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WANTS A SITUATION,

WANTS A SITUATION,

CLERK or BOOK-KEEPER, a Steady Man, w'ro can be well recommended; or, his Wife would take charge of a NATIONAL SCHOOL, being accustomed Tuition. Address, post-paid, to T. S. Hockley, near Armagh. /?
31 December 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EASTERN PRODUCTIONS. (Just Arrived direct from London.) WM. MARSH HAS the honour to announce that he has Consigned to him

EASTERN PRODUCTIONS. (Just Arrived direct from London.) WM. MARSH HAS the honour to announce that he has Consigned to him

for Immediate Sale, at his Rooms, 84, South Mall, Cork, a Select and Beautiful Stock of India China, comprising Rich Vases, Jars, Figures, Cabinet, Cups and Saucers, Bowls, Dessert Dishes, richly mounted Plates, Tea Pots, &c. An extensive assortment of Work* Boxesv Tea Caddies,
31 December 1839 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CHOICE AND GENUINE WINES,

CHOICE AND GENUINE WINES,

WARRANTED Unequalled in Quality by any house in the South of Ireland, to be had at THOMAS MASON’S, Wine Merchant, Marlboro’-st. THE MISSES YOUNG’S Boarding and day school for young LADIES. VACATION terminates, Jan. 2d. , 7, Grand-Parade, Dec. 31:
31 December 1839 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DANC 1 N G

DANC 1 N G

DANC 1 G MR. RIORDAN begs to acquaint his Pupils tha Vacation will terminate on MONDAY, Jan 1 tiary 6th, Mr. R. avails of the present opportunity to acquaint his Friends and the Public, that he continues to attend as heretofore to the Tuition of Private Families and Boarding Scho
31 December 1839 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
denominations. Were the Law Officers of the Crown hut faithful to their trust, should laugh scorn project so clearly illegal

denominations. Were the Law Officers of the Crown hut faithful to their trust, should laugh scorn project so clearly illegal

that developed at the Com Exchange ; but wo confess havo not tho slightest confidenco in men whose accession to office is notoriously attributable to the influence of O’Connell. Convention*’ be permitted to beard the Executive, and endanger the Country, Lord Ebrington will incur
31 December 1839 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
COM PAR ATI ▼ C PBICBS Of GRAIN.

COM PAR ATI ▼ C PBICBS Of GRAIN.

COM PAR ATI ▼ C PBICBS GRAIN. Dec. | Red Whear.i Barley, Oats, Oatmeal. 27. per cwt. f per cwt. per cwt. ( per cwt. Is. d. m. d.!t. d. s. d. s. d. t. rfi t. d. s. d. II 6-13 O' 8 9-9 3,7 10- 10 14 6-13 0 6‘ 8 6- 6 811 0-11 10 18:3-3; 9 6-IO 9 6 6-7 64 3- 4 8 9 4 1834] 7 0- 9 6 0-
31 December 1839 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
IMMEDIATE BENEFITS OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE RATES Reduced per Cent per Annum Lower than any other

IMMEDIATE BENEFITS OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE RATES Reduced per Cent per Annum Lower than any other

Office. CALCULATED K<tr¥TAm.E I»RI^CIPI.E» FOR EXAMPLE: grant For c»erj- £lOO deposited, this Awociation wit „ the Annuity placed opposite the Age of the party depositing. From and upwards, in proportion.
31 December 1839 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
FOREIGN STOCKS.— London, Sati boat, Dec. SB. Dutch, per Cents | Portuifucsc per Cents.... 23* Dutch per Cents 9»i Portufoese

FOREIGN STOCKS.— London, Sati boat, Dec. SB. Dutch, per Cents | Portuifucsc per Cents.... 23* Dutch per Cents 9»i Portufoese

5 per Cents... .33* 34 Colmblan, 1834 24* | Spanish Deferred 11* }
31 December 1839 - Dublin Monitor - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MK. o’c Sl'Km 11 AHUlbtitn I oM» EDITION’ OF TUB '* MONITOR,” SATURDAY) WHOSE GREAT INDUSTRY, ON THIS OCCASION, IIAVK

MK. o’c Sl'Km 11 AHUlbtitn I oM» EDITION’ OF TUB '* MONITOR,” SATURDAY) WHOSE GREAT INDUSTRY, ON THIS OCCASION, IIAVK

TO AC- KNOWLEDGE, On the motion of Mr. O’Connell, Dr. Murphy took the Chair. Mr. O’Connell rose ami said—Before procce.. address the meeting upon the subject for which I have convened if, I will give it the bulletin of the morning (laughter.) To-day the Liberals registered thirt
31 December 1839 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
RE-REGISTER—UE-»E(;ISTER,

RE-REGISTER—UE-»E(;ISTER,

The Sessions for Limerick Division will commence the Clh instant at Bn:IT. is requested by the friends th« Liberal Cause, that all who are entitled to Register will st« The Rev. Mr. Matthew ft the receipt of the following Minis from Hiigenejfe'wulfapfian, Esq., treasurer to the
31 December 1839 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland