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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

Ior. SPOIY' TJ-( 1ATE L L I';Ii'VCE TATTERiSALL'S~-3MlN.'DY. The ndva- cc of the Terrier wass tile 0ily eeovmieilt of any e~ segtqnene in ?? Ceosarewitch b ttincg; from ?? to I Iec .";n r i I aving oil' s coed faiourita', aid wiNY sc;. ral - icci pqg friends." Toel Tullocek wnas
8 October 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RAILWAYS IN IRELAND AND THE EMPLOYMENT OF ITS PEOPLE.

RAILWAYS IN IRELAND AND THE EMPLOYMENT OF ITS PEOPLE.

RAILWAYS IN IRELAND AND TIE EMPLOY- I ~M NT OF ITS PEPL. r. (From tile Morning Chronicle.) e The condition of Ireland is ono of those national enigmas id which no political ?? has yet succeeded in the solving. 1. Like Poland, almost sunless and starless in her woes, she at seems,
8 October 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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6 October 1846 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BATS W Z C CANDBES

BATS W Z C CANDBES

BATS W Z CANDBES TJALMER & CO.'S BATSWING MOU D J CANDLES, Six to thf. Found, burn with a brilliant white flame, <lu not require snulfin*, ami one as much light as two ordinary moulds. They consume slowly, may bo used in candlesticks, or in the candle lamps, and art hard enough t
6 October 1846 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORNS AND BUNIONS.

CORNS AND BUNIONS.

I* I I.'?* «•: Vi:lt \ Tl N N l> PATRONISED THE ROYAL FAMILY ASI» NOUILITV, • J IS A Sr K A DSP off I for those sev» rv wit||. CfrjVffQ out causing the least fain or Vconvenience. Unlike all other remedies for Conn-, such to render the cutting e«l Corns unnecessary (Indeed, may
6 October 1846 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LITEK A K \ NOTI C 1.

LITEK A K \ NOTI C 1.

LITEK K NOTI 1. Drali.t.j, will, the Finn Domtwy a«d Sim, Whol. mlt, R'lail, for Erpurtath*. l!v IrieKltNs. illustrations U. K. Loudon Bkaooukv Evans, Whitofriars. Tins work, of trliinh the first nomlior has made its appearanvn, opens splendidly—better, we think, than any other o
6 October 1846 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEWFOUNDLAND.

NEWFOUNDLAND.

DRSTRrcTivE Storm.—This ill-fated island been visited, before it had time to recover from the late conflagration, by storm, apparently the same in which the (ireat Western was caoght, which appears to have been felt all along the American coast. The capital of the colony h:is ag
20 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
« THE EVASGELJCAL ALLIANCE.”

« THE EVASGELJCAL ALLIANCE.”

inserted the other day an account of an Anti-Slavery Meeting in Dublin, at which a very celebrated (person (at least will deemed by the readers Mis* Martinkac’s valuable volumes on the United Stales), Mr. Gabkisson assisted. This gentleman has earned a great name for himself Ame
20 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIVERPOOL MARKETS.

LIVERPOOL MARKETS.

LIVERPOOL PRICE CURRENT OF LIVESTOCK PROVISIONS,*c., YBRTKiiDiv (M.isdav).—Tbrr 2116 BcutM «nd 7«13 Stw*]) at Cattle market icm!,;, Deaste, anJ3<K)9 from Irelaod, and IkaeUaoj 4204 Sheep fr-rni Scotland, which may roaiiilerrd a read, eeaaonablc >u;.pl)'; Hut for which there a go
13 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
up to the very fence*, with ruinate nttontioo c»re and try, to let square inch without bearing »oiiu*tliin|f for .fo.

up to the very fence*, with ruinate nttontioo c»re and try, to let square inch without bearing »oiiu*tliin|f for .fo.

support of your children and your familu-i—to pay manure, make it in your own farm-yard, aa.( have your own field* erery thing that i* necessary of your farina (bear). This i« the aecret which, 1 SI been ascertaiued in other countries, and which our farmed deficient in. For this
13 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland