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left I »n their I Imallock ,if lhci*e erty gi'O huin-tne I matar.cO ’i I Haro C

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

WaiKiMl,

4 S Salesman, a Young Man, who thoroughly undcr- J\. stands the G« n#ral l)rape»y, 4 C -. Trade.* Also, as Grocer, Young .Nl*n having perfect knowledge of his business. Apply, with reference, Sue. 4c., to William Meara, Birr. A respectable, educated Lad would be taken as Apprent
26 April 1853 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
\>%v i.oiulon ♦Jewellery.

\>%v i.oiulon ♦Jewellery.

i.oiulon ♦Jewellery. Comprising Armlets, Bracelets. Necklets, Broaches, Neck Chains, Alberts, Bings, Bins, c. R. WALLACE, George’s street. BEGS to announce his return from the London Market. with first-rate assortment of the above Goods and solicits early inspection. Duplex, Leve
26 April 1853 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
M A Kin AGES.

M A Kin AGES.

A Kin AGES. the Friends* Meeting House. Cahir. Edward Walker, K»q Leeds, merchant, lo Celia, youngest daughter of the late George Fennell. Ksq. of Cottage. Cahir. county ipperary. Mar)lelione. Edward F. Satlhcrwaite. Esq. eldest son of the late Edward Saitherwalte. Ksq. of Manche
26 April 1853 - 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
 
ON VASSXGE

ON VASSXGE

ON One Thousand Tons of BEST COALS, per Eliza Ua». Victoria Dove, John anil Mary, Margaret, ami the Ant, i^uVunMi-uiu. The Imi»ort(‘r.
09 January 1855 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
TIIF DANUBI AN PROVINCFS.

TIIF DANUBI AN PROVINCFS.

TIIF DANUBI PROVINCFS. Our advices from Jassy to the ult. inform us that the Muldo Bessarabian frontier has been hermetically closed, that communication from one country t » the other absolutely impossible. Merchants of Moldavia. though armed with the passports, have been unable
09 January 1855 - 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