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No. 386. —v01, xv.] [Sixpence FOR THE WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1849.

No. 386. —v01, xv.] [Sixpence FOR THE WEEK ENDING SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1849.

August 18, 1849 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
THE CULTIVATION OF FLAX IN IRELAND.

THE CULTIVATION OF FLAX IN IRELAND.

Ireland is no longer a stale subject. Its condition, its grievances, its fears, and its hopes are no longer voted to be bores, or avoided topics of discussion and study the politician and the philosopher. A new light has been thrown upon a subject that was once thought to have b
August 18, 1849 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
HBB MAJESTY’S VISIT TO THE LIKEN HALL, BELFAST.—(SEE NEXT FACE.) ttnloM.] only avail himself of this or that a.d from

HBB MAJESTY’S VISIT TO THE LIKEN HALL, BELFAST.—(SEE NEXT FACE.) ttnloM.] only avail himself of this or that a.d from

the pharmacopeia, but more found a prosperous manufacture than it can invent a now he must attend scrupulously to fresh mr, exercise, and diet, with plant. Still, much may done in the way of persuaJon and in cleanliness of body and serenity of mind. So with Ireland. She structio
August 18, 1849 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
port large quantities of (lax. It appears the official reports of Inc Hoard of Trade, that, for the six years

port large quantities of (lax. It appears the official reports of Inc Hoard of Trade, that, for the six years

ending the 10th of Octobci, 184. ;, the imports flax into Groat' Britain and Ireland amounted to 388,867 tons, of which the value was no less than £19,443,350 ; in addition to 1,500,000 quarters of flax-seed. Mr. Shaman Crawford, in a speech delivered in Belfast in 1846, compute
August 18, 1849 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
SEWED MUSLIX.

SEWED MUSLIX.

The Queen, on entering, was met by the Marchioness of Londonderry, who preceded to show her Majesty through the different departments of tins trade. The first branch to which her Majesty’s attention was directed consisted of the designing patterns and the preparing the same for
August 18, 1849 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 

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CAMBRIC DEPARTMENT.

CAMBRIC DEPARTMENT.

The specimens exhibited by Mr. Henning, of Waringstown, and Mr, Malcolm, of Lurgan, were much admired; as also some splendid fancy handkerchiefs from Lord Dufferin’s School at Killileagh, exhibited by Mr. Xocher, of Arthur-street. Printed cambrics, from Messrs. Andrew Mulholland
August 18, 1849 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
AUSTRIA AND HUNGARY.

AUSTRIA AND HUNGARY.

The occupation of Raab, which briefly noticed in our Postscript last week, regarded by the Austrians a terrible blow. All the artillery at Aatsh and Motslia was taken by the Hungarians, who took four batteries to Komorn, and spiked the rest. One battalion of the regiment Mazucch
August 18, 1849 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
PORTUGAL.

PORTUGAL.

The only news from this stagnant quarter is that of peculation of a very serious nature which has lately been brought to light in the Custom-house at Lisbon-some very high in authority are said to be implicated. The sum abstracted from the Sete Cazas (Custom-house) is about £70,
August 18, 1849 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
UNITED STATES.

UNITED STATES.

The news from the States by this week’s arrival is of little or no interest. The cholera still continues its ravages unabated. Three negroes have been executed at Charleston, South Carolina, for having knocked down a gaoler and made their escape from prison ! At St. Louis there
August 18, 1849 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
MRS. CROMWELL RUSSELL, OF CHESHUNT PARK, HERTS.

MRS. CROMWELL RUSSELL, OF CHESHUNT PARK, HERTS.

We have this week to record the demise of Elizabeth fOliveria, only daughter and heiress of the late Oliver Cromwell, Esq., of Theobalds, who was great-grandson of Henry Cromwell, Lord Deputy of Ireland, third son of the Lord Protector, Oliver Cromwell. Henry Cromwell, the Lord
August 18, 1849 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England