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THE TREE EtfiCTORS OF THE COUKIT OF UMEKICK. Gchtlcmeu, , I THE lamented deatli -of n>y f '« Uyc, Mr.

THE TREE EtfiCTORS OF THE COUKIT OF UMEKICK. Gchtlcmeu, , I THE lamented deatli -of n>y f '« Uyc, Mr.

Lloyd, made vacancy In the epr*- sentation of your County—allov roe ««y CandidaU fill that very respectable situation. Hy conduct, when you did roe the honour Parliament, before you—it has ever been honestly to discharge duty ; and should you important trust me, I hope you will
01 January 1830 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIMERICK ELECTION.

LIMERICK ELECTION.

Mr. Dawson is l»y comhineH intoreMNuf Clare, Dunr.iven, Messrs. Momell, Lowe and secondary note. Colonel O’Grady has’the support of Lords Char v lie, Cloncurry, South well, and Aldburough, Mr, G.i«coigne Oliver, Mr. Piggott, Mi. Waller, and several detached ime»ens, addition lo
01 January 1830 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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01 January 1830 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRICALS

THEATRICALS

Drury lane. Kean performed Ruhard on Mom ay night to a full iiouse, but the gods wanted the pantomime, the whole pantomime, and nothing but the pantomime ;” nor would they listen even «o their favourite. He took their hint accordingly, and .walked quietly through the part to tbe
01 January 1830 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DIED,

DIED,

On the 26th ultimo, of d dine, at the residence of her mother, near Black rock, Margaret Rebecca, wife of Vaughan. Pcndred, jun. Barraderry, county Wicklow, Et-q. and daughter the late Humphrey Ffrettch, E'q She was perfectly conscious of her situation from the first, yet bore'
01 January 1830 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REPORTED ROBBERY AT ST. JAMES'S PALACE.

REPORTED ROBBERY AT ST. JAMES'S PALACE.

II A morning paper of yesterday gives the whole true and particular account of a daring robbery stated to have taken place at the King's Palace, and that the decorations of the very Ihrone had, among other booty, been carried of. It was even stated that precautions had some time
01 January 1830 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

On yesterday tnnrninp, in Cnrr-street, I.itneriek. Mrs. Clarke, relict of Hie late Mr. Thomas Clarke. In Francis-street, I.itneriek, Mr. Istuie Williamson, Mate oT too Kelsick Wood, Workington. In Nicli.das-stres't, I.imerick, Mf. John nod Mrs, OTirieo, relict of .Mr. J. O'Hrieo
01 January 1830 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
SEVERITY OF THE WEATHER.

SEVERITY OF THE WEATHER.

SEVERITY THE WEATHER. *t*vetea wintcr-as the present turns out to has nisi been experienced for many years. Cnnd-n Paper. Doth birds and animals from the warmer climates, which arc inmates the Zoological Menagerie, have suffered severely during Ihe event Ibid. The weather continu
01 January 1830 - The Pilot - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TORT OF SLIGO.

TORT OF SLIGO.

AUUTID—DXC. 53. Amity, Beay. from Glugow.—Tkiatle, Graham, from GU»gow.—Jamie. Barkiie. from Bal- Ute.—24,—Viue, M’Nail. from . 25, Matilda. Miuto, from Wick.—2B, Bctur* M.’£cltam, from Cardiff—Cottager. Roger, from Glasgow.—2s.—Vintage. Frazer, from Wick—2o,Albion, Richie fromG
01 January 1830 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
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to!L if, & *§f

to!L if, & is C 1 -I ,1.1 ;ilj lli^- kiij |up.Ti relative t,» s.i,« ii von lia.J the Win Ijif-ts l>‘ '••ml me. I thank yoa wi r nun :: tVm, y<"* r arrrjit.ihle 1, w ! ) ,i (i >otni>a*'t*‘il them, liiif'4 nr inahi i(v :n i i4i -t t»|* ,u <ls vvlta! 1 'ln,aid 1,1 tt.e <■ real ('.a•
01 January 1830 - Limerick Evening Post - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland