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FASHIONABLE MOVEMENTS.

FASHIONABLE MOVEMENTS.

FASIHIONABLE MOVEMENTS. It is positively asserted and believed in the best in- Formned circles in the French capital tisat her ?? Queen Victoria anm his Royal Highness Prince Albert tvill visit Paris the eusuing spring. Preparations are I 3ven said to be making for the reception
31 December 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

BEL F FAST SHIP NE WS. A It 1i I V E I1 Dre. 26-NewetroIt'le (st), ?? Cailisle Taranr (st), Stewvart, lo;sgowv IsaIbellL aipier (S ). M'Auley, Fleetvood C'mirier Stewart, Illdoll g1ereral carglu Ca(t Ilherla lulieta, Groroir, ItiRterduurn flax & seed Fil flier's IDeliglut. Nioor,
31 December 1844 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ORANGE RIOTS.

ORANGE RIOTS.

obtain the following intelligence from the Canadian papers, from which it appears that the Colony was convulsed by the bitterest political strife ; and, looking to the fact that one of the Orange leaders, Sir Allan had been proposed for the office Speaker the Attorney-General, i
31 December 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWFOUNDLAND.

NEWFOUNDLAND.

have received Hie* Newfoundland papers. Chief North arrived just in time useful. The court was in session, and wan immediately sworn and took his seat the bench, acting Chief Judge Simms having presidl'd during the previous part of the term. The Liberal paper, state* upon * ail-
31 December 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Waterford registry

Waterford registry

The reunlt of Friday’* registry for the city L* follows : LiberalI*, 1 *, 27 Conservative*, 10. Majority for the Liberals 17. Waterford Chronicle.
31 December 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7-

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7-

A protracted debate, which lasted for several days, arose on an amendment to the address proposed by Mr. Baldwin, who attacked the speech on several grounds, but principally for the want of sufficient information respecting what he called the interregnum.” On Saturday, at four o
31 December 1844 - Statesman and Dublin Christian Record - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARCHITECTURAL AND FURNITURE POPERY.

ARCHITECTURAL AND FURNITURE POPERY.

take from the Oxford Chronicle the following description of a “restored” church, which appears to be a work in some degree of the Cambridge Camden Society. It is striking enough, but is by no means the worst instance we have observed. Indeed we wonder that while the diocese of E
31 December 1844 - Statesman and Dublin Christian Record - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROVINCIAL MARKETS.

PROVINCIAL MARKETS.

CORK, Dec. 21.—White wheat, 23s Od to 25s Od per 20 stone ; red ditto, 18s to 24s Od per 20 do. ; oats, 11s to 12s 6d per 14 do.; flour, first quality, 14s to 18s 0d ; second ditto, 12s to 13s 6d oatmeal, to 13s Od per cwt; bran, 5115s to 6< 5s per ton. LIMERICK, Dec. 21.—Wheat,
31 December 1844 - Statesman and Dublin Christian Record - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVAL FROM AMERICA—THE PRESIDENT S MESSAGE. Liverpool, Sunday Evening, Seven ©'Clock. The Caledonia steam-sbip. with (he American mail*, has this moment arrived, and 1 have only just time send you a copy of the American President's message to Congress. I believe it is all the
31 December 1844 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BEQUESTS ACT—GREAT MEETING IN

THE BEQUESTS ACT—GREAT MEETING IN

THE BEQUESTS ACT—GREAT MEETING CORK ON FRIDAY, Friday, one o’clock, pursuant to public requisition, a highly respectable and influential assembly of the citizens of Cork was held in the Court, for the purpose of expressing their sense of the effects of this Bill on a Catholic com
31 December 1844 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland