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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
 
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
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT,

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT,

HOUSE OP COMMONS— Speaker took the chair four o’clock. FACTORIES BILL. Numerous petitions against the educational clauses of the factories bill were presented. IRELAND. Mr. W. S. O’BRIEN rose to ask the Chancellor ol the Exchequer whether it was the intention of her Majesty’s go
30 May 1843 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
EJECTMENT ON TENANTRY

EJECTMENT ON TENANTRY

have received a communication relative to the wholesale ejectment of more than two hundred human beings from their little holdings, to which we shall only this day briefly direct attention, comprising upwartls of twentyfive families on the estate of Colonel Wtndham, in the count
30 May 1843 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
twelve or fourteen rising towns, had been allowed opportunity of coming forward to express opinion on the ease. There never

twelve or fourteen rising towns, had been allowed opportunity of coming forward to express opinion on the ease. There never

was more just amazement than that which the people of Ireland had manifested at the conduct of the Chancellor of the Exchequer on this occasion. To such extent had the feeling reached, that his (Mr. O'ConnelTs) own eonstitutents had written him letter containing the most enormou
20 August 1839 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
BUSINESS OF PARLIAMENT.

BUSINESS OF PARLIAMENT.

BUSINESS PARLIAMENT. have given the full particulars of the brave battle fought by Mr. O’Connell and few Irish niembers in the House of Commons, on Wednesday and Thursday, on the Bank of Ireland Char ter. Mr. Spring Rice is determined to persevere with this important bill after n
20 August 1839 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE—August 1L

LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE—August 1L

LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE— August 1L The mild and genial stale of the weather for the last week has occasioned very dull heat trade, at Is. per quarter reduction, for both English and Foreign, from last Monday’s terras. Barley and Deans little is doing, with -short quantities at marke
20 August 1839 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
ARRIVAL OF IHL OR EAT WESTERN*

ARRIVAL OF IHL OR EAT WESTERN*

ARRIVAL IHL EAT WESTERN* By the arrival of the (Ircal Western,’* which made her passage in twelve and a half days, we have accounts from New York to the Ist The most important intelligence relates to another com bination the cotton growers, backed the bankers, to keep the prices
20 August 1839 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland