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JOHN BAN I.M’S FIRST LOVE. (From the Irish Quarterly Review.) He was just eighteen years age, about the middle height,

JOHN BAN I.M’S FIRST LOVE. (From the Irish Quarterly Review.) He was just eighteen years age, about the middle height,

and of goo.l figure. His face was oval, and though not handsome, his high forehead, I his dark lined eyes, teeming with life and spirit, saved him from the designation, ugly. And now the common fate was his : Tennyson sings of youth“ In the spring syoun? man's fui •/ lights turn
October 28, 1856 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE O’CONNELL TESTIMONIAL,

THE O’CONNELL TESTIMONIAL,

Clonmel has contributed the sum of towards the testimonial John Comiell, Esq , M.P. The collcc tion in Templemore is progressing, and have every confidence that Limerick will soon its duty with credit to itself and to Mr. O’Connell.
July 18, 1854 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRE ROYAL, LIMERICK.

THEATRE ROYAL, LIMERICK.

Last night tlieconipany the Theatre Royal, Dublin, made their appearance the Limerick Theatre. The entertainment opened with Sir E. Bulwer Lytton’s Lady of Lyons ;” and it is but justice to state that have seldom seen any play rendered with more thrilling effect. The actors ami
July 18, 1854 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
LABASHEEDA BOAT RACE.

LABASHEEDA BOAT RACE.

RjOWING MATCHES come {ff SUNDAY Next, the 13ih lust., 1, (Jtather permitting). TUBES CLASSES. —PRIZES FOLLOWS First First Class ... Second of same class... 10 First Bo« of second class ... 0 Second dbat of same class ... First BoAt of Third Class ... 0 Second Boat of same class
September 8, 1846 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
John O’Brien, Esq., M.P. Brooke-street, 26 h Aug. 18k>.

John O’Brien, Esq., M.P. Brooke-street, 26 h Aug. 18k>.

John O’Brien, Esq., M.P. Brooke-street, h Aug. 18k>. Mr dear Sir - Hid notallow theftwionlo elite without reveriinji to the I -ng question of the Limerick Harbour improvement* and the answer given Lord Lans. own, thovgh not inal, eneouragiug. It appear- that the Hoard of Works ha
September 8, 1846 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
BANK OF DEPOSIT

BANK OF DEPOSIT

ATIONAL janssuranck and investment ASSOCIATION, No. 3, Pali. Mali.. Lonoon. E»tahli>hed A.D. 1H44. Empowered by Act of Parliament. PARTIES dcsiron* of INVESTING MONEY are requested to examine the Plan of lh«s Instiiution, by which a high rate of interest may oblatned with perfec
December 21, 1855 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
CROSSE BEACKWBI.E, PURVEYORS TO HER MAJESTY, KRsPECTFULLY invite attention to theirPICKLF.S, , SAUCES. TAUT FRUITS, and other Table Delicicie«. the

CROSSE BEACKWBI.E, PURVEYORS TO HER MAJESTY, KRsPECTFULLY invite attention to theirPICKLF.S, , SAUCES. TAUT FRUITS, and other Table Delicicie«. the

whole of which an- prepared with the moat scrupulous attention to wholesomeness and purity. The practice of colouring and Tart Fruits by artificial means has been discontinued, and the whole of their manufactures are prepared that they arc not allowed come in contact with any de
December 21, 1855 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
CABRA CASTLE. COUNTY TIPPERARY. Auction Of first class In-Calf Heifers, prime Fat and Store do., superior She<'p and Lambs, prime

CABRA CASTLE. COUNTY TIPPERARY. Auction Of first class In-Calf Heifers, prime Fat and Store do., superior She<'p and Lambs, prime

Wool, best Upland two year old and fotne Straw. William HAS honoured w th instructions from Mrs. Co lonel Fallon (who has set the Cabra Lands) to Sell hv Unreserved Auction On THURSDAY, the 27'h day of December instant.
December 21, 1855 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
LIVERPOOL CORN MARKET—This Day.

LIVERPOOL CORN MARKET—This Day.

LIVERPOOL CORN MARKET— This Day. Good demand for wheat at 2d. to 3d. over the low forced sales of Tuesday. Floor also Gd. to Is. per barrel better. Oats moderate demand; price* firm. Meal quiet. Beans and barley unchanged. Indian corn, 61. to Is.
September 12, 1856 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
SECOND RBPOBT.

SECOND RBPOBT.

Business done in wheat at improvement, on Tuesday, of about 3d. per TOlbs., excepting for new Irish, which is no dearer. Flour rather better sales. Oatmeal, barley, l»eans, and pease, each fair retail demand, at late rates. Indian corn in better request, and a turn dearer. LONDO
September 12, 1856 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland