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PATENT SCREW PROPELLER THE Subscriber has to intimate that he has been appointed Agent for Limerick and the Shannon, to

PATENT SCREW PROPELLER THE Subscriber has to intimate that he has been appointed Agent for Limerick and the Shannon, to

the Company, which has been formed to introduce, under Utters patent, Mr. F. P. invention of the Screw Propeller* The tirst application of this beautiful invention, extended scale, was made to the Steam Yacht, Archime~ des” a three-masted schooner of tons, and detailed accounts
August 21, 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
TBOH LIMERICK.

TBOH LIMERICK.

LIMERICK. Dale. 21 Friday I* Morning Saturday Momiug Monday Morning Tuasday Morning Wednesday 27 Thursday 7 30 Morning Friday 7 Morning 29 Saturday Morning 31 Monday 30 Morning
August 21, 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
SATURDAY, JANUARY *2, was published, price SIXPENCE, stamped, THE I IKS NUMBER THE GARDENERS’ CHRONICLE, A WEEKLY RECORD RURAL ECONOMY

SATURDAY, JANUARY *2, was published, price SIXPENCE, stamped, THE I IKS NUMBER THE GARDENERS’ CHRONICLE, A WEEKLY RECORD RURAL ECONOMY

AND GENERAL NEWS. THE HORTICULTURAL PART EDITED BY PROFESSOR LINDLEY. plan proposed to followed in the of the GARDENERS’ CHRONICLE is, I tub FIRST place, to make it a weekly record of that bears upon Horticulture or Garden Botany, and troduce such Natural History has a relation
January 8, 1841 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTIONS.

AUCTIONS.

January 8, 1841 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
NURSERY AND FOREST DEPARTMENT.

NURSERY AND FOREST DEPARTMENT.

Nursery. Cut the top-roots such two-year old seedling oaks, chestnuts, and beech, as have been sown in drills, and are intended to remain another j ear. Fill up vacancies, and dig between the rows of plants ; gather cones of the Fir tribe, and lay them in a dry loft until the se
January 8, 1841 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THU EVENING FREEMAN

THU EVENING FREEMAN

Of Tuesday has copied, without acknowledgement, unpretending paragraph of ours about the trip The Dover with Teetotaller* KUrush. state this not as complaint, but to shew our cmlrmporary that accidents will th* BEST RBCLLATED FAMILIES. The Energy returned to the qua\ of its spir
July 3, 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
I‘E.\CILU.\(.S POLITICIAN'S

I‘E.\CILU.\(.S POLITICIAN'S

July 3, 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
CBRAZIL—THE ISLE OF THE BLEST.

CBRAZIL—THE ISLE OF THE BLEST.

A snectre island said to sometimes risible the serge of Ihewsstern hotiaon, from the isles of Arran—County of Galway. O’er the ocean that hollows the rocks where ys dwell, shadowy land has appeared, they tell; Mee thought it region of sunshine sod rest. And they call it o*Braiil
February 8, 1842 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE. Limerick Council Chambers, February 7th, 1842. THE MAYOR Will hold a Court for the admission of all Persons entitled

NOTICE. Limerick Council Chambers, February 7th, 1842. THE MAYOR Will hold a Court for the admission of all Persons entitled

by Birth, Serritade, or Marriage, to the Freedom of the Borough on WEDNESDAY the of February instant. (By order) JOHN F. RALEIGH, 'T' i' i .V*
February 8, 1842 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
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the left him intirh reply l". His lion friends (that opposition) side had, in his opinion, fully mot almost all the ohjeeiions which had been hitherto urged against the bill. Indeed, he was entirely a loss to understand upon what ground the second reading of this bill was oppose
March 31, 1840 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland