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5 April 1869 - Allnut's Irish Land Schedule - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Heir of Henry Coates.

Heir of Henry Coates.

decayed Martin R. Conte* Andrew Fit/william Welsh Owner and Petitioner Erris Limerick ... Carbcrry ... Dartry Clane No return Carrownof logh Newgate-1 ana, &c. ... 112, Tritonvilla-road Mulgeeth, part of, &c. Dromard ’orkeragh, &c. Trough, part of 2370 1 26 Houses ... louse, 4c
5 April 1869 - Allnut's Irish Land Schedule - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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5 April 1869 - Allnut's Irish Land Schedule - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Edward M. Duffy, 46,

Edward M. Duffy, 46,

Mou j iif-tquar e Daniel J. Bee gin, 71. Dame-tfeet illiom H. Peyton, 23, Up. Gloue eeler-street Henry and John Watson, 25, S. Frederic k-street W.K. O'ShaughnessyfrCo. 35, Stephen's-green Christopher F. Atulhall, 6, Bachelors'-walk Alexander Caruth, 72, Lr Gardiner-street Henry
5 April 1869 - Allnut's Irish Land Schedule - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Estate of JOHN FETHERSTONHAUGH BRI DESCRIPTIVE PARTICITLARRS Continued iromfirst P-iqe. Lot 1 comprises p irt of the lauds of Baskin

Estate of JOHN FETHERSTONHAUGH BRI DESCRIPTIVE PARTICITLARRS Continued iromfirst P-iqe. Lot 1 comprises p irt of the lauds of Baskin

Fligrh and part of tue lands of Baskin Low, which contain. in the whole, 377 a. Or. statute measure, and are situate the barony of Kilkenny West, and county of Westmeath, about six miles from Moatc and ten from A*hlone, both stations on the Midland Great Western .tailway. This l
5 April 1869 - Allnut's Irish Land Schedule - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ORANGE MEETINGS.

THE ORANGE MEETINGS.

The Spectator declares that the ecclesiastical Tories are behaving just now more like a parcel of children excited by a nursery squabble than sensible men and politicians. They excite one another in their meetings with Kentish fire, aud streng words, and appeals to Heaven, till
13 April 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
theatre royal, cork. Under the Management of Meant. Holt and Gbiffin. IMMK 8 SUCCESS!!! |jr SECOND TIME IN CORK the

theatre royal, cork. Under the Management of Meant. Holt and Gbiffin. IMMK 8 SUCCESS!!! |jr SECOND TIME IN CORK the

Great Sensational I»ra»n:* of THE DUKE'S MOTTO, in which Mr. Clarence Holt will appear in hie or.giual character of " Hemi De Legardere." TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, and THURSDAY Evenings, April 13, 11, 15 will presented (tor the first time Cork), the great Sensation Drama, in and Three
13 April 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
sw INDIAN FOULARDS OB WASHING SILKS! ALEXANDER GRANT CO. ARE NOW SHOWING SUPERIOR CLASS OP THE ABOVE VALUABLE AND USEFUL

sw INDIAN FOULARDS OB WASHING SILKS! ALEXANDER GRANT CO. ARE NOW SHOWING SUPERIOR CLASS OP THE ABOVE VALUABLE AND USEFUL

SILKS SUMMER WEAR, AT •ss. 6d.. 27a. 6d., and 293. Co. TnE DRESS WORTH FROM Ma. 6D. 639. 52, 53, 54, PATRICK STREET. THE CHEAPEST HOUSE CORK. DWYER 4 CO., 49, GREAT GEORGE'S STREET, (Three doors from the Parade,) ▲BE SHOWING NEW QOODS FOR THE SEASON IK DRESS AND MANTLE TRIMMINGS
17 April 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH STATE CHURCH BILL.—CLERICAL AND LAY CONFERENCE.

THE IRISH STATE CHURCH BILL.—CLERICAL AND LAY CONFERENCE.

The general conference of the archbishops, bishops and delegated clergy and laity of the Irish Church Establishment was held in the Ancient Concert Rooms on Tuesday morning twelve o'clock. ' The Lord Primate of all Ireland presided. His Grace the Archbishop of Dublin opened the
15 April 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Reported Appboachino Visit of the Queen to Ireland.—The Ijeinster Express says:—"We nave been informed ou good authority that her Majesty

Reported Appboachino Visit of the Queen to Ireland.—The Ijeinster Express says:—"We nave been informed ou good authority that her Majesty

the Qaeen will spend two months in Ireland next autumn."
15 April 1869 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland