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Selected Poetry.

Selected Poetry.

CercdtrB pottrip. Cl f l S T'I A S. 011 Father Ch ristma1:1s 0llts 10ol1 at hlst Sunlne's broiglht ?? are withered 1n(1 psot, Autniln halth ?? ?? iarvest of graiul, And nier, rv yhig Chlritms lhls c1o0ne again. Anibiiisslr }rlist onl tile willdowr pane, W\roto word f ilat his i:l
25 December 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Original Poetry.

Original Poetry.

orifinal aettrp. THIE, SPIRIT OF ASTRONOMY. Thou, who with nzure wings and searching eyes )'cr the first dawn hung, breatilles, here arise I Mise in thy boundless beauty, wondrous one;- ?? the glories of thy golden zone, llreathe -as when morning stars together sang Look as when
8 December 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Miscellaneous.

Miscellaneous.

p4liorellancotto. Mr. John Moss, chemist, of Sheffield, informs us that he has found test papers made from an infusion of dablias the most sensitive of the presence of alkalis and acids, and very superior to litmus. Herz, the celebrated pianist, at a concert given last month, at
8 December 1846 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT OF EXCHEQUER—LONDON, TUESDAY.

COURT OF EXCHEQUER—LONDON, TUESDAY.

COURT OF EXCHEQUER.LONDOY ?? n o, r _ . u Jnrien v. s;/ement. -. This was an action in which the plaintiff souget to r cover compensation in damages for a libel, which containd a gross and nnfounded imputation upon the character of thd plaintiff, and which was published in a week
10 December 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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0A 16 -i)-i'xEmuma 19, 1646. i-.) ix: SNTURU?K ?? -?iO ll ?? 'L lj? , Y, 184 I , ?, " , A" ?? A ?? ?? .?3 ? OTIg 9 I TIIE CONDITION OF THlE COUNTRY. Three acts of the doleful tragedy have been corn. piewed. We have witnessed, with inexpressible grief and horror, the various scene
19 December 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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FRANCE.

FRANCE.

-. I The Paris papers of Monday have been received. They are principally occupied with the bank question. For some time past, considerable uneasineas has been felt in commercial circles in Paris, from the continued deprecia- tion of the public funds and railway Shares, but ?? of
11 December 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORRESPONDENCE FROM ROME

CORRESPONDENCE FROM ROME

I CORRESPONDENCE FROM ROMr I con- Ae translate the following from the letter of the Romau for correspondent of the Uniosers :- ,ame I was well informed in announcing to you that his Eni- d to nence Cardinal Lambrusohini wag appointed to treat with ates Count Bludoff, the Russian
4 December 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

TRE ROYAL, DUBLIN. SATURDAY Next, Decembei 26th, 1846, I svl be produced a New GRAND CHR[STMAF 0 -1TolIME, with illustrations by the celebrated Ar- tistes, til° BOLENO FAMILY, i Who are expressly eugaged. 1 The Performances will commence with the Cona/ y of A CURE FOR THE HEART-A
24 December 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOCIETY FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE GROWTH OF FLAX.

SOCIETY FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE GROWTH OF FLAX.

f I SOCIETY FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE I GROWTH OF FLAX. A deputation from the Society for Promoting and Tm.- proving the Growth of Flax in Ireland, consisting of the bee Earl of Erne, Sir Robert Kane, and J. B. Bankhead, Esq., Co waited on his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant at t
21 December 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. SMITH O'BRIEN'S LETTERS—PUBLIC WORKS—PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.

MR. SMITH O'BRIEN'S LETTERS—PUBLIC WORKS—PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.

MR. SMITH O'BRIEN'S LETTERS-PUBLiC WORKS-PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. | hris8 The following appeared in the Nation of Satur. *ure lent day:- 'for LETTERS VI. irde Mr LORDS AND GENTLEMEN-Assuming that it will tave be necessary to continue for many months-possibly for se- was veral years-th
28 December 1846 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland