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DNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1846.

DNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1846.

Mr. J. O’Connell then rose lo aiMress the meet inn, nnd was received with eiithtifthisiic cheering. ile said am not here defend the Whigs—l would be very sorry have their cause entrusted to me—no man can see more strongly than 1 can the faults, the grievous offences, aye, the cr
5 August 1846 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.

NOTICE CORRESPONDENTS. have not room in our present iinmher fur Layman’s communication. «diall give it in our next; hut it mu -t understood bein'-' the last which can reeeiv the subject, excepting rejoinder Mr. Jennings, if The appeal ea«e. tried the last Derry Assizes, Sir 11. l
5 August 1846 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE SOCIAL ANIMAL.

THE SOCIAL ANIMAL.

Man the curiosity of creation —men are their own wonder. Like child's puzzle—when the thousand fragments arc put together as they ought to be, a proper and perfect whole is found ; but the pieces may strung many different ways, the great figure may nearly completed, but the last
7 August 1846 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
SHANNON NAVIGATION BILL

SHANNON NAVIGATION BILL

Mr. moved the third reading of the Shannon navigation bill. Colonel opposed the motion. He considered this bill was one of the inosi nefarious public jobs ever attempted by any government. (Hear, hear.) After few observations from Mr. and Mr. Ffrench, the bill was read a third t
7 August 1846 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.

PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.

It is now confidently anticipated that the sugar bill will carried through all its stages in the Hou*e of Commons in the course of the ensuing week. allowing for all contingencies present foreseen, parliament will probably prorogued before the *Jslh Ix part Schools. —Lord J. Rus
7 August 1846 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
THE ORANGE TNSTITUTION.

THE ORANGE TNSTITUTION.

TT»«j meciing of county grand officers and other inflaeutia! members of the Orange Institution, convened circular am) public advertisement, was held the Town Hull KnuiskiUen, Monday the .'id of August, IblO, for the purpose of organizing the toeo geueruliy, and forming Gr&ud Ora
7 August 1846 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
% QAIfIE. NOTICK Ij ere by given, that the GAME the MOUNTAIN is preserved. Any person found trespassing thereon will

% QAIfIE. NOTICK Ij ere by given, that the GAME the MOUNTAIN is preserved. Any person found trespassing thereon will

pro€ecuted. The Grounds are poisoned. A. G. STUART.
7 August 1846 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
INSOLVENT COURT.

INSOLVENT COURT.

Mr. Commissioner Farrell sat in this court on Saturday, and disposed of several cases, after which his lordship ad journed to this day. College-street Police-office.—The Alleged Bigamy Case On Saturday last, Mary Downes was brought 'ore Mr. Tyndall, on the warrant granted him on
3 August 1846 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY. TO be Sold well-secured Profit Bent of Twenwfive Pounds per annum, for long term of years, aXsing out of

MONEY. TO be Sold well-secured Profit Bent of Twenwfive Pounds per annum, for long term of years, aXsing out of

Premises situate in the best part' of the City oCrDublin, and on which a large sum of money has been emended during the lost few years in improvements. For particulars apply to Mr. Stephen Eaton, Solicitor, 10D Capel-street. ONE THOUSAND POUNDS wanted on Annuity, for which Six p
3 August 1846 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTIONS. Eastern Rarities.—Attractive Sale THIS DAT of Mawlarin China, Jars, Beakers, and Ornaments; LacqueredAamiture, Carvings in Ivory, Tortoise She'll and

AUCTIONS. Eastern Rarities.—Attractive Sale THIS DAT of Mawlarin China, Jars, Beakers, and Ornaments; LacqueredAamiture, Carvings in Ivory, Tortoise She'll and

Sandal Jvood, Chinese Hand Screens, Indian Cane Window^Blinds, Table Hats and Matting, Ancient Gold Coins, Chinese Paper Hangings, Fine-toned Gongs of huge dimensions, Grotesque Figures, Bronze Ornaments, &c., imported Mr. SHANKEY ; the whole of which WILL be SOLD by AUCTION, (h
3 August 1846 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland