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TUAM UNION.

TUAM UNION.

On Wednesday last, the guardians of this onion held their usual weekly meeting in the board room of the workhouse—Robert Bodkin, Esq., chairman, presiding. lord glengall's petition. The Chairman said they were already aware that he had received on the last day of meeting, from L
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
II K G II EAL .1 I NEW ROAD. LONDON. LAkISO.VS VEGETABLE IMUBS.iI MEDICI.NES I, AnH b.j1.1) ARMAGIJ TZx. John

II K G II EAL .1 I NEW ROAD. LONDON. LAkISO.VS VEGETABLE IMUBS.iI MEDICI.NES I, AnH b.j1.1) ARMAGIJ TZx. John

Thompson, **
December 31, 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
UNCLE BENJAMINS SF.IIMON.

UNCLE BENJAMINS SF.IIMON.

Not many hour* ago I heard undo Benjamin fli«- cus'ing this matter to his son, ho of pre»»ure. •» upon it. Sammy,” said the old man a« he leaned l>i<t staff, with his grey locks flowing In the hreezeof May n.orning, •* murmuring pay bills, i have been an'observer many times thes
December 31, 1849 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
“ Free trade and a reduction of rents.”

“ Free trade and a reduction of rents.”

Free trade and reduction of rents.” CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. We have received Cape of Good Hope papers to the 3d of November inclusive, but the intelligence they contain differs very tittle from that supplied by many of the late arrivals from that colony, Thepeopleatlarge maintained mo
December 31, 1849 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

I COIVMBRCIAL INTBL'IGBNCB. | Saturday Fvening. The present being holiday week, and this year even duller than usual, scarcely anything presents itself for comment.' In produce nothing of any consequence has been done, and in shares little i more. The opening prospects for the ne
December 31, 1849 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROTECTION MEETING IN GALWAY.

PROTECTION MEETING IN GALWAY.

T ~ I I. . . I Y.. ?? In pursuance to the requisition whieh had been addressed to. the' high sheriff, the, meeting that he accordingly con- vened, of the inhabitants Of the cosshty'ofthe towin of Gal- way, was held in the Town Court-house on' Wednesday'.-' The meeting was miserab
December 31, 1849 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROTESTION MEETING AT MAILOW.

PROTESTION MEETING AT MAILOW.

- . - - - .. - - . (15hiitP~ ~ Cot'l.s'noser'." i- - ., - meeting was yestrday co nve4*QitW. , Aw .Hotel, in the town of MlllowI; of d it g ,er!gothd- ing property id the pour .1ev unienof MallowD who. wei favoirable to the protectionuof the- gots1rgl ad.commre. cisl interelts of
December 31, 1849 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of 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