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BLISIIRII.

BLISIIRII.

** Sir —As spiritual warriors seldom observe order, march from the front the rear of your challenge, where you appear assuming the title of * Rector and Vicar of Cong.* Please observe, I address yo » a layman, for you have not shred of ordination more than the oldest woman among
21 January 1852 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
STOP PRESS ! !

STOP PRESS ! !

Tuesday Night, Seven o’Clock. It has become our distressing duty to record another dreadful attempt murder—the locality of the outrage this time being that part of the County Armagh adjoining the Northern extremity of the County of Louth. It appears that Meredith Cbamhre, Esq.,
21 January 1852 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
SURREY AT LIMERICK

SURREY AT LIMERICK

THE DINNER TO LORD AIUIJfnEL AND *23, Cadogan-place. London, 2Ulb Dec., ISoI. Sir—l have to acknowledge the receipt of ur obliging letter, conveying to me the invitation of the Limerick committee to the dinner Lord Arundel in. tended to be given on the of January. Through some m
21 January 1852 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
The Exhibition Chart. THE enormous cirsulation of the " WEitiite Dts- PATCH," on Sunday last (by far exceeding the most

The Exhibition Chart. THE enormous cirsulation of the " WEitiite Dts- PATCH," on Sunday last (by far exceeding the most

*linguine expectations of the proprietors,) has rendered it impossible to comply with the announce- Meld" previously made, that every purchaser should, on Sunday, the 11th Inst. receive a copy of the I xtre!CAM, COLOCRED CHAR OF TVS GREAT EX.OIBI It liar, m conarq ce, been found
21 January 1852 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
LS &CANADA. FEW! LIVERPOOL TO ROTTERDAM. E PELICAN and ALBATROSS. of London Every SATI:BDAY, at Tide Titre. Duncan, Sherman, &

LS &CANADA. FEW! LIVERPOOL TO ROTTERDAM. E PELICAN and ALBATROSS. of London Every SATI:BDAY, at Tide Titre. Duncan, Sherman, &

Co., Agents for Liverpool—Rem. Wilson & Sou ;A. F. . hereby give notice that 111 °°re• re moneys on account of Agents for Rotterdam—l'. Van Onstneran; P. A. sill issue, free of charge, Van Es k Co. r Circular Notes, similar , use on the cont i nent o f Carriages, Iforaes, and oo
21 January 1852 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
LOCAL IATKIiLIOEACE. A Meeting the Trad-, of - at the Tbolsel, at two oMock on Sunday • • purpoae of

LOCAL IATKIiLIOEACE. A Meeting the Trad-, of - at the Tbolsel, at two oMock on Sunday • • purpoae of

the appointed at pr-» on; meeting jet of o'ganwing * ,a ® * w Heading-room and Library. The meelinj? att-ndert np.arl, d„ o ih»? direranl '"on wo i n Mr. John Coffey, the , was ak>n Mr KtBANI)EA . The Chairman a.id-Gm lemen. I '» 1 meu'eJ in being oalled r in". You are a>a that
21 January 1852 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
tout tt.ace oi office, smoked gar, and moved "n most pompously the uich door, admission first offieer the town. ■r

tout tt.ace oi office, smoked gar, and moved "n most pompously the uich door, admission first offieer the town. ■r

er.d Crusoe cowed and grew pale, part cularly r.e smell.d tl.e brand) in tne wnd j and all.r some liUsg r-muggrrwit" others.and .eeeral haidlook-, lie save > rd-rs his man Fr day, not let in under any cUcumetsi.ces whatevei. Poor Friday, eith- fr. m g' nature, or because dreaded
21 January 1852 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

PROMOTIONB AND EXCHANGES* War Office, Jan. 16. Ist BPEiment of I-ife Guards—Licnteant E. J- C. A. Elliot to bo Captain, bj purchase, vice Farrer, who , retires: Cornet and Sub-Lieutenant H. Wymondham, to Lieutenant, purchase, rice Lord Elliot. 9lh Lieht Draj-oona—Paymaster T. H.
21 January 1852 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS.

ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS.

THE PATHOLOGY OF INFLAMMATION AND FEVER. By H. Freke, A.8., M.8., M.R.I.A. (Continued from page 421, vol. x\yi.) “Nutrition.” (Concluded.) (The Appropriation of Fibrin.) In my last communication, we were engaged in the twofold inquiry—namely, 1 st, as to the agency or instrument
21 January 1852 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CASE OF SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION.

CASE OF SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION.

remarkable case of recovery from FRACTURE OF SKULL AND LOSS OF BRAIN. Ry J. Snyder, M.D., of Virginia. On the 15th of April, 1851, a son of Colonel Vans Fox, about eight years old, was run over by a horse and thrown violently upon a rock jutting out of the ground, which fracture
21 January 1852 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland