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THE LATE MURDER IN THE UNITED STATES.

THE LATE MURDER IN THE UNITED STATES.

THE LATE MURDER THE UNITED STATES. (From the Boston Pott of December 4.J Notwithstanding Dr. Webster had signed a paper to the effect that he was willing to remain in gaol until the result of the coroner's inquest should be known, and thus avoid, at least for the present, an appe
31 December 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EXORBITANT DUTIES ON TEA.

THE EXORBITANT DUTIES ON TEA.

(FROM THE LIVERPOOL TIMES.) We have great pleasure in publishing the following address of the " Liverpool Association for the Reduction of the Duty Tea," and are glad to be able to state that the question of the redaction of this ruinous duty is about to be taken up with renewed
31 December 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FOOR LAW—THE TUAM UNION.

THE FOOR LAW—THE TUAM UNION.

DUBLIN: BIONDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1849. THE FOOR LAW-THE TUAM UNION. The greater number of the unions which now groan under the weight of debts and difficulties, attribute their disheartening condition to the reck- lessness or incompetence of the vice-guardians. They are charged with
31 December 1849 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

IFOREIGN INTELUGEq (From etd London 2averaof R N ?? ' Ad wgv - - -- ,te- ' v j ?? FRANCE. The French and Ostend mails not having ayrived at time of our going to press, we are unable to give our p correspondent's letter, or the latest news from the o n tin La Globe of Saturd y Eve
31 December 1849 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHINA

CHINA

The following the letter of the Times' correspondent Hong Kong, dated Oct. 30:—“ The Peninsular and Oriental Company** steamer Pehim arrived here on the'AHh inst., bringing dates from England to the 24th of August. regret to have announce the death of Rear-Admiral Sir Francis A.
31 December 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
ANTI-SLAVERY

ANTI-SLAVERY

It appears from the testimony of an English gentleman living in Brazil, that apart from the efforts which we may make in behalf of the extinction of slavery in that country, there is good reason to hope that it may become of itself the scene of a large amount of anti-slavery fee
31 December 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
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No. of Sum Bonn* No. Sum Poly. assd. atlacbcd. I'oly. ; n&mL fi £904 4 92 893 I0«;> j 116

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31 December 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
KOSSUTH AND THE RABBI.

KOSSUTH AND THE RABBI.

The share which the Jews took in the Hungarian struggle for independence was no small one. Whoever able to conquer prejudice, will confess that there this Oriental people mf.ral fund, which explores the purest gold of virtue from deep mines which it lies buried. Not Jews, but ch
31 December 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
Fairs in Ulster. INC JAN. 1 ; ENDING VOVp*T, JAN 7. Tuesday, I.—Antrim town ; Ballyeastlc, Antrim : Csstlederg Tyrone

Fairs in Ulster. INC JAN. 1 ; ENDING VOVp*T, JAN 7. Tuesday, I.—Antrim town ; Ballyeastlc, Antrim : Csstlederg Tyrone

; Drum, Monaghan. Wednesday, 2.—Hallow, Down ; Belfast. Antrim ; CastlebUiyney, Munuglian ; i-'ermanagh ; Stewartstown, Tyrone, Tiilksdav, 3.—Belturbet, Cavan : Dungannon, Tyrone; Fredcrickstown*. Tyrone ; Middletown. Armagh. Friday, 4. —Crossrnaglcn, Armagh; Moy, Tyroue. Loughg
31 December 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.

CURE OF ASTHMA. B* tract of a Letter from Mr Benjamin Mackie, respectable Quaker, dated Creenagh, near Loughall, Ireland, dated September iij;, mis To ProfewarHottowat. . RB'tfEcrKi* Friin^,— Thjr excellent Pills have effectually cured an Asthma, which afflicted rao for three ye
31 December 1849 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland