Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 3,197 articles

THE LATE STORM.

THE LATE STORM.

TSIOMAsTowN-The seat of Edmond H. Naghten, Esq., J.P., was completely stripped, and it is calculated that 1,000?. worth ot timber was completely blown down in the demesne, which is exceedingly extensive. JOSSCSITOWN-The residence of D. B. Kelly, Esq., J.P. A great quantity of tr
14 January 1839 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
St.

St.

EXTENSIVE KALE AT “THE SACKVILtE-HOLSE" OF Fancy Good*, Haberdaahcry, Hoaiery, Stationery. Cabinet Wmk, French JfWfllery. German l- Vfumtry. Plated Ware, CutJery. Combs Dtuthes Berlin and Lamb's Wool, Rug Worsteds Cmwaas Patterns Slippers and French Satin Shoes real India Silk H
12 January 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LATE CALAMITY.

THE LATE CALAMITY.

THE House, Furniture, and entire Stock in Trade of Mr. D. Lawrence, No. 9, Nassau-street, were utterly destroyed the Storm on Sunday night, and the lives of himself and his family miraculously saved; the benuraknt Public need no more to induce them to step forwaiviAhe Christian
12 January 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
i«n GRAND CANAL. Company Undertakers of the Grand Canal . are required meet at the Company's House, Williamtreet. V. the

i«n GRAND CANAL. Company Undertakers of the Grand Canal . are required meet at the Company's House, Williamtreet. V. the

Gib dsv of JANU A K Y a f, 'whe o Clock Nucn. for the purpose of taking into cotiMticraiion the propriety empowering the Couft«.» Uirrclors to is.ue I.oiil Hilirnturrs of llic yfKV' Currency, lira of tlic o„t-t.radi'. ;t l)cl>cnluro. of Lurrcnc, m surli |iioportions tlicy shall
08 January 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
adjourned sale OF sue„ v WM S.'HAMILTON «nd CO. wißiaa-L AUCTION, in William Hune and Ofice. Commercial Buildings oo TUESDAY,

adjourned sale OF sue„ v WM S.'HAMILTON «nd CO. wißiaa-L AUCTION, in William Hune and Ofice. Commercial Buildings oo TUESDAY,

JANUARY, 1839, •» One o’Clock. Hhds. of Sugars.
08 January 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

View results found in British newspapers

Can you uncover your family story in our news archives?

View now Close
RODERICK CONNOR.

RODERICK CONNOR.

N.B. The above Sale is further Adjourned Monday the 14th day of January ne*t, at the hour and place above mentioned when the same will peremptorily set up to Sold Dated I llh December. I****. For Rentals and particulars of Title, application to I* msde to Messrs Walshe and Scul
10 January 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF WATERFORD MEETING—MR. O’CONNELL.

COUNTY OF WATERFORD MEETING—MR. O’CONNELL.

COUNTY OF WATERFORD MEETING— MR. O’CONNELL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE DUBLIN EVENING POST Sir, Waterford, Jan. 9. . AS Chairman of a numerous and respd|ukl«County Meeting held this day at the Court.hoUie,R»*he pur* pose of receiving our Member, Mr. Power’s, to the request of his Const
10 January 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Sources. 1838

Sources. 1838

Customs Excise Stamps Taxes Post-office Crown Lands. Miscellaneous. Advances for Public Works 4,523,278 3,590,864 1,544,400 1,579,028 376,000 Total Income 11,801,931 Increase on
10 January 1839 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr. IgxatiusCallaghan said, it was known, that Mr. L. Finn, Mr. J. Martin, and himself, had been appointed Treasurers and

Mr. IgxatiusCallaghan said, it was known, that Mr. L. Finn, Mr. J. Martin, and himself, had been appointed Treasurers and

Trustees of the funds the Society, some time after its formation. They had very minutely examined the accounts; and could say, that he had never met with greater particularity even in the smallest items. (Load cheers.) Both his colleagues agreed with him in this. He then read th
12 January 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COLERAINE

COLERAINE

HURLEY takes leave to return his sincere thanks to his Friends and the Public, for their kind patronage, since his commencement in the above line ; and to inform them, that he is regularly supplied with an Assortment of the Best West of England Cloths and Cassimcres, Trouser Stu
12 January 1839 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland