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Selected Poetry.

Selected Poetry.

,%Cltttctl vortri). b THE TEAR OF GRATITUDEI. DI' FRANCIS ELIZABETHI SIAV1SS. Within the heart, deep hid from view, There rests a jewel bathed hi dew, Peflectisg blessings pure and true In tears of gratitude. It is a Night to angels dear, WYlIeni pity qiuells the sulrerer's fear,
20 November 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Miscellaneous.

Miscellaneous.

According to the bost authorities, 67 parts of peas are equivalent to 200 parts of wheat. The age of the yew trees near Fountains Abbey are computed at more than 1,200 years. Railways have effected a saving, in the case of the.city of York, of about £30,000 a-year in coal. Po'rA'
20 November 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Trade and Commerce.

Trade and Commerce.

Crave ana oointmerrr. REVIEW OF THE BRITISH C ORN TRADE DURING TIHE PAST WEEK. (From tire London Farmner's Journal, ?? 16.) Turr coatinued arrivals of foreign Grain in London arid at tihe various ?? in particular-icre now begimring to have tbeir effects upon the Corn trade throug
20 November 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ARMY BREVET.

ARMY BREVET.

ARMY ]31REVETer. (i,, ?? from Friday's paper.) WAR OITTICE, NOV. 9. IIIr Mijenl N liae leol piltasoel to aippint the following Oevliiie i)t the Royal Artillery an' Royal Eliiginvors t(; aiaerank by bievet, as iidorinluaioioned. The coijmn is- sioue to be ilated Nov. 9:- ~1AJotl.
17 November 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LORD WARDEN'S ANNUAL VISITATION.

THE LORD WARDEN'S ANNUAL VISITATION.

I EXTENSION OF DOVER HAEBOUR.-FRIDAY AFTER- NooN.-His Grace the Duke of Wellington, as Lord War. den of the Cinque Ports, presided here to day at the har. bour sessions, held annually before the commissioners in this place. The proceedings, which are generally of a mere routine
16 November 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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MRS. C. MATHERS ESPECTFULLY informs the Nobility and Gentry of her retotd from Paris and London, and rrival This Day of her French Bonnets, with the va- novelties for the season in out-door Muffles, amongst h may be named The Manteaus Marquisse and Clarisse. The Mantesus Montpens
17 November 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL .16 RIC ULTU RA L SOCIETY.

ROYAL .16 RIC ULTU RA L SOCIETY.

ROYAL .16 RIC RA L SOCIETY. At a bite meeting of the shore boily, the fundamental a 1.. e of the society that no questions shall lie discussed at its meetings of a political tendency" being rescinded at the desire of Mr O'Connell, we look upon the future operations of the society
21 November 1846 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
ON THE CONCEALED CAUSE OF CONSTI. 7UTIGNAL OR ACQUIRED DEBILITIES OF THE GENERATIVE SYSTEM. " THE SILENT FRIEND,"' TM 101110

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21 November 1846 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
- TrfFEATENING NOTICE. TO Tag ILDITOI Felines' /1.:11, Armagh. Nov. 18, 1'46. —On going up to cha eh (lililika) '

- TrfFEATENING NOTICE. TO Tag ILDITOI Felines' /1.:11, Armagh. Nov. 18, 1'46. —On going up to cha eh (lililika) '

, minx. I tear' the ao.ron.rmyit.4 moire rsteJ oa one ef the of ail church' state. only cr.nstneht 1 *hull mete on the d eum.nt that from my 1 an Co peat-ratio of the inhabitants of this h.tme.!iste hoot, 1 feel satiofiel that roes o f theta have been cote.-reed iu so diseresli,
21 November 1846 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
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~.ec~ ~~:~~~ SATURDAY, HOVE:

SATURDAY, HOVE: town and with the Clerk of the Union of Kells, at his Office in the Workhouse of the Union of !Cells, in or near the town of Kells, in the county of Meath, for the parishes of Murtry, Teltown, Bulruthboytie, and Kells. And Notice is hereby lastly given, that it is
21 November 1846 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland