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ENROLLED LOAN SOCIETIES AND SAVINGS' BANKS.

ENROLLED LOAN SOCIETIES AND SAVINGS' BANKS.

readily insert the following communication from an able which he advocates the expediency, ' not only of permitting, but rendering it compulsory on the government savings' banks to unite the business of loan societies to that their proper business of banks of deposit. We have re
13 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIPP I . 18447" FOR QUE B E C TO SAIL 20th MAY, / Very Fine Fast Sailing Ship KINGS-

SHIPP I . 18447" FOR QUE B E C TO SAIL 20th MAY, / Very Fine Fast Sailing Ship KINGS-

A TON, B. Matson, Commander. This Vessel will fitted up in a Superior manner <lfe * for a few Passengers, and will have an abundant supply of Fuel and good Water. To Secure Berths immediate application is necessary to ALEA'ANDER SLORACH, 3. Merchants' Quay. Cork. Ship Agent. HOU
13 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE STATE PROSECUTIONS-MORAL FORCE—PUBLIC OPINION.

THE STATE PROSECUTIONS-MORAL FORCE—PUBLIC OPINION.

Perhaps the force of public opinion and the concentration of the national mind were never more forcibly brought to bear upon a hostile Government than in the case" those prosecutions, which may now virtually said to be gone to the land of dreams and a* to the Irish Franchise Bil
10 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH REFORM CLUB.

IRISH REFORM CLUB.

A Meeting of the Irish Reform Club was held on Wednesday at Radley's Hotel, when trustees and a committee of twenty-one were appointed. Besides the transaction of other business, a report of the provisional committee, adopted by the meeting was read, from which it appeared that
10 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ORANGEMEN AND RIBBONMEN IN THE LI VERPOOL POLICE.

ORANGEMEN AND RIBBONMEN IN THE LI VERPOOL POLICE.

in n, a Special meeting of the magistrates.held last week « Town-hall, the Mayor in the chair, Mr. Rushton n consequence of repeated complaints from • - Parker, of St. Patrick's Chapel, habioien K anflsnsult offerecl to y bands ofOrangesword P ar;, the streets, with music and dr
10 May 1844 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SPOUTING.

SPOUTING.

NEWMAUK.KT KACKb—TcsaoaT, Mat 7. Fifty Pounds, lor three yrs. old. Cst. Jib. ; l-.ur. 8»t. , iive,B-t. 7lb. ; six and aged, Bst. I2lb. TM M. Duke of Grafton’* Lord W. Powlett’a Falconer laird Exv er's Maria Mr. BatMm's Tiptoe 0 Won by length. Fif'y Pounds, for three yr' old colt
10 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ART UNIONS

ART UNIONS

In an«w«r question by Mr. Wt*E. Sir R. PEEL said it was tb# opinion of the law officers of the crown that the distribution of prizes bv the art anions was iUegal. The goTernracnt did not intend proceed against those societies; bur as they were open to informations common informe
8 May 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMUNICATION WITH IRELAND.

COMMUNICATION WITH IRELAND.

answer t« a question from Mr. Pennant, Sir R. PEEL said that her Majesty’s government, drawing their conclusions from the highest pr<’fe«sioiml authorities, were clearly of opinion that Holyhead was the preferable harbour, and. as far as his own experience went, (Sir R Peel) wou
8 May 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE VIXDiCATOB. BELFAST, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1844

THE VIXDiCATOB. BELFAST, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1844

meetwo this eveniho. liKion—th*t tk« Proleaunt lUtcnicn fe»r to Iom; it i. thr BELFASTJUSEIH. . tl» pooploMKl ditgracoful (u'a^Tko of '' EETINGof SHAREHOLDERS I CJ) to ih. who allow u, .tin-ihi. .loteited w^* 'S he MIJS EU.M, on WEDNESDAY ■jitrai iatbaeauM of tba gnat a*il of In
8 May 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WOOLLEN AND MANCHESTER GOODS.

WOOLLEN AND MANCHESTER GOODS.

QH. HICH-STREET. CLOSE, BROTHERS. irnrf from the West and North of England Markets with a SPLENDID VARIETY of Spring "001.LENDRAPERY, comprising Wool-dyed BLACKS, Invisible GREENS. BLUES, and every nem shade of Cloth, engaged permanent Colours; the nK'sl fashionable designs In P
8 May 1844 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland