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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
 
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
 
WESTPORT UNION.

WESTPORT UNION.

Board of Guardians will, at their meeting X TH U RSDAY, the 82nd instant, consider Tender* from persons willing to supply the Workhouse with WOODEN-SOLES FOR CLOGS, to made of Beech, Alder, or Poplar, at per dozen pairs, in sixes. On same day the Board will proceed to appoint A
20 January 1852 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr. I/nfl*m Oil y<ir f ste i'is potato •!*, aw-! »ra \V -li.l rat. Mr. Li*r>n -()n y-.ur onlli di-l

Mr. I/nfl*m Oil y<ir f ste i'is potato •!*, aw-! »ra \V -li.l rat. Mr. Li*r>n -()n y-.ur onlli di-l

he ny. put \. on ot your l -u Inci neve r <li<l any <u-h th-.n-; I him went live with my u:mlc, »k< v „ lv ivc sheep, winch I I till luy, ,i;j j father kept it from me. Mr. Laff.ui—Di«l you know wlicrc the mm. kept Witm- - No, never. Mr. LafT.in —V.*u ilui ni k:v»w it w.m : , Wi
20 January 1852 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
Co., 20 boxes Tea VV’iffbtinan. boxes lea 1). fc J. Fulton 1 ti. rce 4 bags Mails .lob* Cuiitly, crates

Co., 20 boxes Tea VV’iffbtinan. boxes lea 1). fc J. Fulton 1 ti. rce 4 bags Mails .lob* Cuiitly, crates

Glass Thomas Greer, Sons. & Co , 3 bales oollens J. Delaney, bales Cottons John Armstrong, 10 boxes Tea Ilutrh M‘Lorinan, 1 cask Earthenware Joiepli Marshall, 2 crates Earthenware William Simpson, 1 chest lea William Marshall it Co , 1 cask Oil, keg Colours M'Aulay k Hall. eask
20 January 1852 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STATE OF TRADE.

STATE OF TRADE.

Manchester. —The quietness of the holidays is sncceded some increase of business ; and thneo steadiness which then generally prevailed in prices is certainly not diminished in any departments whilst, in many articles, ws have rather more firmness, and in some a slight upward ten
20 January 1852 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Thny have also applied to the noble lord for the metropolitan county to receive a deputation, and I arrange the

Thny have also applied to the noble lord for the metropolitan county to receive a deputation, and I arrange the

course of proceeding to support the measure, in that it may brought forward 41 at the commencement of the session. Surely, the Government will not again resist the decision 44 of the last two sessions of parliament."
20 January 1852 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
• T r » THE EVENING FREEMAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 20,

• T r » THE EVENING FREEMAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 20,

20 January 1852 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BRANCH RAILWAYS.

BRANCH RAILWAYS.

DUbe 4-TUESDAY. JAUR i2u82 DUBLIN: TUESDAY. JANUARY 20, 1852. BRBANCH RALWAYS. Shall another year be lost in the construction of those branch lines of railway throughout Ireland which are necessary for the completion of our new system of inter-communication ? The great arte- ries
20 January 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SALE CONTINUED THIS EVENING.

SALE CONTINUED THIS EVENING.

BOOKS AND ENGRAVINGS AUCTION. TO SOLD BY MONDAY next, I9lh instant, and foUowfaK F.vcning«, eommcncinj at SEVEN o'clock, at the M AI.L-STRBET, a largo collection of Theological and Miscellaneous Works, compriaiog about 1,000 Volumes. Also, a few good Engraving*. Catalogues will
20 January 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland