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PRICES OF IRISH STOCKS DURING THE WEEK.

PRICES OF IRISH STOCKS DURING THE WEEK.

ilGiC OF1 IauiW wrOda1 DtURBG tB1 WER, y d wrD. TRURS. FSI. SAT, MON. TURII. 23 per Ct Conc. 9Sj 95 985 % 981 % 9581 1i2 Reduced do . - - a ?? 976 97 97 9711 r71 97 97 961i. q6% 3ebetureo. -- _ _ _ L Anituitre .. - _ _ _ _ Batik Stock ,, 206 _ _ 20716 R.Canal Stocl . _ _ G.Canal
5 August 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FAT.vL ACCIDF.NI' AT IIOI.KIIAM.

FAT.vL ACCIDF.NI' AT IIOI.KIIAM.

FAT.vL ACCIDF.NI' IIOI.KIIAM. On llie afternoon of hst. the town of Wells and its iiomei'iiate ncignb nliood was thrown into a state of much excite.nent 1 alarm u report toat Lord Leicester had been accidentally drowned near the beach at Hulkha.n. Numbers immediately hastened to
5 August 1846 - Kerry Evening Post - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ASSOCIATION.

THE ASSOCIATION.

The Cork Examiner. WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 5, 1846 Although Mr. O'Connell's presence at the Association has not produced that union which we looked upon possible, and has given but little hope of the return of Mr. Smith O'Brien-; still his presence and his speech, at a moment
5 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO HIS WORSHIPFUL THE MAYOR A. F. ROCHE, ESQ.

TO HIS WORSHIPFUL THE MAYOR A. F. ROCHE, ESQ.

Sir,—During the year of office of your predecessor (Rd. Dowden Richard, Esq.) 1 took the liberty of calling his attention to the miserable passage called Winthropp Street, which leads from Patrick Street to the South Mall. then stated that lives had been lost, and instanced, tha
5 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICES. ONLY TILL THE 11th INSTANT IN CORKCURE OF CORNS, BUNIONS, CALLOSITIES, NAILS GROWING INTO THE FLESH, AND EVERY DISORDER

NOTICES. ONLY TILL THE 11th INSTANT IN CORKCURE OF CORNS, BUNIONS, CALLOSITIES, NAILS GROWING INTO THE FLESH, AND EVERY DISORDER

OF THE FEET, WITJIOBT CUTTING OR CAUSING THE SLIGyrIWT PAIN. MRrLENETZKY, CHIROPODIST, of 48, GRAFTON-STREET, DUBLIN, begs to return bis grateful acknowledgments to the Nobility, Gentry and Inhabitants of CORK and its environs, for the very extensive patronage he has been honour
5 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Tne I 1 attempt Schlege.'s writers. d<»**9 Much ini char' Uteri of halit all pers »n There i ti an

Tne I 1 attempt Schlege.'s writers. d<»**9 Much ini char' Uteri of halit all pers »n There i ti an

11 in peruans, i trary prett power The nai teri tv. Lectures Alt r tfa it baa pru rpinted cuiation, t Judge a.m. A.* tl for the pro) the court Mr. Non llamil'on « It <**» pulilitbed i The deleudi and Stated the |' Mr. Alexau. acts ore! 11. and ties. He of Mr. Ham S' staiida laid
5 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BELIGIOCS SERVICE.

BELIGIOCS SERVICE.

Important in their bearing upon the success of the workhouse system relief, are the forty-eighth and forty-ninth sections of the poor relief set, making provision for religious service. The commissioners. In their eighth annual report, make the following statement of the princip
5 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRICE CURRENT OP LIVE STOCK, PROVISIONS. &c.

PRICE CURRENT OP LIVE STOCK, PROVISIONS. &c.

Liverpool, August 3, IB4G. (Paoa Adams and Banks’ Cibccl as. >—There was a large supply of Cattle at to-day’s ‘Market, amounting to 1,492 Beasts and 9,5&5 Sheep and Lambs, via., 1,429 Beasts and 6,127 Sheep and Lambs from Ireland, and 63 Beasts and 3,428 Sheep and Lambs from Sco
5 August 1846 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GRAND FLOWER SHOW.

GRAND FLOWER SHOW.

The horticultural improvement SOCIETY OF IRELAND, will hold their Autumn Show of Flowers, in the Grounds of the SALT-HILL HOTEL, MONKSTOWN?^ On THIS DAY (Wednesday), the sth of August. A Military Band will be in attendance. Gates to open at Twelve o’clock. The etonbition will ta
5 August 1846 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TRADE DI KING TllK WKEK. pul&oation to morn, n* «>> h»To t*llon iti aur jv»rt ot' th« n,tun ' Ihonmi

TRADE DI KING TllK WKEK. pul&oation to morn, n* «>> h»To t*llon iti aur jv»rt ot' th« n,tun ' Ihonmi

li.i# far lurtWr supply U« Ivnrtiti . that the harvest would jy.> iu;to i ijH?. rain would o ot!v.-r hand, adov the the .an A. , the nin.iVAt the same i-vav wot, even for aiiil wiHiUl do ''■•‘ns vivj** . w f l>r . jst.>iAiH>> s,.mewhat a <-w«*« rain would to opinion :>.■ ■ price
5 August 1846 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland