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5 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Winner. Won. Valuo. Mr. Gully 4 X 5.430 Lord George Hintinck.. 91 3,035

Winner. Won. Valuo. Mr. Gully 4 X 5.430 Lord George Hintinck.. 91 3,035

Winner. Won. Valuo. Mr. Gully 4 X 5.430 Lord George Hintinck.. 3,035 Bir R. Bulkelcy. Mr. O’Brien..... .. I>. Peck. 2 2,435 .. Dawson. 2,050 .. J Scott. Sir Hawley I 1.100 .. Hereford. Duke of Richmond.... 3} .. Kent. Colonel Anson 900 .. J. Scott. Mr. Drinkald 310 .. Lumlcy. Inc
5 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON COKN-EXCHANGK-Mondat. Acccst 3.

LONDON COKN-EXCHANGK-Mondat. Acccst 3.

The supply of wheat up to this muinirg's market was very moderate, some portion which consisted of new samples, which came hand in good condition, and sold readily from ins. to '>4s. per quarter. There ia no variation to notice in the price of old wheat, and there ia but little
5 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
lie IHulilin itlail

lie IHulilin itlail

lie itlail MONDAY. AI'GIST 24, 1846 TUB SATIOS NEWSPAPER. MEETING THE REPEAL TilC RECENT I’ttOCEEDINGS THE BETBAL ASSOCIATION A meeting of tie of St. Patrick** ward wm held on Tuesday evening the Repeal Reading-room, Clarencestreet. Denis Mcarnr, E?q., T.C., the Cbair. Preparatio
24 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
were fully curried out, the connection between the Association and this roomjwould be severed, and the result would that Ibis

were fully curried out, the connection between the Association and this roomjwould be severed, and the result would that Ibis

room would unable to support itself. Mr. Bradv denied that such would the result ; if members of this room, instead of tending all their money to Dublin, to squandered upon hirelings, would reserve one-half, even third, they need not look for any assistance from the association.
24 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IS LORD JOHN RUSSELL A REPEALER?

IS LORD JOHN RUSSELL A REPEALER?

Under this bead, we made some observations on Friday inquiring bow bis Lordsbip’a declarations in Parliament, for the maintenance of the Legislative Union, could be reconciled with the acta of those appointed by him in this country ; and we instanced the fact of Lord Chancellor
24 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAST MEETING OK THE MEATH ARCHERS

LAST MEETING OK THE MEATH ARCHERS

LAST MEETING THE MEATH ARCHERS The third meeting of the Meath Archers, and last for the season, took place at Heauparcoo the 19th instant. Notwithstanding the attraction the moors, the society assembled in great Many ctalom were attracted r>y the novelty of the scene and by the b
24 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
£36,579,676 J. R. Fljet, Deputy Cashier, Dated the 13th day of August

£36,579,676 J. R. Fljet, Deputy Cashier, Dated the 13th day of August

£36,579,676 J. R. Fljet, Deputy Cashier, Dated the day of August 579.676 Cahlow. —The bAviag proved favourable d uring tbc past week, the demand for labourers was very great. Tbc wheat iu this neighbourhood Las been cut down and stacked, and we have heard that the crop is an aver
17 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOR THE FOREIGN MARKET.

FOR THE FOREIGN MARKET.

Section 11-—Charles Kyre Mount Coote. Kilmallock. first prize, five sovs. Second pt.cr. 3 ,no merit. Third prize. 2 sovs.. do. For the best of ail the prize butter exhibited the show, the medal. CLASS B.—WOOL. Section I.—For the best lot of long hogget wool, of combining quality
17 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROBINSON AND BCJSSELt.

ROBINSON AND BCJSSELt.

USIC SKLLKRS, by Special Appointment, EXCELLENCY HKSBOKuUGH, and the Univenrity, Rronrctfully announce the arrival a assortment of PIANO- F»»KTKS. selected for them at tlic eminent Manulaclonw, in London, by Mr. JOSEPH ROBINSON. Their present Stock compriats NEW PATENT MODEL GRA
28 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland