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March 14, 1846 - Western Star and Ballinasloe Advertiser - Ballinasloe, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
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March 21, 1846 - Western Star and Ballinasloe Advertiser - Ballinasloe, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
(Written expressly for the Western Star.)

(Written expressly for the Western Star.)

(Written for the Western Star.) A FEW or INTIODCCTION• It happened, in the course of last winter, that I was dilated with a.. attack of that gentlemanly old disease. which, like most other gentlemanly old things, is daily becoming scarcer in the world—the gout. I had been always
March 21, 1846 - Western Star and Ballinasloe Advertiser - Ballinasloe, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
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March 28, 1846 - Western Star and Ballinasloe Advertiser - Ballinasloe, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
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the hon. gentleman that the object had not been lost sight of either by the government or the National Agricultural Society. Mr. WYSE wished to know if there could be any objection to lay on the table a copy of the charter of incorporation? Sir J. GRAB UI would furnish the copy
March 28, 1846 - Western Star and Ballinasloe Advertiser - Ballinasloe, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
I n , .•••• -' ALLINISLOE ADVEUTISEB. -........i • snood the pressure of the distress which weighed them down, much

I n , .•••• -' ALLINISLOE ADVEUTISEB. -........i • snood the pressure of the distress which weighed them down, much

of that bloodshed which their lordships had detailed to them might not have occurred; but so lung KS they had a namber uf destitute persons, without any interest in maintaining the law, and who preferred a mendicant's life to accepting such relief as the was willing to awd them,
February 28, 1846 - Western Star and Ballinasloe Advertiser - Ballinasloe, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
RAILWAY WORKS-COMBINATION.

RAILWAY WORKS-COMBINATION.

It is now more than two months since we stated, that a national combination was in progress of organisation, for the porpoise of extorting from Railway Companies and Cori- I tractors, a rate of wages which it would be ruinous in them to countenance. In some quarters our announce
February 28, 1846 - Western Star and Ballinasloe Advertiser - Ballinasloe, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
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February 28, 1846 - Western Star and Ballinasloe Advertiser - Ballinasloe, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
FROM OUR LOUGURFA CORRESPONDENT.

FROM OUR LOUGURFA CORRESPONDENT.

A public meeting will be held in Gort, on the loth instant, convened by the Magistrates and payers, for the purpope of applying to the Lord Lieutenant for a sum of money to enable theta to give employment in that neighbourhood to the labouring par, in order to alleviate the dist
March 7, 1846 - Western Star and Ballinasloe Advertiser - Ballinasloe, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
TEE WESTERN STAB AND BILLINISLOE ADVERTISER.

TEE WESTERN STAB AND BILLINISLOE ADVERTISER.

is a feeling possessed more or less strongly ,by all; and when rightly directed and restrained, is not only the ocession tif much unmixed good to others, but it is also the of many pure and delightful emotions to its reject which would be to follow the example of ' those stoical
March 7, 1846 - Western Star and Ballinasloe Advertiser - Ballinasloe, Galway, Republic of Ireland