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THE TWELFTH OF JULY.

THE TWELFTH OF JULY.

TIHE TWELFTH OF JULY. TImE nearcr this anniversary approacbes, the more con- vincedl arc wve of the reslsonsibility which lies upon tts to do everything in our p1)ovcr, by way of cshortntion and advice, to dissuade our Protestant fellow-townsmenl and fellow-countrymen from exhibi
29 June 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PEASANT GIRL OF THE RIHNE.

THE PEASANT GIRL OF THE RIHNE.

THE PEASANT GIRL OF THE RIHINE. AN aged fcl-eC, aitl a) only child, the "fair Lizzy," as sihe was callel by hier neiglillonrs, resided in a smiall, pictu- resque cottage, situated among the most rugged and inac- cessible mountains il thc valleys of tihe beautiful Rhine. There the
29 June 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Markets.

The Markets.

efle ejarhttd. . FN G L I SI!1. 1,0 N I)ON CORINmEXCIIANGF, FRItiAy, J 2.-Snc 11tioadty tw oreas of Fmglishi Wheat coastwise, as well as by lat1 varig sol pesinic, have been exceedingly smnall; st ltiielitiow of sainples or tuiat Orain hcre to-day was triflitig o winig tiowoevr.
29 June 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

DtBLIN POLTCE-YESTERDAY. I H5EAD OFFICE. Mr. Thomas Geraghty, a ward master in the South Union Workhouse, charged three boys named Martin Byrne, William Walsh, and Mathew Connell, with having forced their way that morning into the workhouse, and with having assaulted him by kicki
30 June 1847 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CAN ADA—EMIGRATION.

CAN ADA—EMIGRATION.

By the Hibernia, we have received files of Canadian papers to the latest dates. They give appalling accounts of the suffering of the Irish emigrants from fever and dysentery. The Quebec Gazette, of June 9, contains the following : The Marine Hospital is rapidly tilling with sick
29 June 1847 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

Friday, June 25. Their lordships met at five o'clock, when (he Royal assent was given, by commission, the following and several other bills:—The soap allowances; stage carriages ; lunatic asylums ; out pensioners (Chelsea and Greenwich); loan societies ; represent ative peers (S
30 June 1847 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POOR REMOVAL DILL.

POOR REMOVAL DILL.

The next business which occupied the attention of the house, was the adjourned debate the icond reading’of the Poor Remora! Act Amendment Bill introduced Mr. Uankee. Sir John Pukington having moved an amendment that the bill read second lime that day ell months, discussion arose
30 June 1847 - Galway Vindicator, and Connaught Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
IEPARTRKNT.

IEPARTRKNT.

Government Securities.including ing deadweight annuity 11 ,7ilA,l'iM Other Securities 17.107.411 Notes 5,004,tJ55 Gold and Silver Coin 870,022 30,1181,840 M. Marshall, Chief Cashier, TUB Ttie above liank Aecoum old form, prejent tbe follow i LIABILITIES. AAABTS £ Clrrulatlon me,
30 June 1847 - Galway Vindicator, and Connaught Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

Most cheering intelligence continues received from almost all parts of the empire the healthful condition ami progress the crops; and In all human probability there will early and abundant harvest, for which frail mortals will gratefully rejoice.
30 June 1847 - Galway Vindicator, and Connaught Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
IN THK WORLD

IN THK WORLD

THE GREATEST SALE ANY MEDICINES HOX.X.OVA.VS PZZ.Z.S. VERY WONDERFUL CURE ORDERED LIVER AND STOMACH Extract of a Letter from Mr. \VU»nm.JX> 9 Princen-ftrcety Gluhjow, dated Feb. 28, 1847 To Prote«sor Hnllowit Rib PHI* •(!!•«*•• the 'i nr.J l.iror, on.liT which I luftorwl, Bitdhn
30 June 1847 - Galway Vindicator, and Connaught Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland