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three cases of inguinal aneurism.

three cases of inguinal aneurism.

three cases inguinal aneurism. this. The ligature separated ou the fifteenth day, followed some discharge of matter from the wound, which speedily closed. less than three weeks the tumour had greatly subsided, to equal a pigeon s egg only in size; this diminished tumour was situa
19 August 1846 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MEDICAL REGISTRATION DILL.

THE MEDICAL REGISTRATION DILL.

throu-Th neglect or mistake, has been omitted from the medical register then current, or that he purposes commencin" or resuming practice, or of changing his abode before the first dav of January the ensuing year, every such applicant shall entitled to obtain from the registrar
19 August 1846 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRODUCED IN A FEW WEiiiKS !

PRODUCED IN A FEW WEiiiKS !

PRODUCED IN A FEW ! ■'"•MS-, ■ > . . . ... I-.-.-v/ r ••••,.!•. ; ■ ■••--'-• ■' ■*• • *s ,' \ ' §■: o i»! a '.i*. I y '-■ •■'• ? ig- - **- !» ° y rt* - ■ ~ * PB9BlT.' ir\i.i (i'i Bust pi.m , ..I «||«<V Ilu-o Ims not bovtoi.r.l t!.i* »«»»«.« ..I h« human ««nn known to m.iny ot the
20 August 1846 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
\ir. Jt.l.usl"n, 68. Cumuli. , s ef »» Eaalsklies: 8. Bev«n, “Ihronidc Biiice.

\ir. Jt.l.usl"n, 68. Cumuli. , s ef »» Eaalsklies: 8. Bev«n, “Ihronidc Biiice.

\ir. Jt.l.usl"n, 68. Cumuli. , »» Eaalsklies: 8. Bev«n, Biiice. Heinforcembnis ron thi. Cape Ilcrp.. „\V nave it b.-»t aulh.-rny ihett C..munMl..ie Sir I'houws Herbert, Haiei(<li, lr:^.at' > , , about to l ave lor ii brazil* l, n lo^iuc* manor moH«AT*. (XEAH CLOSES Si guvi rnor,
20 August 1846 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
MABBIAGES

MABBIAGES

s i 00,1. S*«il a. .«• MB. <•<-•' .» ,l ‘•"‘f’ ““• U rr.«i«ct «K<l. I JBi't; Hi:A HS. •.ug. Ifl bis re«ideure. nas.oe. tl c- i Usa. I^- eoer *reuro. Rc-a.-ACJUia Led, *r?enty.t.e *Aa - at K»:»ce. a f*-w hours’ Uiiwm, Friltic, ) fest »ao wt Laece-ei .of Uajl) aru.. ftm* ~ l>ar*Mo*
20 August 1846 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
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21 August 1846 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
**■'" ~ , r Cashel, traasmittel per the Verj* Uev. Dean Doo- Cf) HALL, ( nelt-'load cheers). , , Mr.

**■'" ~ , r Cashel, traasmittel per the Verj* Uev. Dean Doo- Cf) HALL, ( nelt-'load cheers). , , Mr.

J CCConnell— lh»Ten..*toreal-9nd Unso V'ltion.il Ri*ppiu , , mn4 |,, er , tlle , . b«c.Q« .•■•ne the «co ~ , e .1, was timerli contained it—a letter from Mr. • The n.nal weekly meeting of the association , [The hon. gentleman then Veld or. Mondev. i read the letter, which appear
21 August 1846 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
Total 346 Rooms for 512 students.

Total 346 Rooms for 512 students.

We next inquired whether the oath of allegiance had been taken by the students, as required by the statute, and the president stated that all the students had taken the oath, with the exception of two, who were sick during the last quarter sessions at Maynooth, and seven others
19 August 1846 - Tipperary Vindicator - Nenagh, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
Union.

Union.

of this Union give Nous for a PUMP, to be , in the Men's yard, at of use to know that the sad Pump for the Well Yard attached to the A the pump must conor approved Form, and ky be equal to the Sped- r Law Commissioners' wen at the office ; and bond and security, to working order
19 August 1846 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
852,481 1 494,851 1 357,G30 The total quantity of Indian corn and oatmeal which has been provided for this service

852,481 1 494,851 1 357,G30 The total quantity of Indian corn and oatmeal which has been provided for this service

is 96,810 quarters or 774,484 bushels, or 43,255,574 lbs. which, at I lb. per diem for each person, would support 480,284 persons daily for three months. The pay of the commissariat officers, and of the ordnance, and military officers employed under the Board of Works, and the e
19 August 1846 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland