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Ensurxn Bit.ke. SUMMER ARRAWOEME NTS.

Ensurxn Bit.ke. SUMMER ARRAWOEME NTS.

Bit.ke. SUMMER ARRAWOEME NTS. Gowh Ms route arc taken at reduced ratet of freight, anil are delivered at the iiailua'i Citation, Otaeriinv, including Railway Carriage, and free of t'lgdc duet. FOR GLASGOW, viaIARDROSSAPI, WITH GOODS AND PASSENGERS, CONNEXION WITH THE AYRSHIRE RAI
7 August 1846 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOLY WOOD AGUICLLTIUAL SOCIETY

HOLY WOOD AGUICLLTIUAL SOCIETY

Tub ninth annual exhibition of this Society took place yesterday. Although the weather was exeeediugly tine, tho attendance was hy means either numerous or exciting point interest. The exhibition cattle was but small, and ot shown could scarcely say there were any, with one two
7 August 1846 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
lion of the mcatures nbich Lad hitherto bee« adopted by the legislature this subject. The noble earl then proceeded, a

lion of the mcatures nbich Lad hitherto bee« adopted by the legislature this subject. The noble earl then proceeded, a

eery low tone voice, to show that the measure* which had hitherto been passed parliament, with a view to the employment of the people acd the improvement of the soil, had been, to Rreat extent, dead letters, the restrictive terms upon wbieh the advances had seen madethe rate int
7 August 1846 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
CROKKR MILLER.

CROKKR MILLER.

LONDONDERRY BRANCH OF TH omoa rom zxbx^vb, Na. 7, PDMP-STRKKrj Per Ktso<iati»i Iht PurcKa*. SoU, and Trmmt/rr BoloJt or!§ of a, lUteniont, Amnwtkt, alto Form UUio§t. THE following it List of LOCAL AGENTS, in UL STEH, who conduct the liranch Offices of this Establish, ■ent iu the
7 August 1846 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
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K-r oulwartl pMugc U) Janeiro, Uie uih.-r si ui-vtUit Oil ncr - : K\rr)itia Ueivmbrr. January. Ve'miary. a-i'l March, anJ then f'nly therU. tbr.hl l''Ui a Sumlay. lUe mail* are not .patch. till .l i« |.>lloaiiir. Thu mail* arc ,K-.paU!irU from lb* lut and lOU).
7 August 1846 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST POLICE OFFICE.

BELFAST POLICE OFFICE.

YESTI-MDAY. Magistrates present :-'Tlhomas Verner, Esq., (Chair- man) John Coates and William Stevenson, Esqrs, A JUVvLNILE OPFENDEa.-Rol~ert Buchaman a lad about thirteen years of age, was prosecuted by an officer of excise, for having in his possession one gallon and a half of
7 August 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Markets.

The Markets.

Me Alarlitto. EN GL IS II. LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE, MOSNDAY, Aur., 3.-The trlde for English Wheat was firner to-day, and prices were nearly maintain~ed f'or Foreignl. Prices rmnain unaltered for Flour. Engielsi mild Irisb Oats aboat mainitain last wevek's prieces. B ur- le3, Beans,
7 August 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HEALTH OF LOUIS PHILIPPE.

HEALTH OF LOUIS PHILIPPE.

All the French journals advert to alarming reports spread Paris, ou Saturday afternoon. They are most conspicuously contradicted the Debate, whose article we subjoin Omnious and most false reports bnve been this Jay spread at Paris. It was said that the I. mg had sustained attac
7 August 1846 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
PETTY SESSIONS.

PETTY SESSIONS.

Magistrates present—Thomas Power, Gerard Barry, and Edward Larkan, Esqrs. M. Colclough, Esq., Sub-Inspector, was also present. Tftcmtis Watson summoned Stephen Connor for assaulting him. Jt appeared that the Defendant keeps a public house, in which the plaintiff had been drinkin
7 August 1846 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
TilE STATESMAN AND KECOJiH, AUGUST 7.

TilE STATESMAN AND KECOJiH, AUGUST 7.

STATESMAN AND KECOJiH, AUGUST 7. lished a programme of the solemnities, by which it appears that no more cards of admission to either minster or relic chapel can be issued. The unsealing of the relics will take place in the afternoon of Jul. 9th, and the re-sealing of the same on
7 August 1846 - Statesman and Dublin Christian Record - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland