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REPEAL RENT.

REPEAL RENT.

Return of Repeal Rent for the week ending Monday, 27th July, 1846. Resthcool, Dublin, per Mr J Lennon .. .. £ 0 0 0 Newtownards, Down, per ir J MKittrielk ,, I 4 Killaloe, Callan, Kilkenny, per Mr W Maher I.. 0 O Raddinstown, Meath, per Messrs MNLoughlin and MArdle, .. . 4 18 o
3 August 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FROM OUR PARLIAMENTARY CORRESPONDENT.

FROM OUR PARLIAMENTARY CORRESPONDENT.

I FROM OUR PAR.IAIMENTARY CORRESPONDENT. I Tuesday Evening. Sir Robert Peel presented the petition of the Corpora.- tion of Dublin this evening, with that air of buoyant good humour for which he is betimes remarkable. The right hon. baronet, who looks like a man on the best possi
6 August 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRICES OF IRISH STOCKS DURING THE WEEK.

PRICES OF IRISH STOCKS DURING THE WEEK.

ilGiC OF1 IauiW wrOda1 DtURBG tB1 WER, y d wrD. TRURS. FSI. SAT, MON. TURII. 23 per Ct Conc. 9Sj 95 985 % 981 % 9581 1i2 Reduced do . - - a ?? 976 97 97 9711 r71 97 97 961i. q6% 3ebetureo. -- _ _ _ L Anituitre .. - _ _ _ _ Batik Stock ,, 206 _ _ 20716 R.Canal Stocl . _ _ G.Canal
5 August 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FATHER MATHEW-A HINT TO THE NEW GOVERNMENT.

FATHER MATHEW-A HINT TO THE NEW GOVERNMENT.

The Spartans, whose frugality and temperance were chiefly the means of raising them to that pre-eminence which they so long enjoyed, used to intoxicate their slaves, and then exhibit them to their children, in order to inspire them with disgust at a vice which paralysed once the
7 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LAST PRICES OF BRITISH STOCKS—Tuesday.

LAST PRICES OF BRITISH STOCKS—Tuesday.

liaak Mock India Stock - - j per Ct. Red. Annuities, M\ India £1,000 - per Ct. Consols Anns.- 96 Ditto, under £1,000 - Consols for Account - Exchequer Bills, £1,000 ljd, per Cent. Red. Anns. 11 pin. per Ct. Anns., New - 98, 12 pm.; ditto, £500 - ljd South Sea Stock - _ v pm.; di
7 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE WHIGS.

THE WHIGS.

FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 7, 1846 Will do nothing this Sessio«of Parliament for Ireland They are playing the long game, and sticking to the paulo post They are bountiful in promises and homed and silken phrases. Give us deeds not words, good Whigs, or your days are numbered. We do
7 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MARKETS FOR MANUFACTURES.

MARKETS FOR MANUFACTURES.

Manchester, Tuesday —The yarn market continues in nearly the same state as during the last week. For water twist, and some of the better descriptions of mule yarn, there a moderate demand steady prices; but yarns suitable for the eastern markets are not quite so firm. In the goo
7 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

GOODWOOD RAC v B—Tuesday. The Craven Sukrs. Dawdle walked over. The Stakes of 100 each. Sirß. Bulkeley's .. .. .. .. Duke of Richmond - * Cuckoo .. .. .. .. 2 Mr. Wreford's Wit's End .. .. .. 3 Won a length. 10 ran. The Ham Stakes of 100 each, h ft. Mr. Bowes's Epirote .. •• ••
3 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
o*Comkeix row ea>fb d»f«, and buid—My Lord Mayor, Ida 4M&I1 von Id b« if 1 mistvdlba road* * that Jeller.

o*Comkeix row ea>fb d»f«, and buid—My Lord Mayor, Ida 4M&I1 von Id b« if 1 mistvdlba road* * that Jeller.

(Hrar.) Bat this maok lam apr trust the motion will I must resist it to theotmMt, and Ibd request to tbo Association contained paragraph, that this letter should be pot oa 1 cannot that. It contaios ay lid and statements so mistaken—the doetrioca wrong, and the statements sumach
1 August 1846 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FRANCE-FRIGHTFUL STORMS.

FRANCE-FRIGHTFUL STORMS.

On the 30th of July terrific storms ravaged many parts of France. A letter from St. Jean Pied de Port states that it bnrst in the gorges of the Pyrenees at Baigorry, utterly destroying the harvest and the vineyards. Tm standing corn remaining is not worth harvesting, and that wh
1 August 1846 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland