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DUBLIN COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

DUBLIN COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

Saturday Evening. —The present being holiday week, and this year even duller than usual, scarcely anything presents itself for comment. In produce nothing ot any consequence has been done, and in shares little more. The opening prospects for the new year are dull enough. There h
31 December 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ENGLISH POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

ENGLISH POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

Ma>sion-house.—Joseph Adv was summoned before Alderman Gibbsfor the sum of 12*. 10s., due and owing her Majesty, for the duty of postage, which he refused and neglected to pay. The summons was supported by Mr. Peacock, the solicitor to the Post-office. Mr. Peacock having stated
31 December 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The Conference of the Society of St. Vincent d* Paul, Ennis, gratefully acknowledge the receipt the following sums in aid their funds, viz. : From the Council Genera! the So- £ d, s. ciety, Dublin, ... ... ... 5 0 0 Anonymous, per Rev, James M'Mahon, 10 0 John Frost, Esq , Solie
31 December 1849 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
foreign FRANCE. Chrislmas-day Wing kept close holiday In Paris, > the Legislative Assembly did not meet; and the pub. lie

foreign FRANCE. Chrislmas-day Wing kept close holiday In Paris, > the Legislative Assembly did not meet; and the pub. lie

administrations, the Courts of Justice, and the Bourse remained closed. The churches wore unusually crowded. At St. Sulpice, St. Roch, and Madeleine, where the solemnity of the service and the exquisite music attract the greatest multitude, police republican guards were statione
31 December 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
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4t. i Oacc, JAMES DOUGLAS. V|lMcs&!e Cattfeetloner &nd r.Cakcr, I 110. TKONUATF, Ardrrrnj.V totliosc|4in(csin In-laml who kivc patron Izcil lif:n, flinliii SoU< itine a o'litimujai <.f t)a > "ouiil invite )m> have ji"l yet visited his KstaMi'limni’t. and fimpcct Ills himl extensi
31 December 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
The Late Dr. W. C. Taylor's Family. —The following subscriptions towards this fund, collected in Cork by Messrs. F. M.

The Late Dr. W. C. Taylor's Family. —The following subscriptions towards this fund, collected in Cork by Messrs. F. M.

Jennings and T. S. Dunscombe.have been acknowledged the Secretary in Dublin, Rev. Ralph Sadleir:— Major Beamish .. .'. .. 0 0 Messrs. T. &F. Jennings,.. .. 5 5 0 Dr. Hohart, 3 3 0 Dr. Charles Porter, .. .. 3 3 0 Aid. Thomas Lyons, .. 2 2 0 Paul M'Swiney, Esq., .. .. 110 W. C. Lo
31 December 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LINKS

LINKS

frith't CmHotm* Trial Sterne *s Pitt, m under MrUUtim the Otwmd Pnradt. « Advents beet tnacaat fMt vmk» -■ "---trim frit—fiieew da guerre. **—Old Lexieem Ten HtmW*. all very know that the Frith Ike Perth, It dev'liah rough customer the ftortfc. But here ia the South, the ferte F
31 December 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CONDITION Of THE COUNTRY.

CONDITION Of THE COUNTRY.

(VMM OUB own COUBarONDBNT.) In my lata journey* through the country, I mad* tome oa id wretched >tate and degraded condition ; yet, conceiving bath to be tolerably well-known, I hesitated to them publicity, until I heard from various gentlemen connected with property, that ttey
31 December 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PROTECTION

PROTECTION

Notwithstanding the inveterate hostility of the Whig government, and its pertinacity in free trade—notwithstanding the edict of the "King of the] West Riding," that free trade in corn and cattle is irrevocable—notwithstanding the servile echo which Sir Robert Peel has returned t
31 December 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE POOR AW COMMISSION IMPOSTURE.

THE POOR AW COMMISSION IMPOSTURE.

is difficult to find anything more disgusting than the shameless audacity of the devices by which the Poor Law imposture is kept up, through the never-resting activity of that host of voracious vermin which the contrivance of Mr. Nicholls has called into existence in Ireland. Sp
31 December 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland