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TIME WILL TELL.

TIME WILL TELL.

(From the Times.) Louis Napoleon Bonaparte has reached Notre-Damc and the Tuileries. He sees beneath him a nation prostrate and subservient to his will. He has been home onwards by a tide of events independent, in many respects, of his own character or abilities. Without the gen
17 January 1852 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WiTiIIAREB.

WiTiIIAREB.

To tie Directors of Too UNITBD Cauac■ or ENGLAND Lars •so Fuss Asswassea Assoctenos.' —I request you to allot me Shares is the above undertaking, and I hereby agree to tike such Shares as may be allotted to me, and to pay the Deposit thereon, and execute the Deed of Settlement o
17 January 1852 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INSURANCES.

INSURANCES.

g PAITICIPAT PROFITS. GLOBE 1 SURANCE, CORNIIILL AN PA MALL, LONDON. •n.. 0 POI. Empowered by Special Acts of Parliament. JAL W. FRESHFIELD. Esc, ILP.. F LS., ClIA12111•11. FOWLER NEWSAM E.... Gamy GEORGE CARR GLIM, En.. ALP . FOR EIRE and LIFE INSURANCE and ANNUITIES, APD FOR V
17 January 1852 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS—Mumma. Pad Wang was on Thursday farther prorogued by royal to the 34 of February next,

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS—Mumma. Pad Wang was on Thursday farther prorogued by royal to the 34 of February next,

then to 'wet for the dispatch &business. The Lord Chancellor and the other royal corned...inner., named in the contsaindon, !Living taken their vests on the wcalasek, V the Howe of L •rdo, the yeoman usher of the block rod was directed to summon the commons to the bar. and some
17 January 1852 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
however, tinges his whole narrative, and eamosnaicites a certain wildness, acerbity, and melancholy to his address, which are hardly relieved

however, tinges his whole narrative, and eamosnaicites a certain wildness, acerbity, and melancholy to his address, which are hardly relieved

by an occasional ray of comfort derivable from the delicious sense of importance involved even in his universal persecution. Mr. bfacur states that his farm is perasanentig improved by his outlay—and so perhaps it is—and that the revaluation of the land, for a new rental, made i
17 January 1852 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WOOLWI Forsyth (I the Prince John Fran Guard. Commar Const Goa Ueuteni •loop of 22 ness; Gcot Britannia, (1847), the

WOOLWI Forsyth (I the Prince John Fran Guard. Commar Const Goa Ueuteni •loop of 22 ness; Gcot Britannia, (1847), the

be comma: It is stai Command! mend of tl Major-Gee varnor of t to his desti preserved : with knocked c agreeable day, oat c bad were already re Pemdrc ployed establisbir to voluni the gene place « tendent, every one the select! tion, Tb( down for rapidly pr to lery, unde moved t
20 January 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
octirely era Branches of

octirely era Branches of

HACK El INVENTOI Salmon, Pci Epbemen Shrimp*. Hook of peci and Hackle dyed for. this 'Rod Fish Will*. A. all over 11 O o® * { vm Induced tc visible. foron« recommended the i M Witocas, i Dr. LOCOCi Mtbma. cooßh pleasant Agents—Da Sold bj all A mild and ge and of great cf action
20 January 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
RESPECTABLE LOBOZBCtS.

RESPECTABLE LOBOZBCtS.

LET. FURNISHED DRAWING-ROOM, Bed- ) Kaon, aad Drouiog Room, with the of Serrant, if reqaired. Addrees, 15, M/R|< Hill Xenaee, Lower Glaomire Road. (162) TO BE LET, THE STORES POPE-S QUAY, adjoining s». Mar/’e Chapel, lately occupied E. Blake, Eiq,, well aaited for Prorision and
17 January 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHURCH.

THE CHURCH.

The Rer. Wm, H. Slack has been collated from the rector/ of Killilagli to that of Baltesgh, vacant the death of the Rev. George Knox; and the Rev. Richard M. Hamilton has been promoted from tbeeurac/ of Lower Langdeld to the living of KUltlagb, on the nomination of the Lord Bish
20 January 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
funeral establishment, 14, GREAT GEORGE'S STREET, CORK. GK. JOHNSTON respectfully informs his Friends and the Public, that has at all

funeral establishment, 14, GREAT GEORGE'S STREET, CORK. GK. JOHNSTON respectfully informs his Friends and the Public, that has at all

times on hands a large snpply of Mahogany, Oak, Lead, and Black Cloth covered Coffins, with Gloves, Linens, Biers, Hearies, Horses, Mourning Coaches, and all requisites, fully 25 per Cent, less than any house in Cork Workshops and Livery Stables, Great Western-lane, next door to
17 January 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland