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THE SPECIAL COMMISSION.

THE SPECIAL COMMISSION.

THE following appeared -in our third edition of Wed- nesday:-; .rIonIalian, Tuesday Night. (FROM OUIL REPORTER.) After the delivery. of the charge to the Grand Jury by the Chief JustiCe of the Queen's Benchl, they retired to their room forthe purpose offindinga bill in the case
30 January 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LEVEE.

THE LEVEE.

I I . _ .. His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant held the first Levee 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 Mounteharles. The Private &ecreta
29 January 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BY EXPRESS.

BY EXPRESS.

I 0 ' a BJYF'Xi.?BSS. ' LIVERPOOL WEEKLY COMMERCIAL REPORT. (FROM OUR OWN COnRISPONDIp.) Liverpool, January 30. A reference to the market reports appended below will de- monstrate the truth of the asseition that business affairs ge- r nerally are not in a healthy or active positi
31 January 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOUTH DUBLIN UNION.

SOUTH DUBLIN UNION.

SOUTl DUBLIN UNION. The guardians held their weekly meeting on Thursday in the workhouse, James's-street, Dr. NALTY in the chair. The following guardians were present: Captain Nowlan, Captain Lindsay, Dr. Owens, Dr. Ryan, Surgeon Mitchell, Messrs Smyth, J Ouseley Bonsall, Ponsonb
31 January 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
1111 RIBBON CONSPIRACY.

1111 RIBBON CONSPIRACY.

RIBBON CONSPIRACY. rib Imparts weber mod Mew Rabbi se Vahan It rue addressed so s lasi and through the pest ells& give It " beady tabs this asthma, your bed or wary onset rent the bed Is se sod old be Ids oar out beggars the oho of a hoed* yea hare peg A Aping hoe the AM Molest b
31 January 1852 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
TIM CARLOW SENTINEL, JANUARY 31.1852.

TIM CARLOW SENTINEL, JANUARY 31.1852.

chile it is progress. Preemie. milli the ankles which they prams esedseally eosin slim fora grows of the praises metals. are peepers mere of them for There by the edema is the the raw while the le die profits of the are thee added es the ordinary profile their trade. Meet sets.,
31 January 1852 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
HUNT! NO APPOI NTM ENTS.

HUNT! NO APPOI NTM ENTS.

r. 3 8. 7 SOUND/ /a BB ? . .. Corbett°. • • Drewetown. 11 eeieek. RIBTOFN OF LIFOFINVIF Plll.—Thl.enterpaisfnr yeatieman who had adootretwd to eras Biheria to the Kam torlietk an shore of Iteheing's Straits, to seem+ the& thews inhospitable latitudre for Sir John Frani expeditio
31 January 1852 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
LIVERPOOL CORN MARKET.

LIVERPOOL CORN MARKET.

The imports during the past week have been trilling, with the exception of wheal, of • hieh qrs, halm been reported. Flour iv Mall *came, the Imports of the week being only 3,077 sacks stul 5410 Moguls. Of oatmeal prctty large arrivals from I rrlaud have takes piney. Total impor
31 January 1852 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
The subject Reform receives in this country some occasional illustrations, which would be very laughable, if they were not tragical

The subject Reform receives in this country some occasional illustrations, which would be very laughable, if they were not tragical

in their consequences to suitors. As the law stands at present, Swift's description of it is by no means extravagant—that if one possesses himself of another's cow, whether the cow was his or not is never thought of, but the question wholly turns upon whether she is black or whi
30 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SIGNS IN THE HOROSCOPE OF THE DESPOT.

SIGNS IN THE HOROSCOPE OF THE DESPOT.

Signs are not wanting that the tide of M. Bonaparte's fortune is on the turn. In our last publication we recorded the fact of the desertion of M. Montalembert, the lay leader of the priest party, and the organ of their electioneering operations in favour of the Prince President
30 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland