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LIVERPOOL CATTLE MARKET —U The supply of cattle at this day's market was unusually large forth. ; this caosed sales

LIVERPOOL CATTLE MARKET —U The supply of cattle at this day's market was unusually large forth. ; this caosed sales

to he effected rather tediously, at a deciloe lions last works quotations. Sheep ass very difficult to dispose of although mush lower rates were submitted to. Beef, 4d to 5J : mutton, sid to 8d per lb. Bapply at market-2,581 cattle sad 1,148 sheep. DUBLIN CORN EXCHANGE—Yarrisonr
21 January 1852 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
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21 January 1852 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
LOSS OF THE AMAZON-MORE LIVES

LOSS OF THE AMAZON-MORE LIVES

SAVED. We (Times) have reneived, by express limns 'Exeter, the following telegraphic despatch, forwortled by our correspondent at Plymouth:— "PLYMOUTH, Tntraanar E vested, 7 o'Clioce.—: The port lifeboat of the Amnon was picked up by a Dutch galliot in the Bay of Biscay, and the
21 January 1852 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, 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
 
The American intelligence of Monday's Timet contains the following announcement of local interest:— " The steamer St. George hid been

The American intelligence of Monday's Timet contains the following announcement of local interest:— " The steamer St. George hid been

bought at New York, to ply between Liverpool, Cork, and St. John's, New Brunswick." While Mr. Wagstaff has yet to mate good his word, and while circumstances have transpired, such as even in the opinion of those who believe he will ultimately do so, to take away considerably fro
21 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

John Seed, corn merchant, dealer and chapman, late of the firm of Alsop and Company, corn merchants and brokers, of Eden-quay, to surrender on Friday, the 30th of and on Friday, the 27th day of February. William Emerson, of Belfast, in the county of Antrim, corn and general merc
21 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
O UTH AND AGE. (For the Cork KxamunrrJ When thy youth hath lo«t its gladneaa, When ita drrimi life are

O UTH AND AGE. (For the Cork KxamunrrJ When thy youth hath lo«t its gladneaa, When ita drrimi life are

o'er. When its joys are bent with sadneas. And ita wreath's are worn more. When the glided cord that bound thee To the flowers of mortal mould, Hath withdrawn ita claap from round thee When auch flowers more unfold, Grieve not then for youth's endearment, Seek to dream ita dream
21 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WORKING SECRETARY.

THE WORKING SECRETARY.

A letter appears in the Guardian from Mr. Wilberforck, the Secretary of the Catholic Defence Society, who, at the period of its date (January 3), was still at Rugby. It was stated at the time of his election, that he had attached himself to that station, as a porter in fustian j
21 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FINE ARTS.

FINE ARTS.

Tm Bat Galway :Bt J. Hatebtt.��An interesting picture, representing the ancient " City of the Tribes," its magnificent bay, and picturesque environs, has been exhibited for the last few days in Lesage's Gallery, Sackville-street, and may at present be seen there. Whether the Yank
21 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DINNER TO H. J. CONYERS ESQ.

DINNER TO H. J. CONYERS ESQ.

On Thursday evening, the gentlemen and farmers of the Essex Hunt, assembled at the Shire Hall, Chelmsford, to present a testimonial of regard to Henry John Conyers, Esq., of Copt Hall, Epping, "a fine old English gentleman," whose hospitality and benevolence have endeared him to
21 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland