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WANTED, AN ESTATE AND SEAT IN PARLIAMENT!

WANTED, AN ESTATE AND SEAT IN PARLIAMENT!

I WANTED, AN ESTATE AND SEAT IN PARLUA. I MENT! I The general election is coming, and candidates are astir. The Carlton exchequer is empty. The enthusiasm of 1840 is a great "1 palcontogical" fact, and nothing more-to be found among political fos- sils, and no where else. The spi
2 November 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE AFiMV CASI AT.TIES I)T. KTO THE OF IXTJIA. REPORTED SINCE THE DEPAKTUEE TUB MAIL, AUGUST 27. Majesty’s Troops.—F.usipn C.

THE AFiMV CASI AT.TIES I)T. KTO THE OF IXTJIA. REPORTED SINCE THE DEPAKTUEE TUB MAIL, AUGUST 27. Majesty’s Troops.—F.usipn C.

T.ComirV. .“)Oih rejfiment, at I/x>ctianah, August ; lieut. S. A. bOth regiment, lahore, Augutt 22. Bombay.—Assistant Surgoou K. J. Wallace, residency surpcon. Bhooj, August Madras.— Ijcr.t. Griffth, 5Ut regiment lad ghee, August 29. Bengal.— Ensign R. T While. 2Cth regiment, Vm
2 November 1846 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
MICHAELMAS TERM, 1846.

MICHAELMAS TERM, 1846.

•- > COURT OF CHANCERY. The Right Hon. Maziere Brady, Lord High Chancellor, will sit this day at one o’clock, when the following gentlemen will be called to the outer bar Michael Joseph Fitzgerald, Esq., second son of Michael Fitzgerald, late of Baltykennelly house, in the count
2 November 1846 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LOSS OF THE LOCH RYAN STEAMER.

LOSS OF THE LOCH RYAN STEAMER.

The report which appeared in this journal some days since, of the supposed loss ibe Loch Ryan steamer, was on Tnursday confirmed the arrival London of Captain Larkins, the master, and the crew who were saved. The following particulars of the wreck of the vessel, with the sufferi
2 November 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WIDE STREET BOARD-Friday.

WIDE STREET BOARD-Friday.

The Commissioners of Wide-streets met on Friday— The Mayor in the chair. distress in the city. Some poor women, with their children, came before the Board, and implored of the Commissioners to give their husbands employment. They stated that they had nothing to eat, nor any mean
2 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ADVANTAGE TO THE PUBLIC, HS. has for a long time declined importing English.Manufacture into Cork for the purpose of retaining

ADVANTAGE TO THE PUBLIC, HS. has for a long time declined importing English.Manufacture into Cork for the purpose of retaining

amongst the Tradesmen of his native city the full advantage of employment ; but, in consequence of the repeated annoyances and difficulties he has been subjected to by his men turning out," he has decided on opening a NEW ENGLISH BOUT & SHOE WAREHOUSE, where English Goods alone
2 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIP NEWS

SHIP NEWS

The Rteam-sbip Aurora, Amlorson, for Greenock and Glasgow, sails this evening, at seven o’clock. Tlie stcain-shlp Newcastle, Burton, for Carlisle, sails on Thursday evening, at eight o’clock. The steam-ship Glow-Worm, Brown, for Ardrossan, sails this day, at twelve o’clock noon.
2 November 1846 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARINERS’ AND GENERAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. No. 5, AETIIUR ST. EAST. LONDON-BUIDGE. TUUSTEKS. The Right Hoo. the Earl of llardwickc.

MARINERS’ AND GENERAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. No. 5, AETIIUR ST. EAST. LONDON-BUIDGE. TUUSTEKS. The Right Hoo. the Earl of llardwickc.

Admiral Sir William Hall Gage,yC.G.H^ p | Thomas Colycr, Esq. y_ directors. / 1 The Right lion. Lord Viscount Ingest re, M.P. Pbliip Baker, Esq. Sir George Rich. Joseph Bishop, Esq. Joseph Somes, Esq. Captain T. Dickinson, R.N. Edmund Turner Watts, Esq Thos. Cla'ide IJamilton,Es
2 November 1846 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
the CLARE JOURNAL. MONDAY. NOVEMBER -2. Iftjfi.

the CLARE JOURNAL. MONDAY. NOVEMBER -2. Iftjfi.

STOCK AND DEBENTURES
2 November 1846 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CROPS OF THE FARM

THE CROPS OF THE FARM

Are about 120 Tons of well-eared new Hay, Toni prime old about itone of 4 year old eat** in ricki, itone of new oata. larjfe field Itaeui White Wheal, acres of Swedish Turnip, of nearly tons tothe acre: 2 acrei of Mangol Wortarl. acre of carrot*, an immense quantity Turf, and ab
2 November 1846 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland