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DEATHS.

DEATHS.

On the in*t., in Mungret-street. after long and tedious illness, Mr. Thomas N'amsra On Sunday evening, of fever.at his house mGeorge-street, sincerely and deservedly regretted, the beloved wife of Mr. T. R* Troosdell. . , At Tarhert. Mr. Charles tiocerely and deservedly lamented
May 11, 1847 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
REPORT

REPORT

Of the Deputation appointed the Council t-* confer with certain mem l era of the Loval National Repeal Association, in order to about a rc-organization of the Repealer* of Ireland. With a view of explaining the origin of this necrotiatlon your deputation think it advisable to he
May 11, 1847 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
tracts :

tracts :

“Parsnip—The Hollow Crown is the best aoHT . Parsnip a most valuable vegetable and in my opinion one of the best substitutes for the pojato, the deepest part of the land must be chosen, and immediately prepared in the following manner:—by d‘ep ploughing, or digging from 12 18 in
February 23, 1847 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OB' COMMONS—Thursday.

HOUSE OB' COMMONS—Thursday.

HOUSE OB' COMMONS— Thursday. Colonel VERNER postponed for a fortnight calling the attention of the government to the importation and sale tire-arms in Ireland. Mr. Hume moved for statement from every Gas Company established by act of parliament in the United Kingdom, slating the
April 27, 1847 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
the limerick report S.VII.ISG OF L'.S. SHIP "JAMESTOWN. IRISH GRATITUDE FOR AMERICAN GENE- UOSITY. (from the southern reporter.) On Thursday

the limerick report S.VII.ISG OF L'.S. SHIP "JAMESTOWN. IRISH GRATITUDE FOR AMERICAN GENE- UOSITY. (from the southern reporter.) On Thursday

afternoon, punctual to an early announcement, the gallant Ship took her departure from our Harbour, after fulfilling, so fur, noble and worthy a mission ever vessel was engaged in. From early hour of the morning much bustle was observable at our quays, thougn perfect order and t
April 27, 1847 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
RUMOURED RECALL OF THE LORD LIEU

RUMOURED RECALL OF THE LORD LIEU

tenant. Thirc »re seme most extraordinary rumours afioat at tlic clubs respecting the courtly muTeroenta ofyour Irish Viceroy, but as they implicate more than one visitant at Dublin Castle, ami the rural lodge Ihenix Park, 1 forbear giving them publicity, at least until further
April 27, 1847 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
lit m desire or expect to obtain the legislative indepen- ticnlar article • . , . n or v ('hear

lit m desire or expect to obtain the legislative indepen- ticnlar article • . , . n or v ('hear

hear). 1 c.n u..^ expect to succce.l, de.lre to succeed (hour her). ' endeafour.ng CmnrJer promote We hare repeatedly put forward as our creed that it to obtain carry out this principle of acis by means of combining the opinions of our the utmost importance P that wo should coun
June 15, 1847 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
IHE LIMERICK KEPOKTEK. TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 18^7 IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IHE LIMERICK KEPOKTEK. TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 18^7 IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF COMMONS —Wednesday. The Speaker took the chair to-day at few minutes past 12 o'clock.
June 15, 1847 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE LIMERICK REPORTER.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE LIMERICK REPORTER.

Ballyknockane. Ballingarry, June 13th, 1847. Sir—A paragraph appeared in Saturday’s numher of the Limerick Chronicle stating, that a man named Bennis, residing upon property was murdered, in consequence of having served Latitats upon defaulting tenants. Now, I never in my life h
June 15, 1847 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LIMEKICK KEPOKTEK, TUESDAY JUNE 15. 1847

THE LIMEKICK KEPOKTEK, TUESDAY JUNE 15. 1847

with the warning that he should always bear it in mind, produced its impression; but never till the suggestion came from Sir David Roos did he see the feasibility of carrying it into effect. The repetition of the conversation John Keogh, following up the suggestion of Sir David
June 15, 1847 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland