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THE EGYPTIAN CHALLENGE TO THE JOCKEY CLUB.

THE EGYPTIAN CHALLENGE TO THE JOCKEY CLUB.

I r? ?i I JIB - ? i ?? ? I.-Ill, ? 1?,T: -? A. ;ep English sporting 'innnieu'drh e~ensh +Of ,ai, ' re eif; tooansists-.f, hemvj. saod'd n1rfkvE tfir,- rc,> ,, deep .'.Tli distance, to'-be rann.;s tt. E jsh-t^' ".. mriles," and-was ascoaplisbed .by1~edouin"'hoeI' :t~rfAraB ?? ,1'h
31 December 1849 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

* FUIhERAL OF JAMIES I5INTO' LALOR, ESQ.- We recorded, with pain, on Saturday, the demise of this gified and patriotic Irishman. On , esterday his remains were consignes to their last resting place ?? Ceme- tery. The occasion was so far propitious, that the fineness of the weathe
31 December 1849 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INSOLVENT COURT—SATURDAY.

INSOLVENT COURT—SATURDAY.

I INSOLVENT COURT-SATURDAY. (Before Mr. Commissioner Curran.) . e Tre Francis D. gameiltosn. In this matter Mr. Creighton was for the insolvent and Mr. Levy appeared to oppose for Mr. Barnet, a shipowner and mer- chant of Belfast.; The case seemed to involve a mercantile question
31 December 1849 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Theatricals at Pansangeb. —The example of her Majesty reviving the ancient custom of uniting intellectual recreations with the other festivities

Theatricals at Pansangeb. —The example of her Majesty reviving the ancient custom of uniting intellectual recreations with the other festivities

of the Christmas season, has given a stimulus to the nobility of the country to advance in the same direction. At Woburn Abbey dramatic representations have been given for the last year or two with a zest that has conferred celebrity alike upon the performers and the entertainme
31 December 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARMAGH UNIOX. BOARDofCUARDIANS jTft JL of the Armagh Union hereby invite Proposals for VACCINAT|\c l| Persons shall presented for that

ARMAGH UNIOX. BOARDofCUARDIANS jTft JL of the Armagh Union hereby invite Proposals for VACCINAT|\c l| Persons shall presented for that

purpose, at the following Stations, at Kate not exceeding 6d. for each case, viz.:—Armagh, Uot'GHG all. Black WATERTOWN, Tvs AN. Kkadt. Uichiiill, or Mahkkthii.l. Proposals will considered, Meeting of the Board, on TUESDAY, the Ist day of January, 1830. liy order, M. M*NEALE JOH
31 December 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
Sericulture. fences also answer well ; but wherever bog-stuff can » advantage ought to be taken of «>» nc ,

Sericulture. fences also answer well ; but wherever bog-stuff can » advantage ought to be taken of «>» nc ,

n . . . .... form compost heaps, and thus to increase the manure ARMING OPERATIONS hORJANUAR\. store. The proper proportions are two-tliirds of bog- Proporly speaking the agricultural year does not j earth to one-third of form-yard dung. Let the botcommence with this month ; a g
31 December 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
TENANT RIGHT MEETING IN bOWN—i

TENANT RIGHT MEETING IN bOWN—i

FREE TRADE AND FAIR RENTS. The province, par exetllnct, which cltima origination of tenant right is alto the first to come forward in its defence and for its extension. Down, the most important countj in Ulster, and among the first in Ireland, has come forward in this hour of lo
31 December 1849 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
M A iIRI AGES.,

M A iIRI AGES.,

At St. Pfeter’e Church, the Rev. Thomas Scott, of Richmond Hill, county Dublin, to the Hon. Mary OValiashan. Shanbally Castle, county Tipperary. John R. Reed. Esq., only son of John U. Reed, Esq., of the Bearhavcn Mines, Priscilla Bowlea, daughter of the late Joseph Bowles, Esq.
31 December 1849 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
operation, and that this last climax free trad, legislation has plunged all the staple interests of the country in one

operation, and that this last climax free trad, legislation has plunged all the staple interests of the country in one

uniform condition of ruin and decay. Mr. Bennett seconded the resolution. Mr. Honner proposed the next resolution; Resolred That the committee bo instructed to use erery means in their power endearour to introduce the formation of railways in Ireland, being now the surest mode d
31 December 1849 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
portfolio.

portfolio.

THE WASTED On the velvet bank of a rivulet sat rosy child. Her lap waa filled with flowers, and a garland of rose-buds was twined round her neck. Her face was as radiant the sunshine that fell upon it; and her voice was as clear that the bira which warbled at her »ide. The littl
31 December 1849 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland