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COUNTY CLARE—BUBHEN BARONY RELIEF

COUNTY CLARE—BUBHEN BARONY RELIEF

COMMITTEE. The ex-officio members of the Burren Relief Committee, •eeembled at Ballyvaoghan, the 28th instant, George Macnamara, Ksq., J.P„ in the chair, to settle the accounts of the past year, and to elect members to serve for the coming season. Prop™* by Pierce Creagh, Esq.,
31 October 1846 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Snap -Booh.

Snap -Booh.

Mai.tksb Marriagks. —The Maltese women lc««l very retired life: they arc never allowed to walk out without their parents, nor speak any man until they are married, their ai-ipiaintnnce with their husbands Wing made entirely afterwarda. When wishes marry goes tc* the father of th
30 October 1846 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
AM ERICA

AM ERICA

ARRIVAL THE GREAT VVE<TF.UN Toe strum ship, Greal Western, Captain Mathews, anived in the Mersey in the course of Sunday morning from Now York, whence she sailed the afternoon of the Bth instant. The whole passage, notwithstanding that she encountered throughout series severe ga
31 October 1846 - Northern Standard - Monaghan, Monaghan, Republic of Ireland
 
Messrs, PKRRY expect when conmUed T-otter

Messrs, PKRRY expect when conmUed T-otter

the One Pound, icifhout hir/i notice tc/iatcvcr con he taken of the communication. PulienJs requested to be minute possible the ,!etail their cases, to the duration ol the complaint, flie symptoms, habits of living, and eeoet uccnpatioii. Medicines can forwarded to any pari oft
31 October 1846 - Northern Standard - Monaghan, Monaghan, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DEFENCE OP MOETCEET.

THE DEFENCE OP MOETCEET.

An eiprew orrirod at Cainargoon tli«sth September from Wortb, dating that bad obtained inrormatioD that Gen bad arrirad at Monterey with about two thouaand troop*, which would increase the force that place upwards of four thousand men. Gen Airpudia bad axprsaaed an earnest desir
31 October 1846 - Tuam Herald - Tuam, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
7 CIIA C EIIY. / SAMVEL KNOX, Executor of\ T) U R S U A T ELIZABETH TRACEY, to the

7 CIIA C EIIY. / SAMVEL KNOX, Executor of\ T) U R S U A T ELIZABETH TRACEY, to the

Decree Plaintiff; made in this Cause, RICHARD EVANS, and SA- Date the RAIL his Wife, | 23d day of January, Defendants. I 1845, I will, on TUESDAY, the 13th day of January next, at the hour of ONE ©’Clock in the Afternoon, at my Chambers, Inn’s Quav, in the City of Dublin, SET UP
31 October 1846 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
STORM—LOSS OF LIFE A'ND PROPERTY.

STORM—LOSS OF LIFE A'ND PROPERTY.

The Khzahelh Mr. Arthur Colter. maMer, from Liverpool Tr*lre, w«»h Inflinn and flour, »ail «,| the lo*t . and of the 2id parted her in Stud*ell Road*, and was driven shore. where she now lies, and, it is feared, will become total wreck. All hands saved. Li.ovn*s, afternoon has b
31 October 1846 - Downpatrick Recorder - Downpatrick, Down, Northern Ireland
 
GIIE A T A(3COMMO D A T I 0 X.

GIIE A T A(3COMMO D A T I 0 X.

GIIE A T A(3COMMO A T I 0 X. THE following simple directions will persons residing out of town. measure height of (lie person, and if any peculiarity of figun Ready Mad«, trimmed, from 20 to (»0s Ts I is 3s FIT, and will found very convenient taken with Tape, and r*»<loe**d litch
31 October 1846 - Downpatrick Recorder - Downpatrick, Down, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN MARKETS—Oct. 27.

DUBLIN MARKETS—Oct. 27.

The pom* market*—fr*^3D|«Soban of potalAM eonalitatctl thia c ornioft'a (apply, which told fromßi to 91 per c*t.; the retoil price »ow ie to per ■tone, beildee the qaelity it eoft and eatrreme'y hadiwer. cpt ; potalooa are now matter of loaary ihM other* ways, beinp now only in
29 October 1846 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
A St.AVB AUCTION. I.ouisyn.L*, Kkntitckv, April 29, 1816 Up to this time I had not been .be to oomprehencl that

A St.AVB AUCTION. I.ouisyn.L*, Kkntitckv, April 29, 1816 Up to this time I had not been .be to oomprehencl that

the fine-looking, intelligent men and women of colour, that I taw about me. were chatties, the subjects of trade and barter like howe or cow; but public tale of ,I, „ enabled to comprehend the painful re«lity_ A. «. had died, leaving certain debts to paid his administrators; and
29 October 1846 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland