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MURDER, AND ANNIHILATION OF THE BODY.

MURDER, AND ANNIHILATION OF THE BODY.

The Bordeaux journals give the'details, far they are known, of a most atrocious crime. The house of a M. Mano, at Bazas, was robbed in October last of 900f. Two men were suspected, and they were reckless enough to boast of the robbery in a publichouse, the landlord and his wife
10 May 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
NORTH LANCASHIRE ELECTION. We feel great pleasure in publishing the folio correspondence between Mr. Towneley, >lr. Armstrong, the of Mr.

NORTH LANCASHIRE ELECTION. We feel great pleasure in publishing the folio correspondence between Mr. Towneley, >lr. Armstrong, the of Mr.

James Hey wood's, election committee. '• Central Committe Room, Market Place, Preston, April 21st, 1852. ** Dear Sir,— have honour of for warding you, herewith, a copy of address of James Esq., one the candiiatei for the Northern diiison, and earnestly request the favour of your
10 May 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
FROM OUR PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT. " LONDON, SATURDAY "It is now scarcely possible that Parliament can l« dissolved sooner than the

FROM OUR PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT. " LONDON, SATURDAY "It is now scarcely possible that Parliament can l« dissolved sooner than the

middle of June. The obstruc tions given to the Militia Bill, and the discussion certain to ensue on the carrying through the House of Commons of the bill for transferring the seats belonging to the dis franchised towns of St. Albans and Sudbury, to other places to be named Monda
10 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ELECTION MOVEMENTS.

ELECTION MOVEMENTS.

Leitrim.—Mr. William Johnson, of Kinlongh-house, has addressed the electors, a firm supporter of the present government. Cavan Countt.—There has been scarcely symptoms of animation among the aspirants for the representation of the county during the past week. Anthony O'Reilly, E
10 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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
 
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