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THE “CLARENDON” RESTAURANT AND DINING-ROOMS, Ujaiiia: Ikf >o» (•ra-E>rkai:r. Rc;r»|.H«ildri:>. Irlfist. JiOW OPENED BY “CHEF DE CCISINK," FROM Soups. Cbops,

THE “CLARENDON” RESTAURANT AND DINING-ROOMS, Ujaiiia: Ikf >o» (•ra-E>rkai:r. Rc;r»|.H«ildri:>. Irlfist. JiOW OPENED BY “CHEF DE CCISINK," FROM Soups. Cbops,

Steaks, and ,to 10, p.m.; Cop of Tea or Coffee, Sd, ready ; AN ORDINARY DAILY AT A-QUABTER PAST THREE AND FIVE O’CLOCK, AT ONE SHILLING AND THREEPENCE EACH; Slipper* Hot Cold; Oyster* Ac., Ac.; DunvilU't Celebrated Old Whitley; and Bushmills Whiskey, warranted pure and genuine O
17 January 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NORTHERN WHIG, BELFAST, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1852. FASHION AND TABLE-TALK.

THE NORTHERN WHIG, BELFAST, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1852. FASHION AND TABLE-TALK.

The Court.—Windsor, Jan. 14.—There was addition to the Royal dinner party last evening. The walked in the Home-park this morning. The j Prince of Wales, the Princess Royal, and younger members of the Royal family, took walking and pony exercise. His Royal Highness Prince Albert
17 January 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WHEAT. White, . Kul. BARLEY OATS.. OATMEAL FLoLTt, Sapertne. . Ti.lrd.. Kuurtl). BRAK

WHEAT. White, . Kul. BARLEY OATS.. OATMEAL FLoLTt, Sapertne. . Ti.lrd.. Kuurtl). BRAK

17 January 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE EXHIBITION CHART.

THE EXHIBITION CHART.

Circulation of the *' WJMCKLY J[ DISPATCH,” <*B Sunday last (hy far exc*4pnj< the b, .' «ru?o»nP e«p<*ct ilions of the proprietor!*), ifn-iox'ible with th-* i that purchaser should, thell rereirr a copy of the Illustrated Coloured the Grf.at it has, in conae aof » e, been found
20 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

Spa Ville, Waterford, the residence of her mother-inlaw, the lady of Vere Dawson Hunt, Esq., of daughter, still-born. Jan. 13, the lady of John Cox, Esq., of Clarefield, of son. Jan. 13, at Bodmin, the lady of Sir Colman Rishleigh, Bart., of twins, a son and daughter. Jan. 12, L
20 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RAILWAYS.

RAILWAYS.

Sh. l.axt price I I I £ (•’ork, Blwkrk. A Pekk 20 |2O | Dub. A Jonc. o*> |45 | l)aD')alk | | 30 Kingstown shares j2s| | , Gt..Southern A West | 50 |5O j ) Do. 6 per ct. Fref. | I MidGt.W.AK.Caual | J j 36^
17 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC CHURCH,

CATHOLIC CHURCH,

The Rer. M. A. b.m been appointed the Bishop of Galwav the parixh of Outer .rcl, vacant by the death of the late Very Rev. Jo><eph Kirwan, I).I). The Very Rev. 11. J. Roche, V.G., P.P., indue <d the Rev. Mr. Kayrtnagh into living Tutaday U«t. The Rev. L. been appoiDfed the paria
17 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH BANKRUPTS.

IRISH BANKRUPTS.

John Seed, of Eden-quay, in the city of Dublin, corn merchant, dealer and chapman, surrender on the 30th of January, and on the '27lh of February. William Emerson, of Belfast, m the co. of Antrim, com and general merchant, dealer and chapman, surrender on the January, and tbu 27
17 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
£lBOll 17 5

£lBOll 17 5

£lBOll 17 Tb© ob!*er»«»d that there wa# nothing in the report to call tor any obtenallon* ; that u->t the half year in which tb© •iiTidt*od wu* declared. Th-j profits aaoonted to 1.890/. 7«. 31., and it the company bad not been unfortunate two heavy fire, the would have been much
17 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ADVOCATE.

THE ADVOCATE.

UMhhtf young females all branches of needle and fancy worfci, by which they acquire meaaa independent support, and for training persons qualified sent teachers to the industrial schools in connexion with the Society in ike country. While studying every possible means of aiding a
21 January 1852 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland