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BER, 1040. ... moor , Of IVA t-,.... ----- 3 .., .Bteans. - Packets 4 45: i1 l Intended to

BER, 1040. ... moor , Of IVA t-,.... ----- 3 .., .Bteans. - Packets 4 45: i1 l Intended to

Sail for the undermentioned Ports from the CORK STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S OFFICE, PENROSE'S-QUAY, CORK, with or without Pilots, and with liberty to Tow Vessels. FOR BRISTOL, EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, The SABRINA. Captain PARKER. The ROSE, Captain GILMORE, Tuesday, Ist, at 11 Morn. Fr
29 August 1846 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
RESTORATION OF REPEAL MAGISTRATES.

RESTORATION OF REPEAL MAGISTRATES.

RESTORATION REPEAL MAGISTRATES. The Hon. Ffrcnch has been reinstated in the M*- jjistracy. The f.dlowinß his letter in reply the communication the Lord Chancellor : (copy.) •• Castleffrench, 2Jd August, 1846. •• Draw Pin—l have very Rrcat pleasure acknowle.iging the receipt of yo
29 August 1846 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE N A T I OK.

THE N A T I OK.

THE N A I OK. The rest of the evening was spent in discussing the small debts bill in committee. The report was ordered to l>e received on Saturday. The house then adjourned. HOUSE COMMONS —Saturday, August '22. The house met at twelve o’clock. Several petitions having bien prese
29 August 1846 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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A*gast29

29 August 1846 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RECLAMATION OF BOGS

RECLAMATION OF BOGS

RECLAMATION BOGS The following letter has been addressed Lord Cloncurry to the editor of the Evening Post, in reference to the reclamation of the extensive bogs in which this country abounds : 25th August, 184(>. “My dear Sir—l have read with attention your able and most satisfac
29 August 1846 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION.

LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL ASSOCIATION.

MTDRN OF RENT FOR THE WEEK ENDING MONDAY, 2*TH AUGUST, 1846. Burnlev, England, per Mr. Browne «A,O Brighton, England, per Mr. D. O Keeffe X J 0 Little Bray Abstinence Society, j M*Cabe Airdree, Scotland, per Mr. J. *“o9o The Sugar Loaf Commons, per Mr. J. Brulm ™ 0 2 Nottingham,
29 August 1846 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TWENTY SEVENTH NUMBER Just Publi•hnl. THE ANNALS OF IRELAND TRANSLATED EROM TIIE ORIGINAL IRISH OF THE FOUR MASTERS By Owen

TWENTY SEVENTH NUMBER Just Publi•hnl. THE ANNALS OF IRELAND TRANSLATED EROM TIIE ORIGINAL IRISH OF THE FOUR MASTERS By Owen

Connellan, Irish llittorlographer to their late MaJnties George IV. and William IV., and Author of a Grammar of the Iri.b Lan- D.iy is published, price Is., the Twenty-seventh Number of this invaluable Work. It is printed in the best manner, on the Finest Papar, containing Twent
29 August 1846 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Hon. Lady Harriet Anne Jane FrancesConnteas D'Orsay, Plaintiff. John Mitchell and others, Defendants.

The Hon. Lady Harriet Anne Jane FrancesConnteas D'Orsay, Plaintiff. John Mitchell and others, Defendants.

29 August 1846 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
"us sai>oc.'

"us sai>oc.'

Donnybrook is not *hat it was when Lady Morgan chronicled its eccentricities, and the pugnacious men of other days cracked each other's skulls within its pleasant precincts. The blight of time and circumstances has fallen on the fair-green, and neither in those who remain to get
29 August 1846 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROVINCIAL MARKETS.

PROVINCIAL MARKETS.

CORK, Atones 25.—White wheat, new, Y 4; to 295; red ditto, sld, 24. to 29. per 20 stone ; barley. 12s ; new here, 12s 2d per 16 do.; new oats. 12. Id to 13s ; old ditto, 13. to 14. 10d per 14 do. ; Boar, firsts, 16s to 17s ; extra foreign, ; seconds. 14. 64 to Its . household, 1
29 August 1846 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland