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THE MAIDEN’S CHOICE.

THE MAIDEN’S CHOICE.

Genteel In personage, Honor maintaining, Conduct and equipage d»«<iaining, beriuge. Still eotertaiaiog, Geaerou* and free. Engaging and new. Bravp, not romantic. Neat, but not finical, beam'd, not pedantic. Sage but not cynical, ' frantic, Never tyrannical. This must be. But eve
11 March 1845 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
JOJIX BERNAL

JOJIX BERNAL

HAS Wen directed Mr. W. Dio to Sell Public and Strictly Unreserved Auction, the entire of these very Valuable Effects—including The Lease and Interest in the of Cahradromin, part of the Lands Bird Hill, the banks of the river Shannon, and within half a mile of O’Hricn’s Bridge,
06 January 1857 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
TIIF, BKAUTY OF TIIK STRAND.

TIIF, BKAUTY OF TIIK STRAND.

TIIF, BKAUTY STRAND. Tli<' following remarks the subject of Irish poetry or prosoJr, a.v.>i'.ipauieil the exquisite Irish lay which has been so exquisitely translated l»v our friend. Michael Doheny : *• rdh’nvinir is translation of a poem—if such it may be - now fur the time publ
06 January 1857 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONFERENCES.

THE CONFERENCES.

FOREIGN ISTELLIOEyCE. Tliere was another meeting of the members of the Conferences at the Hotel of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Paris, on Saturday. It hoped that this will Ik* the last sitting, and that pcrfeot'understanding will be come to upon the points which were under c
06 January 1857 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
TUESDAY EVENIN

TUESDAY EVENIN

LIMERICK LENT ASSIZES, 1842. Mr. Jostle* Torrens entered town from Ennis shortly after five o'clock on Friday evening, and was immediately waited on the Right Worshipful the Mayor, who was dressed in splendid robe of scarlet, trimmed with ermine and with large shoulder knots of
01 March 1842 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN, FEBRUARY 28.

DUBLIN, FEBRUARY 28.

To-morrow the Corporation will meet, and the flrst motion which will engage their attention Is one from Councillor Reilly, ** to take into consideration the propriety of petitioning Parliament to repeal the laws restricting the importation Foreign corn.” Lord Eliot has introduce
01 March 1842 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
LIMERICK UNION.

LIMERICK UNION.

fflllK BOARD OF GUARDIANS of the above Union will, before Eleven o'Clock, oa WEDNESDAY next, 2nd March, receive proposals for a supply //OATMEAL *m> CUTLINB, For (iff use of the Workhouse, up to and for the September next, to delivered in such quantities as the Master shall dire
01 March 1842 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

On the 21th Inst at Kathba-ie Coiraae. Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Horatio N. Seymour. Esq. aged years. the Ordnance House. Fetnard, county Tipperary. Lieutenant- Colonel Henry Ko»a Gore B. after 1 perio<l of declining heat h. Li. u«-Colonel Gore entered the Army in Ihejear Is
26 April 1853 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
I foot ■> la the comtnlsaioQ of atrocities at whioli hama. 1 phaddcra, permitted under the assumed shelter and the

I foot ■> la the comtnlsaioQ of atrocities at whioli hama. 1 phaddcra, permitted under the assumed shelter and the

perverted instrumentality of the law itself?’ Is the law to be allowed to suffer from the imputation of such base participation in, of feebleness ind impotence to rapple with enormous crime ? In a word is the whole law enforced m Irelaad-not > only ’that which is against the peo
26 April 1850 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
ft*, not that St. T»

ft*, not that St. T»

26 April 1853 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland