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HOGG’3 WEEKLY INSTRUCTOR—Pabt xix.

HOGG’3 WEEKLY INSTRUCTOR—Pabt xix.

HOGG’3 WEEKLY INSTRUCTOR— Pabt xix. Dublin: William Curry, jun. Co. Edinburgh : Jas. Hogg. Having already expressed our favourable opinion of this instructive periodical merely necessary to remark that the present number fully justifies onr previous commendations Its pages are fi
30 October 1846 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY OF LIMERICK,

COUNTY OF LIMERICK,

Limsnck, Oct. 28.—For several days past the people have turned back the corn coining into the city from the northern parts of the county Clare. It would appear that the system of carrying the public works is much changed for the beiter. We are happy to say that the labourers emp
31 October 1846 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DOWNSHIRE ESTATES.

THE DOWNSHIRE ESTATES.

It is with much satisfaction publish the subjoined letter, notifying the intention of the Marquis of Down•hire to m ike such a reduction in the rents upon his property, w ill largely meet the losses accruing from the failure in the potato crop. We are glad to find his Lordship f
31 October 1846 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ABKI V B D

ABKI V B D

ABKI D BELFAST SHIP NEWS. Oct. 27—Earl of Lonsdale (at.) Whitehaven; Fire Fly (st.) Fleetwood; Thetis (»t.) Glasgow; Princess Alice(*) Fleetwood; Catherine, Philips, Berwick; Mary, Nmn,Gto»- gow. Oct. 28—Sea King (st.) Liverpool; Glow Worm (A) Ardrossan; (st.) Dublin Danube, Brie
31 October 1846 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEK

EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEK

A week b«s not made much difference in the *tal of Ireland. Employment more general; bt there is spirit of extortion abroad, and men were barely making sixpence day are now imlign*' nl the offer of (enpence. It seems to be though that government bus intervened at all, the pie ou
31 October 1846 - Northern Standard - Monaghan, Monaghan, Republic of Ireland
 
COLERAINE PRICES

COLERAINE PRICES

Friday, Octohei Oatmeal, per cwt. 1121b. fts Indian Meal per score.... Flour, (atGlenstall Mill) .. Ist, 112 lbs .. Bran Outs, per stone .. New, Barley, do Flax, per 1201bs .. New do Beef, ft, Pork Hams, dried Mutton, Fresh butter, per 16 oz Firkin do Eggs, 100 Potatoes, stone H
31 October 1846 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
TROWSERS.

TROWSERS.

Tweed Trowsers Clack Bloth do. Fancy Doeskin do from ... “ 0 10 ... 0 A large and Elegant Assortment of Superior Dressing Gowns, of Novel Patterns, and Unique Designs, fy French Blouses of all descriptions. A New work, entitled THE PRIDE of DUBLIN" with full instructions for corr
31 October 1846 - Westmeath Independent - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
ORDERS TO GENERAL TAYLOR.

ORDERS TO GENERAL TAYLOR.

Washington, Oct., 6, 1846.—We are apprised, from a reliable authority, that a special messenger or message, has been despatched from the War Department this morning, direct to General Taylor, at Monterey, instructing him, if he has not anticipated theordei, to take possession of
31 October 1846 - Westmeath Independent - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
TiCfRAORDINARY PRESENTMENT SESSIONS-BARONY OF RAPHOF.. LI MR 11, THU I'D* T, OCTOBER 1.5. The 'eesione resumed their labours this deg.

TiCfRAORDINARY PRESENTMENT SESSIONS-BARONY OF RAPHOF.. LI MR 11, THU I'D* T, OCTOBER 1.5. The 'eesione resumed their labours this deg.

They were pr•ieeeding to the matter of pr.' -ntnients for drainage, when Sir Hobert A. Fergoeon, 138 rt., bogged leave to drew their attention to e ; f ew which b as lord lieut-nant of the enurry of Derry, had received from Mr. Redington, Irish Under Secretary, in reply to one w
30 October 1846 - Ballyshannon Herald - Ballyshannon, Donegal, Republic of Ireland
 
-MONTH cll OWE.

-MONTH cll OWE.

- MONTH OWE. “For Mr M• Dowell allorrin4 trlteilly,a turnkey, to go off, it having been reported to him that he had pawned pair of I lanltsts.” Wm Jones, re-examined Mr Butler_Win. 11•Quai le, gave O'Reiliy, ae he informed in,. a pair of IA .iikets, hit MVaside did not to ally o
31 October 1846 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland