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BANQUET AT FISHMONGERS' HALL.

BANQUET AT FISHMONGERS' HALL.

BANQUET AT FISH-MONGERS' 1ALL. 2 WVnoxasrtvy ight tle Fishinongers' Company enter- rtained a large party, consisting chiefly of the honorary a members of this distinguished guil, at a nostsunmptuous banquet in their noble and spacious hall. Thle Prime Warden, Mr. J. Weston, presi
31 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORK, BLACKROCK, AND PASSAGE RAILWAY.

CORK, BLACKROCK, AND PASSAGE RAILWAY.

Traffic for i»ast week, 3s. iod.; number of Passengers, 9.500. Corresponding week last year, *130 ss. lid.; number oI Passengers, 6,863
31 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE COURT—Friday.

POLICE COURT—Friday.

[Before Captain Wood anc* Charles Sugrue, Esq.] Informations were ordered against John Healy and Denis Healy for stealing lead from the Blackpool Convent. Joshua Barrett apprehended on charge of stealing tobacco, was remanded. charge robbery on board vessel. Patrick Holland, who
31 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr. Feargus O'Connor New York.—Among: the imusing notabilities which our city hat had the honour receiving: lately from Europe, Mr,

Mr. Feargus O'Connor New York.—Among: the imusing notabilities which our city hat had the honour receiving: lately from Europe, Mr,

Feargus O'Connor, who arrived here a few days ago the Luropa. occupies the most distinguished niche. His past career as a great political agitator, member of the British Parliament, proprietor of the Northern Star, leader of the Chartists of England, and originator of the Sn»gg'
31 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
We in the Preue of Vienna ; Prince possesses an amulet which Lord Byron formerly wore round bis neck, and

We in the Preue of Vienna ; Prince possesses an amulet which Lord Byron formerly wore round bis neck, and

which shows how superstitious the noble lord Tbis amulet, the inscriptioDS of which have been recently translated the celebrated Orientalist Momor Burgstale, contains treaty entered into between Solomon and a she devil, in virtue which no harm could happen to the person wbo shou
31 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
lonium Friday, 28th May. The tidings which ship after ship brings from Australia begin by degrees to penetrate the stubborn

lonium Friday, 28th May. The tidings which ship after ship brings from Australia begin by degrees to penetrate the stubborn

material of the English mind. The natural effect is a loud and rapidly spreading cry for larger means of transport, greater facilities for emigration. The colony is gasping for labour—the people there are turning up gold in spade-fulls—whilst amongst ourselves poverty in every s
31 May 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE ELECTORS OF THE BOROUGH OF 311,60. JT fifteen years since you first confided to me the trust of

TO THE ELECTORS OF THE BOROUGH OF 311,60. JT fifteen years since you first confided to me the trust of

representing yoar Borough in Parliament. Daring that long period our intercourse has been characterised amount of reciprocal confidence for which might fearlessly challenge the existence of any cotemporary example. After so long an experience, .might well content myself with sol
31 May 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

I BEATRE ROYAL, DUBLIN.' " THItS EVENLNG ~(Monday), may Si, 1852, will,-be presented the Romantic Drama of THE DEVIL'S IN IT. Baron Gompartz, Mr. Bromley; Alb£t Hlostein, Mro J. febster; Rollo, Iiss Emma Stanley; Feuid, MiSs Jenny IALa Cracovienne by Madlle. E tine St. Louin. In
31 May 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: MONDAY, MAY 31, 1852.

DUBLIN: MONDAY, MAY 31, 1852.

. ?? - . ot' em ?? ' ?? DUBLU~ !X6NDAY, MY8'182 * J E * g s - ?? ?? = 1 . Il I THE POLICY FOn IRELD-PARLIAMENTARY ?? PLEDGE8-3 E 02 EE.. iXAMINEt% - ?? tere weire, ion.e 1t rnre 'Iear'defined in thepoiciy of frelandsitihan aanother-more ¢ontinu- onsly ihiated' onb ?? Prela cy and
31 May 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CUSTOMS REFORM.

CUSTOMS REFORM.

It is probable that this subject will be forced upon the attention of Parliament next session, for between 600 and 700 of the leading London merchants have petitioned the House of Commons favour of Customs reform. The petitioners are of all politics, but agree in the imperative
31 May 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland