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PCCAR DUTIES CORTISUAXCK BILL.

PCCAR DUTIES CORTISUAXCK BILL.

DUTIES BILL. On (he motion of the Earl of CLARENDON, this bill was read a fist time. The bills the table were forwarded a stage, and their lordahipa adjourned. HOUSE OF COMMONS—T July 28. Mr. MCCARTHY preMnted petition from Cork, praying that provisions of Baths ami Wash-houses B
4 August 1846 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
OUTRAGE OX OniYISH RfIVIErTH.

OUTRAGE OX OniYISH RfIVIErTH.

OUTRAGE OniYISH O’CONNELL presented petition from Thomas Bro. dig an, F.xq-. Tilton House, comty of Meath, a magistrate of that county, in reference an outrage which he, in common with other British subjects, was exposed Jerusalem, on Good Friday last, and praying that the Englis
4 August 1846 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THU REPEAL MAGISTRATES.

THU REPEAL MAGISTRATES.

Lord BROUGHAM wished to a«k the noble marquis opposite, whether there was any foundation for the statement made by bon. member of the other house in letter to the Repeal Association, that the Repeal justices, who were displaced the Lord Chancellor of Ireland, are about be restor
4 August 1846 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
PARLIAMENTARY PAPER.

PARLIAMENTARY PAPER.

Baths and Washhouses Ireland —The bill the pre- sent government for the voluntary establishment in boroughs , and certain cities and boroughs in Ireland of public baths and washhouses, was printed on Wednesday. contains twenty-six j provisions, nearly similar to those in the mea
4 August 1846 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
BOLD WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BY

BOLD WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BY

BOLD WHOLESALE AND RETAIL JOHN THOMPSON, “Guardian” Office, 63, English-strcct, Armagh. B. & L. PERRY & CO. mav consulted If), ifl Berners-st., Oxford-st., London, daily, ami 10(5, Dukcstreet, Liverpool, every Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and at No. 10, St. John street, Deansga
4 August 1846 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
** A lady, the wonder of her kind.” ** When 1 said mother. Methonght you saw a serpent."—Suakjpeahe

** A lady, the wonder of her kind.” ** When 1 said mother. Methonght you saw a serpent."—Suakjpeahe

** A lady, the wonder of her kind.” ** When 1 said mother. Methonght you saw a serpent."— ’—Sdellev. At the close of a festal day at Naples, just as the setting sun mas gleaming again>t the distant city, two light crafts were lying side side in the far-famed bay, each containing
4 August 1846 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
Till: LIURAIiV 01 10KKIU\ RUIUMi!.

Till: LIURAIiV 01 10KKIU\ RUIUMi!.

Till: LIURAIiV 10KKIU\ RUIUMi!. Now Palii thing, in W'ttkly Partt, Price Sirpenm, each Part containing yaget, j-otl fine paper, with a good clear type, LIBRARY of FOTOKJn ROi MANCE. Edited J. C. Jaui.s, Esq. This Sores will include the best works of the most eminent authors of Fr
4 August 1846 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SMILES UK THE YOUNG.

THE SMILES UK THE YOUNG.

THE SMILES THE YOUNG. A» the fl »»«. when the Kummcr is green— A* the footstep morn on the ocean is seen— the xirUK <laj when his tnanUe is flung t' the fair forest-boughs—arc the smiles of the young. lift the light from the face the maid. Where sweet cradled slumbers the sleeper
4 August 1846 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RESCUE.

RESCUE.

Pat Feeney charged Thady Kenny, his wife, and children, with having rescued a pig, seized under a barrister's decree, for rent due to Colonel Browne. The defendant having stated that be paid the amount of the decree, Pat Ruane was sworn, and stated that the amount was never paid
4 August 1846 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
RETURN OF IRISH BANKS OF ISSUE.

RETURN OF IRISH BANKS OF ISSUE.

RETUR[N OF HUISH BI3NKS OF ISSUE. no. ANeimuut, pumsuant to tbe Act S and 9 Vic., caip. 37, of' tbo aim 0ou1it of iiank Notes authlo'ised by h w to be i msmed by the several B ankis ol' Issue i Irehlanl, aniid the Averma; o Amount of B Lnk Notei ill eirculltioll, amidl of Coin li
4 August 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland