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FRANCE.

FRANCE.

I ?? .. _ The Paris papet 8 of islonday have reached us; they are chiefly occupied w ith speculations on the reconstruction of the Spanish Cabia et. The surrender of Almeida is confirmed by the Moniteur. A long article in the National urges the opposition, hbeu they renew -their
10 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, 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
 

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wi- . . GBNEIi +L POSV\ OFFICE, Dublin, 4piil. 1844.

wi- . . GBNEIi +L POSV\ OFFICE, Dublin, 4piil. 1844.

. . GBNEIi +L POSV\ OFFICE, Dublin, 4piil. 1844. PKK NT tiatrp. Hall ShfHtffPaper trim' be i>-«ufd lur the porpoM of I’c.stai.e, in to Postage and now uso, the following are,the Piic*» at •Uinh they tbe-PiihUc. f\... ,# a Ha'f Ream, Confining Half Sheen 1 » heottfeißg. 2# • •Hdlt
10 May 1844 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
HINTS TO M\KE HOME HAPPV.

HINTS TO M\KE HOME HAPPV.

Hlsbandi. —Keep rending the N> v?p«per during the >rhale ot breakfast time : allowing your* »c) cpokea half dozen time* liefore ( >ou aatwei.aiwl then ntking your wife wlizt it wa* < that (he •‘■id. Upon her telling you. ra»We •five i leplr wbich U no'hing to the you I ware thin
10 May 1844 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
DIRECTORS.

DIRECTORS.

Tk* Rieht Hob. Captain Lord ViMonnt laoMTac, R.N., C.8., M.P. Cap*. Thu. Dtakintoa, Cron* Maim, Baq. R.N. Sir Crorc* »•*». J i.rph Biihop, F.vq. Wm. M'Naill, E*^. John Dawaon, E.q. John Warrick, Eaq. John Hayear.l, E,q. ward T. Watt*. Eiq. Gror.r j.ae, Etq. John Will*, E»q Trcst
10 May 1844 - Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FORTUNG-TELLKB

THE FORTUNG-TELLKB

Mrs. Hops, the fortaas-ttßsp, Call’d a when I waa yauag, •• Tea.” she cried, will be dweller All the greet aad wise amoag. Oa yonr shoulder fortaae thnst if— wees thaa I eaa tell”. Mrs. Hope, teak her Jaeliea, Really talks extremely wall. First. cried; Yoa're dsefltsh deem,. Pus
10 May 1844 - Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
MOVEMENTS OF THE OPPRESSED.

MOVEMENTS OF THE OPPRESSED.

I.sttsr* frm Leekora of IheSM alt. state 'hat •MB* dtsterbaaoss bad taken plaee at Riasiai. and that .1* seeea Semn wdaßtaar* weee said In ka»o bsea e»ord*cW »k* tarbanece wsro apyrshsailsd. hat ear Feeia IsUer Mcprrosss *»" that the sado* April w«t net hate nsiiMd osar wHhntt a
10 May 1844 - Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland