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COALS.

COALS.

02 October 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
FROM KILRUSHi

FROM KILRUSHi

0 F.May 30 Morning. 3 Saturday Morning. 5 A.ondmy ' “<»»>."«• 6 Tuesday ,8 * Morning. 7 Wednesday Morning. 8 Thursday 0 Morning. 9 Friday Morning. JO Saturday ° Monday After, 13 Tuesday 12 Noon. 1 Wednesday ter * Thursday J2 After. 16 Friday . ' Morning. 17 Saturday Morning. 19
02 October 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PROGRESS OF TEMPERANCE,

THE PROGRESS OF TEMPERANCE,

THE PROGRESS TEMPERANCE, ro the editor of the limerick reporter. Sir—l sure the subject of this letter one that will prove most gratify ing to you and your most numerous subscribers. At Mr. Battv’s Circus’thc other night—and in the midst of the agreeable entertainments of that ev
24 September 1839 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
TUB UEVKM'K

TUB UEVKM'K

FOREIGN JNTELLIGENCI hare Madrid letters ami papers of the C-'-th. The of tl ■ Queen’s journey were satisfactory. Instead ol directly Barcelona, the Queen Regent propos'd stop at the baths of for the benefit of her daughter’s health. The dispersion of bands, and the fallen state
10 July 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
POIITIGAL

POIITIGAL

The Tagus steamer, which arrived «t Falmouth brings advices from Lisbon to the -Hh u't. Ihe Real has resigned the office Minis? .ifcair«, and other changes the cabinet are anlicinatcil, icrclal treaty betvri Poi Said fto the tapis. Nothing has yet been done in the tenate, owing
10 July 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
GREENWICH AND ITS ROYAL VISITORS

GREENWICH AND ITS ROYAL VISITORS

Matters have undergone little alteration since the witty, and somewhat malicious, observation of the Frenchman was received as a proverb ; for though our “hospitals may be palaces,” the converse can, in the present day, only be admitted as a falsehood. That the change is for the
10 July 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRICAL CHIT-CHAT.

THEATRICAL CHIT-CHAT.

Haymabket Theatre.—Mr. Cuari.f.s Keake’s Benefit. —” Bravo, bravo ! Kean, Kean !” the congratulatory cheers which greeted the bcnejiciare, Friday night, are still ringing in our ears. We never remember have witnessed more signal triumph. The stage at the fall of the curtain pres
10 July 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
IN AID OF

IN AID OF

THE FEMALE POOR SCHOOL, SEX TONS TJi EK Under ihe iljreution of llie SISTERS Till-: I’RESKNTATIOW ORDER. WILL Illi l-RKACHED ST. MICIIAKI/S CHAPEL, ON SL'SDAY AA'.Vr, THE 'M ISSTAST., At llalf-i»asl Two o’clock. preciscW, The V'vnj Rev. T. MATTIIER , Cork. In this school nearly
29 November 1839 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
I.KAF WKK, IN CHINESE CATTY PACKAGES. rTIHESE TEAS consist of on.- description lII.ACK, the t»i*nuine IIUSVQI A MIXTI KC. and

I.KAF WKK, IN CHINESE CATTY PACKAGES. rTIHESE TEAS consist of on.- description lII.ACK, the t»i*nuine IIUSVQI A MIXTI KC. and

on. MONVUUA’S SMALL LEAF atnl are sold Chinese Caltj, Hall Cutty, aAI THE GENUINE lIOWQUA’S MIXTIJI/ tore \uriet) of the choicest Black Vail drunk by the celebrated Chinese Tea MerAanl it bears, and is distinguished from evcryAhor" Natl u.u. Aeomatic Fuaguance, conjoined strengt
29 November 1839 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
WAR OFFICE. J as. 84.

WAR OFFICE. J as. 84.

Hegimont of Light Dragoons—Lieut, the Hon. 11. S. Blackwood, from the 81th, to be Lieutenant, vice Mitchell. who exchanges. Coldstream l oot Guard—Lieut.-Col. the Hon. E. St *pf°rd, from the half pay of the Light Dragoons, Captain and Lieutenant •Colonel, vice 11. Armvtage, who
28 January 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland