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ROYAL VISIT TO WOOLWICH

ROYAL VISIT TO WOOLWICH

ROYAL VISIT WOOLWICH The Q'U’cn 1 I’nnci \Hktl «r.-nt to <lwi<rli Friday to inspont the troo;i>* irtercl lliere ; and also the arlilh rymen d and disabled from llie Hr.Ri.is. Friday F.vksiso. —(J- \Ved» 11 for Paris Wodnrsd ty The wishes lli netfotiaiio ■!* lo su«p'-nded for a wh
13 March 1855 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
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\lr. Uirri-I.T requires a few alterations ourt Ifiii-e, wldeh I consider most requisite. Ttie special works gr.inted Truer assizes, expect. •r.: be !>• fore May. Tic mirks now are taken at fair pric*«, and I expect a corspq'ieiit improvement in their ex> cutinn. The r.iflic the
13 March 1855 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS

NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS

NOTICE is hereby given that the ordinary Half-yearly General Meeting of the Shareholders of this Company will le held at No. 5, Catherine » placb. Limeb:ck, on Sat can at, the 23rd day of iFEBROAar irat. the hour of Two o'Clock, p.m., toj receive Directors reports and statement
12 February 1856 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
Keflned Sugars.

Keflned Sugars.

THE Undersigned it now Landing u Sarah,** from Antwerp, the balance of his SUGAR, Contracted for the Low Rates of July and August, and which is now resolved on Selling from the ship*s side Moderate Prices close sales. Also, Large Quantity of East India, and Crushed Sugars for Sa
12 February 1856 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
RULES FOR HOME EDUCATION.

RULES FOR HOME EDUCATION.

The following are worthy of being placed ia a co tpicuous position in every household : 1 Fioni your children’s earliest infancy you must inculcate the necessity for instant obedience. 2 Unite firmness with gentleness. Let your children understand that you mean exactly what you
12 February 1856 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
H SMITH, Newspaper Office, 9. Exeter ’Change, Strand, supplies clean copies of the Tim?.?. Post, Jhrald, posted on the Erening

H SMITH, Newspaper Office, 9. Exeter ’Change, Strand, supplies clean copies of the Tim?.?. Post, Jhrald, posted on the Erening

of Publication, at per quarter; Seecond Dav, The Illustrated Lan&tn Sewn. 7s. A list of all the London Papers <rnt fey enlosing one stamp. P. O. Orders payable to H. Smith. Strand Branch, London. August 17.
21 August 1855 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS,

DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS,

Ayledaffe, otherwise Foyleduff, is situate about eleven miles from Thurles, Dundrura, and the Limerick June* tion respectively—all stations on the Great Southern and Western Railway,—and about the same distance Killaloe, the Upper Shannon, and is within even miles of the post an
27 June 1856 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
REMUNERATION TO THE TEBASITBEI.

REMUNERATION TO THE TEBASITBEI.

The question of remunerating the Treasurer for increasing duties was referred the finance committer, and some other matters routine nature having b.t: disposed of, the Council adjourned. NENAGH QUARTER SESSIONS. CRIMINAL COURT- Wednesdav Mr. Sergeant Howtey took his seat on the
27 June 1856 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
INDICATOR TUESDAY EVKN'ING, AXTGVST 21

INDICATOR TUESDAY EVKN'ING, AXTGVST 21

INDICATOR TUESDAY EVKN'ING, AX T G V ST 21 them foreign soil mix with the polluted dregs of great cities, and forget the God who made ' h< th country that bore them ; while the English Government looked with scarcely exultation the ruin of its ancient and unconquerable Eish enemy
21 August 1855 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
Waterford and Limerick Railway.

Waterford and Limerick Railway.

Special Excursion from Limerick to Elunkitt for Water• furd, on Sunday, IDA September, 1853. OPENING OF THE WATERFORD & IRAMORE RAILWAY. rpHE Public arc informed that a Special Excursion Train will leave Limerick at 7 a.m. on Sunday. th September, instant, calling at Tipperary 7
06 September 1853 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland