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LITER ATU liE. BLACKWOOD.

LITER ATU liE. BLACKWOOD.

nfcning article contains critique oo the Marquis Wellesley,” whose memoirs and correspnndeace, by Mr. Pearce, bare lately appeared. Tbe writer of the review gives rapid and effective resume of tbe author’s work, and bis able notice seises open every tangible point in tbe politic
13 April 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SILK. SIEKCEKY, UILLI.VEKY, AMD DRESS KOOKS, TO, DONEGALL-STREET, E ROBINSON heps leave to intiroAta her Friends and the Public, that

SILK. SIEKCEKY, UILLI.VEKY, AMD DRESS KOOKS, TO, DONEGALL-STREET, E ROBINSON heps leave to intiroAta her Friends and the Public, that

she his now re» turned from Paris and London, where carefully selected (.and is now receiving) j(e Allowing Goods, vis. Black French Satins; Black Satin Turcj; Paramnttas and Crapes ; Black and Coloured Silks ; Fancy Riibons, Luces, aud Blonds ; Gimps, Nets, Fringes, sc. Sec. Th
29 April 1846 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LAUNCH AT MR. WHEELER'S DOCKYARD.

LAUNCH AT MR. WHEELER'S DOCKYARD.

It having become known that a vessel was about launched on yesterday evening at Mr. Joseph Wn*f''£ Ship Building Yard, lone before the hour appointed o'clock) hundreds of our~citizens of all classes add grees had assembled on the New Wall, the Park, * l ° c \ the Glanmire Road,
29 April 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
POOR RELIEF COMMITTEE

POOR RELIEF COMMITTEE

Thi6 Committee met yesterday, pursuant to notice, The Mayor Presiding. There were present:—The High Sheriff, Rev. John Browne, Rev. W. Townsend, Rev. W. O'Sullivan (Secretary), J. Burke, J. Cotter, J. Morrogh, M. Murphy, S. Lane, J. Roche, E. Hackett, J. Daly. F. Leahy, W. Craig
1 April 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK QUARTER SESSlONS—Yesterday.

CORK QUARTER SESSlONS—Yesterday.

Assistant Barrister Baldwin, took his seat on the Bench at half-past nine o'clock, and proceeded with the hearing of Civil Bills. Hayes v. Nunn. This was an action brought by the plaintiff, Mr. Wm. Hayes, to recover a sum of 4s. 7d., from the defendant, Mr. Nunn, for an injury i
1 April 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Canada—Warlike Preparations We copy the following paragraph from Montreal paper, received by tbe last arrival : " We learn by

Canada—Warlike Preparations We copy the following paragraph from Montreal paper, received by tbe last arrival : " We learn by

private advices from Quebec that the greatest activity prevails iv preparing the defences of the garrison. Workmen are engaged in deepening the ditches of the citadel, and the artillery in mounting guns and conveying ammunition to the different service magazines. The artillery a
1 April 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN SUMMARY.

FOREIGN SUMMARY.

&x&\mntv. FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1846. The Archbishop of Paris, a pastoral letter addressed to the parish clergymen of his diocese, thus appeals to the prayers and generosity of the faithful in behalf of unhappy Poland: «' We have already invited pious souls to pray for Poland
3 April 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BAZAAR Wi UUkenl BIBTERS CHARITY, and MARKET, on WED. and J^U^DAY 22d and 23d of April. A Assortment of Work

BAZAAR Wi UUkenl BIBTERS CHARITY, and MARKET, on WED. and J^U^DAY 22d and 23d of April. A Assortment of Work

and other S »le, Lotteries ffl eS 'o Wlll be dis P oSed ° y Private " rerv &c ' kc &c ' which are a, » d « M-gnificem Be »eral Drawinc fallows *of Exquisite Design: Runted; a S, 00 " Seats of various forms, B°l * Gentleman- a d Seat8 ' suited S*««fnlTra» an Extremely Rare and f
3 April 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CAPITAL GRAZZNQ,

CAPITAL GRAZZNQ,

FROM THEUt DAY OF MAY TO THEUt DAY OF SOIYEMBER, 184G, AT CLENEASKC* * County of Sligo. THE IRISH WASTE improvement SOCIETY will be ready to Aceive any number of Cattle for Grazing on the ViT 11 I ■ ay Oeod Pasture:) of thi. Estate, at the following reasonable Rates, viz.: HOUSE
4 April 1846 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
NOW LANDING

NOW LANDING

Best Newcastle Coals, THE Subscriber has just arrived him per the DEFESDER” 600 TONS BEST HOUSE COALS And doily expects per Robert and Isabella,” and other ships, 1,000 Tons more ; which which w ill behold Cheap from the ships sides ; or at yearly contracts. For Qu e b^ci ROBERT
18 April 1846 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland