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ADDRESS TO THE QUEEN.

ADDRESS TO THE QUEEN.

The address to Her Majesty has received the following signatures since we last adverted to the subject:—The Earlsof Huntingdon and Mountcashell; Sir A.Brooke, M.P.; Mervyn Archdall, M.P.; W. Ormsby Gore, , M.P.; Sir Robert Gore Booth, Sir Nugent Humble. The Earl of Rosse has ref
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ClLera. MEETING PARLIAMENT. are authorised to state that Parliament will meet fur the despatch of business the 31st January, 1850.

ClLera. MEETING PARLIAMENT. are authorised to state that Parliament will meet fur the despatch of business the 31st January, 1850.

—(j lob* 1 -. PROTECTION—WM. ORMSBY GORE, ESQ., M.P. TO THE EDITOR THE DUBLIN ISO MAIL. Sir—Although but few of our beggared Irish landlords can follow the noble example of Mr. Ormsby Gore (to which you justly referred in the Dublin Evening Mail of the 24th), and by paying half
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MAGISTRACY.

THE MAGISTRACY.

Patrick Gilmour and Harts? Nicholson, Esqrs., have upon the recommendation of Sir E. A. Ferguson, M.P., Lieutenant of the oounty, been put upon the commission of the peace for the county his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant Ireland; and, upon the same recommendation, and the same
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ENNIS UNION.

ENNIS UNION.

rpHE BOARD OF GUARDIANS will, on SAi TURD AY, the 12th of January next, receive Tenders for the’supply TEN TONS OF YELLOW PINE TIMBER, of Best Quality, to be delivered at the Workhouse in such quantities and such times as the Board may require. They will also, the same day, rece
December 31, 1849 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS,

TO CORRESPONDENTS,

Our Subscribers and Friends should bear in mind that our Establishment has been removed to 41, Eng- Tish-street, head of College-street. This duy’a pajter end* the year 1849, and as ire are desirous to dose our accounts for that period, we have to to request, that all who stand
December 31, 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
LIGHTING ENNISKILLEN WITH GAS.

LIGHTING ENNISKILLEN WITH GAS.

The stagnant pulse civilixation in this town got slight impetus on Monday night. Darkness that has, on every moonless night, settled on its streets, was startled*from its repose and, amid the shouts of men, yells of boys, and screamed out joy of laughing girls, passed away for o
December 31, 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE YEAR 1850.

THE YEAR 1850.

ebrmnjj MONDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1849. The dawn of to-morrow will usher in one of the most eventful, and, in all probability, the most disastrous years that "through ages of sorrow, deserted and darkling,' ever opened on this unhappy land. How many hun-> dreds families of all ranks,
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORN TRADE.

THE CORN TRADE.

Hrix, Wednesday, Dec. 26 usual st this season of the year, business in the grain trade has been almost suspended, and will remain so until the turn of the year. Transactions have been quite of a retail character, with a general firm feeling. The weather has been variable—- from
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Muscular Strength. —The muscular power of the human body is indeed wonderful. Turkish porter will trot a rapid pace, and

Muscular Strength. —The muscular power of the human body is indeed wonderful. Turkish porter will trot a rapid pace, and

carry weight of six hundred pounds. Alilo, a celebrated athletic of Crotona, in Italy, accustomed himself to carry the greatest burthens, and by degrees became monster in strength. It said that he carried on his shoulder an ox, four years old, weigh-* ing upwards of one thousand
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMAGH GUARDIAN, MONDAY. DECEMBER 31, 1849. MOST IMPORTANT GEOGRAPHICAL DISCOVERY.

THE ARMAGH GUARDIAN, MONDAY. DECEMBER 31, 1849. MOST IMPORTANT GEOGRAPHICAL DISCOVERY.

Among the opening prospects of Africa—if Lord Grey's blight can arrested—the grandest geographical discovery of modern times has just been announced, that—namely, of the Great Inland Lake so long supposed to exist, to the north of the Cape. The following extract letter from the
December 31, 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland