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NEW PENNY STAMPED UALF SHEETS OF PAPER.

NEW PENNY STAMPED UALF SHEETS OF PAPER.

rnav v»iace. PrsbUn. v -it. IMZ * PENNY STAMPED HALF PAPER being about lobe issuexl (or the purpose af In addition to the Postage Envelopes and Labels now in üßy sRt following are the Prices which they will te sold to the Public, vir. ; £ s. d. For a Half Reim. containing 210 Ha
13 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AND Fl.oß EXHIBITION, TIIF PRACTICAL FLORAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY IR £l. AND will hold th ei Spring l.shibition of Fruits.

AND Fl.oß EXHIBITION, TIIF PRACTICAL FLORAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY IR £l. AND will hold th ei Spring l.shibition of Fruits.

Flowers, , the ROTUNDA Till RM»AT. the Ifithof May. inat. Their Excellencies Lor*J Lieutenant an<l the have lieen graciously pleticd signify their flawing present. The Lieutenant’s Prize will distributes! fur the Green House and Stove Plant*, and for Auriculas, Tulips. in ion. T
13 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
complain of the motion having been brought forward ; the same time, thought very hard that after fifty years’ connexion

complain of the motion having been brought forward ; the same time, thought very hard that after fifty years’ connexion

with the profession, and after the lapse of a quarter of a century, ibis opinion should brought forward to prejudice the character of the Chief Justice. If dishonour fe-l on any one, it was upon those who had dressed up this case, and not the Chief Justice. Mr. MAURICE O’CONNELL
13 May 1844 - Dublin Monitor - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
■*' “'• ■sr Saunders’s News-Letter, and Daily Advertis MONDAY, MAY IS, 1844 which tbeaa frittered awaj. Their lordahlpe then divided,

■*' “'• ■sr Saunders’s News-Letter, and Daily Advertis MONDAY, MAY IS, 1844 which tbeaa frittered awaj. Their lordahlpe then divided,

when the Dumber* were— For the third reading. cootenU 44 Not content* 9 hUOorllj —is The bill waa then read a third time and patted. The llarqoeta of Normaoby gave B><tice of hit Intention, on Monday ne»t to move for the production the report on the loveati«aiioo loin the coodnc
13 May 1844 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
rmkM **» of If* »'• “<*• • 1, M&rM bon* ftJ« th* property Scotchmen the day the •ntry. To run

rmkM **» of If* »'• “<*• • 1, M&rM bon* ftJ« th* property Scotchmen the day the •ntry. To run

«Len two year* old. 11*1 f a mile. Coltt Sal 71b * FUtiea, nit alb. 11* Tr>hn»ltme*f ch f. The Roee of Cashmere Noble) *• Mr Merry‘ebor Pilot, by Sheet Anchor rGeo Noble) .. Won by three quarter* of The Hunter** Stake* of fire *or* each, p p, with filly *ore added b Hobinron. ag
13 May 1844 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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AUCTIONS.

AUCTIONS.

Hourehold Furniture, China, Delft, Qlaaa, Framed end Olaaed Printa, Mircellaneou* Book*. Ac.. Ac. TO be SOLD by ADCTIOM, THIS DAY, May 13. 1544, and toUneing day, at the Home No. 9 UPPER MBRRION STREET, the entire Furniture, comprieiog Mahogany Chair* and two Arm ditto In hair c
13 May 1844 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FACTORIES DIM..

FACTORIES DIM..

On Friday evening lengthened debate took place the order the day for the third reading of this Bill. Lord Ashley and Sir James Graham spoke with groat ability against and for the motion, and were followed hv Lord Howick, Mr. Liddell, Mr. G. Knight, Mr. C. Biller, Mr. Roebuck, Mr
13 May 1844 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
¥or S«\le.

¥or S«\le.

S«\le. FOR SALE. . Valuable Starch Works, and Dwcl , in4~liS)xses* and Premises, Belfast, and Farris the Townland of Ballyrobert. the County of / ntrim. rpjiE STARCH-WORKS, TENEMENT, and PREMISES. «.n the South side of Caumick- Him. Stiiert, Belfast, lately in the possession of M
13 May 1844 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN POLICE—SATURDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE—SATURDAY.

I DUBLPOLIMSATURAy. EXCUIANGE-COURfT OFPICE. On the night of the 7th inst. a portnoanteau, containing 1.0pwards of 201. worth of wearing apparel, the property of Mr. Ballentine, of Upper Baggot-street, was stolen off a easueting car, and on Saturday, Prender and Murphy, two of th
13 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RIOTS AT MUNICH.

RIOTS AT MUNICH.

The last Frankfort journals state the occurrence of riots ,there on the 2d and 3d instant. On the former date the sopitlce was dispersed by the military without much injury to either parties, but, in reference to the 3d instant, the Frankfoj't Journal has the following:- " The f
13 May 1844 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland