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BAN DON BF.BSION9.

BAN DON BF.BSION9.

_ iMPOSTAirr Dccition. t-o'nduu Connolly. ; Cknrtm Sprig*. Drfmdant civil, aiti. tbovbb a cow. .Jhf *•»* »»as this, the defendant is driver to Mr. Gillman , • u the defendant truant, owing the Ist * k'l ; on the Ihth the defendant traced, serving the necessary notice dtetrevs, b
29 October 1846 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ns TUI- CONCEDED AISE CONSTITflIDNAb Oil ACQUIRED DEBILITIES OF * ive SYSTEM. / Tilt SILE\T FHIE\D. THE nineteenth edition. p

ns TUI- CONCEDED AISE CONSTITflIDNAb Oil ACQUIRED DEBILITIES OF * ive SYSTEM. / Tilt SILE\T FHIE\D. THE nineteenth edition. p

C/f,. vr. ordrr U secrrty, and pnncluaUtv* dehrrry, w sent free to any pert of the Kingdom, in * Sealed Kncelu pr, direct from the receipt qf%*- in Pontage Stamp*. Work on the INFIRMITIF.S THE rl-'NKK Vl 1 VK SYS IT.M, in both sexes; being nn •n iu ,«inm tilt cant; tint dc<tm)«
29 October 1846 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
AS many thousands of the earlj numbers of the DUBLIN EVENING HERALD will be emulated among the most respectable classes

AS many thousands of the earlj numbers of the DUBLIN EVENING HERALD will be emulated among the most respectable classes

over the whoßlof Deland, and to considerable extent in England'ilsofits columns will present to the Mercantile Public mostladvantageous vehicle for Advertising. w 39, Fleet-street, Dublin, October 29, 184 G.
29 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE COURT,

THE COURT,

Windsor, Monday. Tha royal family took thalr usual exsrslee yesterday uturuing on tba Eastarn Terrace tha Castla. His Royal Princa Albert, sttandad Colonel Seymour and Mr. G. E. Anaott, rota out boraebeak thie mornlnf. Windaor, Tueaday. Prince Albert, attended by the Earl of Mor
29 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY

THE ARMY

CASUALTIES lIV DEATH IN THE ARMIES OF INDIA, REPORTED SINCE THE DEPARTURE THE MAIL, AUG. 27- Her Majesty's Troops. —Ensign C. T. t'ormiek. 50th regiment, at Loodianah. August ; Lieut. S. A. Karshaw, 80th regiment, at Lahore, August 22. Bo.moay Assistant Surgeon E. J. Wallace, re
29 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN CATTLE MARKET-Tata Dar.

DUBLIN CATTLE MARKET-Tata Dar.

Thvre w*« food tupplj in resrkot. and fair demand for borne •onsuinpti>>n and axpori, aittiout any alteration to notiea in prica aioaa Uat Tliuraday. A vpkaob Paicxa—Beef. 4k. 04. to Mr. o<f. parent ;* mutton, to par lb.; veal, C%d. Id. per lb—alnkinf offal. EXTRAORDINARY' PRESE
29 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
YOUNG IRELAND AND OLD IRELAND.

YOUNG IRELAND AND OLD IRELAND.

A case which excited considerable interest amongst the Repealers of Drogheda, was heard before the barrister at quart* : sessions on Saturday. The court was crowded from an early with Old Ireland Re. peal wardens. ex-R , peal wardens, collectors, and Young Ireliinfiers, and such
29 October 1846 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
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29 October 1846 - Waterford News Letter - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
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29 October 1846 - Waterford News Letter - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
COLOI’RF.D DAGI F,RRF.OTPYF. LIKENESSES, REDUCED TO FIVE SHILLINGS EACH (Charged other Professor* One Guinea,) At the Original Daguerreotype Rooms, 95.

COLOI’RF.D DAGI F,RRF.OTPYF. LIKENESSES, REDUCED TO FIVE SHILLINGS EACH (Charged other Professor* One Guinea,) At the Original Daguerreotype Rooms, 95.

GRAFTON-STKEET. (Opposite Jude’s Hotel.) MR. NELSON having deliberately considered the of production, has determined to continue thej^l vantage to the Public of giving Coloured at the following reduced prices :—On Plates, 2 inches, neatly fitted, 5*.; Two Portraits iiufroOo, l»s
29 October 1846 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland