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THE HOUSEHOLD CLOCK

THE HOUSEHOLD CLOCK

The household dork with dial dim, Still murk* flight ot time ; Speaks with ifs silvery voice each honr, And rings its merry chime. Wore than hundred years have pass’d Since first sr.ee began. Yet still it moVeB*with measured step, A monitor man. How many forms that sleep in dust
31 January 1852 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
IT.VDETI THE PATRONAGE OF THEIR \ •> i I K\, IF.S THE LORD LIEUTENANT ASU THE COUNTESS OF CLARENDON. BRUNETTES

IT.VDETI THE PATRONAGE OF THEIR \ •> i I K\, IF.S THE LORD LIEUTENANT ASU THE COUNTESS OF CLARENDON. BRUNETTES

MODEL . i .y .fjit MOST INTER KSTINC. LOCALITIES Of I ANCIENT KOME, / (Jast rcnaplotrd,) IS NOW EXHIBITING AT THE ROTUNDA. r»THIS Work of An, ;!»<■« vlricl nprcsent.lion i of Iho C.nllolmo ati’l Hills. Forums. Jro. . iIT .11 Ifio Pal.ioM. T«d;.I«. Basilic*. Arras. Triomph.l A c’
29 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

Jao. 27. in Kllbraw Church, by the Rev. R. Rowan, R >bert Eg'lntcn Saton, Esq., of the Manor House, Ratoath, late of the 93 I Highlander*, and son of the late Colonel Seton, C.H., to Jana Rebecca, daughter Henry Garnett, Esq., of Green Park, county of Meath. Jan. 27, in the Chur
29 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LEVEE,

THE LEVEE,

llih Excellency the Lotd Lieutenant held the first fnr the sea. rcsterJay. Ilia Excellency entered the Throne Room shortly after c o'clock, attended the following officers of the State and Uouaa* Tne State S Mountcharlea. The Private Secretaries—Uou. Gerald Poosonby and M»jor Po
29 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

Jan. 22. In St. Peter'a Church, by the Rer. Maurice FitaOerald D*y, John Charlea, third eon of the late J»bn D'Arcy, E*q , J P., uf Hyde Park, county of Weatoieath, to HenrielU Anna, aurririog daughter Thomas Brierly, Kiq-. of Richmond-hill, Rathmiue*, euuu'y of Dublin. Ja i. 17
31 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A VOICE FROM THE TOWER.

A VOICE FROM THE TOWER.

Reginald's Tower, Sunday Evening Debr Si r— l take advantage of this favorable appartunity to write your widely-circulaten’ paper a line, in order to expriss my humble thanks to the Carporation of Waterford for the very fine ’commodatioas which they have been so kind as to vouch
30 January 1852 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THii. WATiiiIFORD NiiWS.

THii. WATiiiIFORD NiiWS.

THE FREE BRIDGE—THE FACTS ? The Sixteen FACTS which have been before the public for the last week, we understand .have created great sensation both amongst the people and the Bridge Commissioners themselves. Jffot one of those facts, believe, will the Commissioners attempt to co
30 January 1852 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
BOSS FUKK BRIDGE.

BOSS FUKK BRIDGE.

BOSS BRIDGE. The respected Chairman of the Town Commissioners of Boss (says (he Weifqrd Independent) has received amongst other communications of cheering character, the following letters from Messrs. Tottenham and Lambert, which reflect much credit or those gentlemen : Ballycurr
30 January 1852 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CIRCUS,

THE CIRCUS,

A Clonmel Correspondent us, that the respectable equestrian compiny, which has been performing in that town (hr some time, will be in Waterford in few dye. MINISTERS* MONEY. T« the Editor of the Witrrf.nd Vers. Waterford, Jan. 29,1852. Sir—There aeeros to be, in this city, gener
30 January 1852 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. ODE NATIONAL SIGNS OP (From ike Evening Packet.) h.« e*pre»*ed, cl«»h.re. the opinion '.ruined of th.t

SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. ODE NATIONAL SIGNS OP (From ike Evening Packet.) h.« e*pre»*ed, cl«»h.re. the opinion '.ruined of th.t

en.ioip.wdmru.on which .. e. ort'Sen. effrightiog the elderly virgin* of England from their propriety. SmOo the topic first was mooted it h*e formed theme for the unirerkal English pres* i «id. of “> ** bulls is ever the greale»t coward, the Hfnie» ha* taken the foremost place a
31 January 1852 - Weekly Vindicator - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland