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July 10, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
THE IRISH CHURCH.

THE IRISH CHURCH.

The following memorial, on behalf of the stipendiary curates of I;Fland, has been presented to his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant : "The Memorial of the undersigned Stipendiary Cu- rates of the Established Clurrch in Creland, "Humbly Showeth—That.a very large share of the spirit
May 15, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
PINE ARTS.

PINE ARTS.

Sir Thomas Lawrence's portrait of "The Duke of Wellington, on the field of Waterloo," which was painted for Sir R. Peel, in 1825, has been removed from Drayton Manor, for the of being engraved by Mr. Cousins, and is in the mean time on view at Messrs. Colnaghi's in Pall-mall E a
May 15, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
THE LATE MURDER AT DAGENHAM.

THE LATE MURDER AT DAGENHAM.

It having been rumoured that Kimpton, one of the constables, who it will be recollected, gave false testimony before C. C. Lewis, Esq. coroner for Essex, at an inquest on the body of G. Clarke, the polleeconstable of the K division, who was so brutally murdered at Dagenham, in t
May 15, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
COMFORT FOR TENDER FEET, Wellington Street, Strand, London. HALL & Co., SOLE PATENTEES of the PANNUS CORIUM or LEATHER CLOTH

COMFORT FOR TENDER FEET, Wellington Street, Strand, London. HALL & Co., SOLE PATENTEES of the PANNUS CORIUM or LEATHER CLOTH

BOOTS and SHOES, for Ladies and Gentlemen. These articles have borne the test and received the approbation of all who have worn them. Such as are troubled with Corns, Bunions, Gout, Chilblains, or Tenderness of Feet from any other cause, will find them the softest and most comfo
May 15, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
THE GREATEST SALE OF AN;IYIEDICINES 'NITRE GLOBE.

THE GREATEST SALE OF AN;IYIEDICINES 'NITRE GLOBE.

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.—A very Wondelful Cure of a Disordered Liver and Stornach. Extract of a Letter from Mr. Charles Wilson, 30, Princes Street, Glasgow, dated February, ISth, 1847. SlR,—Having taken your Pills to remove a disease of the Stomach and Liver under which I had long suff
May 15, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
COUNCIL.

COUNCIL.

The Lord Ashley, D.C.L. The Ven. Archdeacon Dealtry, D.D., F.R.S., F.R.A.S. The Rev. Canon Dale, M.A The Rev. ( !anon Townsend, D.D. The Rey. Professor A. M‘Caul, D.D. The Rev. Professor Lee, D.D. The Rev. Professor Trench, M.A. The Rev. H. Christmas, M.A., F.R.S., F.S.A. The Re
June 5, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
STATE Or MR. O'CONNELL'S HEALTH.

STATE Or MR. O'CONNELL'S HEALTH.

Private letters received in London, as well as the =Mints which appear in the continental journals, are confirmatory of the apprehension that Mr. O'Connell, since his departure from Paris, has not as yet derived any material benefit from his tour, but that, on the contrary, owin
April 24, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
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April 24, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England
 
The esailent which constituted the chief article of Irish dietary was subject to many casualties—a late spring—an aried summer—a frosty

The esailent which constituted the chief article of Irish dietary was subject to many casualties—a late spring—an aried summer—a frosty

autumn—an early winter—would be ruinous to it; it was liable to be attacked by various diseases ; and, in fact, for years preceding the present, the potato crop had partially failed. Still, with a fatuity almost incomprehensible, no precautionary measures were adopted; and now t
April 3, 1847 - National Protector - London, London, England