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en,ra * •‘ ,Pet " P l llo,ophj ti which none will Jenj ter, high ' l^ lC( ., come

en,ra * •‘ ,Pet " P l llo,ophj ti which none will Jenj ter, high ' l^ lC( ., come

to perticulare. There ,p '" the books of our Corporation, motion on . ' , »t ‘'> n< ’* t " anJ chitalroos frienJ of Irelan.l, ami ’° r of Kilkenny. «ecoml to none in high ,e "' ,' discrimination, and .ecognised 11,r,C J Cane, relating to the .leplorable condition of I.and Tenure
31 January 1852 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
Tot No 2.

Tot No 2.

heLANDSof CLONBOO otherwiseClonbough, situate in the same barony and county, containing 3r 17r statute me sure, subject IGs Id tithe rent charge, and producing the gross annual sum of £497 Is I.
31 January 1852 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
CHRISTMAS SUPPLIES DIRECT FROM LONDON BROCKSOPP, SONS AND CO.’S Packed in Tin Canisters of 21b., 11b., .Jib , |lb. each

CHRISTMAS SUPPLIES DIRECT FROM LONDON BROCKSOPP, SONS AND CO.’S Packed in Tin Canisters of 21b., 11b., .Jib , |lb. each

AND IN TINFOIL PACKAGES OF ALL SIZES, FROM ONE OUNCE TO ONE POUND. pHOM th<» widely f».me rflheahove PATENTED COFFEE, and t?e nunih*r of year* it hat been known and appro bv th** Public, il would now «*e «enre‘*W n»*c»-s for further comment th- Ad»» niscmeot. SONS & COMPANY, how
31 January 1852 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
4 nut tin fust occ»*.i.a «lm h has hitDitlf. Four ©’Clock. The Jury hate not come since Nine clock this

4 nut tin fust occ»*.i.a «lm h has hitDitlf. Four ©’Clock. The Jury hate not come since Nine clock this

_ ... b'.-.-’.ii ttny not tfpPm, t'< not discharged . Ohe-ss should render their unavoidable , that case, understand, new jury will sworn • i .• prisoner again put .»n his trial without delay, and .. ,e will be continued till convicted or acquitted. •|; know of the jui’y s rum J
31 January 1852 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
ADMISSION OP PAUPERS.

ADMISSION OP PAUPERS.

The Board then went i the applications relief —admitted 29, rejected 4 DISPENSARY COUMITTEB. Mr. Fox said most important matter had been omitted in not fixing day for tho election of qealifled ratepayers to form dispensart committees. The order of the Commissioners directed thst
31 January 1852 - Westmeath Independent - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
Faciftica.

Faciftica.

31 January 1852 - Westmeath Independent - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
UNITED

UNITED

WTAI* MCOTT AN l> CO.; h«*jcf fi» info’in lh«*»r numerous and intruding Kmigrafp, Hint th« Superb Lino of American Packets, between and Now York. will continue every pivk hats am), n»f t*t wants of their numerous applicants, busy season the year, other elats will despatched, the
31 January 1852 - Tuam Herald - Tuam, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
the DisirnnED districts.

the DisirnnED districts.

On Friday, the whole police force of Armagh, under the command of Hub-Inspector Kelly, searched the townlands of and Tullycallidy, in the Tynan district. They succeeded in getting three guns, one of which was doublc-harrelled, two bayonets, and to flasks containing powder and sl
31 January 1852 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
TITLES OF NOBILITV RESTORED.

TITLES OF NOBILITV RESTORED.

Paris, Sunday Morning.— By a decree published in the Moniteur, the decree of the Provisional Government, dated February 28, 1848, abolishing the former titles of nobility, is repealed. A credit of 2,950,090f. is opened to the Minister of Public Works upon the budget of 1852, of
31 January 1852 - Downpatrick Recorder - Downpatrick, Down, Northern Ireland
 
NPATRICK, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31. 185 2.

NPATRICK, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31. 185 2.

Binjjle individual, Mr. Mulholland, who got up machines in time to save the trade from being earned to other countries. These were the persons who should be honoured and ennobled by every country, for they were its greatest benefactors—(cheers.) Mr. Mooney then proceeded to read
31 January 1852 - Downpatrick Recorder - Downpatrick, Down, Northern Ireland