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April 26, 1853 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
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April 26, 1853 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
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II t/li,botli "iir tro >;>» -n • ih. v cv» r\ .rr M. «! wif *. ir i jvc t""r us au-l lor Uu-ir irouutrv oiircunsd.iliiui in ill lioiiMouh drcumslai.c-v«. uui.-.'t the cal-iiiiilka in>epar.iijle from war, m are : witnessing briiliart ami proof< of tins feeliUjj; ud tin) courage th
January 9, 1855 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
V, t VII Vn (i"«l / PRINTEn AN'D Pirm.ISHED > Jill. " ' *—^AT L,MKRICE ANO NENAGH. r

V, t VII Vn (i"«l / PRINTEn AN'D Pirm.ISHED > Jill. " ' *—^AT L,MKRICE ANO NENAGH. r

V, (i"«l AN'D Pirm.ISHED > Jill. ' *—^ L,MKRI C NENAGH. CJTUOLIC ChVRCII. RETURN OF THE POPE’ Evening. April history rth last two years has taught us set very littlo 1 net on any demonstrations of public opinion. But r »D- »xp*T ence have warmly enngratu• lilu Pope and his French
April 26, 1850 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
affirmation bill

affirmation bill

Mr. P. WOOD moved that the Speaker do now leave the chair, that the house might into committee upon this bill, and said that the principle embodied tins bill had been sanctioned in the last session, and as affirmations were permitted to taken Quakers and Moravians, there was no
April 26, 1850 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
[migration Xorlli America# W. T.APNCOTT AMD C0../V O HIPPING AND EMIGRATION AGENTS. LIVERPOOL. CONTINUE TO DISPATCH FIRST-CLASS YORK, every Five

[migration Xorlli America# W. T.APNCOTT AMD C0../V O HIPPING AND EMIGRATION AGENTS. LIVERPOOL. CONTINUE TO DISPATCH FIRST-CLASS YORK, every Five

Days. To NEW ORLEANS, every Ten Days. To BOSTON and PHILADELPHIA, every Days. and occasionally to BALTIMORE, CHARLESTON, lIAVANNAH, QUEBEC. AND ST. JOHN’S. Drafts for any amount at sight on New York, payable in any part of the United Slates. Tapscott’s Emigration Guide sent free
April 26, 1850 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
*oiiilit‘rn llofldt 21, SOUTH ANXE-STREEET, s) J DUBLIN. / / WM. WALSH takes leases to inform h»«'~Fri*nds and the Public,

*oiiilit‘rn llofldt 21, SOUTH ANXE-STREEET, s) J DUBLIN. / / WM. WALSH takes leases to inform h»«'~Fri*nds and the Public,

that he has made a REDUCTION in all the Charges of his Hotel, to meet the pressure of the tiroes. A Table D’Hote every evening half-past Five o’Clock. Soup, Fish, Joints, &c.. Is. Bd.; Beds, Is. and Is. 6. A fixed moderate Charge for Servants. N.B —Boarders taken on Moderate Ter
April 26, 1850 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
itimrnrlt rtlarlitt llotf.

itimrnrlt rtlarlitt llotf.

rtlarlitt llotf. The quantity of wheat market was not large. Purchasing was brisk, fully ruaintaioing our former quotations. Millers’, Is. 6U. to It. ; Merchants’, Is. 4il. to is. CJ. per stone, Oats, not abundant, at lOld. to d per stone ; some at9d. to l(kl. oats at to Barley 1
November 5, 1841 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK MARKKTS— Novbmar 4

CORK MARKKTS— Novbmar 4

CORK MARKKTS— Novbmar White Wheat. Od. 36«. 3d. per hrl.; Red 9*. I to 26* Od.; Barley, os. Ud. to 13*. Ud. per hrl. ; Oats 6<. O. o'. 6d.; ditto, (old) 10*. 6(1. to ll*. lOd. per barrel; Fork 38s. 6d. PRICE OF BITTER CORK. TUB MRRCUANTS. TO TIIR COLNTRV. First Ijuality 92* First
November 5, 1841 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ASSEMBLY HOUSE, WILLIAM-STREET,

THE ASSEMBLY HOUSE, WILLIAM-STREET,

the latter exhibiting a scene of the most animated character. The thoroughfare was completely blocked by mighty mass human beings, so congregated that they in manner depended upon each other for support as ihey passed to ami fro, pressed on by multitudes from behind eager obtain
November 5, 1841 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland