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ISSIONS TO RCOIVI 6SALCU Py»K WORKS AI’I’ROVFI) OF THE nj)UKSF.SSIB>S, AT TIIC tKOSHMKNTIO.NBIi TLACSk TO^* l Ayreeubiy to the Grand JuryA' i*, Cth and “ih\\ ilium IV, cap. llii, and 7ih c*p-J Till: Grand Jury Secreiary is now ready to sealed Tenders or Proposals hit Office. Mal
04 June 1841 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
TO MR. HUM HUEYS, NOTTINGHAM.

TO MR. HUM HUEYS, NOTTINGHAM.

Six-F. r nearly tvrenty years have been afflicted will pihia the h.-a'l, siekucss, other svmplums of disorthTcd stomach, for which have irie.l various lucdiciin-. u.| ol.uuif.l Unit* (if till}) lieni'tit, until imluee.l ty in.»Lr* .« trial tour valuulile Cuni nniK* I'iln, from *
04 June 1841 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
***>» ii. 1811

***>» ii. 1811

***>» ii. P. M’CARTHY. Groom. ,,a9 • * , the invitation of the electors of f Bainlet borough on radical principles, ia L*,l “'■ L“'hm*lon. iseued rani* of invitation for grand neat* t, ,,uor * 41 residence Cadton-gardeus, GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES io miiTiivMi: CORBETT AND Pa THI
04 June 1841 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
1 —For the best Ram of any age

1 —For the best Ram of any age

For the best Ram, two year old For the bc*t Ram, one year old 4 the best Pen of ibr e Breeding Ewes the best Pen of three Fat Sheep fi—For the best IVn of three Breeding Ewes that have reared Lambs this season .... 7 the best and cleanest crop of Swedis Turnips iu Drills not les
04 June 1841 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
RULES AM) REGULATIONS.

RULES AM) REGULATIONS.

All Competitors most Subscribers or Tenants to a Subscriber; and Stock will be allowed into competition which is not entered the Manager’s book three days prior to the Show, except lor the Baronial Fuzes, above. All Stock must bond fide the property of the Exhibitors, least thre
04 June 1841 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
FAIIIS IN ‘HE ENSUING WEEK.

FAIIIS IN ‘HE ENSUING WEEK.

CotNTV Limssick. —Monday, Uromure; Tuesday, Itslly> scantsn; Wednesday, Glin, Shanagulden; Thursday, '.ourt and Curragheen, Muunl|*elier. Clsbr.—Tuesdaj, Turlamorc and Hare; Thursday, town,Maurice’s Mill,Toorograny ; Frida;, Dounas. Turtaaßr.—Tuesday, bilvetniiaes; lay, Eorriso*
04 June 1841 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.]

TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.]

29 September 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

At Newmarket-on-Fergus. Mr. George Kitlle.—After embracing the Catholic faith, though abandoned his friends, and reduced to the greatest distress, appeared quite indifferent what the world could give take away, when conscious that his final and eternal destinies were being happi
17 July 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
BALLINASLUE FAIK,

BALLINASLUE FAIK,

Ballisaslob, Monday Evening. —Our fair has commenced splendidly—the weather gloriously fine, and all classes iu the best possible spirits. On previous occasions have seen this fair, but 1 never remarked such pleasing excitement the present has produced. All is busy—all is bustle
09 October 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
TO O’CONNELL, THE LIBERATOR.

TO O’CONNELL, THE LIBERATOR.

The address of the cotigregated trades of Limerick, —With that cordial and heartfelt wclcime with which children would hail the return of long absent and venerated parent, tender you our warmest and congratulations on vour arrival in our ancient city. For nearly half a century a
09 October 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland