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RETURN OF IRISH BANKS OF ISSUE.

RETURN OF IRISH BANKS OF ISSUE.

An Account, pursuant to the Act 8 and 9 Viet., Cap. 37, of the Amount of Bunk Notes authorised by Law to bo issued by the several Banks of Issue in Ireland, and the Averoge Amount of Baik Notes in Circulation, and of Coin held dur. ing the FouLr Weeks endiog Stturday, the 14th.
31 August 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Miscellaneous.

Miscellaneous.

3ftEflailrnig. PLAINEST ROA D.-Choose ever the plainest road, it always answers best. For the same reason, choose ever to do and say what is the most just and the most direct. This conduct will save a thousand blushes and a thousand struggles, and vwill deliver you fromn those se
31 August 1847 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
It easy to form any utisieetory of the cun pitxion of the retvns so far u they hate proceeded, at

It easy to form any utisieetory of the cun pitxion of the retvns so far u they hate proceeded, at

one does aot know exactly in what sense to receive the terms cm. ployed to indicate the political tendencies of some the mem hers. A Whig Journal (the Eccniny Pul Saturday) class!. Set them thus All the English and moat of the Scotch boroughs have made their returns. We have, al
11 August 1847 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
CASTLEISLAND.

CASTLEISLAND.

On the Suadey previous to the election for this Conniy, young priest officiating in Caatleisland chapel, earaed every who would support Mr. Herbert. Since the election the tenantry of Ur. Herbert attempted to light bond re in honor of the event. To this the mob were meet violent
18 August 1847 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
“ Who fling* mut'dirt 1

“ Who fling* mut'dirt 1

Who fling* mut'dirt w« would back th« Iriab brooiaitiekf, hauilUd «■ know it would be, ai{«init all the beaama in Southwark, or in Marylelione either. Not a neat-haoded Paillia** in London could twirl mop with bin. Go it th*n, John, Shoulder jour Urojmetiiik at once-, without wai
25 August 1847 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 

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ARMY CONTRACTS.

ARMY CONTRACTS.

L- CoionasAniAT Orncu, IS, PATaicu’s Bill, Chri, Slri Jut,. 18*7- NOTICK to aH Pcnom daaten Contracting supply BKKF and MUTTON Her Usjeriy's Land Forces in Cantoamems, Quartsn, nod Bana*| the undermentioned Counties, te. to fwtohd.vb.^- CORK (exeeptiog Cork City.ffqtfovaat, and
25 August 1847 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE HOUSE AND DEMESNE OF

THE HOUSE AND DEMESNE OF

THE HOUSE AND DEMESNE TROONORE, Sihmtid wftUa Aw Jtffaafar’ ffatt if lit SPA. TUB HOUSE eonteiu Three Sittiag Room!, Ret beat Bed Rooms, Three Scrraata* Rooma; goad Kitcbea, with eooplsle Range and Steam Apparatoe attached, with two Lar. ders. The Kitefaen aad mil the Back OBoas
14 August 1847 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE GREATEST SALE

THE GREATEST SALE

m mem this globe. A VERY WONDERFUL CURB OF A DISORDERED LIVER AND STOMACH. Bxtrart of a Lotto from Ur. Charlet Wilton, 30 Prinet't Street, Glatgam, dated February 18,1847. To PmopKiaOß Hollow bt. Sis—Having taken jpourPilli to remove a di• ease of the Stomach and Lives, under wh
14 August 1847 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
Metira. Boarley Redeate (Mr, Walttr'a piopoaer and Meander} Mr. O’Coanor were cbair«d ,r in the cfening, aniidat the plendita of

Metira. Boarley Redeate (Mr, Walttr'a piopoaer and Meander} Mr. O’Coanor were cbair«d ,r in the cfening, aniidat the plendita of

the whole population, grant bare of the coaotry people being prceedt. CoxTUta as.— The hietory of recent eleetione fur Nottingham it curious one. In 1841, preriooe to (ha diatplation of Par)(am'edt, vacancy occurred for due borough, when the late Mr. Walter con* Vetted the eeat
04 August 1847 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
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04 August 1847 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland