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THE EXORBITANT DUTIES ON TEA,

THE EXORBITANT DUTIES ON TEA,

We have great pleasure in publishing the following extracts from an address of the ,4 Liverpool Association for the Reduction the Duty on Tea,” and are glad to be able to state that the question of the reduction of this ruinous duty is about to be taken up with renewed vigor, bo
31 December 1849 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CLAKE JOUKNAI-ENMS. MONDAY, DECEMBER 31. IW

THE CLAKE JOUKNAI-ENMS. MONDAY, DECEMBER 31. IW

THE CLAKE JOUKNAI-ENMS. MONDAY, DECEMBER 31. RAJAH BROOKE AND THE MASSACRE AT BORNEO. Respecting the horrible massacre of the natives of Borneo recently perpetrated Rajah I Brooke aided by ships and men of her Majesty s Navy, the Daily News says The Vice Admiralty Court Singapore
31 December 1849 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
To the Editor of the Clare Journal. Cappa l.odge, December 27th, 1849. Sib Having read in your Journal of the

To the Editor of the Clare Journal. Cappa l.odge, December 27th, 1849. Sib Having read in your Journal of the

17th inst,, an account of the late melancholy loss of life which occurred at the ferry of Commogue, herein it is st that none of the magistrates of the district visited the spot, I beg leave to acquaint you, that immediately or. being apprized the accident, I hastened to the fer
31 December 1849 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
i’ortip.

i’ortip.

THE WATER AND THE WEED. A SONG FOR. BRITISH FARMERS. I’ve waadered in the sunny South, O’er mountain, dale, and fen; I’ve traversed Scotland’s heaths and glens. Since last held the pen. _ Impelled to sing, I left my voice, And tune rustie reed, To tell the British fanner’s foes—
31 December 1849 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of 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
 
THE WEATHER.

THE WEATHER.

From an early hour on Friday morning there was a violent gale from the north-west. The Admiralty steamer Vivid, with the mails due at six o'clock, did not reach Kingstown till half-past eight, and whilst weathering the gale she lost her boats and her paddle-boxes suffered some s
31 December 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland