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To the Editor of the IVuter/ord Mail.

To the Editor of the IVuter/ord Mail.

Sir— Yoo will oblige roe bjr ioMrtiag la your cr (be rucloied apology which I received through a>y ia. licitor the 12tb December lul. I am, air, Your most obedient tervant, Matthew Pools, Lady Lane, January, 1840, OOCTOH eOOLK. Sir—Having in a moment of irritation and excitement
8 January 1840 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LIMERICK CHRONICLE.

THE LIMERICK CHRONICLE.

Lord John Russell will rive his first ministerial dinner on Wednesday, the 18th inst. Mr. More o'Ft:flail, Secretary of the Admiralty, with Sir Win. Symonds. Surveyor of the Navy, and Capt. Brandreth, Royal Engineers, arrived at Pcrts- ' mouth, on Thursday, to inspect the dock-y
8 January 1840 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

--- - -- On the 31st ult. at Boulognusur-Mer , Ann, daughter of Thos. Grady, ju n. Esq. and grand-daughter of T h omas Grady, Esq. late of Belmont, in this County. At Dunus Glebe, the residence of her son-in-law, the Rev. E.J. Alcoek, Mrs. Jones, relict of the late Rev. HearyJon
8 January 1840 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

There was a considerable supply of Wheat to-day, radiating was brisk for good Wheat at lolly Virelialeaday's rates, and all cleared in a s'a art tone. Millers geaerally paid is 7d to so 24 per stone. Dlcrehanto Is 94 to Is 6d. More Oats the last two days than in the early pan of
8 January 1840 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
PHYSICIANS.

PHYSICIANS.

Archibald Billing, M. D. ; T. W. Jones, 31. D, SURGEONS. James Farial4 Esq. ; John Dalrymple, ESIt; . 4 ; STANDING COUESRL, Russell Gurney, Rm. SOLICITORS. Messrs. Like and Curtis. L halo* ACTOAVY. r t 51.-TOO' Edward Baylis, Esq. r /fit The Adoentayes Offireci by Cf! Policies g
11 January 1840 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
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- - -r. Asour emotes et We've hauled the f And Saw. efeneethel To these damsels so fa That we Oats soma " 191 give basal'," Si " What will you ?" "Oh 'twill do they" Now wenalas4 lwrol That for Warty arra' And for love !latrine
11 January 1840 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
WATERFORD STEAM COMPANY. ORDER SAIUNO. WATERFORD AND niUSTOL. CITY OF imiSrOL AND NORA REIN A, Wll If PAJSENGKR«, CATTLE. FROM

WATERFORD STEAM COMPANY. ORDER SAIUNO. WATERFORD AND niUSTOL. CITY OF imiSrOL AND NORA REIN A, Wll If PAJSENGKR«, CATTLE. FROM

WATERFORD. 1940. TUESDAYS. FROM BRISTOL. 184*’. SATURDAY'*, Jan. 7 7 Mornin/. Morning, 21 Morning. 9 Morning. Feb. —l2 Noon. Jan. 4 Morning. 11 9 Morning. Id Morning. 9 Morning. Fch. 4 \lt rnoon. 8 8 Morning 15 ATcriioon. 11 Morning —l2 Noon. 8 Morning. Mar. —l2 Noon. 22 Morning
11 January 1840 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
/V.-v ft; "w win th« own evidence that |*jj h»d removed, and was Fitzroy Kelly piece where was ataying ehould

/V.-v ft; "w win th« own evidence that |*jj h»d removed, and was Fitzroy Kelly piece where was ataying ehould

BlxiMleto but the Coort overruled the objection, ou the ground that the Crown Solicitor could only be expected know the witnees’k usual place oi abode. Had this objection prevailed, it would ha»e eetaaide the ssideoceot many witnesses, who had been taken from their homes in orde
11 January 1840 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
TO LET THE INTEREST SOUD, fT'HE large V AUD ami STABLE, t/arl/ opposite I the (iate of the Linen Halt.,

TO LET THE INTEREST SOUD, fT'HE large V AUD ami STABLE, t/arl/ opposite I the (iate of the Linen Halt.,

latcl/Wi/ied by Mr. Wm. Ryan, a Timber lor same, or Coal Yard. . Application Mrs. Ryan, Larr-strecf, or Mr. John Untuank, Mungret-strect. if by letter, post-paid. The Debtors the late Mr. Ryan arc requested to settle their accounts, to enable the Executrix to settle . lr. Ryan’s
10 January 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
I ACTS AM) SC U A ICS

I ACTS AM) SC U A ICS

I ACTS AM) SC ICS The New Year. —Next to Christmasday, the most pleasant annual epoch existence the advent of the new year. There are lachrymose set people, who usher the new year with watching and fasting, as they were bound attend chief mourners at the obsequies of the old one.
10 January 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland