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THE CIVIL WAR IN PORTUGAL.

THE CIVIL WAR IN PORTUGAL.

Vigo, Mat 31, 7 A.M—ln the present excilod state of distracted Portugal, and the various conflict* ting reports that go abroad relative to what passes in that country, you will perhaps glad to find room in the columns of your inestimable journal fur ehe following detail of event
12 June 1847 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
UNANIMITY

UNANIMITY

fire bat hope- Jet bat gleam Through the gloom of his country, mark how he’ll feel; Tliat instant, his heart at her shrine would lay down Every passion it nurs’d, every bliss it adored.” Oca first reliance in our struggle to redeem our country from alien thraldom must be ** ours
12 June 1847 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
iStante.

iStante.

CASHIER WANTU. WANTED, bjr » MorcantiU Hoasa/n Belfast, YOUNG MAN at horn* and Banking transactions. Good security required— Salary, £7o.—Apply, letter only, ** A.8." Office of (his Paper. Belfast, June. 1547. WANTED, A YOUNG MAN acquainted with Wine and Spirit Trade, who can ke
12 June 1847 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VARIETIES.

M ARRiAoe IN High Lifk —On Saturday. sth of Jane instant, ia Saint George*• Church, lianoyer. square, London, Guslar us Wil iim Lambart, eldest son of Gustavos Lambart, of Beaoparc, county Meath. Esq . the Lady Frances, second daughter of the Marquis of Conynghaai. The happy pai
12 June 1847 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TIME OP HIGH WATER ATT

TIME OP HIGH WATER ATT

AND PI Before Belfast Time. 11. M. Cork 35 Leith 7 45 London Bridge 7 ! Donaghadce I Newcastle 5 Sligo Bay 0 I HE UNDERMENTIONED PORTS LACES. After Belfast Time. n. M. Dublin 8ar..... 27 Greenock Liverpool Portpctrick Dundalk Harbour I ® THE MOON. New Moon, Sunday, 13th day, min
12 June 1847 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Chapman, of Portadown, in the county of Armagh, merchant. dealer, and cliapman. surrender on Monday, the iMih day of June, inat. andon Toaaday. the 27>h day of Ju'y next. Mary Cu««en. (ieorne’s-atrect. in the city Limerick, widow, rrocer. dialer, and chapman, to aurrendcr on Mon
16 June 1847 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Khl'tAL AfeliOClAilON.

Khl'tAL AfeliOClAilON.

The we» meeting of this b< was d Monday—it wm» well atteodc I. Amonpst the general committee men piesent observed Mr. Maurice U Connell, M.l*.; Mr. John U'Couriell, M.P ; Mr. Myles M'Donnell. M.l*.; Mr. John T.C. ; Mr. U’Hes, ilarrister; Mr. lionrke, Hamster, &c. the motion of M
16 June 1847 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Housemaid, steady, active, young Wonun, who understands her huaintaa perfectly well; a worker ; and on get up fine linen

Housemaid, steady, active, young Wonun, who understands her huaintaa perfectly well; a worker ; and on get up fine linen

remark >bly well required incutubranro whatsoever, and can be highly last mi-trefe who is in town a* present. —Address G. , 64, Grafioo* street; or 2, Cavendish row. for one week. AS Cook, a steady, active Woman, who has ij*incum) ranee ; her character will hear the strictest in
21 June 1847 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IN CHANCERY.

IN CHANCERY.

Dame Mary Cardenl N PURSUANCE of the Smith, 1 JL Decree made in thia Cause, bearing Plaintiff : j date the 7ih day of November. 1844,' and James Bull. r. Theobald lof the Order bearing date the llth day of Butler Willington, Jo- J F.brunry. 1847.1 will the Smith and others, 26th
21 June 1847 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW STAND HOUSE ON THE CURRAGH.

NEW STAND HOUSE ON THE CURRAGH.

NEW STAND HOUSE THE CURRAGH. The she for the new stand bouse has been judiciously selected, and understand that meeting of the directors of the Great Southern and Western Railway, and; the rot-in bora of the Turf Club, at whose joint expense the necessary works are proceeded with
21 June 1847 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland