusky lawn Mrs. Elliott and Mias Hart • • Bat-tao-- The B
4 January 1840 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
unijfAlv-'•nrici v«»s»Sttfoc« in all ««U»

unijfAlv-'•nrici v«»s»Sttfoc« in all ««U»

v«»s»Sttfoc« all ««U» •he a-aria.:««r!i tar "I *1 rail'*ctinn i.f .on! !»)• <*i) ni°st *.i-iira! tt«, 4«-< Ofii. ..rjdnicls »o? I'hira'l.-jr {*;#» a*? t!' .i» < f rai***, with a*id every ichraizilna tf:»h lc*aran.‘»*‘ v»o »hp Compci*>'» nun»g«r for EIFPE. »'>!, S’, re p'i M r.,f»
4 January 1840 - Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
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4 January 1840 - Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
ZUt MoSfdwmnn Journal*

ZUt MoSfdwmnn Journal*

Journal* Tltc Lord Lieuttnanl and Pi ivy Council have c>>in|iticd with the (irHycr of thr memorial from landowner* and occu|iiiT* s>n rounding Car lekhrp, to have tint; town Constituted place ndd'itg cjnarierseatdon*. proclamation was issiied I’ndav, ordering that ipiarter ses«io
4 January 1840 - Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
SPIRIT OF THE PUBLIC JOURNALS.

SPIRIT OF THE PUBLIC JOURNALS.

all—influenced by none." *» ./ CHRONICLE.—As well a# we can fathom the design* of the faction the announcement of its oracle, the work of driving back the Irish Catholics, now seven millions, to the state of mere villainege from which their race has emerged since 1793, when they
3 January 1840 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING,

SPORTING,

Midlrton Steeple Chase.—This race came off on Saturday last, over the old Midlelon steeple chase ground, and was well contested. The horses were placed as foU low : Mr. Roche’s bay horse, Ateuelpha —. mmw 1 I Mr. Morris’s do. do. Whalebone A sheet would cover the horses in both
2 January 1840 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

December 26, at his house Eccles-street, Gordon M'Neill, Esq., formerly lieutenant in the 77th regiment, aged years. This much-esteemed gentleman entered the army at early age, served in India, and subsequently accompanied the British expedition to Holland in 1809. The baneful i
2 January 1840 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE—YcrßKiuy.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE—YcrßKiuy.

Head-Office. —Mary Anne Marshall and Anna Walsh charged a mao named John Allen with violently assaulting them. It appeared that the prisoner entered tha house of the complainants, in Digges-lane, on yesterday morning, and struck them with poker. Tha complainant, Marshall, was se
2 January 1840 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
manifested them on behalf th« maligned and intuited Protestants of Ireland." He aaid that b« could not forego the gratification

manifested them on behalf th« maligned and intuited Protestants of Ireland." He aaid that b« could not forego the gratification

ol moting the resolution, and hit sincere thanks the chairman and Mr. Butt for defending the cause of Irish Protestantism at Warrington. Were it not for such men coming forward upon such occasions as the present, expressing their feelings and exposing the insults offered to Prot
2 January 1840 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Sailed—Thames steamer, good* and passengers, London. Two vessel* arith ballast.

Sailed—Thames steamer, good* and passengers, London. Two vessel* arith ballast.

KINGSTOWN HARBOUR, Jaw. I.—Arrived—The Liverpool and Head Mails. HIGH WATER AT DUBLIN BAR—Tuti Day. Morning Tide ... 14 mio. past 9 Evening Tide ... min. past 9 Dublin Printed and Published at the Office, No. 80, MARL BORO UGH. STREET, (entrance in Elephant, lane, by the Proprie
2 January 1840 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland