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FOR MOUTH%RFTO!V. THE PLBLIC respectfully informed, that, on and after thc4th March next, the STEAMERS leaving this for LONDON, every

FOR MOUTH%RFTO!V. THE PLBLIC respectfully informed, that, on and after thc4th March next, the STEAMERS leaving this for LONDON, every

MONDAY, will call at SOUTHAMPTON, as heretofore, during theensuing Season. HILL CHARLEY, Agent.
24 February 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Mr. COCHRANE admitted that Ireland was still Sir Robert Peel’s ** chief difficulty.*’ had put down every other obstacle: oven

Mr. COCHRANE admitted that Ireland was still Sir Robert Peel’s ** chief difficulty.*’ had put down every other obstacle: oven

the anticorn-law agitation was shrivelled up before bis recent declaration. But the constant agitation in Ireland had its.origin the social condition the people—their numbers, excessive poverty, insecurity of tenure, and so forth and until something was done to ameliorate that c
21 February 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

Friday, Ftb. 10. Earl FITZWILLIAM took occasion to make some observations on the necessity of making some effectual provision for the spiritual care and comfort of the people of Ireland, without exception on the ground of religious distinction. Lord DENMAN drew attention to tlio
21 February 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CORDIAL

THE CORDIAL

<llt, * ~^ .* Of the impaired femitfaiai of life,and ifeiclueivelr directed the cureof >uch arise from disorganisation of the Geoeratire Sfatom, whether ronstitatiunal acquired loea of aeanal no«w decided relief to thoee who, by early indulgence in wilitar* mamder of life. The c
21 February 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WIK* AMI' DRUG, SPICE, OIL, AND COLOUR WAREHOUSE. Ifo. 67, HIGH.STREE fTIWO APPRENTICES are required in this .A. lishment. Immediate

WIK* AMI' DRUG, SPICE, OIL, AND COLOUR WAREHOUSE. Ifo. 67, HIGH.STREE fTIWO APPRENTICES are required in this .A. lishment. Immediate

application to be o the Proprietor, CHARLES M'ALISTER. Belfast, Feb., 1844.
21 February 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RIGA FLAXSEED, &t. BOUT 800 Brl«. New Rig* Sowing FLAASEED. of superior quality, the Tketu, the f:<mquett ) ■- •

RIGA FLAXSEED, &t. BOUT 800 Brl«. New Rig* Sowing FLAASEED. of superior quality, the Tketu, the f:<mquett ) ■- •

. K. About 300 Piecet New Crown Dantzic TIMBER . ... Quebec Red PINE dJT; 100 ... St. John’s Do. Do. ; Danizic Crown DEAf.S and BEECH LOOS; Archangel MATS, TAR, PITCH, and OATS; Riga, Rhine and Outshul HEMP; St. Peter,burgh HEMP CO DILL A ; Quebec Pipe ST A VES; London Wood HOOP
21 February 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
the >iou*« •<>• how the (tovcrrroent with retptct to thia point. tuid—and ha did rcurct thnt ahoold liave to make

the >iou*« •<>• how the (tovcrrroent with retptct to thia point. tuid—and ha did rcurct thnt ahoold liave to make

•luh .taacrtion—that although true thnt the majority the o of Ireland were Cathol.ca, it war equtlly indisputable that the mass «.f the niemliora of the litx ral j>rot**ji.>n-i in that country were I’ruttHtant* in greatly prep.ind«in g I tear.) Ho would give the house one the co
16 February 1844 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MU i ' raioe or shase*.

MU i ' raioe or shase*.

i ' raioe shase*. •ihxr* laid I.ait Pike. ; ICO (IM I *» -'0 r 1J 100 »4 10 10 0 0 : 111 13 6 100 . 'OO 0100 * to 0 0 |0 ■•»*? Shu Kui:ain*.-i,r--»*> ; iO 4«> IS C Kut'ilian<l (ruMpai*..., o « 1 100 ■ ( ««> i» Nationalli»i"fanr» j >JO I > 0 MißtntCflinpaayo# .......... li WiektAW
16 February 1844 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Ei.i.t’ Huns.

Ei.i.t’ Huns.

Cot TiPPr.RABY.— Mr. Miiber wag elected Saturd»> without oppobilion. Noutii Wilts. —Mr. Sothcron (Conservative), was elected Monday wilbout opposition—Mr. Eldridge, the league candidate, having wisely wilhidrawu from the content. J
14 February 1844 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THF FXECTORS OF THE COUNTY MEATH. A IBliG leave ofTer myself a Candidate for the office of CORONER, vacant

TO THF FXECTORS OF THE COUNTY MEATH. A IBliG leave ofTer myself a Candidate for the office of CORONER, vacant

by the de-ath of the late Mr. Higgins. Siiouhl you <lo the honour of electing me. I shall endeavour to discharge the du'tcs attached to the situation with due observance of their importance.—Your obedient servant. Trim. January. 1841. ANDREW RORKF. FOX HOUNDS.—TO iIK SOLD, Ten C
2 February 1844 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland