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PORTUGAL.

PORTUGAL.

Intelligence from Lisbon is of the 17th inst. Tho dectlons of Villa Real had been announced. Tho Chamber of Deputies was constituted for legislative functions on the 17th inst. M. Silva Sanches wras President, and M. Derramado Vice-President. The Government had a batch of six ne
29 January 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Itish /HatStts.

Itish /HatStts.

DUBLIN. Tossoat. Ja». H.—Ora.n. #<• —Wc ha-l rather moderate su| ply ol home Gram market, and small advance was generally paid on all descripUons- More money was required for foreign Wheat, and lew sales effected. An advance per quarter was required ou Indian Corn. Prices : Whea
29 January 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DENOMINATIONS,

DENOMINATIONS,

Cooltederry, Bsllyroorria, Queen’- County, Kilmalogue, King’* County, and Houses in Portarlingtou ... Cooltederry, and Honses in same, Like Like Like Same, and Houses iu Portarlingtou Houses in same and Lands in Cooltederry and Ballymorris ... Houses in ••ame Houses in same and
29 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS.

DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS.

The Mansion House and Demesne of Park are tuate the Queen’s County, on the Line of the Great Southern and Western Railway, which runs through the centre of the Estates, within one mile of a first-class (Portarliogtoo) station, and in point of time scarcely two hours’ from Dublin
29 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LEVEE AT THE CASTLE.

LEVEE AT THE CASTLE.

Kxcelleocjr the Lord |Lieutenant bald bis first L«re«. for the season yesterday. His Excellency entered the Throne-room shortly after one o’clock, attended by the following Officers of the State and Household : The State Steward—Earl Mountcharles. The Private Secretaries—Hon. Ge
29 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING POST THOKSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1852.

THE DUBLIN EVENING POST THOKSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1852.

29 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
wit Hqp

wit Hqp

wit <TUESDAYS THURSDAYS.) -A.JLJ • i AND SAT UR DATS. man of the realm—why are we denied equality with England and Scotland (cries of heir) ? Why are there such differ* ences in representation—municipal right—governmental patronage; and why are we comp, lied to support a monstrou
29 January 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Lot No. 7.

Lot No. 7.

All that Piece or PARCEL OF LAND and PREMISES, situate, lying, and being the Back Row by Gray’s Row to Seaview, in the Town of WARRENPOINT aforesaid, containing in front to the street 40 feet, and in depth 212 feet, or thereabouts, be the same more or less. The foregoing several
29 January 1852 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
he confined : and inasmuch a. the- not the nlea. toe plea was clearly bad. The leanest recapitulated his arguments,

he confined : and inasmuch a. the- not the nlea. toe plea was clearly bad. The leanest recapitulated his arguments,

namely, that the m was not jnstifinl the mere »<' of l '' the plaintiff hatl given previ.m* consent to uuJir aeration —that proof had not been given that Swift’s Hospital was neceasarv, ' * l ' a<l been given by the plaintiff to bring kirn through the street?, and confine him th
29 January 1852 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
determination to crush w!int cannot subdued. know that the whole force of the French ndoinmtration. barked vast army and swarm

determination to crush w!int cannot subdued. know that the whole force of the French ndoinmtration. barked vast army and swarm

ot unseronolons a.-ents. is now m the hands of men ot whose judgment and whose ienee we entert.o. the lowest opinion. They ore makinw themselves hateful and obnoxious Ibe re.elnlion itself to every ct.lbxed state t'urope And, lastlv, they are aff..rdina triumph those who. like o
29 January 1852 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland