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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

Mr. SPOONER rose to move for the appointment of a select committee to inquire into the system of education carried on at the College Maynootb. The Marquis of BLANDFORD seconded the resolution. Mr. CHISHOLM ANSTEY then moved his amendment as follows That this bouse will resolve i
12 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNCIL MEETING OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY OF IRELAND.

COUNCIL MEETING OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY OF IRELAND.

Yesterday a council meeting was held in the Society's Rooms, Sackvllle-street, when the usual preparatory business was gone through, and ordered to be submitted the half-yearly meeting of subscribers on Thursday first The following new members were duly moved and nominated, amou
12 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Impobtatiok or Sheep and Black Cattli Upwards of 350 cheviot ewes, with a number of tups, and over 200 head

Impobtatiok or Sheep and Black Cattli Upwards of 350 cheviot ewes, with a number of tups, and over 200 head

of black cattle, were driven through this town Sunday last, their way to Mount Browne, the residence English gentleman (Mr. Simpson), who has imported a large stock of Scotch cattle into that locality.—Mayo Conttitvtion. The Crops in the Count? Antrim.—The husbandman is busily e
12 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MAYNOOTH INQUIRY.

THE MAYNOOTH INQUIRY.

Mr. Spoobib's motion for select committee to inquire into the mode in which they manage matterg in the Royal College of St. Patbick, Maynooth, will, probably, come on upon Tuesday "next, and it will be seen by the letter of our private correspondent, that two notices of amendmen
07 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROLLS COURT—Wednesday, May 5.

ROLLS COURT—Wednesday, May 5.

Malone O'Connor. In this case application was made to the court to stay proceedings which had been taken at the petty bag side of the Court of Chancery, by the executors of surety, upon the recognisance of the late receirer in the cause, who had been a defaulter, in consequence
07 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
French Proverb Heaven sent us woman ; and the Devil stajs.—Punch. The Countess of Clarendon has forwarded a box valuable

French Proverb Heaven sent us woman ; and the Devil stajs.—Punch. The Countess of Clarendon has forwarded a box valuable

articles, the work of her needle and of her panel], to Mrs. Edward N. Hoare, Deanery, Waterford, for a bazaar aboot held in tha course the present month, in aid of a subscription list recently opened, for carrying into effect extensive repairs and improvements in the Cathedral o
07 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE THEORY OF ELIMINATION.

THE THEORY OF ELIMINATION.

Sir Crables Trevelyan earned a baronetcy and some thousand!) year of additional pay, by proposing to " eliminate" the superabundant inhabitants of Ireland. His boldness entitled him to a reward ; for he was the first, perhaps, who had the courage to avow that doctrine Unguage un
21 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF COMMONS—Thursday, Mat 20. The house went into committee on the militia bill commencing with the consideration of the 17th clause.' Mr. HARDCASTLE moved proviso to the effect that militiaman should be subjected to corporal punishment. On a division, the proviso was rejec
24 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RcrriiNLT Outrage On Tuesday evening poor woman, Protestant, residing in one of the bye lanes of our city, sent for

RcrriiNLT Outrage On Tuesday evening poor woman, Protestant, residing in one of the bye lanes of our city, sent for

the clergyman of the parish to t ' enl her, she being confined to her bed by a severe attack of illness. The clergyman had not long repaired to toe tenement which the invalid occupied, and was eDgagea in the act of administering the spiritual aid whioh sought at bis bands, when
24 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KAFIR WAR.

THE KAFIR WAR.

Pi.tmouth, Monday, Mat 3—The merchant-ship Maidstone, Captain Nash, from Calcutta, which left the Cope of Good Hope on the 17th March, has landed a passenger here. Her accounts from the seat of war are seven days later than those hy the Agincourt, on Saturday. Colonel Yarborou<;
05 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland