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ALSO ON SALE,

ALSO ON SALE,

ALSO SALE, €attl« Tnruim. I W«r«*l, Fi*ld ; Tl»A«hy. Gvtlra, and Flown’ luHan Grass of Native Growth; and Caolulower I’laata, with every art ifW the Trad**.
30 April 1846 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
“ PROMISES LUCE PIE CRUSTS." &c.

“ PROMISES LUCE PIE CRUSTS." &c.

PROMISES LUCE PIE CRUSTS." &c. A great legal pluralist who monopolized the Clerkship of the Crown for sixteen Counties, and tire emoluments thence arising. Mr. Arthur M. C. Pollock, having died, the agglomerated offices were placed at the disposal Lord Lihcoln. It was that they s
30 April 1846 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CONCILIATION HALL. REPEAL ASSOCIATION. Th* body «m hold on Monday th* Conciliation Hall. About half past ooc o'clock Mr. O'Neil

CONCILIATION HALL. REPEAL ASSOCIATION. Th* body «m hold on Monday th* Conciliation Hall. About half past ooc o'clock Mr. O'Neil

Daunt, Capt, Broderit k. Mr. J. J Murphy, and other aeabera entered the ball, when Tnonae Eaq.. was called th* Chair. The Cnatanas said he could not take that position without congratulating Ireland on the magnificent stand their little band patriots had made in the English parl
30 April 1846 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE POTATO PANIC.

THE POTATO PANIC.

WhiU admitted on alt hands that scarcity, as regard* ths staple food of the laboring classes, exists in several parts of Ireland, there no really human* individual who must not deplore tho advantage taken of this circumstance by a portion of the public press, with a view of para
30 April 1846 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORN LAWS.

THE CORN LAWS.

Lord BROUGHAM moved tor five returns, which had been laid the table of the other House, connected with the question of the impoitation of foreign corn and corn from Ireland. so doing, the Noble Lord complained of the delay business the House Commons, which bad become the subject
30 April 1846 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
DAILY STOCK AND BBABB LIST.

DAILY STOCK AND BBABB LIST.

BeUaat, Ballymena. Londonderry, and Coleraine Belfast and County of Down. I; Bandoo and Banlrj. * Urford, ; Dublin and AnMfb (Inland.) Dublin, Ennlekerry. Dublin and Sondjmonnt Atmoapbar killco and Sligo, , Great Southern and Waatarn and V Limerick Junction, Clonmal to Tburlee,
30 April 1846 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ANTIENT CONCERT ROOMS.

ANTIENT CONCERT ROOMS.

Mr. M'Ghie gave bis annual concert on Tuesday evening last. The selections in both vocal and instrumental music were pleasing and welt chosen. The performers Included Miss Belfa, Mias Byrne, Mias Allen* Mias Theodosia Allen. Mr. M Gbla. Mr. Geary, Signor Sapio, Mr. Alfred Sapio,
30 April 1846 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIVERPOOL CORN EXCHANGE—Toasosr. ApsillS.

LIVERPOOL CORN EXCHANGE—Toasosr. ApsillS.

At this morning’s market good sstuples of old and new wheat met a fair demand at the full prices of this dsj ss'onight, but secondary sorts ware difficult to more. Sack flour was in request, and quite as dear as last week. Oats were still scarce, and ,«d per bushel dearer, but o
30 April 1846 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS.

ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS.

There are an unusual number of Subscriptions outstanding. This occasions great inconvenience to the Council, and very much retards the progress of the Society. Members are, therefore, solicited to pay up their arrears. 226 ROWLAND’S ODONTO, PEARL DENTIFRICE. PATRON IS KD BT •* 1
30 April 1846 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JOHN MARTIN. PILES, FISTULAS. BEARINGS-DOWN.

JOHN MARTIN. PILES, FISTULAS. BEARINGS-DOWN.

.4 Remnrknhle Cure bn these Pills and Ointment. half-pay lieutenant, lately residing at St. Hclier’s, Jersey, whose name by request is omitted, had for three years suffered from piles and fistula, besides a general bearing down, of the most distressing nature. He had twice under
30 April 1846 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland