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HOUSE FURNISHING

HOUSE FURNISHING

selected with his usual attention to qual the lirsl Houses the Trade. The splendid Drawing and Dining-Room renders, Fire-Irons and Bias; magnificent display Paper Trays Urns ; German Silver and Sheffield, Baskets. Salvers, Candlesticks, rich display of Cut (Buss Ceiling, Table a
August 9, 1839 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
( MARKETS—Amt S. There was good supply of Butter at market, sold at 87s. to fuss, jtcr ewt.—Wheat. Us. (U.

( MARKETS—Amt S. There was good supply of Butter at market, sold at 87s. to fuss, jtcr ewt.—Wheat. Us. (U.

IN- («. per 'time : "at-. IM. IM.; Barley. (»h. tM. to Oils. Od. per harrel ; Her.-, ON. Ul. to ON. IM.—Second Flour. |Ns, IM. IoON.IM. per oat; Household do.. His. lU. to ON. Od.; Third do., litis. i > ON. Od. ; Fourth do.. JIN. Od. to ON. Ud ; Oatmeal. Its. "o. to ON. Oil.—Bae
August 9, 1839 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
TIIE LIMERICK REPORTER. TUESDAY, AUGUST 1 him, it had not been amply provided for the assurance of the government, might

TIIE LIMERICK REPORTER. TUESDAY, AUGUST 1 him, it had not been amply provided for the assurance of the government, might

easily be moved in committee (hear.) The Dulceof RICHMOND said did not object to the bill, but thought it extremely to lay down as general principle that those improvements should undertaken at the public cxjtente. He begged to remind their lurdshisps of the number of the poor S
August 13, 1839 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
twelve or fourteen rising towns, had been allowed opportunity of coming forward to express opinion on the ease. There never

twelve or fourteen rising towns, had been allowed opportunity of coming forward to express opinion on the ease. There never

was more just amazement than that which the people of Ireland had manifested at the conduct of the Chancellor of the Exchequer on this occasion. To such extent had the feeling reached, that his (Mr. O'ConnelTs) own eonstitutents had written him letter containing the most enormou
August 20, 1839 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
BUSINESS OF PARLIAMENT.

BUSINESS OF PARLIAMENT.

BUSINESS PARLIAMENT. have given the full particulars of the brave battle fought by Mr. O’Connell and few Irish niembers in the House of Commons, on Wednesday and Thursday, on the Bank of Ireland Char ter. Mr. Spring Rice is determined to persevere with this important bill after n
August 20, 1839 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE—August 1L

LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE—August 1L

LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE— August 1L The mild and genial stale of the weather for the last week has occasioned very dull heat trade, at Is. per quarter reduction, for both English and Foreign, from last Monday’s terras. Barley and Deans little is doing, with -short quantities at marke
August 20, 1839 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
ARRIVAL OF IHL OR EAT WESTERN*

ARRIVAL OF IHL OR EAT WESTERN*

ARRIVAL IHL EAT WESTERN* By the arrival of the (Ircal Western,’* which made her passage in twelve and a half days, we have accounts from New York to the Ist The most important intelligence relates to another com bination the cotton growers, backed the bankers, to keep the prices
August 20, 1839 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
IN AID OF

IN AID OF

THE FEMALE POOR SCHOOL, SEX TONS TJi EK Under ihe iljreution of llie SISTERS Till-: I’RESKNTATIOW ORDER. WILL Illi l-RKACHED ST. MICIIAKI/S CHAPEL, ON SL'SDAY AA'.Vr, THE 'M ISSTAST., At llalf-i»asl Two o’clock. preciscW, The V'vnj Rev. T. MATTIIER , Cork. In this school nearly
November 29, 1839 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
I.KAF WKK, IN CHINESE CATTY PACKAGES. rTIHESE TEAS consist of on.- description lII.ACK, the t»i*nuine IIUSVQI A MIXTI KC. and

I.KAF WKK, IN CHINESE CATTY PACKAGES. rTIHESE TEAS consist of on.- description lII.ACK, the t»i*nuine IIUSVQI A MIXTI KC. and

on. MONVUUA’S SMALL LEAF atnl are sold Chinese Caltj, Hall Cutty, aAI THE GENUINE lIOWQUA’S MIXTIJI/ tore \uriet) of the choicest Black Vail drunk by the celebrated Chinese Tea MerAanl it bears, and is distinguished from evcryAhor" Natl u.u. Aeomatic Fuaguance, conjoined strengt
November 29, 1839 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
NENAGH QUARTER SESSIONS,

NENAGH QUARTER SESSIONS,

The present Seeston# of Neosgh are the heaviest ever remembered Thev partake more of the character of general jail delivery than of Quarter Seaaion-. Several very aarious cases have been tried, auch robberies of sheep, c-wa, &c. Theae depredations have been in some bv the dearth
January 29, 1847 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland