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tlic 'rusulutVon, ; tij’iiinst »kc' ■rcsuluticn 72 A jlncl took P' Jc between Lord PWergcoi.it for a'rt-'Mr. Koebuck, w!ien Mr.

tlic 'rusulutVon, ; tij’iiinst »kc' ■rcsuluticn 72 A jlncl took P' Jc between Lord PWergcoi.it for a'rt-'Mr. Koebuck, w!ien Mr.

Roebuck having received Lor»l wonverscoui t’g fire,discharged hi* jiistol'in 'ihc air, and otfereef a iaHstactory apology. MARCH 1, Viscnurfl tlirington is'R'ppoiiitt’d Lord Lieutenant firtland, and'dajled to the house of peeis, by’hii‘title iiurod Fortestuc. The American Congre
8 January 1840 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THIS HBRW> ihf ef P^eT*

THIS HBRW> ihf ef P^eT*

THIS HBRW> P^ * •t, »hrifi»V »« ( > »li« . UovYVt'v.f »f i hi* .» The Julies Uiiweiinn Bill l» s-m\ ihifd time the Hnnse tnrdl*, a«4 nassetl-. •., The t)u«he?'* nf wFfeei Lishen «« retntn visit t« het Mn* „ l Devtfeeilen hy fire Bwano'l ate, - . ■ . . Severe Uattahnni, having aga
8 January 1840 - Clonmel Herald - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
' ' 2A...a „ AND CLONMEL GENERAL ADVERTISER.

' ' 2A...a „ AND CLONMEL GENERAL ADVERTISER.

8 January 1840 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
EXCERPTA FROM SHBLLEIf’S LETTERS

EXCERPTA FROM SHBLLEIf’S LETTERS

EXCERPTA FROM LETTERS A Description take ijreat delight in changes of the atmosphere, and the growth of the than hr showers with which the moon often over shadowed, an which break and Cade away towards evening into »cks of delicate clouds. Our fire-flies are fading away fast hi,*
8 January 1840 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEWRY examiner:

THE NEWRY examiner:

COAL-YARD, 41, MERCHANTS’-QUAY 1»A LLVHOT-BRIDGE. SI hogs rcluni liis best K. to his Humorous Friends, for the unprecedented Success has met with since opening the above Concern, and assures those who may continue favour him, that their Orders shall he strictly attended to. K. R
8 January 1840 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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sion di .ct Ikml U- f■ ■ fev, r« l ankicly th ui !'.«• ai

sion di U- ■ fev, ankicly !'.«• Tli iriml bur» »!nc »■ ,>!, an.l til. ol* •••* •a - i tin in waves of ’•'«n'ic , ■ jvf i-l . I.r uit'i tliu cr. I- ,u will i- n.r.i 'H . norlli. )• • (11**1 ict'.y s. I a|ijiT,ucl.:n tin? n^umnintiiiii <; f liiT fat- lii ri-vfr •>! llji’:” •it lb r
8 January 1840 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

The lady E*q. Weaford, ofn daeffhter. At the residence her father, John Gray, Eeq., t'plon Houae, county Cerlowr, the lady Richard Gibblngw, E*q., of Gibbinff»* Grove, county Cork, of daufhler. A few days »ioce, at E*»on Cleveland, Margaret Harrison, wife labouring man, of three
8 January 1840 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
GENERAL AGENCY OFFICE, , N». 17, Snllitim’t Quay, / MR. BROWN being about to reside in London, and having appointed

GENERAL AGENCY OFFICE, , N». 17, Snllitim’t Quay, / MR. BROWN being about to reside in London, and having appointed

Mr. GEORGE PLEUKY his soccessor. the Firm will be in future carried on at Conic, Greenwood, West, sod Co. TO PARENFS AND GUARDIANS. A Vacancy for ONE or TWO Young Gentlemen as MIDSHIPMEN, in one the finest first class Indiamen out of London, where will have an opportunity of lea
8 January 1840 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIED,

MARRIED,

Ob the 4th instant, the Reverend William Dobbyo, Clonraore Church, County Kilkenny, the Rev. or. W« J. Price, of Waterford, to Rosamond, daughter of Orff* Thomai Roberta, R.N. of the City of Water* ford. Limerick, Jame* Henry GilUn, E»q., of Limerick, to Matilde EUeo. eldest dau
8 January 1840 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
'EARTHQUAKE NEAR LYME.

'EARTHQUAKE NEAR LYME.

On Christ mas-er about six, the residents the houses and cottages along the coast between d >eaten weie alarmed convulsion of the earth, attended with fearful sounds : this astounding occurrence was succeeded by reiterations the phenomena, and it was soon ascertained that a cour
8 January 1840 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland