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DINNER KII.HE A TO THE REV. PATRICK O’NEILL. (r«OM ot it own cußKEsr«»Nm;sT.) Thursday,the l7iluo*t.,thefrifnds«.fthe Rev. Patrick O’Neill, of Gortmacraoc,

DINNER KII.HE A TO THE REV. PATRICK O’NEILL. (r«OM ot it own cußKEsr«»Nm;sT.) Thursday,the l7iluo*t.,thefrifnds«.fthe Rev. Patrick O’Neill, of Gortmacraoc,

in Kilrea and its vicinit v. entertallied that gentleman at a public dinner the Mercers’ Hotel, previous t«» his departure reside in the part'll of Kileoo* Protestants, Presbyterians, and Catholics, Orangemen. Conservatives, Radicals, and Repealers, all attended. What a pleasing
30 June 1841 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JaiMt PubliMhed, price Ok.,

JaiMt PubliMhed, price Ok.,

PubliMhed, price Ok., Illustrated \cith above Twenty Plates, by A. W. Pugu^ THE DUBLIN REVIEW: No. XX. L. contents: Art. I. Von Wrangel; Navigable Polar Sea. 11. The Present State of Ecclesiastical ture, with numerous illustrations, A. Welby Pugin. 111. Mental Epidemics. IV. Spor
30 June 1841 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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30 June 1841 - Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR BELFAST.

FOR BELFAST.

Every Monday, with Goods and Passengers; and every Friday, with Passengers only. Apply the Company's Offices, and 16, Eden-quay. M Malta, from Southampton the Ist of every month.—The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company's steam frigates,"under contract with her Majes
30 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO FARMERS.—HAYMAKING AND CORN HARVEBT. ♦' None but very slovenly Fanner would without good Rick Cloth, for it certainly ia

TO FARMERS.—HAYMAKING AND CORN HARVEBT. ♦' None but very slovenly Fanner would without good Rick Cloth, for it certainly ia

one of the roost useful things can nave upon his Pmniae*. It not only In Hay time and Harvest time that wants it; the benefit of it in one awkward day, with the Threshing Machine, is equal to the cost."— Gardener's Gaxttle. RICK COVERS, with or without Poles, of every dimension;
30 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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EQUITY EXCHEQUER.

EQUITY EXCHEQUER.

PURSUANT to the Decree her Majeaty's'Couxt Exchequer Ireland, made in thia Cause, bearing date the 18th day of January, I*4o, and subsequent Order, bearing date the 16th day May. 1840, 1 will, MONDAY, the 12th day of next, at the hour of One o'clock in the Afternoon, the Auction
30 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
D. and F. CoacoiAa, 59, Letts.

D. and F. CoacoiAa, 59, Letts.

D. and F. CoacoiAa, Letts. LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE-MONDAY, Jen 28. The arrival 3 of mil kinds English grain hare been very short this morning's market. foreign there is 9,743 quarters, but no arrival of oats barley. The wheat trade is more animated. English samples have been taken o
30 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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30 June 1841 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN : WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1841.

DUBLIN : WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1841.

lon, per Rev. Mr. Smith, P.P. From A'ery Rev. N. O’Connors’ collectors, 0 3J 6 0 0 1 1 8 1 2 0 Maryborough F. Haly, Esq., Joseph Dunne, Esq., Killone Per Rev. President of Clongowes Wood, (by Mr. B.) 310 0 £46 13 3 DIOCESE OF KIELALOE. Subscriptions from Koscrea, per E. S. Egan,
30 June 1841 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GENERAL FEMALE ORPHAN-HOUSE, lI.V THE Governesses beg leave to present thanks to the Rev. Doctor O’Giaily, D.D., and Rev. E.

GENERAL FEMALE ORPHAN-HOUSE, lI.V THE Governesses beg leave to present thanks to the Rev. Doctor O’Giaily, D.D., and Rev. E.

M ‘Sweeney, 0.5. F.C., for their eloquent and impressive Appeals, delivered on SUNDAY, 28th FF-. liliyAßY, 1841, for the above useful and tahlishment, M *' They also pray the Collectors to accept acknowledgments, through whose kind exertions the sum of 1421. Os. lid. has been re
30 June 1841 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland