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TEA DEALERS AND IMPORTERS.

TEA DEALERS AND IMPORTERS.

ORMKR E !—!fO. 10. Hll ■ * COUNTRY DEALERS SUPPLIED ON VERY MODERATE TERMS, FOR CASH. Their GOLDEN CANISTER ESTABLISHMENT. supplied with wcli-as-surted Stock, equal in quality ami price , together wun Wines! Ales. Guincss’s Porter in Wood and Bottle, at moderate prices.
5 November 1846 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR LIVERPOOL

FOR LIVERPOOL

ALTERATION IN DAYS OF SAILING FOR THE
5 November 1846 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AMERICAN PACKET STATION ON THE WEST COAST OF IRELAND. THE EDITOR OF THE DUBLIN KVKNfNO POST. Peak Sir—l request the

AMERICAN PACKET STATION ON THE WEST COAST OF IRELAND. THE EDITOR OF THE DUBLIN KVKNfNO POST. Peak Sir—l request the

favour of your iusertiog the AJlAvimr communication. —Your obedient servant, JAMES PERRY. **TO THE RIGHT HON. THE OF CLANRtCARDB, Ac., A'C., PUSTMASTER-OBNERAL THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. Obelisk Park, Dublin, 27th Oct., 1846. v Lord—During period of more th
5 November 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VICEREGAL COURT.

VICEREGAL COURT.

His Excellency tbs Lord Lieutenant entertained the following party at dinner on yesterday evening, the Viceregal Lodge, Phoenix Park:—The Ladies Ponsooby, the Countesa of Kerry, Hon. Gerald Ponsonby, Captain Henry Ponsonby, Mr. Curry Connellan, Hun. Charles Gore, Mr. Monckton Ml
5 November 1846 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOOD BIOTS IN CASTLBTUWNBOCHE.

FOOD BIOTS IN CASTLBTUWNBOCHE.

«. Th,E.rt'.nd Siowrf litt-rll *"1 toil, .rrirod « Sis—A« ft*wd—ln conimwi with m*n» others who wer« Kingston House, on Wedoesdsy Urt. from roenlnot the dreadful pmaiions of the Übouring popuUtion city they made brief sojourn, their war ft^.^ lor i f .V* extend hitherto rentarka
5 November 1846 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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'THE nnBX SOUTHERN BEFOBTER-THPBBDAY, NOVEMBER f>. IMG.

'THE SOUTHERN BEFOBTER-THPBBDAY, NOVEMBER f>. IMG. compliance with the atalute w» and tltttaow durrable to one fourth the Iknch. They w* all aware that tlie dot tea leviable through the Staron Commi»k.n-era were not collected with partial r There being only Stamp IMatrlbutnr In a
5 November 1846 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DUTCH BULBS ARRIVED.

DUTCH BULBS ARRIVED.

THOMAS BRIDOF.FORD AND SON their Friende ami I’ublia thaJr Umir DUTCH FLO WER ROOTS are Arrived,lyVrrv superior condition, tlirert from Overvron, near ITatirlem. Holland, consisting of Double and Single HYArjKTHS, in preat variety; POLYANTHUS NAIK’ISS, ditto; Named and Mixed Per
5 November 1846 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DR ROBERTS’S CELEBRATED MEDICINES.

DR ROBERTS’S CELEBRATED MEDICINES.

ROBERTS’S CELEBRATED MEDICINES. mHAT excellent Ointment, called the POOR .MAN’S Ji FRIEND, is confidently recommended to the an unfailing remedy for wound* of every description, anm cure for ulcerated sore legs, if twenty years’ n«. scalds, bruises, chilblains, ulcers, scorbiitiv
5 November 1846 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE,

LAW INTELLIGENCE,

COURT OF CHANCERY— Yesterday. The Attorney General at the Petition of Richard Kane and Thomas Wallnutt v. Henry Watson, John Thomas Ball, and Cord Gort. Attorney General stated that the bill filed in that rase prayed that the deed of the 30th of August, 1823, be , declared*fraud
5 November 1846 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
“IRELAND’S GREATEST DIFFICULTY.”

“IRELAND’S GREATEST DIFFICULTY.”

THE PUBLIC will readily adroit that the “greatest difficulty in Ireland” i* that of getting GOOD TEA. To remove •* the difficulty” buy at R. GREEK’S, Newry.andthefoliowingUouses. Ask for “BROCKSOPP, HOW & Co.V' TEAS, which are put up in Packages, in London, and carefully sealed
5 November 1846 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland