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without giving it hi* most cordial rapport. A Mincerer patriot, or uioon* pious priest than his friend, Hr. Costelloe, did

without giving it hi* most cordial rapport. A Mincerer patriot, or uioon* pious priest than his friend, Hr. Costelloe, did

not exist ; and it was delightful to find that his spirit of independence had communicated itself to the inhabitants Of the locality where resided.— Motion carried. Mr. O'Brien handed in )L, the renewed subscription of his colleague, Mr. Caleb Powell, M.P. Mr. read an address fr
14 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ENGLISH MARKETS.

ENGLISH MARKETS.

LIVERPOOL PROVISION MARKET. Mat 81.-The import of new Butter during the past week has fully met the demand: have sold totlfe: Cork dry 3d*, to 7«is. Old Butter to move off in small parcels at .->4- lo "Sis. For Bacon. Hams, and Lard, have had a steady retail detnaml; Beef and Po
14 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Discord between Presbytery and the Established Church.— With the theological and ecclesiastical warrings between Presbytery and Prelacy for the marriage”

Discord between Presbytery and the Established Church.— With the theological and ecclesiastical warrings between Presbytery and Prelacy for the marriage”

seems to be quite dissolved—we have little inclination to trouble ourselves ; but occasionally find it instructive to turn to what is going on in the region of which Londonderry is the centre. In that district, the energy of the Presbyterian Clergy apj»ears to be put forth,again
14 May 1844 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE STATESMAN AND RECORD, MAY 14. LOYAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION.

THE STATESMAN AND RECORD, MAY 14. LOYAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION.

The usual weekly meeting of this body was held yesterday—Mr. R. A. Fitzgerald, one of the late dismissed magistrates, in the chair. The body of the hall was ' not half filled, and the galleries set apart for ladies were almost empty. Mr. O’Neil Daunt said that ho had to give not
14 May 1844 - Statesman and Dublin Christian Record - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TWENTIETH THOUSAND.

THE TWENTIETH THOUSAND.

J**t Published, in a Sealed Envelope, price 3*. ; sent free receipt of alPost-office Order for 3t. Gd. M A 0 D ;** The causes of its premature decline, with Plain Dikections for its Perfect Restoration; addressed to the •offer from Ex cm. Nervous Effects of Climate; followed bf
14 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE QUEEN—.THE PBOI DUBLIN, TUESDAY. MAY 14.

THE QUEEN—.THE PBOI DUBLIN, TUESDAY. MAY 14.

THE LAW I WHAT KIND OF A GOVERNMENT DO REPEALERS WANT? Ireland appears, at the present day, to be in a condition not very dissimilar to that into which the Raman poet represents Greece to have lapsed, when, having obtained a season of calm repose from the hostilities of her East
14 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WHO IS THE I.IAR?

WHO IS THE I.IAR?

On Saturday felt it our duty to moot the question, who is the liar— Daniel O'Connell, fh« Liberator*’ and convicted Conspirator, or the Marquess of Normanby—“him of the honored name—the hesiest \orkshireman” ? The question at issue the conspirator and the jail deliverer is simpl
14 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
fJIO B The Town of Nine Aor the Castle The Li Town of nearly 14 ago the lease there has

fJIO B The Town of Nine Aor the Castle The Li Town of nearly 14 ago the lease there has

creased Fream joy-squari Mr. Fli (he lands Y the d Couatji hie Family, An Tea Chris' and rained tied Inatitut gratify in; ai talnty of it I The arerj after all entered, a debt froo denial «*aa a lioote eace In the rei prof ration* In; aubordii •aid t» have • family of I principa
14 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FACTORIES DILI.,

FACTORIES DILI.,

Sir J (GRAHAM having moved ihe ordey of the day for the third reading the Factories Bill. Lord ASHLKY, in able speech, canvassed the arguments urged in former debates against his proposition tor limiting the labour of women and children in factories ten hours, and concluded movi
14 May 1844 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH REOISI RATION BILL.

IRISH REOISI RATION BILL.

Sir J. GRAHAM postponed the second reading of the Irish Registration Bill till Friday next; and, in answer to Mr. Shell, the right huu. baronet said would have an opportunity of consulting his colleagues in Ihe meantime, and would then able stale debuitively when ibe bill would
14 May 1844 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland