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Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

LOYAL NATIONAL 'REPEAL ASSOCIATION. 7I'HE LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL AS- TSOCIATION OF IRELAND will meet on MON- DAY, the 31st August instant, at ONE o'Clock, at the CONCILIATION HALL, CORN-EXCHANGE ROOMS. THE LIBERATOR WILL ATTEND. 1W The principal door in front to the ground floor i
29 August 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THEATRE ROYAL, DUBLIN. t/jRB. CALCRAFT begs respectfully to an- *j:; ndunce that he has, at an enormous expense, effected an Engagement for the production of ITALIAN OPERAS, With the following distinguished Artistes, from her Majesty's Theatre in London: Madame CASTELLAN, Signora
31 August 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EXCLUSION OF CATHOLICS FROM PUBLIC SITUATIONS IN THE QUEEN'S COUNTY.

EXCLUSION OF CATHOLICS FROM PUBLIC SITUATIONS IN THE QUEEN'S COUNTY.

EXCLUSION OF CATHOLICS FROM PUBLIC; I SITUATIONS IN THE QUEEN'S COUNTY. We extract the subjoined from a letter addressed to the editor of the Tipperary Vindieator, and published in that journal. The communication is dated Maryborough, August 28, and signed John Delany, ?? " The f
31 August 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RELATIONS WITH BRAZIL.

RELATIONS WITH BRAZIL.

Mr. HUME asked what were the nature our relations with Braxil, ss, owing to the uncertainty which prevailed, British property iu that country was in state of great insecurity. Lord PALMERSTON admitted that, at present, our relations with Brazil were in most unsatisfactory state.
29 August 1846 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMT.

THE ARMT.

The grenadier oompanv the 44ib, from Armagh, arrived here on Wednesday. The company of tha 44th stationed at Drogheda are ordered Monaghan company the depot the 79 Highlanders. Tha depot of tho Royal arrived in tha Howry barracks, Saturday and Monday Mat, from Maas. They replace
29 August 1846 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN DAILY STOCK AND SHARE LIST.

DUBLIN DAILY STOCK AND SHARE LIST.

SATURDAY, AUGUST GOVERNMENT FUNDS. | StOCk £z. I El. per Cent. Consols .. .. 951 . | P er Cent. Stock .. .. I Bank Stock | 209 .. | GRAND CANAL HUM OF 6s 2d per Cent, red to sterl per an .. per Cent. City Debentures .. | .. MISCELLANEOUS. Hibernian Bank I 31 •• I RAILWAYS. I Arm
31 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The Potato Disease—A c s Lausanne says:_" We have said, some concerning the Potato disease,that tuber s the earth with

The Potato Disease—A c s Lausanne says:_" We have said, some concerning the Potato disease,that tuber s the earth with

mattocks, the disease of too s , peared. Recent reports declare that r } a3 it s o have had recourse to that means, as simp c find themselves served by it; their P otatoe * tta , C r:eO sound, and the fields which are not >' c jog are preserved from the disease. There j ofe at"
31 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIPPERARY VINDICATOR. Killeen, August 25th, 1846. Dear Sir—l have just seen a letter from my

TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIPPERARY VINDICATOR. Killeen, August 25th, 1846. Dear Sir—l have just seen a letter from my

Curate the last number of the Nation newspaper, stating that my name was forged to a letter enclosing my annual subscription the Repeal funds, and published some time since in the Tipperary Vindicator. beg leave to acknowledge the authenticity of that letter, and to assure you o
31 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY-MILITARY PROMOTIONS & EXCHANGES.

THE ARMY-MILITARY PROMOTIONS & EXCHANGES.

War Office, Aug. 25. tst Regiment of Foot, John Cadwalader Pugh, Gent , to be Ensign, purchase, vice Shadwell, appointed to Foot. 21st Do—Lieutenant William Domvile to b» Captain, purchase, vice Adamsnn. who retires Second Lieutenant Henry Parr Thicknesse Woodington to be First
31 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PROTEST AGAINST THE THIRD READING OF THE IRISH CONSTABULARY BILL.

PROTEST AGAINST THE THIRD READING OF THE IRISH CONSTABULARY BILL.

DISSEHTIENT, 1. Because a transfer to the state of that portion of constabulary charge now borne the real property of Ireland, is relief rather to the owners of land than to those classes who, under existing circumstances, are the most entitled to tbe sympathy and the assistance
31 August 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland