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THE CONSTABULARY.

THE CONSTABULARY.

TATE following circular has been recently issued:- Constabulary Office, Dublin Castle, January 13, 1352. " Several young gentlemen who have been provi- I sionally appointed Cadets of Constabulary having been found, on examination at this office, extremely defi- cient even in the
26 January 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ship News.

Ship News.

?? 5 BIr.FAST, JAN. 24.-Wind, S. W.-Weather, Gloomy. ARRIVE I). JAN,. 23.-_Majestic, Ormston, St. Breaux. 24.-Lord NNelson, Cunninghasm, Odessa; North Pole, J. II. Pigg, Odessa. SAILED. JTAN. 23.-Prince of WVales, st., M'Neilage, Fleetwood; Erin's Queen, st., Silly, London ; Stor
26 January 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NORTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM.—PUBLIC MEETING IN DUNDALK.

NORTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM.—PUBLIC MEETING IN DUNDALK.

NORTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM.-PUBLIC MEETING IN DUNDALK. A large and influential meeting of the nobility, gentry, merchants, and traders of Dundalk was held on Satur- day, in the county Court-house, for the purpose of pro- moting the extension of the Dundalk and Enniskillen .tailway,
28 January 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST POLICE COURT.—YESTERDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT.—YESTERDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT.-YESTEI1D.CY, [Magistrates ?? MAToR and W. S. Tsncs, Esq.] CONCEALED IN A SHOP ?? WTi INTENT TO STEAL. A little boy, named Henry £'larkp, was brought up charged with having been found concealed in the shop of Mr. Robert Stewart, of Church lane, on the pre- vi
23 January 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FESTIVITIES AT CARRAIGBHAN.

FESTIVITIES AT CARRAIGBHAN.

WuE raL we hear of festivities taking place on a grand scale, in another part of our county, we are happy in being able to announce, that the charming village of Rostrev'or was not a whit behind in presenting a scene of similar attraction and gaiety during the past week. On last
23 January 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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ENCUMBERED ESTATES COURT.—TUESDAY.

ENCUMBERED ESTATES COURT.—TUESDAY.

ENCUMBERED ESTATES COURT.-TUESDAY. MR. COMMISSIONER LONGorcio sat to-clay for the sale of encumbered property. Three estates were adver- tised for disposal, comprising lands ii the counties of Louth, Westmeath, Cork, and in the city of Cork; and there was a large attendance of pe
23 January 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOME-SAVED FLAXSEED.

HOME-SAVED FLAXSEED.

HOME-.SAVED FLAXSEED. TO TIUE EDITOR OF THE BELFAST NEVIS:LETTER. Waringstown, County Down, 20th January, l851. SIR-If you think the following worthy of a place in your excellent and loyal paper, I shall feel very much obliged for its ?? faithful servant, JOiiN MCAITurEN. TO THIE
23 January 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THEATRE ROYAL, DUBLIN. By Desire and urder the Patronage of THEIR EXCELLENCIES THE LORD LIEUTENANT AND THE COUNTESS OF CLAREN MON. Mr. HARRIS has the hononr to anno..a A GRAND JUVENILE NIG i On THIS EVENING (MONDAY), J ary 26th, When the performances will commence Seven, and the
26 January 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

On this day (Saturday) a troop of dragoons, from Dundalk barracks, will march for the town of Monaghan, we presume to remain there during the special commission. We under- stand that two troops of the 7th Hussars, and two companies of the 62d foot, will reach Dundalk barrack on
26 January 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OIL FOR IRISH LI

OIL FOR IRISH LI

—^GHT-HOUSES. THE Corporation for and Improving the Port of Dublin froun Per•on* willing M Tuo« «>r boat Oil, 15 Tuna ol best Oil. Tbeae Oil* be delivered the Store* of tbe Corporation, North Wall, Dublin, in nound and well-coopered Caakt, nut containing more than Fifty Gallon*
24 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland