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BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

BELFAST SHIP NEWS.

AR n IV ED. June ?? Austin, Ardrossan 11-Athlolle. (et.) D)avieo, Liverpool Q1e.een .\Avov. Newesatle. Stones 12-Dnukc or Coiridgo, (st.) Batty, London Atiroral, (0t.) Anderson, Glasgow SI way, (at,) Burton, Carlisle Robert, \:otson. Newry Victoria, Greer, Liverpool. salt Avrsli
15 June 1841 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH—YESTERDAY.

COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH—YESTERDAY.

CouTe OF QAEnd BENC -Yz1ibAt. 1 ?? - v , (Sittings at Nisi Prinus after Term, before Judge Crampton.) f Dixon v. Deane and Lmsuden. X This was an action of assault and battery brought by the plaintiff, who is a distiller, residing in Belturbet, in the county of Cavan, againstthe
18 June 1841 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
will not go without a Evening Mail.

will not go without a Evening Mail.

will not without a Evening Mail. AS COOK, or Cook and Housekeeper, respectable! Person, who understands her business in all their various brandtoa;, has no incumbrance, nor any objection to town or country; dtrstrfoetly understands the management a large establishment, saunas liv
16 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FCHISUMEKT or DEATH BILL.

FCHISUMEKT or DEATH BILL.

the motion of tbe Marquis NORMANBT, house resolved itself into committee on this bill. On the second clause being put, Lord moved that the offence of destroyim> attempting to destroy sacred edifices, should be excepted nam the operation of the bill. After short conversation, tbe
16 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MELANCHOLY SHIPWRECK—ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-EIGHT LIVES LOST.

MELANCHOLY SHIPWRECK—ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-EIGHT LIVES LOST.

take the following account of dreadful casualty from the Mercury, May 22 : It again becomes our painful duty record a calamity involving destruction of human life to awful extent. Four of the crew and passengers of the brig Minstrel, Captain Outerbridge, arrived here yesterday,
16 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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MONEY-MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY-MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

ABDEL KADER.—The Algiers correspondence of t!ie 2«4tb ult. states that Abdel Kader retains with him several Frenchmen, among whom is young man who was engineer at Algiers, and who, having adopted the religion of Mahomet, is a great favourite of the Emir, and has liecn appointed
16 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RECENTLY PUBLISHED.

RECENTLY PUBLISHED.

THE ANTIQUITIES OF EGYPT, with a particular Notice of those that illustrate the Scrip, tores. With numerous engraving*. d*o. 10s. cloth boards rpilE BIBLICAL ATLAS, containing Seventeen X Maps with Notices Super-royal Bvo. 6d. plain : 6d. ouaßnrs coloured ; 6s 6d. coloured drawi
19 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Extract from No. 2. —Ascending Scale of Premiums.

Extract from No. 2. —Ascending Scale of Premiums.

Extract from No. 2. Ascending Scale of Premiums. . First Five Yen*. Second Five Third Kiv» Fourth Five Remainder Years. Year*. Year*, j of Life.
19 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VISITING OR RESIDENT GOVERNESS.

VISITING OR RESIDENT GOVERNESS.

A LADY, who will be found perfectly competent to combine useful with a highly ornamental Education, wishes to obtain either the above engagementa. Children, who have been deprived of the fond solicitude of maternal attention, would, in Advertiser, meet with a most desirable acqu
19 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY OF LIMERICK.

CITY OF LIMERICK.

Mr. W. Roche— one of the excellent rcprcscnlativ of this city—avails himself of the present opportunity to return to private life. Mr. Jobs O’Briejs, of Elmvale, Mr. Pierce Mahont, Mr. Caleb Powel, and Mr. Martim Ho.vam, are severally spoken of as candidates ; but not one of the
19 June 1841 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland