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This Tradk.—Birmingham, Thurkdat.—The Board of Ordnance have sent down to this town for tenders for the setting up of 23,000

This Tradk.—Birmingham, Thurkdat.—The Board of Ordnance have sent down to this town for tenders for the setting up of 23,000

rifle muskets. The tender .pa. pers arrived about ten days ago, and this day was fixed for returning them, but the pattern, it appears, was not ready ; at all events it was not sent down until yesterday morning, and an extension of the time has taken place to the 22nd inst., whe
21 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SALES. SALES. CHRISTMAS Ply DISHES. PALMER'S CANDLEfLAMPS, PATENT SOLAR LAMPS, REMARKABLE for the Brilliancy of their Light and Simplicity of

SALES. SALES. CHRISTMAS Ply DISHES. PALMER'S CANDLEfLAMPS, PATENT SOLAR LAMPS, REMARKABLE for the Brilliancy of their Light and Simplicity of

Construction, will burn Common Oil, and are easily kept clean and in order. immense number of RICHLY GILT CHINA TEA and COFFEE SERVICES, from £10 10s. Od, to £1 Is Od each. A large supply of DESSERT SERVICES, in all the NEW COLORS, FROM £20 TO £2 EACH. LONG AND SHORT DINNER SERV
21 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BRITISH CORN TRADE.

THE BRITISH CORN TRADE.

,■ „•? _ jjfeAkf. TnE MAHK-LAKE ZXPBESS.) the iaw4»ncement of the week the wheat trade I lo9t the buoyancy which it had previously been characterised; and the upward movement in prices, which we hare had to notice for some weeks past, received a check: this we attribute more to
21 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LOUTH COUNTY INFIRMARY.

LOUTH COUNTY INFIRMARY.

Notice is hereby given, that the Governors of the Louth County Infirmary will, on Wednesday, the 28th instant, receive Applications, and proceed to appoint a fit and proper person to fill the Office of Resident Apothecary to that Establishment, at Salary of £4O per annum, with A
21 January 1852 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OUR NATIONAL defences.

OUR NATIONAL defences.

Some most ridiculous reports hare been recently put into circulation, of extraordinary measures alleged to have been taken the Government to raise extra fortifications and to establish additional butteries at the ports, iu anticipation of a hostile attempt on our shores. The rap
21 January 1852 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JAN.

DUBLIN, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JAN.

21 January 1852 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ANOTHER NEW LIGHT I I I

ANOTHER NEW LIGHT I I I

ANOTHER NEW LIGHT I I HOLLIDAY PEEKLESS LAMPS. IgECOtfD PATENT, 1850. THE PATEVTBE of the ORIGINAL holli- DAY LAMI% ut length in OOMPLKTINU hid IMFHOVKMBNI^and PERFECTING the SEI.F-GENERAT-INO GAS LAMP, tulapting it U» the TABLE for alHn-door imrpoMeß, can now oonfktantly recomme
21 January 1852 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN STATISTICAL SOCIETY.

DUBLIN STATISTICAL SOCIETY.

The Society mat tho Royal Dublin Society Home oa Monday evening—Major Thomae A. Laroom, Vioe-Pre* sident, in the chair. Profeaeor Heron read a paper entitled, " Celtic Migie* Heea, part fint." Doctor Lame read paper eatitled, 11 Some StatMaa Ultiete the hi ode rfWeiaeee aeited t
21 January 1852 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, Ib-VL

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, Ib-VL

21 January 1852 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
HO.VfK, AND FRKNCU AFFAIRS. The iipwocia lions said to have been opened for tlie Cabinet, by introduction of tlie J)uke

HO.VfK, AND FRKNCU AFFAIRS. The iipwocia lions said to have been opened for tlie Cabinet, by introduction of tlie J)uke

of Newcastle (better known as Lord Liueoln). Sir James Graham, and two or three of the more distinguished adherents of the late Sir Robert I’eel, arc understood to have terminated without leading to any results, and that changes will now made until after the opening of Parliamen
21 January 1852 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland