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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SpORTING INTELLIGENCE l nionSES NOW IN TIIAINING AT THE CURRAGH. TWO YE.ARS OLD. Mr Preston's b c The Irish King, by Conjuror; Mr Preston's b cleabble, by Harkaway; Xr' H W Whaley's b o Tallyho, by Ilarkva',Y Mr R W Whaley's Calearella, by Birdeatcuher: Air It W Whaley's b f Sher
29 August 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT TO FARMERS AND LABOURERS.

IMPORTANT TO FARMERS AND LABOURERS.

I ?? PETTY SESSIONS. Before Edward K. Carey, Esq., chairman, Captain Collis, Captain Lucas, Matthias Hendley, William Forward Austen, Henry Smytb, and Lawrence Corban, Esqrs. The court was densely crowded, there being a number of summonses for hearing under the 43d Geo. IIi., cha
29 August 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIMERICK UNION—REPEAL.

LIMERICK UNION—REPEAL.

I LIMERICK UNION-REPEAL. Caleb Powell, Esq., M.P., presided at the weekly meet ing of'the guardians this day (Wednesday), and James James Kellv, Esq ?? also attended, Answers returned tbit dayto the government queries relating to the potsto crd>lin the Limerick union :-The diseas
29 August 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.

PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.

PROROGATION PARLIAMENT. H(r je*ty, we bHieve, will not prorogue Her par'iamont ihi# .wtssion in per-oii. The proco >i» will be by -mmLsiun, iu tbv 2d ••r 3u of p;eaibi.-r.— xs Mr George Moore, re. i-ter of i-, said nbout to retire —to Suvcee l»d by Mr M ri-an 0*ConO« ll g.»n the
29 August 1846 - Drogheda Conservative Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
»XPKND!TU!»»,

»XPKND!TU!»»,

\-'IK 'T LORDS iv. Aocwt The ord Cbsnce’lo •ooV his ‘cal the at Lord Holland t. the oaths and his seat. JITF.A't X.%V!OATIO« util to-m. »h‘ > directors <a’ v, c.aust .u 1 setrv upon steam 1 h«<i b'-en approved order that inquiry ' K, DUBLIN, AND ENNISKILLEN RAILWAY. there was or
29 August 1846 - Drogheda Conservative Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
Part 7, for lus;hml> coininencPK a Volume,

Part 7, for lus;hml> coininencPK a Volume,

Part 7, for coininencPK Volume, good opportunity w with it. The Part include* Four Engravings and inui.y Papers ; anK*ug which are lUckard «rvl Jlfmoir. ; * from tb«* Mountain ; io Auiioai Eneravin'js from the Picture Exhibitions. The Le*so«, kun. by F. Stone. ■ ... . aod MouutJi
29 August 1846 - Drogheda Conservative Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
WSafflßt officer of tb. Royal Navy, qoito aware of tho rvatnn, hot efficient rtep. hare been taken ■ «fca Ballaat

WSafflßt officer of tb. Royal Navy, qoito aware of tho rvatnn, hot efficient rtep. hare been taken ■ «fca Ballaat

Board to remedy them. It dnipW require, a short act parliament amend the present schedule of rates, or, which would be better, the pllota might re from the I tax their earnings support the pilot boats. The distmc- i tfam of river and sea pilots, the former earning doable the roo
29 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAST PRICE OF SHARES.

LAST PRICE OF SHARES.

Hibernian 8ank........ National Bank.. Eojal Rank............ Tipy JointStook Bank National Inauranoe.. i Patriotic ditto I Mining Co. Ireland Wicklow Cop. Mines. City of Dablin Sm.Co. 1 Do. Do. do. Steam Ship Baildg.Co Ditto Scrip Brit, and Irish Steam Dub. A Glas. Sm. Sh. I Du
29 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RAILWAYS.

RAILWAYS.

Sh. Last price £ £ £ tit. Southern and West 25 Gl. Sh. Cion, to Thrl* 25 3 Md. Gt.Wt. Rojal Canal Compauj...... 15 8 Wn. Pot Roa 2 1 Waterf., Wezd, Dabl. HH
29 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POOR EM PLO YMEN T—IRELAND.

POOR EM PLO YMEN T—IRELAND.

Thia Bill is now the Law of the Land. referring toour journal of the 25th instant, the reader will note peruse it an Act of Parliament. Nevertheless, perceive there are five or six clauses added. These have not room for present ; but we shall inseit the remainder of this moat im
29 August 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland