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BIRCH V. SOMERVILLE.

BIRCH V. SOMERVILLE.

What a beautiful thing the law is. When Lord Clarendon stood up in the Kisi Court to give his evidence, the Chief Justice said, Swear Lord Clarendonbut the Chief Justice’s Kegistrar thought he knew better, and he administered form of aflir* mation, to which made objection. The l
21 January 1852 - Kings County Chronicle - Offaly, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
TIIK KI'O'S COUXTY CHRONICLE AND GENERAL PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENTER

TIIK KI'O'S COUXTY CHRONICLE AND GENERAL PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENTER

21 January 1852 - Kings County Chronicle - Offaly, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CIUCCITs—M’UIXG ASSIZES, 18jl

THE CIUCCITs—M’UIXG ASSIZES, 18jl

THE ASSIZES, 18jl T Judges met chamber on Wednesday, and selected the respective Circuit* which they propose going at the n(*xt Assiz s: Ho.'ir: - The Eight lion, the Lord Chief Justice; the lion Judge Torrens. Ml'-vster—The Eight lion the Lord Chief Justice of tli<;'Common Pleas
21 January 1852 - Kings County Chronicle - Offaly, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
sought vaiu!j’ of waves, more than one despairing mouruer ? If public sympathy had ary power to alleviate private grief,

sought vaiu!j’ of waves, more than one despairing mouruer ? If public sympathy had ary power to alleviate private grief,

the consolation of those mourners would be great indeed. But not man that the bereaved hearts loo!; such hour trial.
21 January 1852 - Kings County Chronicle - Offaly, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
The Press.

The Press.

:tt drVeg. ANOTHER RAID UPON IRELAND AND) TIlE -IRISH. (By the Times.) TImE speeches of Irish orators, and the sheets of the Irish Press, whatever may be their other defects, evince no lack of sensitiveness as to the opinion which may be formed' and expressed in England with refe
21 January 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A PAPAL COUP D'ETAT.

A PAPAL COUP D'ETAT.

Wr (Dub ina Herald) have received the following lettel from a gentleirian of great intelligence and the mosi scrupulous veracity. To every tittle of his narrative therefore, the most implicit credit may be attaclied:_ "I have the honour of a priest's acquaintance, whose connexio
21 January 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SIR J. GRAHAM ON FLAX CULTIVATION.

SIR J. GRAHAM ON FLAX CULTIVATION.

A ArEETING was held, on Tuesday, in Longtown, "for the purpose of taking into consideration the propriety of introducing'tihe cultivation of the flax crop into ?? district." Sir JAMES GRAIHAM addressed his tenants, ?? has been strongly urged upon me that tile time had arrived wh
21 January 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ADDRESS THE PROTESTANTS OF THE EMPIRE, BY THE COMMITTEE OF THE ' TIONAE CLUB. HAS PARLIAMENT THE RIGHT TO REPEAL

ADDRESS THE PROTESTANTS OF THE EMPIRE, BY THE COMMITTEE OF THE ' TIONAE CLUB. HAS PARLIAMENT THE RIGHT TO REPEAL

THE MAYNOOTH GRANT ? The cemmittpe in late address* recommended that ever; effort should be made to procure the withdrawal of the public grant to the College of Maynooth. But doubta seem to prernil whether Parliament baa the right to with* draw it. Tbe committee, therefore, will
21 January 1852 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
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21 January 1852 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THEATRE ROYAL, DUBLIN ,Ir. HARRIS has the honour to announce that there will be A JUVENILE NIGHT on THIS EVENING, January 21st, 'when. the entertain- ments wih commence with THE SPITALFIELDS 1.AVER Brown, Mr. J. Webster; SiminS,. Mr. F. Iobson; Adele, Miss Marston. A. To be follo
21 January 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland