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LAST FBICE OV SHAKES.

LAST FBICE OV SHAKES.

LAST FBICE SHAKES. Share £ Hibernian Bank 100 Provincial Bank m. .. On. Ne* ... .. 10 N ktional Bank 60 >▼«) Bank 60 >ndoß and Dublin Bank ... 60 National Insurmnc Company 250 Patriotic Insurance Company 100 MinmK Comrany of Ireland 25 Wioklow Copper Mine ...| 25 City of Dubun Sm
31 January 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
occasionally strayed away, and are the trophies the seal of our modern Pharisees, who, like their prototypes in the Gospel,

occasionally strayed away, and are the trophies the seal of our modern Pharisees, who, like their prototypes in the Gospel,

compass sea and earth to make one proselyte, and, when they have found him, make him child of hell tenfold worse than themselves. Yes, whilst the men who are converted to the Catholic church are either reclaimed from ttiel* sins by their conversion, or rendered more perfect and
31 January 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 31, 1852, {}PRICE 4?

SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 31, 1852, {}PRICE 4?

31 January 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
aMtion which tad been J«» to ierenl , qoeslion pot hta, ™M_" l M.ktac • ProtMtant tta MsisUncc ot tad

aMtion which tad been J«» to ierenl , qoeslion pot hta, ™M_" l M.ktac • ProtMtant tta MsisUncc ot tad

meal or roroot hUr). That was his rsplj; «d hi looted Archbishop as his aothorrlj (renew- Idlanehter'-He (Mr. Kejnold. heart hi. eightftiend lordship would prew.it him to Ttishoo of Beverly, mention cireumstnoco that had nrer Thurles (hear, hear). No- (the hon. member for Dublin
31 January 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IN CHANCERY.

IN CHANCERY.

In the Matter of HEREBY tell ONORIA AGNES O’GORMAN, quire all Persons Petitioner ; claiming to be Creditors, or pecuniary SPENSER COSBY PRICE, Legatees of COR- Respondent. NELIUS HYDE, ■ ■- late of Castlehyde, And the Court of Chancery (Ireland) in the County of Regulation Act,
29 January 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
him now what reasonable means had this insolfent to rely on or to expect to pay his debts. The .£3,000,

him now what reasonable means had this insolfent to rely on or to expect to pay his debts. The .£3,000,

the wife’s fortune, was drawn—his farms were, if not over rented, heavily rented. For one of them the rent was £440 year, and it was found in the Master’s Report that at this time there was £660 arrear of rent due on it. had heard of nothing tangible to meet these debts but two
29 January 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
No. 8,890.—V0L. XLIII. HICH tRU MODV / /WORMS THE PUBLIC, that he it at present largely supplied with Bouse Betts,

No. 8,890.—V0L. XLIII. HICH tRU MODV / /WORMS THE PUBLIC, that he it at present largely supplied with Bouse Betts,

Bell- Carriages, levers an,l Cranks, Wire amt Bell Tubing. Patent Dish Covert, Disk-Matt, and DoiUys, Tea Urns, Tea Trays, Japanned and Papier-Maehie Brilannia-Metal and Block-Tin Tea and Coffee Pott, !fe. ; Percolators. Plated Bread-Baskets, Candlesticks, Cruets and Snuffers, G
29 January 1852 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
INSTITUTED 1831

INSTITUTED 1831

president: His Grace the Duke of BUCCLEUCH, K.G. Amount Assured, £3,000,000 Annual Revenue, Accumulated Fund, 636,000 ®TT is universally admitted that every JL man is bound, so far as his means extend, to provide for his Family after his death. To accomplish this important purpo
29 January 1852 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
SELECT P OETR i'-

SELECT P OETR i'-

SELECT P i'- litrraturr. WE HAVE NO SYMPATHIES APART. haves no sympathies apart, The self-same tastes control— One large tills each heart. One faith pervades the soul. The same soft strain will make us weep; Oar and our frar# Spottt*n^° K ,u °P A dre«n* rraemblMM* wears. hour to
29 January 1852 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
STANZAS

STANZAS

OX »OT DEAVOC RING TO LAV SALT ON A BIBO* TAIL Gently, gently yet. voting stranger! Light heart and light of heel; Ere tlie bird perceive its danger. thi slyly steal. Sileuca'—ha! your schema i» tailing— pursue your pretty prey ; See. your on the paling Startles it away. Hush! y
30 January 1852 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland