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NLW WORK DR. G. MOORB. * Publi»li«d ihi* <l«t. , * 'J cl >th. X TIIK USE UF THE BODY

NLW WORK DR. G. MOORB. * Publi»li«d ihi* <l«t. , * 'J cl >th. X TIIK USE UF THE BODY

IN RELATION TO THE MIND. Bjr MOOHK. M D.. X Member of the Royal College of PhyMciann. London, &c. the Author. Edition. p<««t Hvo..7*. Tin; POWER THE SOUL OVER THE BODY. London: Longman. Brown. Green, and Longman*. ■ PROFITABLE EMPLOYMENT FOR THE PEOPLE. The Xobihty. Gentry, and
7 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GENERAL ELECTION IN FRANCE.

GENERAL ELECTION IN FRANCE.

GENERAL ELECTION FRANCE. Pam*. Evewikc. —The ministerial candidste in 2d srrondissement of Paris, M. Jacques f cb»re, lost bis election Monday, and was replaced M. Berger. In the departments, however, ministers had obtainad a considerable majority. * Of the 349 nominations known
7 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THfc ARMY.

THfc ARMY.

Captain George Ogle Moore, the «2d Regiment, has been appointed Aide Major General Sir Richard Armstrong, K C.8., upon »d of the army Canada, vice Captain Mayne. the Ist (or Royal) of Knot. Captain C. K>M'kev, the ‘da eat India Regiment, has been appointed Aide t;«mp to Giorgc B
7 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Press—The Kilkeenny Journal has become regular " Young Ireland" paper. Some of the Limerick papers also manifest a penchant

The Press—The Kilkeenny Journal has become regular " Young Ireland" paper. Some of the Limerick papers also manifest a penchant

that way. And this arises from partisan and insulting diatribes on the part of some Dublin papers, one of which sets down the provincial press at a very low rate—though there is much better writing—articles more argumentative, well timed, instructive, and finished in the way of
7 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
I RI•4PI DIS Ireland isms niost unfortunate country. It is the must ill-fuzed lead in the world. It is never

I RI•4PI DIS Ireland isms niost unfortunate country. It is the must ill-fuzed lead in the world. It is never

happy, never proeperous No sooner has it escaped one evil., than it is visited with another. It was just about to be delivered 'from the enormous evil of politieed agitation in favour of a measure which, if carried into effect, would have been its ruin, when another has befallen
7 August 1846 - Ballyshannon Herald - Ballyshannon, Donegal, Republic of Ireland
 
HER MAJESTY’S VISIT TO IRELAND.

HER MAJESTY’S VISIT TO IRELAND.

The Waterford ptetmam says— *• A western paper lately set afloat the awry that the Queen would poaitimely corae Ireland thii season. We bare it from a distinguished correspondent, who more* in courtly circles, that her Majesty will not coroe orcr this year; but will, it is posit
7 August 1846 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MURDEROUS LASH.

THE MURDEROUS LASH.

The inquest in the case of unfortunate White, lately flogged to death in the Hussars, was resumed on Monday, and after most patient investigation of the facts the coroner charged the jury in lengthened address, reviewing the whole case, and blaming the law, not its executioners,
7 August 1846 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WAR IN CIRCASSIA.

THE WAR IN CIRCASSIA.

The Antwerp papers «latc that the direct from Circassia differ material degree from the new* in the ofliciid journal* St. Peter*burgh. Iwtead Uw troops proving eminently victoriou* in the recent affair which occurred between them and the Circassians, the latter are said to have
7 August 1846 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BLIGHT IN THE POTATO CROP,

THE BLIGHT IN THE POTATO CROP,

deeply regret elate that the deplorable account* of the spread of the Potato Disease hate been received this day. know a gentleman residing near this City, who had a field of Potatoes in apparently healthy and luxuriant state yesterday, but this day, the entire Crop was blasted
7 August 1846 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
QUEEN’S COURT.

QUEEN’S COURT.

Tht* Royal dinner party on Monday, Buckingham Palace, included their Majesties the King and of the Belgiana, her Royal the Ducliean Kent, his Excellency the Baron Moncorro, the Marquis and Marchioness of LanadoMiH*, the Marquis of Abercom, Countps Vilain XIV., Lady Anna Maria Da
7 August 1846 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland