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BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

May 8, Tullaroore, Mrs. Cowell, lady of Dr. Cowell, of William-street, of a son. May 5, in Dame-street, the lady of William T. Campbell, Esq,, of son. The lady Sir Gilbert King, Bart., of a daughter. May 6, at Landsend, Stillorgan Park, the lady of Dr. Manned!, of daughter. Mar
9 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

On Sunday last, the instant, the Very Rev. Dean Edward, eldest son of valentine Bourke, Esq., to Mary, only daughter of the late Owen MVAuley, Esq., with of this city. On the 9th instant, St. Mary’s church, Donnybrook, the Rev. Daniel Mooney, Robert Millner, of QueenVstreet, Esq
9 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Freamn's Journal, of yesterday morning, has the following : • . “The conscientious gentle.nen (the Juihte«whowcreiii favour of tl.e motion)—for

Freamn's Journal, of yesterday morning, has the following : • . “The conscientious gentle.nen (the Juihte«whowcreiii favour of tl.e motion)—for

'tis rurooured time there .s more than one—are said to vet)- obstinate, and e*UMiO conscientious (rentlemen of the other side arc fln.te as - termlned. Nearly two hours are said to have been H. discuss.no the question to-day, hut conviction was 1 either side; and if tl.e counten
9 May 1844 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
I’KHT. OF HI TTI U BEEF &c.

I’KHT. OF HI TTI U BEEF &c.

HI TTI BEEF &c. J.iv. KPOot. Monday. MayC. The import of new Huttor this momingis als.ut sod if tolerably free sale at our quotation ! There demand for old during the past week.at small advance in price. Bacon, Hams, ami Lard, are each a slow sale. Butter—Uelfaat 0 0 Derry 0 Cole
9 May 1844 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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18 11 *10959 5 41 13 7 REPEAL ASSOCIATION. The usual weekly meeting was held on Monday—Ur. Nagle in the Chair. Mr. Connell rose to remind the people of the necHslty continuing the agitation for Repeal, and not to allow apathy or despair to retard the progress of the peaceful move
9 May 1844 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 

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9 May 1844 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
COMMON PLEAS.

COMMON PLEAS.

Th» following «sd appeal• baa* bats aatcrad for Ih* after altthma, ihia day. Hamilton and Kllliogtr a. Berry, Willie Hininaon, Smith and Gambia a. Ball, Wright a. Stokea, Cody a. Ballaw. APPSALf. Carroll f. Hickey, Mooney a. M Byrne Teeft* Clooney a. Clarke, Yard on a. M*Donnall
9 May 1844 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UPHOLSTERY AND CABINET WAREHOUSES, 38 and 39, STAFFORD-STREET. Z. D. WILLIAMS. Surviving Partner of the late Firm of WILLIAMS AND

UPHOLSTERY AND CABINET WAREHOUSES, 38 and 39, STAFFORD-STREET. Z. D. WILLIAMS. Surviving Partner of the late Firm of WILLIAMS AND

GIBTON, BEGS leave to inform the Nobility, Gentry, and the Public, that he has purchased the entire of the unmanufactured and a portion of the manufactured stock of his late Partner, Mr. GIBTON, intending to carry on the business as heretofore; and hopes, by unremitting attentio
9 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHURCIT. PARISH OF NOUGHWAL

THE CHURCIT. PARISH OF NOUGHWAL

It affords us great pleasure to contradict, on au. thority from the Lord Bishop of Meath, a paragraph which a short time ago got insertion in this paper , t the effect, that the parish of Noughwal—the tithe s of which was said to amount to £4so—was attached to the Bishopric of M
9 May 1844 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
LUNE, J. Damon, Cardiff. 615 cwt four T. &J. • 375 ditto T. S. Gribbe; Ce. 375 ditto Rickard Grubb

LUNE, J. Damon, Cardiff. 615 cwt four T. &J. • 375 ditto T. S. Gribbe; Ce. 375 ditto Rickard Grubb

169 ditto T. & W. Greer PACKET, E. Evans, Tomah barrels oats R. Rapes Added to Outvoico of Jossru & Ferny, for Liverpool. 500 door T. W. Greer
9 May 1844 - Waterford News Letter - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland