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MONEY-MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY-MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

Lohdor, Mohday.—The English Btock Market baa been very quiet to-day, business continuing dull, and prices unaltered. Consols were done at to and closed at the same rate both for money and the account In the Reddfced Three per Cents, the dealings were at 99 to t; New Three and-a
26 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIVERPOOL CATTLE MARKET—MONDAY MAY 24.

LIVERPOOL CATTLE MARKET—MONDAY MAY 24.

From the 15th to the 22d inst. the imports of live atock from Ireland comprised the following 1,496 beasts, 1,539 sheep and lambda 1,893 pigs, 20 calves, and 123 hows. In the same period the arrivals sea from Scotland were— 402 beasts, 363 sheep, 11 calves, and pigs. Coastwise,
26 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Confessions or Etonian. Charlvs Rowcroft, Author of *• Tales of the Colonies," &q. The rumours circulation respecting these *' Confessions,"

Confessions or Etonian. Charlvs Rowcroft, Author of *• Tales of the Colonies," &q. The rumours circulation respecting these *' Confessions,"

and the disclosures to expected from them, are, would seem, fully borne out by the work itself and It is therefore no matter of surprise that it ex. citing Jarge share of attention. Mr. Rowcroft has been called the modern Defoe, and In these 44 Confessions" he well sustains that
14 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INCUMBERED ESTATES COURT—THIS DAY.

INCUMBERED ESTATES COURT—THIS DAY.

PUBLIC SALES OF PROPKRTT. Mr Commissioner Hargreave sat thlfl day for the disposal of property In the Court, Henrietta-street, which was crowded with purchasers, professional men, and others. There was a brisk competition for the several lots. COUNTY OP OiLWiT. In the of the Est
14 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Murdee of lord Nobbcrt.—From the information just forwarded bj the chief of the police, Dublin Castle, there is little

The Murdee of lord Nobbcrt.—From the information just forwarded bj the chief of the police, Dublin Castle, there is little

doabt that the statement made by Patrick Daugheney, a prirate attached to the depot of the 67th Regiment, itationed at Dover, as to being the murderer of Lord Norbnry in Ireland, has turned out to be a tissue of falsehoods. Daugheney has been put under will, doubtless, Ptptr
14 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ANTIENT CONCERT ROOMS—MR. H. LEE CARTER'S MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT.

ANTIENT CONCERT ROOMS—MR. H. LEE CARTER'S MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT.

The performance presented by this gentleman last evening was novel and Interesting In its character. It combined the entertaining gossip of a raconteur with the attractions of varied musical performance and pictorial Illustration —that is, so far the latter term can applied to r
14 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MAGISTRACY.

THE MAGISTRACY.

Austin F. Crean, BalHnvilla, county Mayo, has been appomtea ' I justice of the peace for that county, the recommendation of Lord lieutenant of the county. COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH—TMUBIDAT, MAI 13. IHDICTMENT FOH LIBEL. Elizabeth French v. James Birch. The Lord Chief Juitice took
14 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Five Yuma at Nipadl—By Captain Thomas Smith, volumes "Few Englishmen possess soy acquaintance with the characteristics Nepaul. Its people, Its

Five Yuma at Nipadl—By Captain Thomas Smith, volumes "Few Englishmen possess soy acquaintance with the characteristics Nepaul. Its people, Its

resources;, topography, Bto. To supply this deficiency. Captain Smith, who commanded the escort the Political Resident at Khatmandoo, and acted as his assistant, hsa written theee volumes. The greatest praise is das to Captain Smith for the pains baa taken pot together the resul
19 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FROM ODE PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT. LONDON, SATURDAY. " Although nothing very striking in the of a sign has appeared in the

FROM ODE PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT. LONDON, SATURDAY. " Although nothing very striking in the of a sign has appeared in the

political horizon, still, to the experienced eye, indications are not wanting of an approaching termination of the session—that is to say, in a month or six weeks. The decks are beginning to be cleared) and the sacrifice of the innocents has commenced. A number of measures, impo
17 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHURCH.

THE CHURCH.

On Thursday the Cth instant, the foundation stone of new church, to dedicated St. Matthew, Bedford-town, was laid by Lord John Russell, a site given the Duke of Bedford, in tho parish of St. Pancras, presence of a Urge concourse of persons, including a considerable number the P*
17 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland