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CAHIRCIVEEN.

CAHIRCIVEEN.

[from our CORRESPONDENT.] Nov. 11—On Monday last took place one ofthe largest and most respectable meetings ever held in this town. It was known for some days previous, that a Presentment Sessions, in accordance with the Lord Lieutenant's Proclamation respecting drainage, would
13 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTED, A SMART RESPECTABLE LAD, as APPRENTICE to the PRINTING BUSINESS. He must have received a good English Education. Apply

WANTED, A SMART RESPECTABLE LAD, as APPRENTICE to the PRINTING BUSINESS. He must have received a good English Education. Apply

personally at the Office of the Cork Examiner.
13 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HE HAS NOW IN STOCK

HE HAS NOW IN STOCK

Tons Prime Oatmeal. 2UO Sacks English Flour, AND WILL HAVE BY NEXT STEAMERS, A Lot of AM ERIC FLOUR end INDIAN MEAL. daily expects the Arrival of the following VESSELS, via. : THE & $ ra & W . FROM QUEBEC, WITH Barrels Beat Stmt Flour, and Barrels Oatmeal, together with Dcslj, S
14 November 1846 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
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14 November 1846 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
a loucim'G t'iOf.y. XiUCIT FJiNNEI*. 1 TALE o:: UVMVI.K Lit 0 ISM. min near llumlnn, Hcvon !!v»d widow her son.

a loucim'G t'iOf.y. XiUCIT FJiNNEI*. 1 TALE o:: UVMVI.K Lit 0 ISM. min near llumlnn, Hcvon !!v»d widow her son.

Tire woman I her eight railed her, not only earned suftki. but hud oared little money, furinnhing that • ice, for the manufacture of which Iloniton is ..mcd. When, from the infirn.itks of old age, she o longer ply her vocation successfully, it happened .te’y that her son, his la
14 November 1846 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
BOROUGH MAGISTRATES.

BOROUGH MAGISTRATES.

Of«n the absurd laid down, the one adopted byj the Lord Chancellor, for the exclueion of diatilleni and doctors from the commission of the peace, ia decidedly the most absurd. There can be more respectable class of mercantile men than distillers, while the members the med.cai pr
21 November 1846 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
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O ob» 0* LADIES ASSOCIATION FOR THE EMPLOYMENT OF POOR WOMEN OF SLIGO IN WORK. ACCOUNT EXPENDITURE. Dr. To donation from the Carbcrry Belief Oommittae 50 To do from Lady Palmer-ton 10 u « To amount allotted from the Bazaar fund for the year ending July, 1847 60 0 To amonut of clo
21 November 1846 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
CONCILIATION HALL. LOYAL national REVEAL ASSOCIATICN. weekly mailing of tlie Repeal Aewicution wae held Monday. The Hall was crowded excess

CONCILIATION HALL. LOYAL national REVEAL ASSOCIATICN. weekly mailing of tlie Repeal Aewicution wae held Monday. The Hall was crowded excess

all parts. Liberator entered the Hall at one o c.ock, and area received with enthusiastic and prolonged clieers from all tlie motion of the Liberator, the chair was taken by Udermau O’BKIKN, M.P., lor Caeliel. Tlie Cluirmaa then the meeting at full The 11°" tlie '' hCTe entered
21 November 1846 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
CONVENTIONS out /he Mommy IlerublJ dangers which beset the Cliurcii England, and which vve have recently alluded, ore mot with

CONVENTIONS out /he Mommy IlerublJ dangers which beset the Cliurcii England, and which vve have recently alluded, ore mot with

in nearly all parts plolu*. The Krilish power is everywhere seen ; I the citadel ot Piotestaiitisin is closely followed, and watched, an undermined, by the of icy. Bui one of the most obvious m.d B.ost f.» •«! f these dangers o*iiC fi-.im i!ie inciet-’np resort the higher classe
7 November 1846 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

mentioned on Tuesday the absence of Lord Normality from the formal reception of the diplomatic corps, held the Tuileries on Saturday to afford the representatives of the foreign States opportunity of presenting their felicitations to the King, on the occasion of the marriage of
14 November 1846 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland