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July ‘/IHit in the rhiiwli Ai>li:-'n**’, the Rev. Francis Kinkcud, Mr. Tiior.ias M*Kiin, ton »f the late Mr. Robert M'Kln, Sligo, Heater, youngest daughter of Mr. John Rallina. DIED. (In the Ist instant, at Wocdwtle, Theobald Bmirke, Esq., J.P., ydvanetd of year.-, much respecte
4 August 1846 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTED, A YOUNG MAN WHO UNDERSTANDS THE business,y AND CAN KEEP AC^OtJNTS. Apply to Robert Tig he, Balliorobe. A respectable

WANTED, A YOUNG MAN WHO UNDERSTANDS THE business,y AND CAN KEEP AC^OtJNTS. Apply to Robert Tig he, Balliorobe. A respectable

reference will bo required.
4 August 1846 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

TiHE BELFAST BANKING COMPANY. "Tol'l(l C IS Hi ERIEY GI\'VEN, Lt tile statidl ,iSNI Al. ;INI-lAI, E IFI'"II hre, PRO(. , X 'l'iS Oi liii S HI(' of this A N'ANY will I' ' t ?? t All . IIl-JI'AS'S', oil '1IIJ1RU )DAY , il", 27t1 h August, at the hlulr of WEALVE O'tilock, 'bt, l) N'
4 August 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUGAR AUCTION

SUGAR AUCTION

0 BERT M*D O N A L D HAS JUST RE- I i'Fl\ ED, Consignment, and will dispose of, at Mr. ■ AUCTION MART, on THURSDAY next, the 6th instant, TWELVE o'clock. Noon, | I •»0 / Tierces, [ ANTIGUA SUOsiRSj 10 Bitrrehy ) I Genuine HOW HOOT, twid IS Chestn Fine CO.\(JOU TEAS. Belfast. 1,
4 August 1846 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AGRICULTURAL AND COMMERCIAL BANK OF IRELAND. JAMES DAWSON, and\ TN CHANCERY—IREothers, Plaintiffs ; 1 LAND—Notice is hereby JOHN MILLER, and

AGRICULTURAL AND COMMERCIAL BANK OF IRELAND. JAMES DAWSON, and\ TN CHANCERY—IREothers, Plaintiffs ; 1 LAND—Notice is hereby JOHN MILLER, and

| given, that the charge of the other., Dr/emlanlg. J Plaintiffs, under the Decree, in this cause, hearing date the 19th day of and the Act of Bth and 9th Victoria, cap. 147, forth account of the Assets, Property, and effect Oof said Agricultural and Commercial Bank of Irctoi 1,
4 August 1846 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
, 171KSTCLASS SAM-PACKETS FOR La I «;reei»»rU, €>Jlni*gow, «nd « nrU^h;. V-flXp For GLASGOW, calling GREENOCK ti.e A, Captain FROM

, 171KSTCLASS SAM-PACKETS FOR La I «;reei»»rU, €>Jlni*gow, «nd « nrU^h;. V-flXp For GLASGOW, calling GREENOCK ti.e A, Captain FROM

BELFAST. J FRIDAY,... • Aug. 7. at ocock, Kverfng. MONDAY.. Aug. I", at 10 ock. Fill DAY, Aug U. at 4 o'i look, Alifrapon. MONDAY, Aug. 17, at oft. Evtuilg. FRIDAY.. Aug. 21. at :i loik. EvFwftig. MONDAY, . Aug at 10 Night. FRIDAY Aug. -*O. at Afternoon. MONDAY Aug. 31, at .*> o
4 August 1846 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A PADDY M-KEW.

A PADDY M-KEW.

PADDY M-KEW. A miscreant, w hose name afterwards turned out to be Molony, was observed about fortnight since in the neighbourhood of Cratloe wood, whose habit for some days was, going into several houses in the neighbourhood, ana making particular enquiries concerning the inhabit
4 August 1846 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
"■nTt I* ACKETS ar..- IhlcimM »«llnr ,(„. I’nd^mentiom-d Ports, from th« i «'iHKsTI‘.A M SHIP ro.MPANYS OFFICE, PEN. QI AV,

"■nTt I* ACKETS ar..- IhlcimM »«llnr ,(„. I’nd^mentiom-d Ports, from th« i «'iHKsTI‘.A M SHIP ro.MPANYS OFFICE, PEN. QI AV,

COUK, wUlioul Pilols, and with UWrtv to tow VojMteU. _ BttISTOI^—F.VKUY TI AND FRIDAT. The BABKINA. CapUin Captain GILMOBB. Tiirv-day. 4ilt »\ Alter. | To««lay...lBth at I Friday... at After I Friday .... 2l*t After. Tuesday. Ilth at 7 Mom. I Tuewlay.-.Sftth 5 After. Friday....
4 August 1846 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IUE COTUt SOUTHERN REPokTER-fUESDAT, AUGUST 4. tMfl.

IUE COTUt SOUTHERN REPokTER-fUESDAT, AUGUST 4. tMfl.

IUE SOUTHERN REPokTER-fUESDAT, AUGUST 4. tMfl. party In England juaticr to the Catho- fir and rm»e«tant. never had been to well received as lately In England. called the people to support the admlnlVtration, which waapledged them Justice (Hear and cheer**, lint would hepiTe knew
4 August 1846 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
William Brent examined a batcher Heston, and a constable of that parish. A policeman came to by as he stated,

William Brent examined a batcher Heston, and a constable of that parish. A policeman came to by as he stated,

of Mr. Pownall, tbe magistrate, and told me go to tire barracks and inqujred about the death of man who had been flogged. Went to the barracks and saw Dr. Warren, told me that the man haul been flogged, but it live weeks before, tliat he had got quite well of it, there was no ac
4 August 1846 - Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland