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THE CHURCHVAUD.

THE CHURCHVAUD.

The willow shade Is on the ground, A green ami solitary shade; And many mUd flower on lliat mound Its pleasant summer home has made* And breath that waves a leaf ines down upon ihe lonely flower* A moment’s sunshine, right ar:'J brl* f A blessing looked passing hours* Those swee
14 May 1844 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
GLASGOW PUBLIC SALE OP I UI&». KK'l-L ■> .11 ON TUESDAY, 21st CUR RENT, at TWfCvE o’clock, in the SAMPLE-ROOM

GLASGOW PUBLIC SALE OP I UI&». KK'l-L ■> .11 ON TUESDAY, 21st CUR RENT, at TWfCvE o’clock, in the SAMPLE-ROOM

of the SubsiAiber, VIRGINIA-BUILDINGS. fid IKDIGO; 1,304 RIVE; 800 Bala JUTE; Just Lauded, Artjaum, Calcutta. WILLIAM CONNAL, Broker Glasgow, 11th May, 1844. 1188
14 May 1844 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING POST, TUESDAY, MAY 14,1844 UNITED STATES AND TEXAS.

THE DUBLIN EVENING POST, TUESDAY, MAY 14,1844 UNITED STATES AND TEXAS.

An important piece of intelligence has reached us by the last packet from New York. It is stated that a Treaty for the annexation of Texas had been actually signed by the Representatives of that Republic on the one hand, and by Mr. Tvleb, President of the United States, on the o
14 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BATTY’S CIRCUS.

BATTY’S CIRCUS.

Daring the past week this popular anti fashionable arena of recreation has well attended. The performances of Mesdames lionise Toumaire and Monsieurs F. Tournaire, and B. Toumaire, Dewhurst, the inimitable clown, with his infant son, Huber and Popowit*. have been witnessed with
14 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.

POSTAGE STAMPS. * NEW PENNY STAMPED HALF SHIETSAIF PAPER. v 'General April, PENNY Stamped Half-Sheets of Paper bptng about to be issued for the purpose of PMtage, iyCddition to the Postage Envelopes and Labels now RlSse, die following are the Prices at which they will be sold to
14 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

May .10, after a few days’ illutss, of a severe attack of pleurisy. In the fifty-eighth year of bis age. Mr. George Begley, of Three Cattles, county Wieklow. May 10, at Asbbreok, near Dublin, in the sixteenth year of his age, William, the and dearly loved son of William B. Walla
14 May 1844 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AND DUBLIN CHRISTIAN RECORD.

AND DUBLIN CHRISTIAN RECORD.

wished to induce persons to attend that meeting, in order to catch them in a trap, for they had issued their proclamation only a few hours before. All delegated authority was bad (hear, hear). The government of the lord lieutenant of Ireland was attended with many of the evils w
14 May 1844 - Statesman and Dublin Christian Record - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MISCELLANEO US.

MISCELLANEO US.

Friday, the 24th inst., will be her Majesty’s birthday, when the sovereign will complete her twenty-fifth year. Dresden, April 29—It is certain now that her Majesty Queen Victoria will not visit Germany this year; but that our beloved sovereign will go to England on the 22d of M
14 May 1844 - Statesman and Dublin Christian Record - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A TALE ILLtSTRATIVC OF A HEBREW CUSTOM.

A TALE ILLtSTRATIVC OF A HEBREW CUSTOM.

A TALE ILLtSTRATIVC OF HEBREW CUSTOM. It was the vigil ot the Sabbath-day, and the evening star shone brilliantly on the Temple of Solomon, whose hundred portals were now sending forth sacred service being over) multitudes Ziou’s children. Slowly they vanished away, like clouds o
14 May 1844 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
“ Never !” exclaimed Hophin, starting at the thought.

“ Never !” exclaimed Hophin, starting at the thought.

Never !” exclaimed Hophin, starting at the thought. Then seek from some other * the ordeal of the bitter waters,* prepared in the manner you wish them to be. Peace be with you!” And the Priest arose from the prostrate cedar, as if a!>out to depart. “Hold! Assir,” groaned Huphin,
14 May 1844 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland