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K. SALMON leave lo call the attention of her Friends ■*-* and the dies in general her NEW and FASHIONMiI.K

K. SALMON leave lo call the attention of her Friends ■*-* and the dies in general her NEW and FASHIONMiI.K

MloW .» SUMMER G001»S, SKI.r.rTKI) l»Y HERSELF from the Most lUopeciable lloust-s iu Trade. K. S. takes llijs opportunity retunt thanks to those v*ho have favoured her with their patronage since h-T coioinencement busiuess, auu hopes lor cuutiuuonue of their kindness. It STOCK C
11 May 1844 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
From Liverpool,

From Liverpool,

Falcon, Friday, May 17—at o’clock Evening. iwleer, Monday,,—May 20—at 1" o'clock Night. Falcon, Friday,- May 24—at o'clock Aftem. /ieitulcer, Monday, May 27—at o’clock Evening. Falcon, Friday! May dl —at 9 o’clock Evening. Goods intended for shipme it arc required along side ONE
14 May 1844 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FRIDAY, MAY 1(1, 1844.

FRIDAY, MAY 1(1, 1844.

Sir Henry Hardinge succeeds Lord Ellouborougu in the Governorship of India. Various reports are circulated regarding the prospects for tho introduction of a Marriage Bill. The Whig says that the Presbyterians have acted imprudently. Of course they have, our contemporary being Ch
10 May 1844 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
muK. Mat 4

muK. Mat 4

muK. Mat Uiiaix. Ac.—Wheat,red.iNs. yd. to 295. per stones; barley, Is. t<* Ids. Oil. per lli stom-.v. oats, Ids. (>d. to Id. per If stones; Hour, superfine, 1 Us.; ditto, bakers’ first 17s. 18s.. second. Ids i 0 10s. l.; household, I Is. to l.>s. per third, Gs. to Us.; oatmeal.
10 May 1844 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WATERFORD. Mav d.

WATERFORD. Mav d.

Millers* wheat, per do.s. to 315.; inferior. 27». to2-s ; shipping, 2*>s. 27-.; barley, malting. fs. to IGs.;shipping, 12s. to Ids. Gd .oats. Mack. Ins. t»»l0s. I0d.; white. |IK. 11> ; bran.ds. to fs per barrel; oatmeal, 12s. per ewt ; Hour, superfine. 40s. Gd. to fine, Gd. to d
10 May 1844 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
with 33,000 signatures in favour the Ten Hours’ Hill; also several petitions from other places to the same effect. In

with 33,000 signatures in favour the Ten Hours’ Hill; also several petitions from other places to the same effect. In

reply Mr. Wysc, Sir H. PEEL said he did not apprehend that the Government had any intention instituting proceedings against the Art Unions. It did not rest with the Government institute such proceedings ; but he apprehended that the Art Unions were liable to prosecuted the commo
8 May 1844 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Insurance-

Insurance-

LONDON, EDINBURGH, AND DUBLIN LIFE COMPANY, - 3, Charlotte-Row, Mamion-Uome, and Chaitfryf-tane, London. I'/ 'I'MIE indiuptUabUily of the Poll,-let I granted -M. this Company ; The obligation to pay the sum assured, although the debt for which the policy was ta'<e.i may have bee
8 May 1844 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

ARRIVED. -Iris, Gibson, London. -Earl Grey, UiifF, Liverpool, aalL Duke Cornwall (si ) Mills. Loudon. Tartar (at ) Stewart. Glasgow. Falcon (at.) Gowsn. Liver|iooi. (paseengeft. Dxmfficsshire, Kelly. I.ireqatol, aalt and roaia, for Beilast, Campbell, Newcastle, general cargo. Ur
8 May 1844 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THK CHURCH,

THK CHURCH,

Dinrrss of Dublin—Visitations (ini Confirmation* ho hold />»/ (ho Lord Archbishop of Dublin, for the Your May, visitation in St. Patrick’s Cathedral, tor the chapter and tor the city and suburban parishes, including those for which the confirmations are to held at Powcrscourt, L
13 May 1844 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPECIMENS OF TALKERS,

SPECIMENS OF TALKERS,

There are the prosy talkers, who run into a number of anecdotes of which they only know the beginning, and remember stories sufficiently to tell you that they forget them. They are particularly obliging with their own affairs, which they din into all that listen to them. They un
13 May 1844 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland