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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
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

US he COURT OF CHEANCERY-SATBDBAY a Alley v. Alley, a supposed lunatic. he Mr. Brewster, Q.C., applied to his lordship for an order rd directing the appointment of a commission to inquire into the ad state of mind of the alleged lunatic. There was no doubt ae- as to his incapaci
19 January 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LOSS OF THE AMAZON.

LOSS OF THE AMAZON.

On Saturday, the directors and other gentlemen engaged in the investigation of the circumstances connected with this melancenoly catoastrophe resumed their inquiry at Southamp- ton, Wm. Angus, the second engineer, was the principal wit- ness examined. He stated that ho did not t
20 January 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOUTH DUBLIN UNION.

SOUTH DUBLIN UNION.

I I~SOUTH DUBLIN INON. The guardians of this union held their usual weekly meeting yesterday in the workhouse, James's-street Sir ROBERT SOAWv, Bart., in the chair. The following guardians were ?? Ouseley Bonsall, William Caldbeck, Henry Price, Captain Nowlan, William Crozier, Ca
16 January 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

COURT OF QUEENS BENCH-YESTERDAT. Stephen Fox Dickson v. the Coporations of Dublin. Mr. Justice Crampton, at theositting of the full court, ad- dressing Mr. J. D. Fitzgerald, Q.C., who appeared on behalf of the corporation on the previous day, to show cause against making absolut
16 January 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. ROEBUCK ON CONTINENTAL POLICY AND THE GOVERNMENT OF IRELAND.

MR. ROEBUCK ON CONTINENTAL POLICY AND THE GOVERNMENT OF IRELAND.

MR. ROEBUCK ON CONTINENTAL POLICY AND I TFTHE GOVERNMENT OF IRELAND. In his recent address to his constituents at Shef- field, MAr. Roebuck has put the case as between the English Government and the Irish people in so simple and clear a light that the most stolid cannot fail to s
21 January 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FIRE IN DAME-STREET.

FIRE IN DAME-STREET.

FIRE IN DAkIE-STREET. e- Last evening a fire broke out in the extensive grocery pre- ed mises of Mr. G. Mark, 18, Dame-street, and we regret to say that the destruction of property on the occasion was of rather II- considerable amount. The tire was first observed at about ch twen
19 January 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

KAFFIR WAR-THE DEATH OF COLONEL h FORDYCE. ) The Evening Post publishes the following extract from a private letter received from Lieutenant Corrigan, 74th High- landers, aid-de-camp to Colonel Fordyce, who fell in the severe action of the 6th November, in the attack on the Watsr
17 January 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland