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FAIRS—TRALEE.

FAIRS—TRALEE.

The Fair of this town was held Tuesday last, when prices at length looked down. Stock of every description was in poor demand, and such changed o suers brought the following prices : —Best Yearling Heifers, £3 to ; besi Two Years Old, do. to ; Milch Cows £7 to £l l ; Dry Cows, £
7 August 1846 - Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
r E ,VCE—P EACK—PEACE

r E ,VCE—P EACK—PEACE

,VCE—P arc informed by reapented correspondent that a document signed athotisnnd women of Philadelphia, and addressed in terms of congratulation to their sisters of England, on the termination the feud, now its way to this country. Verily, it is truer woman’s work to sign peace a
7 August 1846 - Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
arm?. DtATR or LItUTtIURT-CoLOMItI, KORIRT WIXCnRSTRR. K-IJ- We regret hav* record the death another Pemoetdar ana vetersn, I^eatcoaot.Colonel Robert Wiochealer,

arm?. DtATR or LItUTtIURT-CoLOMItI, KORIRT WIXCnRSTRR. K-IJ- We regret hav* record the death another Pemoetdar ana vetersn, I^eatcoaot.Colonel Robert Wiochealer,

late the 74 meaicoem - HighlanUors. but retired roll pay. which 10..k place at Ins re«aci»cc in Edinburgh, live 33.1 olliroo. aceoiapswie.! the expedition Copenliagen. lu l«07, and that iu 180®. Me served m 111* Petiinstda from October, 1810. the end of aar. including the lines
7 August 1846 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
New and Impobtamt Fxatuhbs in Lirs Amubancs, as Explained the Followiuo Obsbbvations oe Table No. 2 (Vide the Company's Pbos-

New and Impobtamt Fxatuhbs in Lirs Amubancs, as Explained the Followiuo Obsbbvations oe Table No. 2 (Vide the Company's Pbos-

PECTUS, WHICH HAT BE HAD ObATIS ON APPLICATION to the Agent the Company, as at poot. By this plan of Insurance the public are vastly oonvenienced, and every possible contingency or disappointment anticipated for the protection of the Assurer, with less immediate payment than in
7 August 1846 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN AND DROGHEDA RAILWAY.

DUBLIN AND DROGHEDA RAILWAY.

Traffic, week ending August 1846 1,0201 13s lid; pattaeogera, 18,287. Corresponding week, 8381 14a 8d ; pasat-ugen, 14,871. DUNGARYAN ELECTION. A paragraph baa been going the rounds in the papers stating that the repealers Dungarvan are about to give a banquet shortly John Augus
7 August 1846 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROPOSED CREATION OF NEW BISHOPS.

PROPOSED CREATION OF NEW BISHOPS.

Among the parliamentary papers delivered on Saturday there is one which is likely to attract more Ilian ordinary attention. It is entitled “ bill to provide for the better regulation of episcopal revenues ami dioceses,” and has been prepared and brought into parliament Mr. Frewe
7 August 1846 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
Agriculture.

Agriculture.

7 August 1846 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Terms ol' Hiib«rri|»iioii.

Terms ol' Hiib«rri|»iioii.

Yearly, £l 0 in advance,_ .Cl OH ditto, Quarterly, 0 ditto, C DuUoi, Mr. Wm. Lcckib, 58, Bolton Street Artery. .Mr. SAML'Et. 11aiciE, Stationer. JkilymrtM Mr. George Dloan. Mr. Thomas I.i lucks, Jan. PorUtj Mr. W. Anderson. i'KiUii, 7,1W6,
7 August 1846 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
itlarUcts.

itlarUcts.

OMAGH. I.—Beef, Old per lb. Mutton, to 0-t. Fn-sb Du I Ur, 7d tl«l. Firkin Butter. ; Crock Itutuir, to d Oatmeal, Oil per cat- Oats, tc Os per stone. Potatoes, •’>d. to Flax, SsOuprr stone. Pork, Oils to per cwt. COLERAINK, Aug-wl I. —Oatmeal, 1 15s cwt. of 1901b. Oats, to Durui
7 August 1846 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
POOR RELIE*COMMITTRE.

POOR RELIE*COMMITTRE.

Tbs following gentlemen (tomo of whom were en. gaged nnlil four o'clock In the Board of (inardlnne' room) lo eeparate par(rae.it (or the transacting of their pressing and important dalles John Wnnrs, Esq., President; James Wood. Esq , tho Mayor, Sir WlOiam Parke, lemmett Duke, E
7 August 1846 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland