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ARghoStcpewnear Rathkeale, county Limerick, the lady of Henry G Ot~h~eth Bnanrt at CalsteoAbabesy, Derbishlre. the lady of the Georg Cree, Hrt MP., f a eug ntef. r, h lb dy oi SPt 11ev W. . Cr~thaite vicr ?? a dau hter OCatrr 1st instant atigInlca, the lady of Edvard Odell, Esq.,
31 December 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN POLICE—YESTERDAY.

I DUBLIN POLICEYESTERDAY. ;, HEAf OFI'FCE, e HOuRsE STEAI5NG.-A man named Edward Bourke was i. brought before the magistrates at this office yesterday, ons r, charge of. having stolen a horse, the property of Michael i Caldwrell. D The complainant stated that he had the horse in
31 December 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JONATHANISMS.

JONATHANISMS.

I -| JONATHANtIS. DounaE FARMERS-The Siamese twins have purchased a farm in Wilkes county, N.C, and gone to farming it in real earnest. They drive a dauble team, and ought to raise a double crop. EDITORS TO OFFIcE.-Governor Seward is importuned to appoint half the Whig editors of
31 December 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Dublin, Fuidav, Dec. 27— Grain, frc —As usual, at this season of the year, our supply of all Grain, this week, is very small. cannot note the least change 5n prices, Best Wheat bringing to 425, down to for inferior. Best Oats, 13s to 16* far light inferior. Malting Barley, 22s to
31 December 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ECLIPSES.

ECLIPSES.

the year 1840, there will be two Eclipses of the Sun. and two of the Moon; neither of whicW however, will be visible In Ireland. paxes or Irish stocks, , Saturday, Dee. 28, I-39. Mono. Tuk.-. eU. i hurt. u*. »a. •8 • .1 * ont. Con- I , Htoek —.... i Heduourl.... I f)<.. New. I p
31 December 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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the »ame *u'j- acrimony than nho- irgumenl* you advance. are precisely those i conversational discus* siderably shaken. Per* fights are concerned, contended for a univeririnciple put forward in in letter ; but, I th greater precision, the cercise of the prerogative houlJ have wr
31 December 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

Dee., hvthe Jsmes M dUtan, Mr. Joseph MTord, to Vary J me, daughter of Mr. M*Cord, both Trummery, *!. Broom Hill, on the 27th Dec.. Mr. John Call well, of LlmaflUen. nail*mens to Mrs Cooper, relict of the late Mr Sijnnel Cooper, of Belli-t. ana third dau<hl.r os ihe Ute Mr. Robe
31 December 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEATH OF LORD LASCELLES.

DEATH OF LORD LASCELLES.

Intelligence has been received of the death of Lord Lascelles, eldest son the Earl of Harcwood. Lord L. had resided |for some years on his father’s estates in the West Indies. A# Lord L. ha<* left heir, the Hon Henry Lascelles, Goldborough, becomes Lord Laacclle*. —Leeds Mercury
31 December 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
state of wales.

state of wales.

state wales. The London papers of Saturday contain letters from Monmouthshire, describing the organization the Chartists” very formidable, with rumours of meetings the hills attended 40,000 nu-n— *• threats tg cea*e working"—conspiracies to release Frost an his fellow prisoners,
31 December 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PEEL CLUB DINNER AT GLASGOW.

PEEL CLUB DINNER AT GLASGOW.

The Glasgow University Peel Club gave their fourth anniversary dinner in the Trades’-hall Monday even•ng. The Club was established on the of December, 183(1, for the purpose of annually commemorating the election of Sir Robert Peel the office of Lord Rector, of promoting Conserv
31 December 1839 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland