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T* lerckaiU, CifUlas, ft

T* lerckaiU, CifUlas, ft

U general. DR. FORNERI. Teacher of Areral Languages in the Royal Belfast AWemiwl liwtilutiM, continues, usual, TBANSLAITE BILLS of LADING. CHABTEB-PAMIES, and any other private or puhlic documents, fro* AijUan. SPANISH. FUENCH, or GERMAN,iato ENGLISH! Sl> AddrMsNo! 6. LOWEB-CHI
3 November 1846 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
(3* A number of Import* and Export* are nnaroidably potlpanedto our next.

(3* A number of Import* and Export* are nnaroidably potlpanedto our next.

3 November 1846 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CITIZENS’ CLUB.

CITIZENS’ CLUB.

It is matter of surprise that, in a town of much inqiortance as Clonmel, there not Club or Society, composed Citizens of character and ability, which, being entitled the fulle<t confidence, might looked on the enil>odiinent or concentration public opinion, and thus rendered serv
4 November 1846 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
GUN WOOD.

GUN WOOD.

Mr. Edmond Davy, Profe«*or of Chemistry R. D. Society, in letter addressed the Editor of Sounder*’i New* letter, says—“ I lieg announcc the interesting fact that my son, Mr. Edmund William Davy and myself, have succeeded in making in the Royal Dublin Society's Laboratory, a subs
4 November 1846 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
INDIAN CORN.

INDIAN CORN.

The best mode applying Indian corn and meal the feeding of horses, cattle, piga, and fowls : F*ia I*ic», the under ears, nnhhlncs, nnshellrr), Heine ih** *st perisSshle. are ; Ihey will them, use Cobbrtl** words. •' fat e%sr h«'e« In this world. the corn. better give la the ear,
4 November 1846 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
LAHOrR RATE ACT.

LAHOrR RATE ACT.

Two additional ions under this Act apnear-d In the Thnrsday night. Th--total number of on-now Issued tw-i hundred aud eighty seven, and the amount of pfrse.it.weot* »*nrfiored the Hoard of Work* exceeds eight hund’ed thousaud pound*. The number of present employed on the•- works
4 November 1846 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
TIIK ULSTER GENEa/VL ADVERTISER. ~D fern ID Bututrs* gfsrnttal tufornutnn. BELFAST, SATUBDAY. NttVEMBEII 7. Itstti (Current. PUIVATR COBUKitI’OXDRXCK. i‘f th*

TIIK ULSTER GENEa/VL ADVERTISER. ~D fern ID Bututrs* gfsrnttal tufornutnn. BELFAST, SATUBDAY. NttVEMBEII 7. Itstti (Current. PUIVATR COBUKitI’OXDRXCK. i‘f th*

UUt.*r .I ttvrtisrr, ‘if I.os non, Nov. 1, 184<1. Ot'R supplies were large last week of all ar fieles. To-day the show of Wheat from the home counties was good, and it met slow sale, at decline of 2s per quarter from the prices of this day sc’nnight. Nothing done in foreign, alt
7 November 1846 - Ulster General Advertiser, Herald of Business and General Information - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PUICfc OK WHISKKV,

PUICfc OK WHISKKV,

PUICfc WHISKKV, The Cork distillers mlv >nre-l th«* price whlskev Satuiday last, this is the third vance within lew wetks. Whiskey is now 7s. 4<l. per O I*., with no stocks on nan i. Villiers Pen rue, late the Navy, was, Praiav, by the Lord Chief Justice ten wins’ liuiisporialion
7 November 1846 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
v ' THE TIPPERARY FREE PRESS.

v ' THE TIPPERARY FREE PRESS.

THE TIPPERARY FREE PRESS. EXCHAN(>ES. Tin* article ilie Tine* : The atHle of the foreign * Iterrinninc: fOßttrnct notice. It is borne in mind thwl the whole of the pnat year bullion has been flowing j into this country' an almost unprfvedented ex- tent, and that, despite this con
7 November 1846 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
DUEADFUL CALMITY.

DUEADFUL CALMITY.

CALMITY. letter .Viunich dated the 20lU ull. last, between three and four oVlock the afternoon, frightful tiurricane, with lightning, hurat over the village tf, dtuated three leagues from our capital, and le** than three hours entirely deatroyed thi* and lieautifiil village. The
7 November 1846 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland