Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 44,870 articles

. BEWARE of imitations nf P ‘°n« counterfeit thi* tnedicine in the fi*cm * * P«*rcbn«er» mu*t theretare observe that

. BEWARE of imitations nf P ‘°n« counterfeit thi* tnedicine in the fi*cm * * P«*rcbn«er» mu*t theretare observe that

I *7 hut •• Wafer*,’' and that the word* Dr. * (iT, * * *o the Stamp outaide each Box. »Um counterfeit have word* on the Par nrblinn these, a* mislead the unwary. CMj» , therefore observe <he above caution. Silv a «od Co., 1. Bride-lane. Fl**l-«treet. >’ Hd,. 2 Ud. end lie. per
July 24, 1849 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
LIMERICK ASSIZES

LIMERICK ASSIZES

COUNTY CROWN COUUT-F»idit At ten o’clock the J**«on the Court, -hen the long panel ’ * ! following jury e— ; Samuel Harding, f. ohn ’ Arundel Hill, ' H nry Harding, I J ot>n Maaoo. Thotoal Hill. 1 Wdliam llpton. William Maauo, j Koßart O John Carroll. f an Mr< Catherine Dillon,
July 24, 1849 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORPORATION

THE CORPORATION

On yesterday the Corporation met in the Townhall, for the purpose of adopting an address to her Majesty, on her arrival in Dublin. After considerable discussion which will be found in our columns, in which several members took part, it was ultimately agreed on to adopt that addr
July 24, 1849 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE OFFlCE—Saturd vv and Monday

POLICE OFFlCE—Saturd vv and Monday

POLICE OFFlCE— Saturd and Monday Edmond Heath, for stealing geese, informations ordered. Tnrce persons were fined for being drunk. Three vagrants got each days Imprisonment. James Sherry and Patrick Ryan, for being drunk, fined 3a. or 48 hours imprisonmertt. Uichd. Wallace, seama
July 24, 1849 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
LIMERICK UNION. THE Guardians of the Poor of the above Union m ill receive sealed Tenders up 12 o’Clock. and

LIMERICK UNION. THE Guardians of the Poor of the above Union m ill receive sealed Tenders up 12 o’Clock. and

not later, on WEDNESDAY next, the 25th in«t. for the supply of Best Coarse Ground INDIAN CORN MEAL, for Out-door Relief, to be delivered and distributed at the several depots in the Union, as may required from Ist August next, the 29iU September next. Samples to accompany Tender
July 24, 1849 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
r/KK .IM> LIFE

r/KK .IM> LIFE

.IM> LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. CAPITAL £600,000. TRUSTEES. Right lion. Karl Foatescue, Right Hon. Karl Morley, Right Hon. Lord Clifford, Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, Bart., M.P., Edward Dhett, Ksi)., M.P., Samuel Frederick Milford, Es«j., PRBSIUKKT. Codrington Parr, Estp, High Sheri Dev
July 19, 1839 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
REVIEW THE HRITISII COHN THE PAST WEEK. THE M UK-LA N KXPUESS.) During the of the past week the wrather

REVIEW THE HRITISII COHN THE PAST WEEK. THE M UK-LA N KXPUESS.) During the of the past week the wrather

has •ecu highly favourable for bringing forward lire grow- ing grain crops. The change from rain sunshine could not have come a more propitious time, the plant being now in bloom in most of lire large Wheat growing counties. The accounts received from different parts of the king
July 19, 1839 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
Ail* IS.VI. l'liul'U>KU n. MKASI HKS S:ifimlay uuim-rous f the National vasbiUl Holt-< ..urt. Fit*.*! street, Mitli tin* view taking

Ail* IS.VI. l'liul'U>KU n. MKASI HKS S:ifimlay uuim-rous f the National vasbiUl Holt-< ..urt. Fit*.*! street, Mitli tin* view taking

into considoratton tU,' day for the commence ment of the Sacred Month, or.Month of Host, which resolved upon large of their constitiieDts should held, oik of the ulterior nu&* surts. Mr. Osborne in the Chair. Mr. Lowrcy rose to propose resolution the ?uli* ject. He stated that t
July 19, 1839 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
YOUNG I.ADIKS’ SEMINARY, 54, (JEOItdE-STREKT, LtMEItICK. BV MISSES HOGAN. mil!-: course uf KiUiculi.in (as usu:il.) i.imprHOillit; aMiWof the '■ li,

YOUNG I.ADIKS’ SEMINARY, 54, (JEOItdE-STREKT, LtMEItICK. BV MISSES HOGAN. mil!-: course uf KiUiculi.in (as usu:il.) i.imprHOillit; aMiWof the '■ li,

KnMh, (Tciarr&p&y, History, Use of the Globja, &e. Fa«icy_w •»*, with cvirv accomplishmenl suii.iblo •tuuj'- Music, Drawing, Dancin'?, Writing, and AnthmßjMaught Mastera of the h iff host qimliticatlou m each feMPuncul The arraegetaente tur arecalcm®i«pi ll '' every a.lvani.fe.
July 19, 1839 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
ESCAPE FROM DROWNING.

ESCAPE FROM DROWNING.

On Saturday last about half past two o'clock, a fine young woman, about years of age, named Catherine Callaghan, fell into the river, a little below Baal's Bridge at the slip when she was washing some clothes. The current was running strongly the time, and she was carried along
September 24, 1839 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland