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THE CLARE JOURNAL ENNIS. MONDAY DECEMBER W.

THE CLARE JOURNAL ENNIS. MONDAY DECEMBER W.

Wim Troubl..-- Pr.T. t.U *«;• whit i» the etute of those te»r« ? . ‘® •race !’• Wh.t-wh.t U It, S, saspense !” Why. I h.T, .p«.d » f J 0 lettcre, sup poem to myeelf. CerUmly « looked moteUkoMre. than Mr.” •« » harm con th W e it, a wife’, opeamf her hueband . letters ?” No harm
December 31, 1849 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN STOCK EXCHANGE—Saturday.

DUBLIN STOCK EXCHANGE—Saturday.

«OTKR*M*!IT PCSDS. STOCK EX. ROYAL 3 per Cent. C0n5015......................... ....« Ditto for opening 96fl ...... per Cent. Stock Grand Canal Stock (New) | 22 MI9CKLLASKOUB. PAID. Copper Mine (5'.) J ...... Consumers' Gas &S RAILWAYS. PAID. Dublin and Belfast Junction (40?! 5i
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POOR LAW.

POOR LAW.

POBTUXMA QUARTER SESSIONS DEC. 27. (from correspondent.) There were several appeals from rates, struck in the Poor Law Unions of Loughrea and Bailinasloe, on the ground of oyer valuation. The Magistrates having heard evidence of over valuation on the part of several appellants i
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRIVATE EDUCATION IN ENGLAND. TO THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY. Beneficed Clergyman, M.A., of much experience in tuition, married, and residing

PRIVATE EDUCATION IN ENGLAND. TO THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY. Beneficed Clergyman, M.A., of much experience in tuition, married, and residing

beautiful and healthy part of Hertford, •hire, sixteen miles from London, receives a limited number of Pupils, as members of his family circle, who are prepared by himself for the Public Schools, Universities, or such pursuits in life as require the education of a gentleman. He
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SIR ROBERT PEEL HAS SPOKEN!

SIR ROBERT PEEL HAS SPOKEN!

Cork Crammer* MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 31,1849. Here are his words " There can, 1 think, be no question that the effect " of the recent changes of the law in respect to the free " import of the main articles of subsistence will be to " maintain range of low prices in average sea
December 31, 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
. _ __ At THxwiniam-ptace, the lady the Rev. Wm. Gabbett, Pra. bendary BaUyliwty. Of « eon. Me. 23, Wieklow,

. _ __ At THxwiniam-ptace, the lady the Rev. Wm. Gabbett, Pra. bendary BaUyliwty. Of « eon. Me. 23, Wieklow,

the wife Dr. A. Nolan, ata eon. Dec. 2*, at No. », Bleaaington-et., the lady Denw Ploeaoc* M'Ortiiy, Kaq., Barrialer-atUw, of * daughter. the CO. Donegal, Un. the wife Wm. Meredith, Eat)., Bab-ln»pector CaaMahaiarye taoo. MARRIAGES. On ChrtotiDM D«r, Bleimemlle, by the Rer. A. B
December 31, 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ST. VINCENT'S SEMINARY. UNDER THE PATRONAGE OP THE RIGHT &EV. DR. DRLANY. TUDIES will be RESUMED o> MONDAY, the '

ST. VINCENT'S SEMINARY. UNDER THE PATRONAGE OP THE RIGHT &EV. DR. DRLANY. TUDIES will be RESUMED o> MONDAY, the '

JANUARY, 1840. thia should ant the *y* ANN KJBLLY who, ten ago, Bred ia the Neighbourhood of CHESTER service, ike requested to arnicate her Addresa to A. A.. Pott Office. CHESTER. An Poet Office, CHESTER. rilltl.l AHUIOAM arnica her Addreas THEATRE ROYAL, COOK STREET. Moet poeit
December 31, 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
REDUCTION IN THE ARMY.

REDUCTION IN THE ARMY.

REDUCTION THE ARMY. --•'wv* av»i illfl Anmi. The Morning Chronicle have heard from anthority, upon which reliance can be placed, that the contemplated reduction of the army will be to the extent ten thousand men, but the details of the manner in which it is proposed to effect it
December 31, 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.

We (Herald) have received Cape of Good Hope papers to Novemlier 3, inclusive, but the intelligence they contain differs very little from that supplied by many of the late arrivals from that colony. The people at large maintained the " pledge but the government had always obtaine
December 31, 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MACROOM UNION.

MACROOM UNION.

At the Guardians meeting on this 29th Dec. Robert Nettles, Esq., Chairman. ®* ATB or t he House—Admitted daring the week, Discharged, 31; Died, 2; Remaining, 1306. General average, lid., including Hospitals. The Guardians resolved to advertise for a Rerisor to revise the Valuati
December 31, 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland