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"Some slight evidence of a return to d cent feel- I ing among the members of the legislature been • evinced by the result of a fracas between Mr. D'lsraeli and Colonel Peel, the Premier's brother, The latter gentlemen, it seems, took up the of his right hon. relative in a manlie
30 April 1846 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
_WESTNIF.ATH HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.

_WESTNIF.ATH HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.

The first exhibition of this society for the present year, was held yesterday, at their Rooms, Murray's Hotel, and was most numerously and fashionably attended. The competition in the various classes was not so spiritted as we have beret ofote witnessed, but this must have reoil
30 April 1846 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
2500 quartel tedidrooni - W.-White & Co, Toms, Rotterdam. 290 quarters Indian corn C. B. Cole In Invoice of LYDIA,

2500 quartel tedidrooni - W.-White & Co, Toms, Rotterdam. 290 quarters Indian corn C. B. Cole In Invoice of LYDIA,

for Order read J. Chambers _ CO ALS REPORTED. NIMROD, 90 tons coals. Mamie. Atipatric" k b Canliff, 240 ditto. Berriman, Neatn, 100 ditto. " Eaasawoa, Evans, Swansea. 60 tons celni.."" ll " Whitburn. ditto, 54 ditto. • • • I VESSELS ENTERED FOR LOADINC; COASTWISE & FOREIGN. sinc
30 April 1846 - Waterford News Letter - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
'ER. itrin

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& Sons 1 Son Wheat,MMee. 'Ake €
30 April 1846 - Waterford News Letter - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
Piitiltr Hmifsrmruts

Piitiltr Hmifsrmruts

II E A T -HOY A 1. —T’NUKK THE MANAGEMENT MK, A Grand Military and Fashionable Night the inimediati Patronaite of Major-General Sit GEMS) nil. KELET, Bart., K.< 8., and Lady B1 »■/On>«'= occasion, by the kind permission of (fblifiel and the OSieers, the BAND of tin U-M IlMthland
30 April 1846 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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