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ti\UrTKI» Til REG YEARS, £<soo, / \T Six per CtMit. per Aouum for wliid/i ample . Scruiiiy will geven. Apply

ti\UrTKI» Til REG YEARS, £<soo, / \T Six per CtMit. per Aouum for wliid/i ample . Scruiiiy will geven. Apply

to Mr. JOSEPH M'MINW, Newnr. N«wry, 21st Die.,
1 January 1840 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
St.-iMf* for Hot:

St.-iMf* for Hot:

Deck Passenger*. Every attention i«i.l to tin- forwarding of t:oo.l». SAMI SMITH, NVu-rv, anil W;»rriM»|*oinl; or, |» \MKI. r.ANN» . I", L*iauas LivcrjH>ol. N. .t in, I, If'!' - \ • ■ ■ ■ ! 1“■ ' • l ili.it the stun, cast, ■» luJ been i reviously dticacJ tricks. Eittratiuf, r. c
4 January 1840 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
IMPORTANT TO LADIES.

IMPORTANT TO LADIES.

COURT QUEEN’S BENCH, LONDON. THURSDAY. Liability of Husbands.—Harvey and Kingston r. the Hon. G. C. Norton.—This was action for goods sold and delivered. The defendant had pleaded nan assvtnpsit. The Attorney-General staled that the plaintiffs were drapers and carpet manufacture
3 January 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
STATE OF TRADE IN ENGLAND.

STATE OF TRADE IN ENGLAND.

Distressed Condition of the Working Classes at Bradford.. .The oldest resident in the town does not remember a time when, for want of employment, sickness.&c., the working classes were in such a state of absolute destitution ; many hundreds of families being totally out of emplo
2 January 1840 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BISHOP PHILPOTTS.

BISHOP PHILPOTTS.

A scene took place Christmas day, in the chapel of Torquay, most remarkably striking, and characteristic.— The Kev. Mr. Elliott performed the duty, and was assisted in the communion by the bishop of the diocese. The Kubric enjoins tint the creed of St. Athanasiuj be said on that
4 January 1840 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO IRONMONGERS, LOCKSMITHS, &c. THE POOR LAW COMMISSIONERS are desirous of receiving proposals for the supply of ftl jGES, LOCKS,

TO IRONMONGERS, LOCKSMITHS, &c. THE POOR LAW COMMISSIONERS are desirous of receiving proposals for the supply of ftl jGES, LOCKS,

and other Fastenings for the Doors dows of the Work Mouses in Irelmd, to be ing to patterns and supplied when and as required.— Descriptive particulars, and the conditions of #»e several Contracts to be entered into, may be obtained/at the of: fice of the Poor Law Commissioners,
7 January 1840 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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4 January 1840 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
rumored ministerial changes.

rumored ministerial changes.

nil wtiUnerrd about wnonp the lh*t tbriiiEluo toleove Ireland, andtot Aetha pla« of at the Hoo.. D»parto..ol. That Lord Norn..n--h» to to Paria, and Lord Giaoailla to India, •billier l.ord would ha»e rodo, that" u<l > olijKtad. The Licoteuaocy of Irrltnd, it laid, will bo accept
4 January 1840 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
BY MIIB. C. WILSON.

BY MIIB. C. WILSON.

Old Christmas returns In his mantle of snow. And gay groups assemble around the warm hea.’th } While holiday faces with happiness glow, And all things bespeak It, season of mirth ; Dull care has ia’en wing-rosy joy hold sway, E’ten sorrow's pale cheek beguil'd of tear. Fat i sun
4 January 1840 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
POST-OFFICE.

POST-OFFICE.

At the greatly be desired reduced rate of postage is to come into operation on Friday the 10th inst,. we therefore in order facilitate the sorting of the Mails, and to promote quick delivery of letters by tbe carriers, respectfully bat most strongly recommend public when forward
4 January 1840 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland