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Now ready, at all the Libraries, HE NEW AUEELIA. " A story of thrilling interest and coimderable power. have rarely

Now ready, at all the Libraries, HE NEW AUEELIA. " A story of thrilling interest and coimderable power. have rarely

uiet with a novel of more Birgu»ftleYerneße. , '-<Jfett<ngcr. Also, In 3 v<:JOF^ CONFESSIONS ETONIAN.' By Charl 1 RoWcroft, Esq Author of Tales of the Colonies," &c. Colburn and Co., Publishers, 13, Great Marlborough-street. Just Published, price 10s. 61., by post, lis. The tenu
05 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD CAMPBELL'S PURCHASE.

LORD CAMPBELL'S PURCHASE.

The l»te Sir Robebt Peel dealt cruel Parthian stab to the hopes of both proprietors and mortgagees in Ireland, by his testamentary careat against the security of land investments at this side of the Channel; but it remained for Lord Campbell, Her Majesty's Lord Chief Justice, to
07 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND VARIETIES

FASHION AND VARIETIES

HER MAJESTY'S STATE BALL. The gave a State Ball on Wednesday evening at Buckingham Palace, which was most numerously attended by the nobility »nd gentry, nearly two thousand invitations] having been issued, and owing to her Majesty's gracious permission dispensing with the Court
07 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LADIES FASHIONS FOR MAY.

LADIES FASHIONS FOR MAY.

(PROM FOLLETT.) Before calling the attention of our readers to bonnets, which now form a prominent feature describing 44 La Mode," we must rotice two very becoming and fashionable caps. The first, the Char, lotte Corday, made of deep indented blonde, fall ing over bunches of ros
07 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE GENERAL ELECTION.

THE GENERAL ELECTION.

FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1852. At no former period of our history has there been general election more fraught with important consequences to Ireland, and never has our fate been so completely in our own bands. We are on the very eve of a decision that may affect our most distant posteri
28 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VARIETIES.

THE COURT. Osborse, Tcrsday, May 25.—Yesterday morning, It being her Majesty's birth-day, the band |of the Royal Marines assembled on the terrace, and played several aire honour of the day. The Tyrolese singers arrived from London, and also had the honour of singing before her M
28 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OP THE EVENING MAIL. Queen's College, Gal way, May 26,18fi2 Sib—l iboold feel much obliged by your

TO THE EDITOR OP THE EVENING MAIL. Queen's College, Gal way, May 26,18fi2 Sib—l iboold feel much obliged by your

allowing me to correct one or two errors to which your article of Monday last, on tbe Queen's College, Galway, would almost necessarily lead. The Medical School of the College it not without bos. pitals, as your observations might seem to imply. On the contrary, the County Infir
28 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Lord Byron's Amulet read the Preu of Vienna:—" Prince Metternich possesses mnlet which i Lord Brrou formerly wore round his

Lord Byron's Amulet read the Preu of Vienna:—" Prince Metternich possesses mnlet which i Lord Brrou formerly wore round his

neck, and whieb proves how superstition* the noble lord was. This amu- i let, the inscription* of which hare been recent!; trans. lated the celebrated orientalist, Momer Bugstale, con- tains treaty entered into between Solomon and she. 1 deril, in of which no harm conli) happen
28 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CASE OF MR. MURRAY.

THE CASE OF MR. MURRAY.

Subject Sentenced to Death bt the Pop*.—Mr. Murray, who has been sentenced to death by the Secret Tribunal of the Pope, is, now appears, the son of a late oaptain of the Bth Regiment of Foot, and, as will be seen by the following letters, a member of a family long connected with
28 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Lumley versus Waoneb—The arguments in tbU case were resumed Wednesday, when the Lord Chancellor judgment. He said—The case arose out

Lumley versus Waoneb—The arguments in tbU case were resumed Wednesday, when the Lord Chancellor judgment. He said—The case arose out

of a very simple contract. It was said that the ladj should sing at her Majesty's Theatre, and nowhere else. understood the argument, it was that the court could not interfere except where the court could compel specific performance, or deal with the whole matter incuded in the
28 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland