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Sir Robert and Lady Peel gave grand dinner to the principal members of the diplomatic corps on Saturday, at their

Sir Robert and Lady Peel gave grand dinner to the principal members of the diplomatic corps on Saturday, at their

residence in Whitehall-gardens. select party were present to meet their excellencies. The dinner was served in tbe picture gallery. The invitations included the French Ambassador and the Countess de St. Aulaire, the Swedish Minister and Countess Bjornstjerna, the Belgian Ministe
16 February 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DEPARTURE OF EDMOND B. ROCHE, ESQ. M.P.

DEPARTURE OF EDMOND B. ROCHE, ESQ. M.P.

Our efficient and patriotic County member, Burke Roche, left by the Packet this day for London, to attend his parliamentary duties, and to battle again the side of his illustrious leader and colleague at the present momentous crisis. Again we cali on the Liberal .Bep«- sentative
16 February 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SALES. ESTABLISHED PIANO FORTE WARE BOOMS 51, South Mall. begs to inform his kind Friends and the O Musical Public

SALES. ESTABLISHED PIANO FORTE WARE BOOMS 51, South Mall. begs to inform his kind Friends and the O Musical Public

in general that his Stgtff his been augmented recently by the arrival ofa Selected Instruments, from CoUard's and (with repeater action) and likewise from BroatlwoooTs of a'very superior character. Several Excellent PIANO FORTES, with and without metalic plate by Broad wood, Ice
16 February 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
omitting word« ** to excite Mtjestf’e xubji John O’Cont Gray, before the w guilty, diMiffection in the army.” cornraencemen England

omitting word« ** to excite Mtjestf’e xubji John O’Cont Gray, before the w guilty, diMiffection in the army.” cornraencemen England

and second covi Third Couni raise and creat< subjects, and to and co and ill-will, bi Irelai Majesty’a sub hostility of the Unitt excite discont jesty’s subjec causing, dire numb, re, land, for the ui means of inti the exbi'jilic force i in the governi and to bring ii blisbed in
12 February 1844 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LATE AUCIIDK\CON OF MEATH.

THE LATE AUCIIDK\CON OF MEATH.

With regret rendered poignant by long and iotimjte acquaintance with the venerable ohj -ct of it, announce the death the Very Rev. Thomas Lact, ia the 72d yea of his age, and the 44th of his incumbency the Archdeaconry of Meath. Amiable, easy of ncceas, unostentatiously puma, an
12 February 1844 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
kppt up in ibe minda of the people, and regular aji-tem d« - luaion practiaed on tbem ; it waa

kppt up in ibe minda of the people, and regular aji-tem d« - luaion practiaed on tbem ; it waa

auch meana, and the exprecsiona of great men, that tbe differencea between tbe people were kept up. would then call their atteution to another part of that apeech, where Mr. O’Connell aaid, If England offered him ample juatice, would tell bir a atorj about fool in Kerry, where t
9 February 1844 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DKVTII OK «;i NKHAI, BKKTRAKD.

DKVTII OK «;i NKHAI, BKKTRAKD.

DKVTII «;i NKHAI, BKKTRAKD. The faithful friend of the Kraperor. the of hi* labour* and of hi« long i&ile, died oa the 3UI ult., at t'liateauroux, hi* naiiv* town. rrm.iN k\i ii\nok-k*id*t. Ft* 9. Wheat wa» h>l<j day at » further advance ot U. |».t barrel, and oats wore 3d. above
9 February 1844 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EXPULSION or POLES FROM POSEN.

EXPULSION or POLES FROM POSEN.

EXPULSION POLES FROM POSEN. Lord BROUGHAM rose to put another question to his noble friend —(laughter.) It "was 1 known bis noble friend, and to all their lordship?, that his Majesty, the present King of Prussia, ruled over his dominions with great kindness and justice—and that h
28 February 1844 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SACKVILLE-PLACE COACH FACTORY, lower sackville-street, J . (Nearly opposite ilie Lnariota, rnache*. Hrilzkan. lUrouchca, rhaetona. Tilburies, 9tuihope«. a\c . f<

SACKVILLE-PLACE COACH FACTORY, lower sackville-street, J . (Nearly opposite ilie Lnariota, rnache*. Hrilzkan. lUrouchca, rhaetona. Tilburies, 9tuihope«. a\c . f<

r Inspcciion im)u ng nearly every d* acriiitioo oi Ngw Carriages. J S. I> AVS regretfully to inform the Nobilit? and Gentry alx'ut I'uild New Carriages, Job otherwise, their present, that they can a«surc ilK.ro'* «f svi*>faction li»*m his wellassorteu Stock, on Ueduct Terms. th
19 February 1844 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
hear.) brought uuusu factory t him*«if i: Lord > order) the debat his opioi< time, noh!e frit Mr. M side

hear.) brought uuusu factory t him*«if i: Lord > order) the debat his opioi< time, noh!e frit Mr. M side

of tL which tb coosrquei express tl Sir G. shame !” adjournuii various they had meats, he upon to d clevea—(l determiner bear) —an debate (Sir 11. his noble of speecbe, to speakmotion lor elapsed hear.'* dress the tainiv sbou rememberer the housesition.) C without hear,” “oh, in
19 February 1844 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland