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™ IVF.RPOOL STEAM SHIP IHe (chairmen) believed that even they had done «o they DUBLIN AND should not have been

™ IVF.RPOOL STEAM SHIP IHe (chairmen) believed that even they had done «o they DUBLIN AND should not have been

able to inflict it, aa the law, under cir- TeetanUw the nnd half-vearlv general meeting of the cumstances of combination, protected employers from the S TOmnanv waa held at their office, infliction of such (*niUt y . Moreover they understood attrnSo* the purnoee of re- ! that Mr
20 August 1846 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
» COURT OF EXCHEQUER—IRELAND. A Bill for the further Regulation of certain Offices attached to the Court of Exchequer in

» COURT OF EXCHEQUER—IRELAND. A Bill for the further Regulation of certain Offices attached to the Court of Exchequer in

Ireland, prepared and brought in by Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer and Mr. Parker. JPFhereas under the provisions of an act passed in the sixth and seventh years of the reign of her present Majesty, inti- An Act for the further Regulation of the (Offices of the Chief and Second
20 August 1846 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SIGNS OF THE TIMES, OR PRIESTLY INTOLE-

SIGNS OF THE TIMES, OR PRIESTLY INTOLE-

RANGE. (From the Cork Constitution.) Castletown Berehaven Petty Sessions, August 12— The court was densely crowded from early hour, it generally known that Father Healy was to appear on the summons of John Sullivan, of Ardgroom, convert from Romanism, who from his conversion, se
20 August 1846 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Extensive Sale of Household Furniture, second-hand Pianoforte, Brussels and Kidderminster Carpets.and Hearth Rugs, large Chimney Glass, Dressing dittoJipme Prints and

Extensive Sale of Household Furniture, second-hand Pianoforte, Brussels and Kidderminster Carpets.and Hearth Rugs, large Chimney Glass, Dressing dittoJipme Prints and

Paintings, few articles of test Jnlield Plated Ware, Ac. J TO be SOLD by AUCTION, on THIS dav), 20th Instant, at 61 Furniture of two Drawingrooms and four Bedchambers, comprising Parlour, Drawingroom, and Bedchamber Chairs, Sofas and Loungers, Economy, Loo, Card, and Dressing T
20 August 1846 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
American Produce—The following snpplies comprise the principal portion of the most noticeable arrivals which have taken place from the United

American Produce—The following snpplies comprise the principal portion of the most noticeable arrivals which have taken place from the United

States of America and Canada during the past week:—The Jane, from Montreal, brought 1,540 barrels of flour, and 8,415 minots of wheat; the Metoka, arrived Liverpool from New York, brought 4,062 barrels of flour, the large number of 11,370 bushels, and 745 sacks of wheat, 520 tie
19 August 1846 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CARLINGFORD BAR—TOWN MEETING.

CARLINGFORD BAR—TOWN MEETING.

On Saturday a Town Meeting, called requisition to Lord Newryand Mome, M.P., was held in the Court-bou«e, for the purpose of taking into consideration what further steps may be necessary to impress on the attention of the government the necessity of measures for deepening the Bar
19 August 1846 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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15 August 1846 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSES & LANDS.

HOUSES & LANDS.

LET, without a fine, the Hout-e No. h -L TEMPLE-STREET (near Mountjoy-square). !ti, i n good tenantable order, and fit for immediate occupation It \ contains two Parlours, two Drawingrooms, five n..i. J chambers and Basement Stoiy, good rere, with Stable Coach house. This House
15 August 1846 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NO Mmlmib* ytt ih« ever so rapidly >aeh ditUnitaialicJ evlebritj; it qacttiaaiklf if of eifiliflfd glokf fhrrc in csirfordiHary n«f

NO Mmlmib* ytt ih« ever so rapidly >aeh ditUnitaialicJ evlebritj; it qacttiaaiklf if of eifiliflfd glokf fhrrc in csirfordiHary n«f

linf fiftMf havf not beaa rrhibilH. Thia tjgual auccraa ia »«t atlribntabla to any ayalam nlmtiaiiig, bat aultly Iba racotanaodalioua of paitiaa rated by their ate. Tba Proprietoea Ptaa'a Lira Pitta now their llTllaaina of FIfTKKN HIINDHKU I.KTTKRB, of then fr.Ha Me EmfUmi, many
15 August 1846 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
THE POTATO CROP.

THE POTATO CROP.

We have hitherto refrained from indulging in much speculation respecting the prospects of the potato crop of this year, because nothing, we conceive, can be more mischievous than exciting alarm respecting the means of subsistence of some millions of people, anima there are well
15 August 1846 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland