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IMMENSE IMPORTATIONS OF PROVISIONS INTO LIVERPOOL.

IMMENSE IMPORTATIONS OF PROVISIONS INTO LIVERPOOL.

Liverpool. Tuesday, —The cnormouß ship Henry Clay, Captain Nye, baa arrived from New York with the largest cargo of provisions ever imported into this country We are not far wrong when say that this one' ship has to-day brought nearly (tco thoumnd tons of provi sions. She left N
31 October 1846 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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31 October 1846 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
WHAT CAN WK IH> FOR ITIF. POOR ?

WHAT CAN WK IH> FOR ITIF. POOR ?

WHAT CAN IH> FOR ITIF. POOR ? THIS KDITOR TilK TKALKO'IIROMICLK. Sin—At awful cridin, wheu crowd* ot starving fellow creatures are thronging our streets, and besieging our doors ami persons with the tale of their deplorable distress, there are many in the upper and middle ranks o
31 October 1846 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
IHb LIMKKICK REPORTER, ERIOAY, OCTORER

IHb LIMKKICK REPORTER, ERIOAY, OCTORER

Aml he will tec the ma.lc, throush utter distress, of the funenonanes wlvo hare to pat the machinery of the relief into action(hear, hear.) lam sure that he will agam and again call the attention of the subordinate* in the employment of the gorernment the pressing claima the peo
30 October 1846 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
VOL.XVT—\o. 1,650. O’CONNELL AND THE WHIGS. To THE EDITOR OF TOE LOUTH ADVERTISER. Dundalk, October 21st, 1846, Sir—ln your leading

VOL.XVT—\o. 1,650. O’CONNELL AND THE WHIGS. To THE EDITOR OF TOE LOUTH ADVERTISER. Dundalk, October 21st, 1846, Sir—ln your leading

article of this day’s Adoertiter, you have given the beat, the most judicious, advice which has yet appeared in the public journals relative the reaoncilialion of those parties called • Young* and * Old’ Ireland ; in which you have displayed great wisdom and prudence. You state
31 October 1846 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
TENDERS F R LINEN

TENDERS F R LINEN

TENDERS R LINEN The Board was occupied tor some time examining samples of linen, fl tnnel. and calico, which had been seut in, according to notification placard. Number in house, 373 ; admitted during the week, 17 ! born tlio hoate, 2; discharged, 4 , died, 1 in infirmary, ; in f
31 October 1846 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
INDIAN MEAL, FRESH GROUND, in constant su Sale by

INDIAN MEAL, FRESH GROUND, in constant su Sale by

WILLIAM MATN 33, Mereh*nU*-qti«y, Newry, 19th Oct., 1846.
31 October 1846 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
STE.VM COMMUNICATION BETWCE!* Dundalk and Liverpool. Tn e acket com PANT’S celebrateJ new Iron Steam Ship, E> 1J t. ff£

STE.VM COMMUNICATION BETWCE!* Dundalk and Liverpool. Tn e acket com PANT’S celebrateJ new Iron Steam Ship, E> 1J t. ff£

, f6OO Tons Burthen, and 300 Horse power,) JOHN” HUTCHESON, Master, Isintemled to sail under From Dundalk, to Liverpool (SAILS FROM DUNDALK QUAY.) Saturday 31*1 Oct at Evening Tuesday Nor 9 Night Saturday 7 Nor at 13 Noon Tuetday lOlh Nor at 2 Aftern Saturday Nor 6 E*en Tuesday
31 October 1846 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Cljr iHarkete.

Cljr iHarkete.

LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE MosdaT, Oct. 26 The supply of EoslUh wheal from E««e*. Kent, Suffolk this morning motlf>ra»«», J cleared lol«rahly e irlv the price of this day Free foreign was limited demand, aud the value unaltered. Flour a slow sale. harley must noted 2s 3s per quarter d
31 October 1846 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE FARMER'S GAZETTE.

THE FARMER'S GAZETTE.

at 425. per qr., delivered in London. The seed must be well harvested, and free from dirt and other steds.” Wm. Taylor, F.L.S. To Messrs. Toole and Mackey, INDIAN CORN AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR THE POTATO—PIGS, CHEAP FEEDING. Dundalk, October 27, 1846. Sib—As everything that can be su
31 October 1846 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland