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DIOCBAB Or DROMORB

DIOCBAB Or DROMORB

Mr*. Tracey, CoDvent, Ncwry ... ... I I Per Ree. P. Ilergao, P.P., Lower Drooagoo- JeuJ ... ... ... ... 10 0 DIOCP.S9 or BLPBIN. From Roeeominffo, per P. Boyle ... 0 Froa Parish of Kilbrqael, per Mr. John Harley 118 diocem or rcRNs : Richard Derereox, Esq., (annoal eubscription)
15 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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78 3 10 19 6 373 720 17 973 16 9 600 1 9 183 19 0 198 8 9

347 9 374 14 7 168 16 9i 203 16 293 6 10 167 1 9 663 3
15 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIH ETEtflflG POST THOBSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1852

THE DUBLIH ETEtflflG POST THOBSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1852

THE ETEtflflG POST THOBSDAY, JANUARY 15, THE Secbbtabt or the Natiokal AeauRANCE Company op Irbland acknowledge the receipt, from Catbolio Clergyman, llwSaahpfONE HUNDRED and FORTY POUNDS, RejgtuUoA Money, for the Company. S 16th Janoary, 1862. j WEXFORD HARBOUR IMPB COMPANY. NOT
15 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PORTUGAL.

PORTUGAL.

A letter from Lisbon, of theSlstnlt., says that the Prince Royal will appear the Chamber Peers the 2d of January, and take the oath to the Constitution, as prescribed by the charter, as has attained bis fifteenth year. The American barque Hrrtchel brought in the master and crew
15 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OP CARLOW.

COUNTY OP CARLOW.

Lot B—A chief rent of 83/. le 74, eecnred on the land* of 6reignatpedegae end Templepeter, containing 398 scree. Mr. Alexander Bate, solicitor, was declared the purchaser for 1,750/, upwards of 91 years* purchase. Lot 9—A chief rent of 18/. 3s 3d, secured oa the lands of Kilnagl
15 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ADDRESS TO THE PROVOST BY THE COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS.

ADDRESS TO THE PROVOST BY THE COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS.

Yesterday, the President and Fellows of the College of Physicians, together with the Professors of the School of Physic, assembled in the Commons ball of Trinity College, from which they proceeded to the chambers of the Rev. Dr. Richard M ( Donnell, for the purpose of presenting
15 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PENINSULAR MAIL.

THE PENINSULAR MAIL.

Soutiiamptos, Wednfsoat.— The Peninsular Company's steam ship Iberia, Captain Burney, with the P- ninaular mails, arrived this morning at half past twelve o’clock, having left Gibraltar on tho 4th; Cadiz, s(h ; Lisbon, 9th; Oporto, 10th; and Vigo, 11th instant. She had a large c
15 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN UxNIVERSITY COMMISSION.

DUBLIN UxNIVERSITY COMMISSION.

The Commissioners met the Palace, Stephen s.green, Tuesday. Present—Tho Archbishop of Dublin, the Lord Chancellor, Doctor Longfield, and Professor Hancock, (Secretary.) Tho next meeting of the Commissioners will be held on Thursday, the 29th inst. THE CIRCUITS—SPRING ASSIZES. 18
15 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
We happen to possession, fr* m undouhte'l authority, of all the fact* in connection with the recent event (the tiumiasHl

We happen to possession, fr* m undouhte'l authority, of all the fact* in connection with the recent event (the tiumiasHl

of L r«l Palinetstou)* and «e shall proceed detail them without any current uote or comment, adhering closely to the parraliea of event* they occurred. Wo ahall thus afford to our readers the best possible means of deducing their own conclusions. Before the cabinet differences r
15 January 1852 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE FERMANAGH MAH. AND ENNISKILLEN CHRONICLE. THL1 RSDAY, JANUARY 1», H42. THE PAST WEEK.

THE FERMANAGH MAH. AND ENNISKILLEN CHRONICLE. THL1 RSDAY, JANUARY 1», H42. THE PAST WEEK.

THE FERMANAGH MAH. AND ENNISKILLEN CHRONICLE. THL RSDAY, JANUARY 1», H42. THE PAST WEEK. The week has been full ofdisH»ters and troubles. The Whig Government is at logger heads ; and the pigmy Premier hunting all parties fur recruits. The mails Lavs brought newsuf the new triumph
15 January 1852 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland