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LONDONDERRY SHIP NEWS.

LONDONDERRY SHIP NEWS.

Arrived pkom h to 2-3lh Joke.—Glasgow, Foyle, (-trainer,) Merchaudize; iruon, Margaret, Mrio ioer, Coals; Beuumortis, lson, Slates; Caiajbcltown, Jean, Potatoes; Glia.;'-\v, James, Elliot, Coals ; Ayr, Olive Greco, Brown, Ditto; Glasgow, Crawford, Ditto; Admiral Thoruborough, Me
26 June 1830 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
FIRES.

FIRES.

i!f Loan street.—About half*past eight o'clock Friday night fire broke out in the shop of Messrs. S. Birt and Co., batters, Lord-aireet. The progress of the flames was roost rapid, and in a few minutes, from their appear ■ace, the whole of the shop was a mass of fire. The engine
23 November 1839 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
SCHOOLS.

SCHOOLS.

did hope that should not have again to refer this topic—one tons of very disagreeable character, because we naturally dislike to have our contemplation fixed apon course which believe to based on religious tyranny, to have our Indignation roused against any man dess of men, it m
23 November 1839 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
£ s. d. £s. d. 1 13 11 120 327 1 8 0 3 17 8 19 0 4 4

£ s. d. £s. d. 1 13 11 120 327 1 8 0 3 17 8 19 0 4 4

11 302
29 April 1843 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DINNER SETS COMPRISE

THE DINNER SETS COMPRISE

Head, Foot, and Side Meat Dishes and Covers; Venison ditto; Double Dishes and Covers; Warmers for ditto; Wine Coolers; Epergnes and Plateaus; Soup and Sauce Tureens ; Spirit and Cruet Frames ; Coasters and Candlesticks; Knife-trays and Waterjugs.
29 April 1843 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FRENCH CHAMBERS—POLYNESIA AND PROTESTANTISM.

THE FRENCH CHAMBERS—POLYNESIA AND PROTESTANTISM.

On Monday the Minister of Marine presented to the Chamber of Deputies a demand of an extraordinary credit of about six million francs, to defray the outfit of the French in Oceania. He proceeded to state that France had no harbour in the Pacific where her military or merchant ve
29 April 1843 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GRATIS. TRINITARIAN BIBLE SOCIETY. The anniversary meeting of the above-named society took place on Monday in the Rotundo. Shortly before

GRATIS. TRINITARIAN BIBLE SOCIETY. The anniversary meeting of the above-named society took place on Monday in the Rotundo. Shortly before

one o’clock the Rev. H. E. Prior was called to the chair, when the proceedings were opened with prayer. The Rev. W. Stamford then read the report, which was follows : The steadily-increasing success which your committee have to acknowledge, in this their sixth annual * report, a
29 April 1843 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS.

ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS.

ROYAL COLLEGE SURGEONS. Winter Session opens MONDAY^ext, the 2fith instant. i x\ The Introductory Lecure wilt be Di. JACOB, at ONE o’Clock; and (he Pubnc on Comparative Anatomy will commence the following day at the same heur. -J. C. O’KEEFE, Registrar. EDWARD BROOKE, POULTRY, GA
24 October 1846 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WEWNKSnAT.

WEWNKSnAT.

Mr. Reynolds resumed the debate by showing even if Alderman Rult’a proposition were carried ruf, it would not give one additional representative to hit party. In reply to the charge of bigotry against the corporation, he instanced the appointments to the mayoralty, and the fact
24 October 1846 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REPEALERS OF LEEDS

THE REPEALERS OF LEEDS

The resolutions of the Leeds Repealers, published in our last paper, hare elicited this courteous reply trom the Committee:— Loyal National Repeal Association, Corn Exchange Rooms, Dublin, 16th October, 1846. Sib—The Committee hare read your letter of the 12th instant and the ac
24 October 1846 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland