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TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 1840, THE BOUNDARY QUESTION.

TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 1840, THE BOUNDARY QUESTION.

Mr. HUME asked whether there would be any objection, great anxiety existed on the subject, to give the house some information respecting the negotiations with America on the Main boundary question, what was the present stale of these negotiations, and w nether a favourable resul
May 5, 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
PETTY SESSIONS—Friday,

PETTY SESSIONS—Friday,

PETTY SESSIONS— Friday, The poor fishermen were tried at the prosecution of the Shannon Navigation Commissioners, for eel and salmonfry fishing; and Mr. Gnftilh, one of the commissioners, said, conservator of the river, he was determined enforce the law on every occasion. The cas
May 5, 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
CHIBEMENT BILL.

CHIBEMENT BILL.

•St. Jarlath's. Tuam, April 21st. 18JO. My Dear Sib.— I beg inclose you my mite of five pounds fur the O'Connell Tribute. From the Individual exertions we feel ourselves obliged make repair the ruinous effects of the unjust monopoly and religious ascendancy which labouring to re
May 5, 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
BUENOS AYRES,

BUENOS AYRES,

The Earl of STRANGFORD asked if the government were aware of the late arrival in Paris of a deputy from the government of Monte Video, offering to place itself under the French government, as the lonian Isles were under the British government. Lord MELBOURNE was not aware, but w
January 28, 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
WHITEHALL. Jan. .*1

WHITEHALL. Jan. .*1

'I l: r * Queen has been ph- i.-ril to 'l.r-t t letters patent to G • , . IKi (.'• Britain ami Ireland, nominatin'', presenting, and PI gtl i. .. Hciin p\B.lJ., to the Bi ho] ri( ■•t the si** Man ami Sodor, void hv the translation of the B' IJcv. iu God Dr. James Bowstead the Se
January 28, 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
SIR WILLIAM SO.MRKVILLE.

SIR WILLIAM SO.MRKVILLE.

congratulate ihe In-h people the strong prohaloliiv that exi-ts of the speedy elevation the peerage of Sir Somerville, ;!.•• well kwoww tried mead Ireland. The people of Drogheda have reason proud of such representative, and sure are the House of Lords v ill not possess wanner s
January 28, 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
house or lords-itudav

house or lords-itudav

house The Marquis LONDONDERRY inquired whether Sir Lacy Evans had j. ' Madrid mission respecting of the Spanish Legion, if to, he should notthiuk il necessary to bring individual cases before their Lordships. .wo ml MELBOURNE said Sir De Lacy Evans had gone to Madrid to press his
May 12, 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC CHURCiI IN ENGLAND

CATHOLIC CHURCiI IN ENGLAND

CATHOLIC IN ENGLAND The Rev Mr. Scully, that pious and exemplary clergyman, who has lately been zealous in this and the surrounding counties, founding branches of the In-titution for the Propagatioa of the Faith, is. it is said, appointed by the Right Rev. Dr. Briggs, V.A.. the n
May 12, 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
LIMERICK I'KPOHTETL TUESDAY. MAY J2. IsiO 1 11 H I NQfFtST.

LIMERICK I'KPOHTETL TUESDAY. MAY J2. IsiO 1 11 H I NQfFtST.

LIMERICK I'KPOHTETL TUESDAY. MAY J2. 1 11 NQfFtST. Wednesday evening six o’clock, ajnry—composed fourteen gentlemen resident in the neighbourhood of Bark-lane, • which Mr. Dawson was chosen foreman —was einpannclled before Mr. Higgs, deputy coroner for Westminster, at the city He
May 12, 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD BHUESFORD.

LORD BHUESFORD.

The following is extracted from the last number of the Wex/urd Independent, from which it would appear that the lands in question have passed into the possession Lord Bcresford; The unfortunate people of Kilcloney, county of Carlow, consisting seventeen families, were ejected on
April 24, 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland