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The Postage to Ihtbodcced ox the I Oth of Jaxgaut.—On the tenth of next month, and from that time forward

The Postage to Ihtbodcced ox the I Oth of Jaxgaut.—On the tenth of next month, and from that time forward

(see the Treasury minute)* any letter, not weighing more than half an ounce, will be transmitted from any place in the United Kingdom, to any other placo within the Fame, at the cost of one penny. This the most splendid reform of the day ; and the men who effected are entitled t
31 December 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
. MARKETS. ‘' SIKITS, AND MALT IN <'f>mpariiig»|bc. official returns up to last Thursday, with made date in last year,

. MARKETS. ‘' SIKITS, AND MALT IN <'f>mpariiig»|bc. official returns up to last Thursday, with made date in last year,

the remit is follows, namely ...In (Jape wines, there has been decrease the consumption this year of 995 gallons, as compared with the same period in hist year. Clar,t. Burgundy, Champagne, and other French wines, the difference in the consumption, between the two years, has bee
31 December 1839 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

„ ar i. papers of Saturday have been received The press .0(1 its Uiianimoue animadversions on the British actors in continu Mauritius, and in demands tliat ample justice t!, u,l them the ministerial journais competed done upon v auainst the English,'’ suzeeslm? 'noUiinz short of
31 December 1839 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
vol. XXIX. IRISH METROPOLITAN CONSERVA- TIVE SOCIETY. This Society held its usual weekly meeting last evening, at No 19, Dawson

vol. XXIX. IRISH METROPOLITAN CONSERVA- TIVE SOCIETY. This Society held its usual weekly meeting last evening, at No 19, Dawson

street. It was very numerously attended. John Swanzy, Esq., the chair. After the admission of some members, anti tlie minutes of the last night’s meeting being read. A recommendation of the Committee was , thatthe standing order should be rescinded, for tb purpose of idmitting S
31 December 1839 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
TIDE NOTE PASSAGE.

TIDE NOTE PASSAGE.

ARRIVED. 4 28th, Manlius, of Quebec (7(.3), Hodge Cardiff, Waterford, coals lit staves; Malcolm, of and for Waterford (102). Pond, Llntielly, coals; Brothers, of Brisham (113), Ty rer, Swansea, ditto, ditto; BetsPy, of Swansea (146 i. Luly, Cardiff, ditto, ditto.-29th, Osprey (s
31 December 1839 - Waterford News Letter - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
otter+ D. 'fbointom. M Murphy.

otter+ D. 'fbointom. M Murphy.

J. J acob. 75 pockets hops Order. Ospaay (steamer), J. Stacey, Bristol. 164 bars iron T. S. Grubb. 110 bundles hoops J. liurle - y - . -- 6 dozen bellows, 1 hhd h. ware D. Clancey. 70 bars iron P. WHickey 3 hhda dye, 16 bars iron 1 chest J. Jacob. 5 mats bottles W. M. Ardagli. 1
31 December 1839 - Waterford News Letter - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

BELFAST NEWS-LETTER.

?? N5!l'r4Wq-LETTER. Blt,LPAST, TUE SDAY, DECEABER 3t. RENEWAL OF AGITATION. SPEECHES OF MIr. O'CONNELL. WE have given in anotier colutin a report of the loading passages of a speech delivered by Mr. O'Con- nell on Thursday last, at a meeting of the Dublin Trades' Political Union
31 December 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ORIGINAL POETRY.

ORIGINAL POETRY.

ORPIINAL PCE r ?? THE MAIDEIN'S BOON. By r. Rz'ie. IUDDELL. "And she sail, give me iere Johl Bniptist'siead inca chlarger.' The fate of the dainsel who made this rcquest, as related by Nicephotus, is somewhat rerirarlkable. HIe says, that some years nfter the bebeliaog of John th
31 December 1839 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

COVE CORK—DEC. 28. 1839—WIND N. Arrived —Aid, 77, Atteridge, Bristol, general cargo. Richard N. Parker, Belcher, Newport, coals. Argyle, 89, Davis, do. do. Sailed—Speck, Hammilton, Marseilles, do. Orleans, Watson, Newport, ballast. uec. 29— wi.vd n.«. Arrived—Victory. Steamer. U
31 December 1839 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. O'CONNELL IN’ DT'BLTN

MR. O'CONNELL IN’ DT'BLTN

Bravely and gloriously does the good work proceed. T proceedings at the Corn Exchange, on Saturday, are nor* important in the facts which were staled, and the stunning truths told, the illustrious Leader of what will become once again the National Agitation, than even those of t
31 December 1839 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland