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31 December 1839 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
PPER ORIER.

PPER ORIER.

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31 December 1839 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
REDUCED RATES FOR CATTLE.

REDUCED RATES FOR CATTLE.

Apply to the ST. GEORGE STEAM-PACKET C< Clarence-Dock, Livekpool; LEONARD WATSON. Warrenpoint; GODFREY k JOHNSTON, Ncwry. Newry, December 30, 1839. 300
31 December 1839 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
BLANKETS.

BLANKETS.

u. a3d WILSON, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LINEN DKArURS, No. 43. UPPER SACKVILLE-STREKT/y (I*ate of Castle-street,) ~ ESTABLISHED A.D. * RESPECTFULLY inform the Customers of their House they have just received a few Bales of the heat Witney Blankets, of every size and quality, which t
31 December 1839 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO SCHOOLMASTERS AND MISTI

TO SCHOOLMASTERS AND MISTI

■MTANTED, at mSehool attached to a in the neighbourhood of Liverpool, a MAN and his WIPE, without incumbrance, act in the above capacity. The salary, with perquisites accruing, amounts to per annum, but might be increased the Teachers’ exertions, and there are apartments in the
31 December 1839 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORN LAWS.

CORN LAWS.

A MEETING will be held at the Court House in FERMOY. for the Barony of Condons and Clonoibbons, on SATURDAY, the 11th of January, 1840, at Twelve ©’Clock, to Petition Parliament against any alterttion of the Com Laws, and to protect the Irish people against the conspiracy of the
31 December 1839 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
irkio? nwgistowy rests ' ,s l*'blnjr onreon- the entmtennnre jtiwen him (Lord Khrington) to the sham«M persec«Coi>« «•/ Captain Vign(4es;

irkio? nwgistowy rests ' ,s l*'blnjr onreon- the entmtennnre jtiwen him (Lord Khrington) to the sham«M persec«Coi>« «•/ Captain Vign(4es;

to not merely the acquittal the rrnrtird of Mr. Fitzgerald ; nod to the establishment «rf Captain Gieeson the Bench Justice, in an important colony., niter his dismissal in Ireland.” What effect the appoiotmcat Captain the office of Bar rack-master, in the Island of St. Lucia, a
31 December 1839 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
TO THE EDDITOR OP THE

TO THE EDDITOR OP THE

IT JI’RNAL. Sin—Altho Ime not no subscriber of yours, Brother and other Trends is: and so, I hop yill insart this Letter, which, and yir corespondints, will plaise anser till the best ov yir nolledge In the furst place, Sir, must no, that Ime regglar bread Meddical Gentleman. Mi
31 December 1839 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
BE LET, for ONE YEAR, from Ist FEBRUARY next, the TOLLS of the MEAT, FISH, and VEGETABLE MARKETS, subject to

BE LET, for ONE YEAR, from Ist FEBRUARY next, the TOLLS of the MEAT, FISH, and VEGETABLE MARKETS, subject to

all local Taxes (Poor Rates excepted.) to kept clean, and Lighted when necessary, by the Tenant. Payments to made Monthly, for which Security will be required. Sealed Proposals will be received until Twelve o’Clock, on THURSDAY, the 9th JANUARY next, by PITT SKIPTON, 9, Shipgvat
31 December 1839 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
littratuv*. ORIGINAL POETRY. VERSES. FROM A MAUBCRIPT BELONGING TO JAMES ALEXANDER BOTJ.R, ESU., OF DRCMUUIN. Oh, come to me beloved

littratuv*. ORIGINAL POETRY. VERSES. FROM A MAUBCRIPT BELONGING TO JAMES ALEXANDER BOTJ.R, ESU., OF DRCMUUIN. Oh, come to me beloved

one When vexing ernes annoy; And let also share the sun That lights thine hours of joy. The simple joys, the trifles gay, That have charm for thee, And soothe awhile life's weary way. Are they not dear to ? The shade of care must often rest I’pon thoughtful brow, And happiness,
31 December 1839 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland