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COUNTY OF ROSCOMMON

COUNTY OF ROSCOMMON

Roscommon, Oct. 17* —It now nearly one month since the Extraordinary Sessions, beM throughout the county of Roscommon, for the purpose of granting presentments for the employment of the destitute p »or, hive terminated, and it must admitted that, in all the different baronies of
20 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(OUNTY OF KILKENNY

(OUNTY OF KILKENNY

OF KILKENNY Gowtian.—Oa Wednesday last the Session* for thi* barony was Goar Court-house. Sir John Powell, Hart., was calle t*» the chair. Mr. Guoomk (auliior to Lord Cliflcn), proposed that b»* presented l**r drainage undi-r the power given the Lord Lieut nant for that which was
20 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FRENCH PRINCES IN SPAIN,

THE FRENCH PRINCES IN SPAIN,

letter from Vilturia of tbc gives tbe following account of the arrival of tbe Dukes d'Aumale sod Montpenaicr iu that town. Tuey left Toloaa at iu the rooming. Their carriages were most of them drawn six mules, but on coming to some of tbe steepest mountains pairs of bullocks wer
12 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EQUITY John Walshe, Plaintiff; Francis Sullivan. John Jeremiah Sullivan, Mellan Sullivan. James William Sullivan. William John Shcehy, Sir John Kennedy.

EQUITY John Walshe, Plaintiff; Francis Sullivan. John Jeremiah Sullivan, Mellan Sullivan. James William Sullivan. William John Shcehy, Sir John Kennedy.

Bart, and Catherine Harding. Defendants.
2 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
B id the Hon. and Hev C. Leslie Courtenay.

B id the Hon. and Hev C. Leslie Courtenay.

id the Hon. and Hev C. Leslie Courtenay. COURT, itcj the Lieutenant colcrtaincd the following party WcJnefelay rvi-nuiK. at the iccregal JgcLa-iiC'i .1 Kathleen Ponsonby ; Mr. Lady Georgina C liief Jusiice, Mrs. and Jr. Mu. Sydney IKr.<rt. tlic ,fi> . Sir John. I.ady. and Mi»s Bu
2 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JJOYAL IRISH

JJOYAL IRISH

UNION, 1840. arc requested no delay in forwarding thrir SqTv tcrinti 'na for tl.o |>rrs* m year, and 'riking out their W.uclu ra ( V«Uijw ) The Kngravlng. ••The Fgeria of Carreglo.” by llumjihrys, lAfwhcr witti beautiful act Outline* from the popular ballad Sagoorne*n l)e»!iah,’
14 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AKRIVAL OF THE FRENCH PRINCES AT MAUIUD

AKRIVAL OF THE FRENCH PRINCES AT MAUIUD

AKRIVAL THE FRENCH PRINCES MAUIUD (l THE TIMES.) . . , A trlfgrsphic diap.tcb, d.ttd Midnd. October, wb.cl, reached Paris on Friday, states ; The French Princes entered Madrid yesterday horsehack, at three in the afternoon, the weather being moat beautiful. Their Royal Highnessse
14 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

Tne Locth Hocnds will meet on Friday, October 16'h, Readypenny ; Tu sday iOth. Julianstown Bridge; Thursday at Farm ; Tues-ay 27th, at Dummy; Friday 30 h. at Tallanslown.-Hall ten o'clock. tictoher I, at Malta, the wife Major Jtffrcys, of the K< giment. of a son. October 11. at
14 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PERILS OF THE CRISIS.

THE PERILS OF THE CRISIS.

THE PERILS THE CRISIS. MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1846. regret that it is not in our power to report any serious abatement of the urgency of the great peril of the crisis—the prostration of common sense and prudence before mob intimidation. '1 he gentry and ratepayers still continue to
26 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
I'be rr*rmh

I'be rr*rmh

26 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland