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DOWNPATRICK NATIONAL SCHOOLS,

DOWNPATRICK NATIONAL SCHOOLS,

The annual general meeting of the SUBSCRIBERS to these Schools will be held in the INFANT SCHOOL-ROOM, on TUESDAY, 20th JANUARY, instant, at ELEVEN o’Clock, a.m., the purpose Receiving the REPORT of the out-going Committee, appointing a new Committee for the current year, and tr
17 January 1852 - Downpatrick Recorder - Downpatrick, Down, Northern Ireland
 
"John RobinsTgrocer

"John RobinsTgrocer

...J. McElwaine D. Campbell and Co. ..aiatuwn Thomas Ward, hotel Bailiehorough... Janies Small Hallibav G. Drury and Co. Baltina, Mayo...Hugh Gallagher Ballina, Ca»an..Mr». Ballinacargy R- Dempsey Ballinamore Catherine Murphy Ballinasloe Alesander Elliott Ballycastlo Peter Kelly
17 January 1852 - Downpatrick Recorder - Downpatrick, Down, Northern Ireland
 
MDEB JflVtt PAIMMtE. Perfect Freedom from in Ten Minutes, INHTAMT UELIBF AND RAPID CCB« OF ASTHMAS, CONSUMPTIONS, COUGHS, And all

MDEB JflVtt PAIMMtE. Perfect Freedom from in Ten Minutes, INHTAMT UELIBF AND RAPID CCB« OF ASTHMAS, CONSUMPTIONS, COUGHS, And all

Disorders of the Brosth »nd Lnntf*. sre Insured DR. LOCOCK’S PULMOrIiC WAFERS. The trih.y powers of this Remedy have called forth TestiroonlaU from all ranks of society in all quarters of the world. ANOTHER CURE OF A THIRTY-NINE YEARS* ASTHMA. 17, Church-lane, Hull, Oct. 13, 184
17 January 1852 - Downpatrick Recorder - Downpatrick, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Vehy bad Indbed !—" Hei," we have seen printed, "on being told that Bunyan stood at the head of allegorical

Vehy bad Indbed !—" Hei," we have seen printed, "on being told that Bunyan stood at the head of allegorical

writers, replied that bunions were confined to the feet."
02 February 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Young Culprits.—The Home Secretary and Lord Advocate have approved of certain regulation! necessary to the working o( the recent Prisons

Young Culprits.—The Home Secretary and Lord Advocate have approved of certain regulation! necessary to the working o( the recent Prisons

Amendment Act, by which magistrates will now enabled inflict flogging as punUhment upon young culprits. A piece of taws are to provided, to the satisfaction the sheriff, and the punishment is not to exceed thirty-six lashes. The flogging is to take place in the prison In the sig
02 February 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
CIVIL-MILITARY RUSSIANS.

CIVIL-MILITARY RUSSIANS.

*The special correspondent of the Morning Chroniclt gives the following amusing account of the people in Southern Russian (Odessa): "Although, of course, to be anything but a soldier Is beneath the dignity of human stTll, such are our plebeian wants that even Russia there must t
02 February 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
ARMY AND NAVY.

ARMY AND NAVY.

WAR OFFICE, January 23. Royal Regiment of Horse Guards—Cornet C. S. Mills has been allowed to retire from the service by the sale of his commission; Coruet A. Massingberd has been allowed retire from the service by the sale of his commission. 11th Light Dragoons —Assistant-Surge
02 February 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CELTIC SOCIETY.

THE CELTIC SOCIETY.

THm CEITIC SOCIETY. Pursuant to 'announcement,, the general annual meeting Of this society was held on Thursday, at three o'clock, at the s Royal ;rish Academy. The chair was taken by The Very Rev. THE PRESIDENT. or MAYNOOTHI COLLEGE. tl Amnongst themembers ?? Thomas Farrelly, el
24 February 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DISORGANIZATION OF THE WHIG MINISTRY— FURTHER REVELATIONS.

DISORGANIZATION OF THE WHIG MINISTRY— FURTHER REVELATIONS.

DISORGANIZATION OF THE WHIG MINISTRY-I I FURTHER REVELATIONS. I (From the Morning Advertiser.) I The ministry is at this moment in a state of utter disorga- nization. It only has a nominal existence. Its members have lost all heart, and have no hope of the fature. It is a remarka
06 January 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SPECIAL COMMISSION.

THE SPECIAL COMMISSION.

We commented on what we presumed to be the illegality of the conviction of the only two prisoners found guilty at the Special Commission. The omission of proof that the district had been pro- claimed-proof of which consisted in the production of the Dublin Gazette-was the founda
06 February 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland