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THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

TIlE ARMY. WAR-OFFICE, 8EPT. 1. Ndth Font-Lieut. J. M 'lntyre to be Captain, vWit; purchase, vice Maclean, promoted in 3d West In dia l. giment ; Lieut. E. Hickey, from Ist West India B to be Lieut. vice Mintyre. 3d West India Regiment-To be Lieut. Col._I ColoneliRichard Doherty,
8 September 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LOVE'S SECOND SIGHT.

LOVE'S SECOND SIGHT.

LOVES SECOND S[GUTT, (FIrmOD Pcatley'u As i ?? for &Stewblr,), I ?? thee long Lefore we met, M~iy dreams litl traced their form so vvell; I heard thy name, nor could forget Tlhe tender music of its spell. And when at last I saw those eyes, They ?? no wand'ring fires unknown, But
8 September 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER RAILWAY COMPANY.

ULSTER RAILWAY COMPANY.

On Thursday last, thle Ulster Railway Company Ild its eoe'ral annual meeting, James Goddard, Esq. chairman of the Board of Directors, in the Chair.- Tile report and statement of aiounlits, which we pub- lished oil ToesdAay, having been read. The CHIAIRSMAN, in reference to the s
15 September 1840 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PATRIOTIC ASSURANCE COMPANY.

PATRIOTIC ASSURANCE COMPANY.

PATRIOTIC ASSURANCE COMPPAN-Y. . I [~ ~ -aa EIA ?? tf 'wursday the annual meeting of the proprietary of this h company was held at their office, No. 9, College-green, for is the purpose of receiving a statement of the affairs of the d company for the past year, and to elect audit
5 September 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MURDERS IN ENGLAND.

MURDERS IN ENGLAND.

AvflRDIEBB IN- VNGLAND. - ?? I,-1 . % 4 , ~ ~ 1 (From thie ZfMin 'g Advertiser.) 0 - i More particulars will be found in our columns respecting the. recent atrocious attempt 'at assassi- nation at Ludlow. These audacious and repeated crimes are a disgrace to the country, and just
5 September 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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PUBLIC DINNER TO MR. O'CONNELL IN NAVAN.

PUBLIC DINNER TO MR. O'CONNELL IN NAVAN.

[PuIkl6 IIC NL.I N.N. DIUB~iC TANNER To!0 MUR. OU~O~NE~riLL ZN NAV'Ah. | *Qn tlhe health 'of tbe Right: Rev. Dr. Cantsell being proposed_' His 'Lordship rose, and when the enthusiasm rwhich his appearance excited had- in some degree stopped, he. pro. ceeded as follows:s-Gentlemen
4 September 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SECOND ANNUAL COMMEMORATION OF THE ESTABLISHMENT IN IRELAND OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH.

SECOND ANNUAL COMMEMORATION OF THE ESTABLISHMENT IN IRELAND OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH.

sgcOO!J ANI~AL GOgrMTEOR~rroDg . orffE ESTABLISH.MENT IN IRELAND OF THE ASTO- CIATHON FOR; Ta PROPAGATiON OF T-E FAITH . The second anniversaryaof the introduction of this most ~partanit association into Ireland was celebrated 'on yes.; terday, in the Metropolitan Cathedral of Ml
19 September 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LATE DUEL BETWEEN LORD CARDIGAN AND MR. HARVEY TUCKETT.

THE LATE DUEL BETWEEN LORD CARDIGAN AND MR. HARVEY TUCKETT.

THE LATE DUEL BETWEEN LOtD CARDIGAN- AND MR. HARVEY TUCKETT. . l An erroneous statement having been circulated in the l newspapers relative to the circumstances connected with: the meeting on Wimbledon Common between the Earl of l Cardigan and Mr. Tuckett, the following is submit
19 September 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROMANCE IN REAL LIFE.

ROMANCE IN REAL LIFE.

ROMANCE i AREAL -L IE. A romantic incident hli just occurred inthle Marylebone e t ngrmary. ;Ann Dempsey, a young, and interesting Irish a I girl'; who had been the support of an aged moiter, had gone,'a I' into the infirmary for the purpose of undergoing an opet- I ~ration-for t
30 September 1840 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LIM A MESS WAN'

THE LIM A MESS WAN'

ICK CHRONICLE. To be Sold tor.ilSo.. CHARIOT of the Newest and most Fashionable A Shape, Colour, Patent Yellow; with Front and Hind Seat. and Leat r Aprons, C and Under Springs, Collinge's P A t s, Imperial Cap.case and Boxes. It is well de e attention of any person who may want
23 September 1840 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland