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BIRTHS. May 11, at Merton, county of Wexford, the wife of the Rot. Arthur Eden, vicar of Ticehurst, Sussex, of

BIRTHS. May 11, at Merton, county of Wexford, the wife of the Rot. Arthur Eden, vicar of Ticehurst, Sussex, of

a daughter. May 14, at Ballinkeele, the lady of John Maher, Esq.,of a son. April 17, at King square, St. John's, New Brunswick, the wife of Lieutenant John Boulton, Royal Artillery, of a son. May 13, at the Vicarage, Rosacarbery, the lady of the Rev. F. S. Hamilton, of a daughte
17 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD JOHN RUSSELL.

LORD JOHN RUSSELL.

Among the merits of Lord John Russell, set forth in bis address to the city of London, that which will probably interest oar readers the most, the special compensation which kindly and considerately provided for the owners of property in land, against the losses occasioned by hi
26 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE—MONDAY MAY 24.

LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE—MONDAY MAY 24.

JIU.IIUI, .UAI £■*. Whrat.—English sold quickly full prices, and in some cases selected samples brought is per qr. advance. Foreign had a better sale, at our late currency. Floating Cargoes: None off the coast for sale, and no change can reported. Ibdias Cork firm for arrived an
26 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SMITH O'BRIEN AND HIS INTERCESSORS.

SMITH O'BRIEN AND HIS INTERCESSORS.

©tom'ttfl mail. FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1852. So long the memorial in favour of the remission of the punishment of the convicted insurgents of 1848 was waiting its fate from the Government, we abstained from sayiog one word which could, the slightest degree, prejudice the cause those mi
21 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A Recommendation Sir Nuoint assured his constituents, last Tuesday, that he bad never sought a favour for himself or any

A Recommendation Sir Nuoint assured his constituents, last Tuesday, that he bad never sought a favour for himself or any

one belonging to him; but he did " ask place for a poor man he found begging in the slreett of Mullingar." The poor man was a placebeggar, we presume, and qualified,according to the orthodox standard of merit, for anything from guager to a lord chancellor. The public will be cur
21 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THe Editor of Or SADHDEBS's NEWS-LETTER. Sib—From reeding the Timet of the 18th instant some remarks on Captain Warner'*

TO THe Editor of Or SADHDEBS's NEWS-LETTER. Sib—From reeding the Timet of the 18th instant some remarks on Captain Warner'*

projectiles, I am induced to state the following facts:—ln the year 1824 I charged my percussion rifle-shells with fulminating silver, fulminating mercury, and other powerful explosive agents. do not pretend to know what Captain Warner's agent or mode of appliance is, but I do k
21 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN MARKETS.

THE DUBLIN MARKETS.

TOR THE UDMO FRIDAY, MAT 21, 1852. Spitaltirlds.—Bacon per cwt., 45s Od to 48s Od; hams, 83s 0d to 37s 4d; pigs' cheeks, Od to 32s bladdered lard, 46s ; export butter, 46s 8d to 48s Od; open butter, 6d Bd. per lb. The bacon market had a good supply of goods this week; sales dull
21 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ELECTIONS.

THE ELECTIONS.

Athlone—Rumours are prevalent, during the week, of candidates on Conservative principles, contesting the representation of this borough. The gentlemen spoken of are Mr. Lloyde, of the county Roscommon, and Mr. G. A. Boyd, of Middleton Park, county Westmeath. We give the rumour i
21 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY'S MAT SHOW.

ROYAL HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY'S MAT SHOW.

The Mar Exhibition of this society was held yesterday the Rotunda Gardens, and was all respects one of the beet which has ever taken place in this city. The grounds were thronged by a very large assemblage of the most elegant compauy, and the weather was most propitious for the
21 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INCUMBERED ESTATES. si* Iff mm ill 111! ?3H • as! : : 8.: 8.: : i | C. J UU

INCUMBERED ESTATES. si* Iff mm ill 111! ?3H • as! : : 8.: 8.: : i | C. J UU

t-t MMMOUO9O >- U -u <u t- LOT I. Consisting of the Demesne, &c., situate within eight m'lee of Clonmel, one of the most flourishing towns the south of Ire. land, within two miles of Carrlck.on.Suir, and fourteen of the city of Waterford. It Is beautifully situated in warm valle
19 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland