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best Mcil Concretations, dnu-.s ami Sick Hea free living, Ac. Ac. 'ilie peculiar promoting a due sccrt most frequently prod. Ilead-ache, loss of n\. v.AI be found highly and Spasms the functions the A These Powders, form a roost dclightfi pleasant and refreshi: {.roducing the mo
19 August 1846 - Limerick and Clare Examiner - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICA,

AMERICA,

(FEOII THE MAIL;. ter pool, Thdrsoat.—The Royal mail steamer Cambria. Captain Judkins, arrive>l in the Meracy yesterday from Halifax, eight and a-lialf days.— her arrival we have American advices sixteen days later than those receiver! by the last arrival. The New York Courier a
18 August 1846 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WHIGS AND THE ARMS BILL.

THE WHIGS AND THE ARMS BILL.

At the usual weekly Repeal meeting held last week in the Repeal Reading-rooms, Dragheda. Mr. Arthur Wade, R.W. in the Chair. Mr. P. rose and read a paragraph from the Morning CkrotucU, slating that Mr. Labouchere, the Irish Secretary, had given notice of intention the Whig minis
18 August 1846 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
CHEAP. EXPEDITIOUS, Law, Military, and Commercial PRI.WTIXC; OFFICE. 5, EL L E X-S TKEET, LIMERICK. MIC H AELATBCG AN, (Formerly

CHEAP. EXPEDITIOUS, Law, Military, and Commercial PRI.WTIXC; OFFICE. 5, EL L E X-S TKEET, LIMERICK. MIC H AELATBCG AN, (Formerly

Printer and Komisher Limerick Reporter,') BKGS reaped fully tg4cqnaint the Nobility. Gentry, and Clergy, Mercfcmte. Ship-ownera and Agent*, Shopkeepers, riwr-lAw Unardians, Solicitors, Temperance Societies, the Military. &c., that the above Establishment will oofned a few days,
18 August 1846 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
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18 August 1846 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
Carrickmaevotv, Aug. 16tfo, 1846.

Carrickmaevotv, Aug. 16tfo, 1846.

Dean Me. O'Coisaiu.—Enclosed you hare half note, amount 8/., Be..a] rent from this loro for the present month. Sttbjoined you have an addreii whieh wat unanimously adopted public meeting by the Kepealera of Caarriek« macros*, repressive of their aeutimenta of confidence you and
19 August 1846 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
UNION- CONTRACTS. THK Board of Guardians of the Nowry Union ate desirous of rreeiving Tendets from cooipeteiU persons for the

UNION- CONTRACTS. THK Board of Guardians of the Nowry Union ate desirous of rreeiving Tendets from cooipeteiU persons for the

supply of the folloving articles, to do* lieercd at the Union Workhouse, free of coat: OATMEAL, of best quality, tons ; b« delivered in «udi quantities a* any be required previous to tbe Ist day r»f March neit. INDIAN MEAL, of beat quality, tons, white yellow; to delivered requi
19 August 1846 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEWRY EXAMINER AND LOUTH ADVERTISER.—DUNDALK, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1846. THE NAIL IN THE COFFIN.

THE NEWRY EXAMINER AND LOUTH ADVERTISER.—DUNDALK, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1846. THE NAIL IN THE COFFIN.

What, threescore years and ten!—laughed child, with eager look— Oh, good ray mother, there’ll be time—nay, close that weary book! Hark! very sweet tbe throetle sings upon the old elm And tnuty bound be waited me—l bear him whin, e’en now ; For I've pramiaed h. •hall acour to-day
19 August 1846 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
SIR CHARLES WETHERELL.

SIR CHARLES WETHERELL.

This gentleman, so well known by his opposition to Reform, and his providential escape from the Bristol rioters, has met with a dreadful accident, by being thrown from bis gig in the neighbourhood of Maidstone ou Monday morning. Sir Charles, who is 76 years of age, is not expect
15 August 1846 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
MILITARY PUNISHMENTS.

MILITARY PUNISHMENTS.

Mr. WILLIAMS presented a petition for the remission of the sentence lately passed upon Sorger, a marine at Cork, for striking his superior officer. Mr. T. DUNCOMBE gave notice that he should tomorrow move for a return of the number of persona in the army and navy who had been su
15 August 1846 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland