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IN THE COURT OF THE

IN THE COURT OF THE

INCUMBERED 9 TES IN IRELAND. COUN F GALWAY. In the Matter of the PHE Commissioners tate of Walter La 'will, on FRIDAY, the Ewa, 4th day of JUNE. 182, at Owner. Twelve o'Clock, at their Ex parte the Rev. a CHAMBERS, Henrietta- Browne Poer, and oth street, Dublin, SELL BY Petition
08 May 1852 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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08 May 1852 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WARDER, MAY 8

THE WARDER, MAY 8

sumed by the pamphleteer whom Lord PALMERSTON quotes—should occupy England. It is a deplorable truth—and without a due appreciation of it, it is impossible to estimate justly either the danger or the baseness of the peace" factionthat their peculiar tactique results less from a
08 May 1852 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

HOUSE OF LORDS—TzsrmaDAT. The Duke of NORTHUMBERLAND presented a petition Nokia the grant to Maynombi. The Earl of DERRY weaseled three petition from the city of Roes against the emloannent of the Catholic clergy. The Earl of RODEN presented petitions from the female lehebitents
08 May 1852 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Thomas Johnston, late of Lower Claubrassil-street, in the city of Dublin; previously of Upper Leeson-street, ;in said city, shoemaker. George Robinson. late of Dalkey, musty Dublin, builder and hotel-keeper. Richard Nelson, We of Petrick-street, in the city of Dublin, butcher.

Thomas Johnston, late of Lower Claubrassil-street, in the city of Dublin; previously of Upper Leeson-street, ;in said city, shoemaker. George Robinson. late of Dalkey, musty Dublin, builder and hotel-keeper. Richard Nelson, We of Petrick-street, in the city of Dublin, butcher.

Nicholas Herbert Delamarre, arrested aa Nichols. Herbert Delamere, late of Eden-quay, in the city of Dublin, trading under the name and Arm, N. H. Delamere and Company, coal and commiasion merchant, and emigration agent; previously of Eden-quay aforesaid, co-partner in trade wit
08 May 1852 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WARDER, MAY 8 BIRTHS.

THE WARDER, MAY 8 BIRTHS.

April 30, at Phoenix-terrace, Williamstown, the lady of Robt. Barclay Macpherson Johnston. Esq., of a son. April 28, at Conger House, county Tipperary, the lady of Mcholm Biddalph, Esq., of a eon. April 29, at Watergate, Bandon, county Cork, the lady of Mr. Chas. Fredk. Odin, of
08 May 1852 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POPISH INTOLERANCE.

POPISH INTOLERANCE.

It is Tory rcmarkaMe bow incapable, so to speak, the Romanists are, of comprehending the meaning of words relating religious freedom. We find them already prepared to denounce the withdrawal of the grant to Maynooth aa an act of persecution." That is say, that if they are not fa
14 May 1852 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
SALE oE THE BELMORE ESTATES.

SALE oE THE BELMORE ESTATES.

SALE THE BELMORE ESTATES. Most, if not all, of our readers arc doubtless aware, from advertisements which have appeared in this and other public journals, that the Earl of Belmure's unset' tied estates in Tyrone will he sold in Dublin, the Encumbered Estates Commissioners, on the
14 May 1852 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
SHARMAN CRAWFORDS BILL—THE DIVISION.

SHARMAN CRAWFORDS BILL—THE DIVISION.

.. ..... The following are the names of the Irish members who toted on the second reading of this bill: Against (80) - Viscount Bernard, Sir Robert Core Booth, Sir Arthur H. Brooke. William M. Bunbury, James M. Caulfield, Lord John Chicbest. r. Hon. S. Clement*. Thomas Con oily.
14 May 1852 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
O T AND SHOE WAREHOUSE. Tiie Subscriber begs to state that he has just received A OF FBElf Cil AND

O T AND SHOE WAREHOUSE. Tiie Subscriber begs to state that he has just received A OF FBElf Cil AND

GERMAN LEATHERS, Of the Finest desniplion, CVRin LLT SELECTED SOB THE SUMMF.B SEASON J And daily expects A CASE OF LADIES’ SLIPPERS. PROM PARIS, GEORGE HUGHES. May. REVOLUTIONS OF 1848. ON TUESDAY, MAY ISth. 1832, Dr. Ti cker, of Belfast, will deliver LECTURE, the CORPORATION HA
14 May 1852 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland