Who optional
What else? optional

Choose from our collections

By region

Narrow your search results

By Date
Clear filters
By Access Type
By Place Show filters
By County Show filters
By Newspaper Show filters
By Article type Show filters

Your search returned 377 articles

Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

LOYAL NATIONAL ]REPEAL ASSOCIATION. HE LOYAL NATIONAL REPEAL AS- T SOCIATION OF IRELAND "Ir meet-on THIS DAY, the 30th Novemberinstant, at ONE o-Cjook, at the CONCILIATION HALL, CORN-EXCHANGE ROOMS. THE LIBERATOR WILL ATTEND. or The principal door in front to the ground floor is
30 November 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY SESSIONS COURT—Friday.

CITY SESSIONS COURT—Friday.

Mary Watts pleaded not guilty to stealing TVjt'ted-w 10s., the property of John Curtin, and was 3s- Mary Mahony pleaded not guilty to stea si^° , from the person of Andrew Arreiska, belonging to the brig Aristotelle, and, after a BJ £ "' some length,in which an interpreter bad t
30 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MASTER LITTON'S OFFICE Thursday.

MASTER LITTON'S OFFICE Thursday.

BLESINTON ESTATES. The sale ofthe townlands in Tyrone continued. For lots 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, being the townlands of Gortinegan, Castletown, Killynure, Gortnacrea, and Beragh, no sufficient offer was made, and the sale was adjourned. Lot 7, the townland of Lisnacreight, was sold t
30 November 1846 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PIUVATK KDCCATION.—The lUv. JOHN KAKLK. M.A , Cantab., having resigned the Head the Clergy Sons' School, will receive at his

PIUVATK KDCCATION.—The lUv. JOHN KAKLK. M.A , Cantab., having resigned the Head the Clergy Sons' School, will receive at his

resideny Jl«<t Yorkshire, after the Chri-tmas vacation. Six Pupils, betwynftyage* of Nine anil Fourteen, pr« pare fur the Knglish and the Naval and Military Colleges. Information as to the principles upon which his Plan of Education is founded, and the course ln«truct'on which I
30 November 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN CASTLK. SPKriAL APPOINTMKNT. g JOHN M. BAli A R I/O, K H X _ Tn Him KXCKLLRNCY the I.IKUTKKANT.

DUBLIN CASTLK. SPKriAL APPOINTMKNT. g JOHN M. BAli A R I/O, K H X _ Tn Him KXCKLLRNCY the I.IKUTKKANT.

J/ / Tli« LADIKS PONSONBT /f'/ AND THE IRISH COURT. moAf re«| announce Nobilitjr and Gentry, hia return from the Jiff rml Fur- .ikvtM on tlie CONTI.NKNT AND LONDON, with choice cotlectioo hkina; aiuonKit them he otAained with dilUculty
30 November 1846 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORN EXCHANGE—Nov. 27.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE—Nov. 27.

At this day’s market English wheat ruled steady at the rates of Monday. A similar remark applies to free foreign, but the transactions are not extensive. There was less inquiry for bonded for France, many of their markets have been more quiet and somewhat cheaper. The demand for
30 November 1846 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CAF F R E WA R

CAF F R E WA R

CAF F E WA Portsmouth, Thursday. —By the arrival of her Majesty’s ship Apollo, we have files of Cape papers to the 7th of October inclusive, being eighteen days later than those previously received. The war with the Caffres was still going on, but it was rumoured that the Governo
30 November 1846 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

October at Monte Bello House, near Castries, the lady of the John Grey Porter Atthill, 11 M. Attorney-General for St. Lucia, of daughter. On the 19th lust, at Kilmure, near Monaghan, the lady of Captuiu U. Schoiuberg, K.N. of a son MARRIED, On the 20th October, at Halifax, N.S.
30 November 1846 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
C.Bellinghatn—M. Kcelan N.Limavady—J. Smyth

C.Bellinghatn—M. Kcelan N.Limavady—J. Smyth

C.Townroche - Carroll Omagh—John Nells - George Evans Dublin—B. Coleman Portud >wn—J. OTlanlon Portarlington—H. Goff Dublin—Kirkpatrick & Co. Roscommon—Mar; Roche Doncraile —Cath. Foley Scar iff—H & T. Sparline Dublin—Thomas Mason j Skibbereen —J. Lavis Dungannon —R. Tenor Sligo
30 November 1846 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE REDUCTION OF DUTY ON TEA. WE hail with much pleasure nidvementof the British Merchants in the principal towns in

THE REDUCTION OF DUTY ON TEA. WE hail with much pleasure nidvementof the British Merchants in the principal towns in

England, towards reduction of tl.c duty Tea, and trust oar Government will, ere lonp, accede to their wiehe. so desiralde ohject, it liein),' one in wliieh all classes of the community are mutually interested; and there is littic doubt that, if the present duties were considerab
30 November 1846 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland