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L AXES T NEW S .

L AXES T NEW S .

L AXES T . [by electric telegraph.] AMERICA. The Franklin arrived at So ithampton this morning with mails from New York via Havre. She left on the 17ih insr. She brings specie to the amount of 310,00) dollars, and 672 bags of cotton. Tiie Austrian Charge de Affair* complained the
31 January 1852 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE ROAD TO HEALTH!

THE ROAD TO HEALTH!

HOLLOWAY’S PILLS CURE OF A DISORDERED LIVER AND BAD DIGESTION. Copy of a Letter from Mr. R. W. Kirlcuf, Chenfitf Prescot-btreet, Liverpool, dated June, 1851. To Professor Hoixowat, Sir,— Your Pills and Ointment have stood the highest on our sale list of Proprietary Medicines for
31 January 1852 - Downpatrick Recorder - Downpatrick, Down, Northern Ireland
 
DOWNPATRICK

DOWNPATRICK

Printed and Published every SATURDAY, by C. 'if Fish-street, where orders and conununioaUons are to M —Satokdat, Jatvart 31, 185t.
31 January 1852 - Downpatrick Recorder - Downpatrick, Down, Northern Ireland
 
TACSTEXS.

TACSTEXS.

Sir Charle* Knt. Rev. C. Owen, M. A. R. M«r»hall E.q. M.A. F.C. SketEso, P.U.B J. Mowt.y E*],B.r.L I arrnattr *sp xrsmrirT wuErron. O. R. H. DENISON, E.«., Queen'. College Cambridge. soucrTOß Evnr.avn. J. W. P. SCOTT, Esq. fOf.ICtTOR IRFLAVO. PATRICK CONWAY, Esq. That these adva
31 January 1852 - Tuam Herald - Tuam, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
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31 January 1852 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
„ .caJhiu- a,l<i u l' 1 " f'!' ° f 'J In 1 ‘he mn-t insult**>at "it ter denuncistion of

„ .caJhiu- a,l<i u l' 1 " f'!' ° f 'J In 1 ‘he mn-t insult**>at "it ter denuncistion of

ih. tcliginn of the in ntl f. f ,he lieland hear).! mass of B\utpall>y whh such there b- of , ia , st-ona anoniali reCu c t hai wh-t \ou hove dic'ates »H - "“ „ a , pow-r animate that ,° ht ' lhe , ii)Bt k (1) . pinu Lnok also M Mj) . sprung up wit ,, , in , nu nooih Colleg . h»
31 January 1852 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
SI. Frauds’ Abbey Brewery, KILKENNY. PALE HITTER ALE EDMOND SMITH WICK invie* at'entinn the above Article now delivering from his

SI. Frauds’ Abbey Brewery, KILKENNY. PALE HITTER ALE EDMOND SMITH WICK invie* at'entinn the above Article now delivering from his

ESTABLISHMENT, which, for Rchness and Pur Flavour, cannot excelled. December 30, 1861.
31 January 1852 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
CABINET COUNCILS.

CABINET COUNCILS.

A Cabinet Council was held Tuesday, at the Foreign Office, at half-past two o’clock. The Ministers present wore—Lord John Russell, Marquis of Lansdowue, Earl Minto, the Lord Chancellor, Earl Granville, Sir C. Wood, Sir G. Grey, Marquis of Clanricarde, the Earl of Carlisle, the R
31 January 1852 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
jtUsrrllaiuaus.

jtUsrrllaiuaus.

A Catai.ot.i e eries.— person calls his dwelli rip Willow Grove," or “Rose Bower,’ is it not sure sipn that neither willows nor roses flourish in its vicinity? Tins Prospect Place'ever any view ? and does not “Mount Pleasant stand in a hollow, redolent of bad fish and decay|cd v
31 January 1852 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST PHASIS OF NAPOLEONISM.

LATEST PHASIS OF NAPOLEONISM.

Louis Napoleon i rapidly developing in succession the several traits of his character, which, while he remained in obscurity, were unknown to the public. The violation '■ of his oath was the first step in his progress to the despotic position which he at present occupies, lu ord
31 January 1852 - Downpatrick Recorder - Downpatrick, Down, Northern Ireland