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1 January 1840 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ARRIVSD.

ARRIVSD.

Pec. 30.—Armholt, Slain, Liverpool, salt ; Colleen Hawn, Cowler, do. do. 21.—Quentin Leitch, Hunt. r. Quebec, tinilM*r. 23 —Maria an*i Jane, F.vans, Newport, iron. 24. Jupiter, (st.) Tallon, Liverpool, general cargo; St. Martin, Kelly, Bt. John**, timber. 27—Victoria, (st.) Aber
1 January 1840 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Freeholder

Freeholder

1 January 1840 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
COl NT V OF I. OUT II

COl NT V OF I. OUT II

COl V I. OUT II / / Sherijf Sale, M't’vnr, *| 11V virtue of her Majesty’s I’laintill ; Writ of Fieri Facing, in this n.r.ram M‘(«\t i.v, cause to directed, I will, on Defendant. MONDAY, the SIXTH day JANL'AUV next, IS4«», Set p and SKLL, Public Auction, at Aurui'K Inn, in the tow
4 January 1840 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
of the English nation to give the Catholics the same privileges which they held in the reign of Charles the

of the English nation to give the Catholics the same privileges which they held in the reign of Charles the

second (hear). The parchment was not engrossed, when news arrived that the French fleet was in Dingle Bay ; some said don’t sign the treaty, but the Irish officers replied, Our honour is pledged, by which are hound, and, although no parchment is signed, will vindicate our honour
1 January 1840 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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1 January 1840 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
SUPPLEMENT TO THE NE Wit V EX AM I NEIL

SUPPLEMENT TO THE NE Wit V EX AM I NEIL

SUPPLEMENT TO THE NE Wit AM I NEIL j »ce the clay lli.nl some* of the young men before will, like Mr. Brothcrton, take his seat a member of parliament (cheers). As observed before, when 1 differed with the tradesmen of Dublin, I did with sorrow.— They thought was opposed to them—
1 January 1840 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
NEW FRUIT.

NEW FRUIT.

nAILY expected, direct from Messina, per Schooner Campbell’ and expressly selected for this Market. Boxes LEMONS 500 Do. ORANGES ? i} 30 HAZEL NUTS / 60 Do. WALNUTS 10 Cases LIQUORICE PASTE. Apply to EUSTACE HARRIS, Jan. 4, 1840. 50, Georges-street, Cork.
4 January 1840 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HOSPITALS.

HOSPITALS.

The number of sick treated in 1838 has been 75,305; of this number there were 42,954 men, and 32,531 women. In 1837 the number of sick treated was 76,887; difference by decrease in 1838 of 1,582 persons. This difference has been in an equal pi ©portion in the two sexes. There ha
4 January 1840 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Vol. H- N°. 61.) I A T E BENEFITS OF- A FFKKI> to the PUBI.IC.--M(T; AND j IMRANCE RATES REDUCED

Vol. H- N°. 61.) I A T E BENEFITS OF- A FFKKI> to the PUBI.IC.--M(T; AND j IMRANCE RATES REDUCED

THIRTY PEKt-EVr. rl'.R ANNUM LOWER TUAN any other office. lIFE ANNUITY' HATES calculated on Kfluit«u,. FHncijiles.—For example—lor deitPl), (hit Association wiil i;rant placed 'opposite the ace of llie party ; from £.'« and upa'aids in proportion. Are ;ii) to to t:,! ■ 7.) ■ i..
4 January 1840 - Dublin Weekly Herald - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland