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REPEAL ASSOCIATION—Monday

REPEAL ASSOCIATION—Monday

REPEAL ASSOCIATION —Monday Th« usu»l wr. of the Association was this «lav. Conciliation Mall was much crowded. The MAYOR KILKENNY in the Chair. Mr. Ray read tho following letter : KilUonny, 2Jth Octohor. 1840. “My Ray—lt was late hour in the after, noon of yesterday that I was ah
31 October 1846 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
KILLARNSY.

KILLARNSY.

KILLAUNEV RELIEF COMMITTEE. Killarnkt, Tuksuay.—The Committee met to-day. John O’Connell, Esq., Grena. the ch dr. Tho following gentlemen were present : Rev. Richard Herbert, Rev. Wil Caullielu, Rev. Thomas I*. P. ; Rev. Thomas o‘>ullivMM, I* I*. ; Rev. 11. Her hert. Arthur Lloy
31 October 1846 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE DUBLIN EVENING POST.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE DUBLIN EVENING POST.

TO THE EDITOR THE DUBLIN EVENING POST. Morrison’* Hotel, Oct. 24, IB4fi. Dear Sir—Mv attention having been called gome remarks the last number of your journal, which you speak in laudatory terms of the exertions of the Relief Commit te. in the County of Kerry, lam anxious, Chairm
31 October 1846 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
SOURCES OF RELIEF.

SOURCES OF RELIEF.

Besides tho Fisheries Bill, the Drainage Bill, and the Labour Rato Bill, sources of employment and relief for destitute labouring class of Ireland, there is another remedy intended for the of extremely poor districts. In Lord John Russell s pan of relief was included a Governmen
31 October 1846 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
GUANO,

GUANO,

Direetfrom South anserien. MT DEAR SIR, I have carefullynalyzedthe`G:L:anure which I took from on boar abe n Stirlingft, an I find that one hundred parts of it is ade up understated elements, viz : I am, dear Sir, yo, very trail, WILIAM WESTROPP, M. D. and Surgeon, Mr. Joseph Ro
31 October 1846 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK MARKETS.

CORK MARKETS.

White Wheat 1131wiTo;13 -- C;itYerbarrel,) or io steno Red Wheat. toe gd to 34$ 04 per barrel,! Barley.. Oats leg ud to 140154 per barrel ! Of 14U~ Pork III od to 41a Od per cwt. PRICK Of SUTTER IN CORR. TO row MIIRCHANT. I TO Till COUNTRY,. First quality. Qls First quality.....
31 October 1846 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
ASYLUM

ASYLUM

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIFE OFFICE, 70, Cornkiil, LONDON, South Mall. CORK ESTABLISHED IN 7 THE LOWEST RATES EVER PWCrtIIED by any Office equal standing, Premium, Payable Yearly, Half yearly, or Quarterly. •• Tni: Astlch Companv," says the historical sketch of the various Life Off
29 October 1846 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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BITTKR. Mo Qsitsilass dsy. TBS DAT. its I Ttrst QssUtr •*» Ws 1 stveood ttuslgy {•* .... S3* 7Ss .....

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29 October 1846 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPOUTAXT WORKS AT coVe. to th**j»r«»rwdinj(%<vf the Harbour Boar.! , .>t « ill »o\n that lh** A.liuiraltv an* iromt -

IMPOUTAXT WORKS AT coVe. to th**j»r«»rwdinj(%<vf the Harbour Boar.! , .>t « ill »o\n that lh** A.liuiraltv an* iromt -

tw build an raNW'he fniot of the (’lab Jb>u«e a* (’»*«*. th»- Harbour I'uonniukinrra 1,, Ji'ttjr io the of (be » K«n--v, « {wrroit larer claaa Stoamer*. *«., com** at all of t«lo. ami W I her. fv*r whiob purpoar (hr Admiralty BarTryor <|.uilil * . a|.A.’»otto Tank to the atroama
29 October 1846 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CO. TIPPERARY

CO. TIPPERARY

Anotiikk Mi kdkk—ln our number of Wednesday, we gave an account of an outrage on the person of man named Williams, whose house at Ballaiina was entered a party of ruffians, who demanded tlie money he received that day for wheat, which they did not obtain, but took away his watch
29 October 1846 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland