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BAY.

BAY.

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, on 31st instant, on the lands of BALLY (witliin one roilo of Newtownbarry), Twenty of Prime Uplxuid HAY, and Rick of Excellent <j)d do. Sale to commence 1 o’clock. JOHN WALSH, Auctioneer. Wexford, 27th August, 1846.
29 August 1846 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
would crowed with laden with the corn und other conntriee. After leaving the house the evening, the members of parliament

would crowed with laden with the corn und other conntriee. After leaving the house the evening, the members of parliament

would hurry down to the country that the people were supplied with food and clothing. Ob, give Repeal and oar parliament in College-green, and then will see Catholic and Protestant and Presbyterian combining for the good of their common country—then, instead feuds and fanaticism
29 August 1846 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
SATURDAY AFTER THE MEETING

SATURDAY AFTER THE MEETING

Lord Miltown’s ch c Veralam, out of Cruiskeen Bst 71b, agst Mr Moore’s hr f Cascade, by Ratcatcher out of Stream, Alb.—2oo sov, fa 111, Anglesey Poet. PRICE OF BREAD IN LONDON The price of wheaten bread in the metropolis are from 7d to Od ; of household ditto from s)a to per 4lh
29 August 1846 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
LUNATIC ASYLUMS,

LUNATIC ASYLUMS,

REI’OUT or THE PARLISUEMTAUY UOUUITTEB THE REPEAL ASSOCIATION LUNATIC ASYLUMS. Itnvc observed, without surprise or regret, an attack made by a certain Dublin medical paperun the estimable and talented Mayor of Clonmel, C. Bian> coni, •Estp, because be, as Chairmen of a Repeal Co
29 August 1846 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
CORN MEAL PUDDING;

CORN MEAL PUDDING;

Scald four quant oi milk, stir it into one quart of lifted meal, one cup of molatset, tableeiKMolul of tall, little any kind you like ; bake it three or four hours in pretty hot oven.
29 August 1846 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
KEV. Mil. KENYON AND HIS PARISH

KEV. Mil. KENYON AND HIS PARISH

PRIEST. The following document the postscript of the Her. Mr. Kenyon’s letter to the editor of the Nation, and hit parish priest’s (Rev. Mr. Keary), reply thereto:— P.S.—My attention has been just directed a letter in the Tipperary Vindicator, signed Henry Keary, P, P., Killenes
29 August 1846 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
tSoUt.

tSoUt.

29 August 1846 - Ulster General Advertiser, Herald of Business and General Information - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
mvTiews op tbb work dy tub public PKest.

mvTiews op tbb work dy tub public PKest.

mvTiews tbb work dy tub public PKest. • Thl« work in one of the most well •« one of the be«t published, on the •uhj**t upon which treats. The authors seem to have hid for their object the real welfare of those suffering from certain dess of complaints* end that object they have g
29 August 1846 - Ulster General Advertiser, Herald of Business and General Information - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ULSTER GENERAL ADVERTISER. SATURDAY. AUGUST 20.1846.

ULSTER GENERAL ADVERTISER. SATURDAY. AUGUST 20.1846.

POETRY. CLUBS. It SEP l*P BY FBMALS lIABO. Or all the modern Mheinro of man, Thol lime has brought to hear, A plague upon the wished plan That parts the wedded pair I My female friends they all agree They hardly know their hubs.; And heart and voice unite with me, We hate the na
29 August 1846 - Ulster General Advertiser, Herald of Business and General Information - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
*rd of Works uf Scotlsnrt 6) «nn* . I for cousirucln.ic ru» and bridj»» I"'* red dulncls of that owunlr;,

*rd of Works uf Scotlsnrt 6) «nn* . I for cousirucln.ic ru» and bridj»» I"'* red dulncls of that owunlr;,

ha»a non. , n'f mile* of roads, and mor* thar lOiK) >'"' .« »ith .uperinlendinj tk* . |he ..,d. thus fo'Dicd, and of ante* of *' l.,.t road. mod. in Ih. .am« di.tnctt, darin* demure ; for which rep.ir. oOOIH. U paid lh f , pobiic ref*no« »• jour oom.uitt** ha.a ai* Jrtij ohser r
29 August 1846 - Galway Vindicator, and Connaught Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland