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THE LIMERICK CHRONICLE.

THE LIMERICK CHRONICLE.

1 April 1846 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
A BUTLER.

A BUTLER.

W ANTS a situation as BUTLER in a regular family, a steady active Man of regular and moral habits, who perfectly understands his business in all its particulars, as will be seen by his credentials, which are long and satisfactory, from highly respectable families with whom he li
1 April 1846 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
PORT OF LIMERICI4

PORT OF LIMERICI4

EXPORTS. 4 Eleanor for London-125 bales bacon; Christie; So do. 15 kegs 3 casks lard, J Harley & Son ; an bales bacon, So trs Ss tuts pork. So kegs lard. J Matte; SOII ; 82 bales bacon, In kegs, $ casks lard, J Sheeby ; so firks batter, Edwards & Barry; So tits pork. lo casks la
1 April 1846 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
TRALES EXPORTS.

TRALES EXPORTS.

Palmyra for London— sso bales bacon, R hhds hems, Of trg pruvisfuns, 111 brls du. 187 kegs lard. 7o calks do 12 flrks buffer. 15 du skins (sheep), I box feathers, W Luithain ; arks butter, W O'Brien. GALWAY EXPORTS. Mfornss for Lonauo— 'duo tirs oats, T M Usborne. Midas fur St.
1 April 1846 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
t*ee«l. And in the outset I must complain of the address of Mr. Scott. began that addressthat ingenious, and, I

t*ee«l. And in the outset I must complain of the address of Mr. Scott. began that addressthat ingenious, and, I

will call it, that artful address, for though delivered with great solemnity of countenance, and in tone bespeak your sympathies, it was artful and ingenious in the extreme. He began that address which I thus designate under these circumstances, by telling you, gentlemen, that h
1 April 1846 - Tipperary Vindicator - Nenagh, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 

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CORN LAVS —ADJOURNED DPDVTF.

CORN LAVS —ADJOURNED DPDVTF.

Sir Jam** Grahatu, >liou|*h unwilling to I'njf th<* I «l. d not thi k proper it bhoald close without his atlvtrtini; to «ioni«> olniorYa'iowo which had been adduced. The speech ol Lord G Bentinck, a d the greater part of epecchcs I againat the goernment nieaaure, consisted aim-i
1 April 1846 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
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bExrTV.

»«w .p, cot 1 »nd cl«ar. Dance on •pray ; Fair colours deck’d the lurid tear, ike ihove which fleam and disappear When showrra and sunbeams pla) 6ul cast athwart a fiance severe. And scorch’d the peail sway. Hijrhon a slender, polish’d stem, A fragrant lily grew On the pure peta
1 April 1846 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
(ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS.)

(ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS.)

Camp Ul'eetcul, Jan. 30, 1R16.—1 I'are not had a moment's leisure to write to you. The battle of Ulleewul excellently conducted nff ilr, and reflects high credit on Sir H. Smith. 30.000 Sikhs wets com letely beaten in the field ; they left fire pieces of their artillery cap'ured
1 April 1846 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
INDIAN STATISTICS.

INDIAN STATISTICS.

Gt-npral English Army in India, 30,000; Native Infantry aoldierii, 200,000; inhabitants subjected, 200 millions. The surplus produce, or rent taken by the English from the two hundred millions of slaves, and the two hundred thousand of trained shooting machines, is the produce o
1 April 1846 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
REPEAL ASSOCIATION—Mosoat.

REPEAL ASSOCIATION—Mosoat.

REPEAL ASSOCIATION— Mosoat. The usual weekly meeting of the members this association was held on Monday, in the Conciliation Hall The attendance was thin in all parts of the building J. H. Dunne, jmi. Esq. was in the chair. The Chairman, upon taking bis seat, said he had heard th
1 April 1846 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland