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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
 
LONDON CORN EXCHANGE-FRIDAY MAY 14.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE-FRIDAY MAY 14.

At day's market little English wheat on realised Monday's prices Foreign bad only a retail sale. Floating cargoesnone sale off the coast; importers do not preas those on passage under late rates, but few transactions hare been entered into lately; buyers wait for arrivals in pre
17 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

* WMWAVIiI AM A UAMMVTUAI VAi* FRANCE. Count Mole has addressed letter the Constilutionnel denying that he ever attended a meeting at ihe Tuileries, at which it was proposed by General Changarnier to arrest Louis Napoleon, and to send him Vincennes, or that any thing of the kind
24 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL VETERINARY COLLEGE, LOUDON.

ROYAL VETERINARY COLLEGE, LOUDON.

Mr. R.M. Murray, too of our fellow citizen, Mr. Mwray, patted hit examination in a very distinguished Miner at this College on Wednesday last. There were four rejected at the time time. May U.
24 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CALUMNIES AGAINST THE TENANT LEAGUE.

CALUMNIES AGAINST THE TENANT LEAGUE.

We would call the attention of our readers, not only those who are interested in the success of the Tenant League, but all who love fair play, to the report of the meeting of that body, which will be found in the fonrth page. The readers of the Examiner have had an opportunity o
28 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SPECIAL ROAD SESSIONS.

SPECIAL ROAD SESSIONS.

For the Barony of Barrymore, was held at New G'anmire, on Monday last. Mr. Sheehy, of Corbally House, called to the Chair. Messrs. Denis and Cornelius O'Callaghan, and J. Martin. JP.'s, attended, as did Messrs. Campron, Humphries, Henry Barry, Mackey, Petnan. Martins Killova, Bu
28 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK HARBOUR REGATTA,IBS2, WILL take place on TUESDAY, 27th JULY, and following days, under the Patronage of her Majesty THE

CORK HARBOUR REGATTA,IBS2, WILL take place on TUESDAY, 27th JULY, and following days, under the Patronage of her Majesty THE

QUEEN, graciously pleased to grant CUP, Value oyfi MNDRED GUINEAS; His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant and the Members of the Royal Cork Yacht Club. PRESIDENT: James Hugh Smith Barry, Admiral, R.C.Y.C. Fleet. VICE-PRESIDENTS: The Commander-in-Chief, Irish Station. Thomas G. Frenc
28 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Shocking M"*i>ee of a —The Tillage Donaghadee or* the greatest by the report of woman haying J ' her husband

Shocking M"*i>ee of a —The Tillage Donaghadee or* the greatest by the report of woman haying J ' her husband

on the preceding night. The awful committed a pjan cilled William M'Cready, innkeeper. The w<s greatly niutiiatfd, one arm having been broken two places, and the otuer mangled th,e squll was literally laid open, d one of the legs was also broken. The weapon used wi« heavy kitche
24 May 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PAST AND TOE PRESENT GOVERNMENTS—THE DUBLIN HOSPITALS.

THE PAST AND TOE PRESENT GOVERNMENTS—THE DUBLIN HOSPITALS.

(From the Freeman.) Onr London contemporary, the Standard, had a terrible announcement on Saturday, Which, true, and for the sake of human nature we reject untrue, would add another, and the most frightful of all, to the seams and cross-seams that disfigure the official face of
24 May 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland