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NEWTOWNARDS AND COMBER FARMING SOCIETY'S CATTLE SHOW AND DINNER.

NEWTOWNARDS AND COMBER FARMING SOCIETY'S CATTLE SHOW AND DINNER.

The annual cattle show of this useful and rapidly im- proving society took place yesterday in the cattle mar- ket, Newtownards. The day was extremely wet throughi- out, but this did not in any way lessen the interest taken in the exhibition, which was one of the best for a consi
21 August 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ASTONISHING NFFIACTT

ASTONISHING NFFIACTT

ASTONISHING Moiloivtey's JPißts. The Testimony of a Clergyman vouching to Nleven cases Cures by these Wonderful Pills. Extract of Letter from the Ecu George Prior, Curate o/Mevagh, Letter Kenny, Carrigart, Ireland, U)th January, 1846. To Professor Hoi.loway. Sir—l send you crude
21 August 1846 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
SCOTCH MARKETS.

SCOTCH MARKETS.

Glasgow Chun-.Market, Wednesday—The weather has variable, but to-day is fine. A fair extent business has taken place in Wheat, lull prices, and some instances at (> I. advance. Barrel Flour has sold freely, principally speculation, at an advance (id. to Is. Oats have declined 3(
21 August 1846 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS— Monday, Augdst IT. The public works ami fisheries (Ireland) bill, and the public works (Ireland)

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS— Monday, Augdst IT. The public works ami fisheries (Ireland) bill, and the public works (Ireland)

bill, were read a first time, 1 ordered printed. 1 , „rd REDESDALE rose to bring on the motion of had given notice relative to the College of xlavnnoth, and said he would trouble their lordships .1 ( „ remarks respecting the report of the first Citation of the college held since
21 August 1846 - Statesman and Dublin Christian Record - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AND DUBLIN CHRISTIAN RECORD.

AND DUBLIN CHRISTIAN RECORD.

corn is quite sufficient to provide sustenance for a strong-bodied labourer for a day (hear). With respect to the donations, likewise, I have to state that these donations did bring out the large amount ot‘ subscriptions to which I have already alluded. These subscriptions were
21 August 1846 - Statesman and Dublin Christian Record - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE DISMISSED MAGISTRATES.

THE DISMISSED MAGISTRATES.

The following (says the Evening Post) are magistrates who have, up to this time, been reinstated, or to whom communications, in accordance with the policy of the government, have been made : The Right lion. Lord Ffrencb, county Galway. The Liberator, county Kerry. Sir Michael Di
21 August 1846 - Statesman and Dublin Christian Record - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21, 1840.

FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21, 1840.

Arrival far a Few Days Only. CURE OF CORN'S, BUNIONS. CAI.T.OSITtES, NAILS, GROWING I NTO THE FLESH. AND EVERY DISORDER OF THE FEET. WITHOUT CUTTING, CAUSING THE SLIGHTEST PAIN. MR. CHUIOI’ODIST. of 48, GRAFTO .STRCEXrIJUBLIN. begs to inform the Nobilff amlJßmiry of Limerick and
21 August 1846 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
Mknriog tctj n»p«t- Ml ateut, we Inead fa pobtubed m the Auttraiian Jourwa/, fated Merch the B«th. VTe «haU continue

Mknriog tctj n»p«t- Ml ateut, we Inead fa pobtubed m the Auttraiian Jourwa/, fated Merch the B«th. VTe «haU continue

it* pntiKrtitkm from dey to dey, until we have gut through the entire RETURN OF DR. LGICHARDT. BF.PORT OF THE EXPEDITION OF L. LEICIIARDT, ESa, FROM MORETON BAY TO PORT FSSINOTON. 1 led Sydney the 13th of August, 1544, in the Sovereign, Captain Cape, the Hunter River Steam Navig
21 August 1846 - Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
vice Lord Salloun, oppoiiiteil to Foot. 60th.—Lieutenant Charles Wm. Hamilton to Captain, purchase, vice Munro, promoted: Second Lienteuaut George Abererombie

vice Lord Salloun, oppoiiiteil to Foot. 60th.—Lieutenant Charles Wm. Hamilton to Captain, purchase, vice Munro, promoted: Second Lienteuaut George Abererombie

Robinson to be First Lieutenant, purchase, vies Solheby ; Howies, Gent., Second Licntensnt. by purehose, vice Robinson. 71st.—Kn-dgn James Homo to Lieutenant, without purchase, vice Loft us. appointed Adjutant: John Fuller, Gent., to Hnsign, vice Horne; Lieutenant Henry Loflus A
21 August 1846 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
m;; ,:*r. ranox (irci ano.)

m;; ,:*r. ranox (irci ano.)

,:*r. (irci next vote was sum of towards the ex' 1' »» id cling a model prison in Ireland. Mr. **?.»« where t) . model prison was to ? II ul die go*.eminent any to shoe., or could th. v ‘ay what would the total expen U R**p-*ore'l to •'im iliut they were, year after your, getin g
21 August 1846 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland