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GREAT DEBILITY

GREAT DEBILITY

Extract of a Letter from John Thompson, Esy., Proprietor of the " Armagh Guardian," Armagh, IJth April, 18(6. To Professor Holloway. Sir—There it present living in this city Sergeant, who had been for many year* in the Army at Cabul, in the East Indies, from whence he returned i
1 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY GRAND JURY.

COUNTY GRAND JURY.

A deputation from the rale-payers of IJppercross, Rathdown, the barony of Dublin, &c.. waited upon the finance committees of the grand jury on Friday, for the purpose of ascertaining the course which they intended to adopt in referenco to taxation of which the rate-payers compla
1 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PARISH OF ST. MARY, DONNYBROOK ON Sunday, 26th of July, the Annual Sermon behalf of the Poor of this extensive

PARISH OF ST. MARY, DONNYBROOK ON Sunday, 26th of July, the Annual Sermon behalf of the Poor of this extensive

Parish was Ik’eached the Rev. Henry Brownrigg, Hector of the sum of 41/. was <?olle«ted, including thtyyflpwing Donations: Right Hon. Sydney Herbert. 5/. ; Roe, Esq., I/.; Robert Corbet, Esq., I/.; EdwardfliJEibbon, Esq., I/.; and P. D. Hardy, Esq., 10s. Tho thunk* of the Clergy
4 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHANCERY.

CHANCERY.

Travers R. Uawkihaw, Esq.,*] RSUANT to Decree and others, j X of this Honorable Plaintiffs. Court, made in this Cause, Victor Emanuel O’Fen'all, and bearing dale the 17th Esq., and several others, I day of Juno, IB4G. 1 hereby Defendants. I require all Persons having J charges i
4 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
« MARRIAGES.

« MARRIAGES.

July 20, in St. Luke'a Church, by the Rev. W. Bolton, Edward La*it. Etq.. Boyne View, county of Meath, to Mitt Maria Wall, Blue Bril, c- unly of Dublin. July 20, in St. Mark't Church, the Rev. John Gregg, of Trinity Church, Mr. John Torkington. Kmily Cottage. Kingttown, eldest t
4 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONG HORNED CATTLE.

LONG HORNED CATTLE.

"Without wishing to revive discussion, the comparativc merit of the long and short-horned cattle ; we feel it duty, well as a pleasure to give insertion to the following letter, addressed to the editor of the English Farmers’ Journal. have long been of opinion, that we should in
1 August 1846 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A funner in certain county not very far from Dublin, holds 200 acres of land, at ‘2os. an acre all

A funner in certain county not very far from Dublin, holds 200 acres of land, at ‘2os. an acre all

round, onehalf of which is worth 40s. aero, and the other half is coarse and easy of reclamation, but worth the 20s. acre still. That farmer has lease, and capital sufficient cultivate the arable and improve the rcclaimablc land, yet on the arable he has at this moment forty acr
1 August 1846 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SCOTCH. EDINBURGH GRAIN MARKET.—JotY 22. We had a large supply of wheat to-day ; the quantity shown was 1076 qrs.,

SCOTCH. EDINBURGH GRAIN MARKET.—JotY 22. We had a large supply of wheat to-day ; the quantity shown was 1076 qrs.,

being 167 more than on last Wednesday; sales were ready, but prices fell on the top Is., and on the average 2s. 7d; 63 qis. left unsold. Our supply of barley was likewise better; the quantity on sale was 130 qrs. or 18 qrs. more than last week. The demand was good, and prices re
1 August 1846 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Sec. 111.—Agricbltuuai. EsoittF.r.Rixo.

Sec. 111.—Agricbltuuai. EsoittF.r.Rixo.

Sec. 111.— Agricbltuuai. EsoittF.r.Rixo. Tills section includes the proper directions in seltimt every operation form worli apoina. the most speedy, cheap, and etheient way; s.i that neither tune, labour, nor money bo lost, tint that the greatest possible production is broucht ou
1 August 1846 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MURBP.R.

MURBP.R.

Pat Burke an.l Coraelius Burke, were giveo charge to the following jury for the murder of Jamev «yes, Ihe of August lust at Borrisoleigh. Joseph Gtalfrey, Arthur Hewlett, Samuel Briod.ey, Tnomas Charles Wilkiusoo, Michael Mutvaoy, John ilanleo, Cu'len, Henry Franks, John Ardlll,
5 August 1846 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland