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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS—FRIDAY, JULY 31. In reply to a question from Earl Fit zhardinge, having reference to the recent proclamation of the Lord Mayor of London, The Marquis of LANSDOWNE said, that in consequence of the rumours of the prevalence of Asiatic cholera in •arious districts, h
6 August 1846 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
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6 August 1846 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
DUHLIN DAILY STOCK aNI» Ml AUK LIST.

DUHLIN DAILY STOCK aNI» Ml AUK LIST.

DAILY STOCK aNI» AUK LIST. GOVERNMENT FL'NX>B. 3 per Cent Consols .. .. 1 3*4 Bt'»ch ORAND CANAL 0F92/'.B | ■ 'i percent, red to 1-J sterl. fxr ' per Cent. City Deb. of 2d J H‘» s MfSCEI.LANkOI'S. Dublin and Glasgow Steam Com. [ Consumers’ .. . . , RAW W ATS. Armagh, Coleraine an
6 August 1846 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MORAL AND PHYSICAL FORCE.

MORAL AND PHYSICAL FORCE.

COLLEGE-STREET POLICE-OFFICE—Dublis. Ou Monday morning the board-room of this office was crammed to excess the friends and admirers of Old and Young Ireland, who were anxious to bear charge of assault preferred by Capt. Broderick against Mr. Meagher. Mr. Tyndall presided. Mr. Cu
6 August 1846 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
PRICES OF IRISH STOCKS.

PRICES OF IRISH STOCKS.

PRICES IRISH STOCKS. 3 Cent. Consols 34 Cent. Stock 3J Cent. Debentures. Hank Stock, div,,.... Koyal Canal Stock Grand Canal Stock Do. Debs., Cent.... Do. Do. 4 Cent. red. Cent. City Debentures Ditto (new) NlM.l.ms AUOICTIIS JUHARE IN VEUIIA MAGISTRi. THE NEVVRT TELEGRAPH. NEWRY.
6 August 1846 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
S£L J£ K Y. TO THE THRUSH. Sweet mio»trel of the wood. Whose artless music s The air around with

S£L J£ K Y. TO THE THRUSH. Sweet mio»trel of the wood. Whose artless music s The air around with

melody That thro* (he bosom thrills ; Entrancing with a deep delight Those who stray forth morning bright. A pleasant wsrbler thou. Thy clear and lively not* Kings cheerily through this grassy dell. Poured from thy little throat; All nature seems attentive near. All mutely heed
6 August 1846 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
daughter's caresses, and mrtaincd by her i-.r.iyers, the despair rolled over him. lie could not compose himself to rest; the

daughter's caresses, and mrtaincd by her i-.r.iyers, the despair rolled over him. lie could not compose himself to rest; the

r*»oin seemed too small to contain the mighty conflict his feelings, lie went to the door, and as the cold wind blew his brow lie felt inexpressible relief, and rushed abroad, reckless where went, provided would escape from himself. The farther roamed from his own home, the more
6 August 1846 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
IXCIUENT Tll£ SuUTU AMEUICAN HIGHLANDS. 1 had reached the high plain, 14.000 feet above the level of the sea. Ou

IXCIUENT Tll£ SuUTU AMEUICAN HIGHLANDS. 1 had reached the high plain, 14.000 feet above the level of the sea. Ou

each side rose the peaks of the Cordilleras clothed eternal ice—gigantic pyramids towering into the heavens. as if Nature, on these snowy plains of the Cordilleras, breathed out her last breath. Here life and death met together; and 1 seemed to be arrived the boundary line betwe
6 August 1846 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
)TH. ■) -2, itrotuned patron ’•mlwsdge, it, and the equally iu- moderate repelling a r be I.ct, UNFURNISHED, For tuck

)TH. ■) -2, itrotuned patron ’•mlwsdge, it, and the equally iu- moderate repelling a r be I.ct, UNFURNISHED, For tuck

Turn at may agreed upon, milAT COTTAGE-HOUSE, known as 1111 SIIANE-HILL, Wabkenpoint. It is small but moat comfortable, quite secluded ■•from the load, with small piece of I’LEASURE-G ROUND in the front. Application to made to tha Eer. JOHN DAVIS, St. John's Cottage, Wabbexpoint
6 August 1846 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

On the 20th alt. Gerald Cullen, Esq., of Prospect, county Kildare, to Anne, eldest daughter of Thosnaa Qargan, Esq., Newtown, county Meath. On the 28th of July, at Celbridge, by the Hon. and Rev. EdwardTaylor, noolsof the bride and bridegroom. Lord Langford, to Louise Augusta, d
6 August 1846 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland