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». ■ * - ; THIS DA' FRANCE. Fahis, Sunday EvKrao.—The C<m§titutumnel of tbu day contains on article which evidently

». ■ * - ; THIS DA' FRANCE. Fahis, Sunday EvKrao.—The C<m§titutumnel of tbu day contains on article which evidently

from an official urce. contradicting all the rumours that have been in circulation of warlike intenti ns cn the part of Louis Napoleon. It declares that has not the slightest idea of entering upon war of ambition; and there is neither motive nor desire on the part the sovereigns
20 January 1852 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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erica u—White SMITUFIELD MAHKET—London. Monday. Som.what exlenrive iruporta of foreign stock took place in the of London t week, they having amoonted 3.20* head. During the corresponding iieriod received 483 ; in 1850, 440 ; 1819, 1,406 ; and 1848, head. IMPORTS INTO LONDON THE
20 January 1852 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

THE WARD UNION AND DUBLIN GARRISON HOUNDS. God prosper then oar noble sport, And this our glorious spree— When such another ran take# place May we there see." Amongst the many great advantages which stag banting offers are the ce Mnty of the find, both to time and place, so that
20 January 1852 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS FOR JANUARY.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS FOR JANUARY.

Ward Union Hounds.—To-morrow (Wednesday), let, Ballymacaroey; Saturday. 24th, Clone* ; Wednesday, 28th, Seven-mile Stone, Ashbourne-road; Saturday, 31et, Blackball At one o'clock. _ The Paemebstown Harriers—ThU day (Tuesday), the 20th, Moor of Meath; Friday, Castle-Baggot; Tuesd
20 January 1852 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SERVICE.

SERVICE.

TIN WORK, IRONMONGERS’ WORK. BRUSHMAKERS’ WORK, MOPS and HANDLESCX’OOPERS’ WORK. CARPENTERS’ WORK, fOTHER, LINEN, SACKINGS. <kc., and OILS ANf'PAINT. Office of Ordnance, Dublin, 16th January, 1852. PROPOSALS for the above will be received by the Principal Officers of her Majesty
20 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DECREES.

DECREES.

20 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FRENCH REVOLUTION.

THE FRENCH REVOLUTION.

Pakis, Etenino.—The ha* not appeared to-daj. M. Chambolle, the chief editor, who is among the •xiled represcntatifes, left Paris yesterday, and there were ao funds in hand for car y'ng the paper. I understand that two-thirds of the ‘•ailed representatives of the Montag* party ar
20 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY, Noa. 27 to 2d.—Ranke’s HiaXOßtr of the Popes. Translated by Foster. vols, Cr. London .* Bohn, 1849-50. No. 29.—Xbander's Lifp. Jesus Christ. Cr.
20 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE enormous Circulation of “THE WEEKLY DISPATCH,” Sunday last (by far exceeding the most sanguine expectations of the Proprietors), has

THE enormous Circulation of “THE WEEKLY DISPATCH,” Sunday last (by far exceeding the most sanguine expectations of the Proprietors), has

rendered it impossible comply wi.h the announcements previously made, that every Purchaser should, Sunday, the 11th instant, receive Copv the ILLUSTRATED COLORED CHART THE GREAT EXHIBITION, it has, consequence, been found necessary POSTPONE THE ISSUE of Sheet demanding such care
20 January 1852 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
SP AI N.

SP AI N.

Madrid, Jan. o.—Wo have, the letter corrospondent, further particulars the military outbreak at Madrid, of which published yesterday an account. the the fith a portion of the garrison broke out in fulfrevolt. The authorities were state of the greatest alarm. The Council of Minis
20 January 1852 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland