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THE MINISTRY

THE MINISTRY

It is now understood that Lord John will open 'he parliament without any Pee'ites in his nnks. aeis.it is said 100 «ke hi# exiderntlon on reform, and timn to appeal the couniry. D-' him consider tia position .nwhih— News.
20 January 1852 - Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
JBiIRIiPT SEE.

JBiIRIiPT SEE.

SEE. In the Matter of Chriss topher Gallway, a Bankrupt. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, THURSDAY, theVMh day ofJASUARY In Field adjoining the Town of KILLARNEY y 27 In-Calf Cowi, Cows, one Two- Yenr-OU Ball, one Thorough bred Yenrlmg Bull, Yearling Thorough bred Hfiffers, 2 Bullo'Us. 17
20 January 1852 - Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE,

FRANCE,

Or LoVia r.. 888 Lie, To Ilia Maar. Meets, sea.. Tea citron/Liter or raciest* 2, 1851. I. my penelaimatirs of the 2il of fles amber, when I loyally explained talon what, mnriling to my Per, were the vital ecioditiona of (pastier) Amos. I had not the pretemeion„ so common in thes
20 January 1852 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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20 January 1852 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
On the 17th leotard, the ash Rebeet M. Ikea. Beast, • daughter. tin the 15th antant, at Neer Forge. the

On the 17th leotard, the ash Rebeet M. Ikea. Beast, • daughter. tin the 15th antant, at Neer Forge. the

lady Ran all, Fon., jun.. of • dautldee. Ott the octant, at the Cottage, rear thodalk, the lady .4 the Iton. Augustus Jocelyn, of a we. On tin 11th instant. at 12. tilooreater Place, Limburg); the 11nn. Mrs. Mat.l.ntald„ of Mt. Martin's and Kumar Ceatie, of pm anti heir. On the
20 January 1852 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EN€Lliill MAIM

EN€Lliill MAIM

ha de owner die Eclair el SOLD, a SAMUEL 4 he Encumbered Ueda, Comfy 4 A* that rateable aid Prlitimer. FARM th;Veir - j - Aawiltaeoe•, Parish awl Cana et Dom had • Cr..., at Sid tbe rem, male wader the Pear Law dot, heeds, ad IS lealtal• siewa., of Ow heat red • high • • fair Pa
20 January 1852 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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grnsctUa*cous.

Foyle w:ite, others talk themselves. oat of tbei reputaiina. J. is to affock.tion do world iy•es its whole earn of eoltwiel.e. Mt: r, ie her whole derma, never drew each pa... A is eryint I,o'bl, in the streets, the other illy, wound thaw— . not woman's liim is L0u..t... —roc Lt
20 January 1852 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SCOTLAND. OLD Mneastaree of the Estaltlistod Church's Gement AsersittlyhessubseribeslitUatutheliamelliesiou ,data Church. Ton lard Provost of Edintiorph stated at tha kat

SCOTLAND. OLD Mneastaree of the Estaltlistod Church's Gement AsersittlyhessubseribeslitUatutheliamelliesiou ,data Church. Ton lard Provost of Edintiorph stated at tha kat

Came that, the ammo reed of the Greg is woo 4016. II is aid Der. Dr . L. W. Fes sd as Mokrator of the Drat Mom* skit k Clear& of Mewled. Fun the West Scotland drMy of Flea dote ham awarded their first mire da ask sod tee to Samuel Dough, Keg., gar la the prom* eziolition of Fon.
20 January 1852 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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direst lam Teem le • Amp id d bas the Med Was eel Aviculture rode* do mad dthe Ord d sith of the Imo mil the leder erosery woe admitted Poor delta *hoe Mr Mobil= of Oboe kis- Mewed le do MI domed a ped& Vat me es of le midis de de en dm* row I es le le dem. OM tie moan eoleted M
20 January 1852 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE STRIKE.

THE STRIKE.

L- It is ramoured that the Employers' Association Zbev A spatched agents to Belglium for the purpose of endeav0re to hire skilled workmen for employment in dioglijshei. The men who have been discharged, however, appear toi little regard to the circumstance, as reported, sayisg E
20 January 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland