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MARRIAGES IN HIGH LIFE.

MARRIAGES IN HIGH LIFE.

MARRIAGES HIGH LIFE. GHI.MSTO.VS marriage with Lady CRAVEN will take place next month. Captain PSOKT, R.N., eldest eon of the late Admiral the Hon. Sir I PAGET, will In a few days be married to Mies CSROLINB M CttNToca, third daughter of HENRY M'CLINTOCB, Esq., Collator Dundalk.
8 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DOINGS WINDSOR CASTLE. (FROM THE HERALD.) WINDSOR, SUNDAY EVENlNG —Arrangements are now made for her Majesty leave the Castle for

DOINGS WINDSOR CASTLE. (FROM THE HERALD.) WINDSOR, SUNDAY EVENlNG —Arrangements are now made for her Majesty leave the Castle for

town on Thursday neat. It not expected that the Queen will remain at Buckingham beyond Saturday, the lBth The dresses, and " all the paraphernalia," be wom Majesty the day the nuptials will celebrated, are completed for the inspection of the Queen, to whom they are to submitted,
8 January 1840 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

The hit records the promotion of three of our fellow-citizens, Tne highly distinguished veteran, Major-General Sir Hugh Gough, the Colonelcy of the 99ih ; Gloster, Clit, •on of George loiter. Esq. to company in that and Ensign Henry Piercy, ton the late Capt. Piercy, Aldermun of
8 January 1840 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
LIMERICK MARKETS-Jan 4.

LIMERICK MARKETS-Jan 4.

Wheat Is 3i to *2> per slotie ; barley lOd to per •lone; oats 9Jd per stone ; potatoes 4}d per •too* ; market hides to per stone ; kip and run* 6d to 4s per stone ; green calf-skins 3jd to per lb. Butter 90s 84s pe'cwt, and IsOJ paid over.
8 January 1840 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
3*fif iMail.

3*fif iMail.

Watkutord. WEDNESDAY. Jas. 8. 1840 A. the meeting of parliament (the lime for the political conflict) approachea, the wreck of the Cabinet becomes more snd more inevilsble and msnifest. Signsls distress hang out from the mast hesd, sod Mr. O’Connell ranges the decks flring minnl
8 January 1840 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
BAPTIST mission.

BAPTIST mission.

- :,|, ,h« 20th »U.. > deputation from the 0n i the Bepli.l Mieetonery Societr w.ited ron Sir Lionel Smith. G.C.8.. late hr •'’'"'“Tj'm.ic „ceived very cour(joerroor J ,„ llency eubeequently for- tb" following reply to their congratulatory -I thank yon «ry eordidly for yonr kind
8 January 1840 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
FEVER HOSPITAL.

FEVER HOSPITAL.

SIR. WE the Members of the Regulating Committee of the Waterford Fever Hospital, request you will convene a MEETING the Governors said Hospital on MONDAY, the 13th of January lost., at the CHAMBER COMMERCE, for the purpose of receiving the Annual Statement of the Income and Expe
8 January 1840 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
WATERFORD STEAM COMPANY

WATERFORD STEAM COMPANY

8 January 1840 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
C tl A N C E R V;

C tl A N C E R V;

N C E William ") Hbnhy Bolton, | Olliers. j PkitUiffs. The Rev. Hkiolt Dhow xHtudy and PURSUANT thefltodl Decree made in this Cause, bearing date the Bth Day JUNE; 1889; and a subsequent Order, bearing date tin* 15tb day of NOVEMBER, 1839. I I y V X Till SDAY, • FEBRUAHY next, at
8 January 1840 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OT THE FARMER’S MAGAZINE.

TO THE EDITOR OT THE FARMER’S MAGAZINE.

Sir—l believe 1 was the first who tried the experiment of feeding cattle boiled barley ; the successful result, and the method which was pursued, were communicated in, think, your March number for 1338 ; with slrontj recommendation of the system. I feel, therefore, called upon t
8 January 1840 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland