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31 March 1849 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
INQUEST ON A MAN SHOT AT A WRECK.

INQUEST ON A MAN SHOT AT A WRECK.

INQUEST A MAN SHOT AT A WRECK. [from a correspondent.] On Saturday last au inquest was held at the Police Barracks of Aughadown, on the body of John Murphy, who was shot on the previous Wednesday by George Moore, a coast guard officer, stationed Baltimore.— From the evidence i' a
05 January 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY PRESENTMENT SESSIONS—Yesterday.

CITY PRESENTMENT SESSIONS—Yesterday.

CITY PRESENTMENT SESSIONS— Yesterday. The Justice* anil Cess-payers appointed to consider the Presentments for the Spring Assizes, assembled yesterday, in the City Grand Jury-room, The Mayor presiding. The first application on the schedule was that of Richard Dowden and Thomas Je
05 January 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
QUEEN'S BENCH CHAMBER.-Wednesday.

QUEEN'S BENCH CHAMBER.-Wednesday.

Englith and olhert in error v. the ~ '' Mr. Justice Crampton sat Chamber yesterday 10 receive bail for the plaiotiffs in error io this case. They were convicted the Dublin commission in June fast under the act against illegal drilling or training, and writ of error being sned ou
05 January 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT AND UNRESERVED AUCTION. Of 3r*d Stock, oomprisiog 14 Cow* Calf, 4 Heifers, 1 801 l two year* old, Yearling

IMPORTANT AND UNRESERVED AUCTION. Of 3r*d Stock, oomprisiog 14 Cow* Calf, 4 Heifers, 1 801 l two year* old, Yearling

C4lv**, several Pigs, Shop, excellent Mar* with Foal 10 old got Whalebone, capital Mule and Cart lie. He, at WILLSFORT, Balliovoskig. (On* mil* from Douglaa, and ten minntea walk from Mr. Lane'a Charcb, WEDNESDAY n*xt,. Jan 10 and following Day a. MR. EVANS baa been favoured wit
05 January 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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DUBLIN DAILY STOCK AND SHAKE LIST. TIDUDiT, (JsetUßT .4. vcRDt. | Htook E*. I Royal Es. per Cent. Consols ..

DUBLIN DAILY STOCK AND SHAKE LIST. TIDUDiT, (JsetUßT .4. vcRDt. | Htook E*. I Royal Es. per Cent. Consols ..

.. .. I per Cent . Stock .. .. M|j .. ( Bank Slock .. .. .. 1 MIMILUIIOn. British * Irish Co. 40 . 4 p«r City Debentures .. I .. .. | Wlcklow Copper Mine .. | I MAILWAVS. I Dnblln, Belf. snd Colcrsine Jnc. I .. ISi » Inl. Dublin and Drofheda .. .. |2B I Mid. Gi. West, ft Kl.Cana
05 January 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEATHER—THE CROPS—THE CURRENT PRICES.

THE WEATHER—THE CROPS—THE CURRENT PRICES.

©toning FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1849. The recent unfavourable change of weather has, we understand, been chiefly limited to Dublin and its vicinities; but wherever else it may have reached, the rain has fallen with benefit to the late sown potatoes, and the green crops in general. Wh
31 August 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHURCH.

THE CHURCH.

The revenues of the deanery of Tuam, vacant the death of the Very Rer. Thomas Carter, will, stated, be transferred to the Ecclesiastical Board in aid of the funds for the augmentation of small benefices, after providing for the efficient discharge of the core souls in the severa
31 August 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN MARKETS—Thursday, August 30.

THE DUBLIN MARKETS—Thursday, August 30.

The Bacon Markets, Yesterday—We continue to betarsely supplied with home-cured bacon, especially heavy, which we not! 4. to ss. per cwt. lower; light kinds also have experienced a decline of 35.; American hardly inquired after, and prices, therefore- nominal For these we bare al
31 August 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH POOR LAW COMMITTEE.

THE IRISH POOR LAW COMMITTEE.

f i 110i ?4$0*ktwo I '1(roir oag eu ?? c&R6ESVONDENT.) The Commons select comrnittee;' appointed to inquire into the operatifon of the Irsh poor law, 'hId ?? this afternoon -Sir John Young presided. There was a very ?? of mebsbers, and th6io'eedingstjunderstasd, .cassed Lafgpoqd~
26 February 1849 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland