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DUBLIN STOCK EXCHANGE—Yesterday.

DUBLIN STOCK EXCHANGE—Yesterday.

GOVERNMENT FUNDS. 3 per Cent Consols Ditto for Account 12th February 3* per Cent Stock '* 97S Ditto for account 12th February..............".........." 97f Bank Stock MISCELLANEOUS PAID. Wlcklow Copper Mine (51) 29 RAILWAYS. PAID! Dublin and Belfast Junction (450 26 Dublin ud Ki
30 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Gartloney Rathbrack and This estate is situate within two and a-half miles of the town of Mullingar, the high road

Gartloney Rathbrack and This estate is situate within two and a-half miles of the town of Mullingar, the high road

Athlone. The Galway railroad runs through the centre of this property. Dated this 23d day of January, 1851. HENRY CARET, Secretary. For rentals, and further particulars, apply to THOMAS WALSH, Solicitor, having the carriage of the order for Sale, 10, Middle Gardiner-street, Dnbl
30 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Opening or the Junction Railwat from to Mullaglass.—On Monday, in presence of the Directors of the Dublin and Belfast Junction

Opening or the Junction Railwat from to Mullaglass.—On Monday, in presence of the Directors of the Dublin and Belfast Junction

Railway Company, and of their Engineer-in-Chief, Sir John M'Neill, the first engine was started from the station on the Armagh road, at the Mullaglass old church-yard, precisely two miles from this town. The directors present were—John Barlow, Esq., Chairman of the Board of Dire
07 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WAR AT THE CAPE. TO THE EDITOR. Sib.—Observing in your paper of this day extract from a Cape paper,

THE WAR AT THE CAPE. TO THE EDITOR. Sib.—Observing in your paper of this day extract from a Cape paper,

recording the death of Captain Addison, of the Queen's Royals, from wounds received in action, I shall be obliged by your giving contradiction to this report, as in a letter I have received from my brother, dated King William's Town, November, 19 (immediately before the departur
09 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTH 8. January 6, 3, Stanhope-atreet, London, the Lady Cremorne, of a daughter. January 1, at Stephen's-green, the lady of

BIRTH 8. January 6, 3, Stanhope-atreet, London, the Lady Cremorne, of a daughter. January 1, at Stephen's-green, the lady of

Mr. Catterson Smith, of a son. At Kathoe House, the lady of Douglas Hamilton, Esq., of a son. At Bangor Castle, the wife of Robert Stewart Kennedy, Esq., of a son. At her mother's residence, Tralee, the lady of Garrett Nagle, Esq., of a son, still born. January 5, at Gurtroe, Ki
09 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRIMATE CULLELN'S MANIFESTO.

PRIMATE CULLELN'S MANIFESTO.

Dr. Cullen has addressed the following letter to the editor of the Univen:— "Drogbeda, Fowt of Thomas, 1851. "Mi Deib Sib—A thousand thanks to you and the reader! of the Univert for the generous contribution you hare sent us, to aid us to resist the Anglican proselytism in Irela
02 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN MARKETS—FRIDAY JANUARY2.

DUBLIN MARKETS—FRIDAY JANUARY2.

Provisions.—The baoon market bad a small supply of goods this week ; sales dull; prices the same as last quotations, and a trifle remains unsold. Spitalpields—Baoon, per cwt., 42s Od to Od; bams, 37s 4d to 40s; pigs' cheeks, 28s Od to Od; bladdered lard, 48s Od 50s Od ; export b
02 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GENERAL AVERAGE PRICE OF CRAIN.

GENERAL AVERAGE PRICE OF CRAIN.

Week ending Deo. 27. Imperial General Weekly Average, d I d s d Wheat 2 Oats 18 3 8ean5...............29 2 Barley _™...26 31 Rye :i | Peas ........29 0 Aggregate Average of the Six Weeks. s d I d I d Wheat 37 3 Oats. 18 4 Beans 29 Barley .....26 9 I Rye 6 I Peas _29 3 Duty on fo
02 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INCUMBERED ESTATES. IN THE COURT OF THE COMMISSIONERS FOR SALE INCUMBERED ESTATES IN IRELAND. COUNTY OF LOUTH. FINAL NOTICE OF

INCUMBERED ESTATES. IN THE COURT OF THE COMMISSIONERS FOR SALE INCUMBERED ESTATES IN IRELAND. COUNTY OF LOUTH. FINAL NOTICE OF

SALE. In the Matter of thel HPHE Commissioners Estate of Samuel McClintock, [ -M. will SELL by PUBLIC Estate of Samuel McCHntock, will SELL PUBLIC George Perry McClintaefc, AUCTION, at their Court, No. John Samuel McClintock/Do- 14. Henrietta-street, Dublin, on rothea McCliutock
02 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WORKING SECRETARY.

THE WORKING SECRETARY.

A letter appears in the Guardian from Mr. Wilberforck, the Secretary of the Catholic Defence Society, who, at the period of its date (January 3), was still at Rugby. It was stated at the time of his election, that he had attached himself to that station, as a porter in fustian j
21 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland