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??? the now aged survivor 'orensic exhibitions and rece departed friend, but every any way peculiar, that may 'imiliar conversation—lmmaspeaker

??? the now aged survivor 'orensic exhibitions and rece departed friend, but every any way peculiar, that may 'imiliar conversation—lmmaspeaker

as soon as uttered, 'they had been little keepr own value, but as nierson to whom thev had returned had been well ating in his attachment a final mark of his confine of the executors in his e 83rd year of his age.—
30 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

THE FRENCH REPUBLIC. (From the Correspondent of the Chronicle.) INVASION or ENGLAND. Paris, Sunday Evening.—The impression is becoming daily stronger here that are Ihe eve ol war. Those who are acquainted with the sentiments of Louis Napoleon on the subject all admit that be wil
30 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The Ceficey Vindicator states that the 17th Regiment, quartered in that town, boot to receive increase of 130 men. The

The Ceficey Vindicator states that the 17th Regiment, quartered in that town, boot to receive increase of 130 men. The

Daily contains the following It is now certain that aneiauitatian of tbe army will take place.— The entire augnieiilMtai iMI be about 10,000 men—no officers are, it is said,i#beaded. The measure detail Witt be shortly published."
30 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SPECIAL COMMISSION.

THE SPECIAL COMMISSION.

Monaghan, Wednesday.—The Judges took their seats on the bench at 10 o'Clock, when two men, Francis Kelly and Owen Kelly, were charged with the murder the late Mr. Bateson. Francis Kelly was first tried, and pleaded not guilty. The principal evidence against the prisoner, who was
30 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS. January 26, Ennlskillen, the wife of Dr. Wm. Ovenden, of son. The lady of Richard Sarpint, Esq., M.D., of

BIRTHS. January 26, Ennlskillen, the wife of Dr. Wm. Ovenden, of son. The lady of Richard Sarpint, Esq., M.D., of

a son. At the Ordnance House, Fethard, the lady of Lieutenant- Colonel Gore, of a son. At Bandon, the lady of Stephen Browne. Esq., LL.D., of a son. At Barbadoes, the wife of Captain John Porter, of the 67th RegU ment, of a son. January 20, at 56, Dame-street, the wife of Mr. Al
30 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PARLIAMENT OPENS FEBRUARY 3, 1882. H. SMITH AND SONS, EXPRESS NEWSPAPER OFFICE, 1, EDEN-QUAY, DUBLIN. WH. SMITH and SON, in

PARLIAMENT OPENS FEBRUARY 3, 1882. H. SMITH AND SONS, EXPRESS NEWSPAPER OFFICE, 1, EDEN-QUAY, DUBLIN. WH. SMITH and SON, in

drawing the • attention the Irish Public to the fact, order that their Instructions for Newspapers may be forwarded as early possible, take the opportunity to express their thanks for the sup. port which has been extended to them and the Ute MIJ. K. John■ton (the former propriet
30 January 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
f Mub-rnpiion. X !«•«. Ilnli-Y« in-i* .£ | L (laarterlr.l’Jw (id. Fap« r.4d. The Rev. Julies M'Culeocuh, in proposing the

f Mub-rnpiion. X !«•«. Ilnli-Y« in-i* .£ | L (laarterlr.l’Jw (id. Fap« r.4d. The Rev. Julies M'Culeocuh, in proposing the

next resolution, said that it embraced certain distinct propositions—lstly—That unlimited power of rack-renting and eviciion exists io Ireland is an assertion that the history of last six years fearfully illustrates and confirms. Entire districts in the South and West of Ireland
29 January 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION.

TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION.

SOLD PUBLIC AUCTION. 0« the Premitet, on Thurtd.iy. the G/A February next, at the hour of Pleven o'clock, That dwelling-house and offices known Rock-ColUge," with the Farm of Land attached thereto, situate the TowtlAdjjf CARNALI.A, Parish of Bangor, formerly in of the late Hugh M
29 January 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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29 January 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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31 January 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland