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- octvp. BE KIND. B1 S -a.NC .1. T. 7A T.L BE kind to the old man, while strong in thy youth- Be kind, not in seeming alone, but in truth; He once was as young, and as hopeful as thou, With a bosom as light, as unwrinkled a brow! Be kind to the poor man, and give of thy bread, Wi
14 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Belfast News Letter.

The Belfast News Letter.

4T B~tt BELFAST: MONDAY, MAY 10, 1852. CONTINENTAL news will be foond in our first page, and we give below the latest intelligence from the seat of' war at the Cape, together with three days' later news from America:- THE TCAF~TI3, WAVAR, PLYrIOUTir, Finky, MAY 7.-The General Scr
10 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST WATER COMMISSIONERS.

BELFAST WATER COMMISSIONERS.

BELPAST WATER COMMISSIONERS. TRIENNIAL MEETING O' THE RATEPAYERS. YESTERDAY, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, a pub- lic meeting of the water ratepayers of this town was held in the Town Hall, for the purpose of receiving the statement of the Commissioners' accounts for the pas
12 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST CITY INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST CITY INTELLIGENCE.

The English Stock Market was rather fluctuating, but not lower. Consols, 99| to | for Transfer, and for Account. The New Three-and-a-Quarter per Cents, to £, and the Three per Cents, 98| to Bank Stock, 219$ to 220 J. East India Bonds are 83s. premium. There was unusual quietude
10 May 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
RAILWAY-COMMUNICATION TO SLIGO.

RAILWAY-COMMUNICATION TO SLIGO.

On Thursday, meeting of the Merchants and other inhabitants the I.or augh of Sligo, was held in Mis- County Court-House lor the purpose into con - si ler.Rion Railway Coranunicatiga to Stigo via Euuiskillep. Edward H. Yerdon. Esq., Mator, Presided. We observed the following gent
10 May 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE ENTERTAINMENT TO MRS. CHISHOLM.

THE ENTERTAINMENT TO MRS. CHISHOLM.

We underatand Colonel Vaughan has, in the most cour teous manner, placed the splendid band of the 90th, at the service of the Committee for the Soiree in honour of the above lady, to take place on Monday evening next. All th other arrangements have been made in the most taiisf**
14 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHIONABLE IMPORTATIONS THE WOOLLEN WAREHOUSE AND CLOTHING ✓ ESTABLISHMENT, // 39, PATRICK.STREET, I HAVE just received a Large Stock of

FASHIONABLE IMPORTATIONS THE WOOLLEN WAREHOUSE AND CLOTHING ✓ ESTABLISHMENT, // 39, PATRICK.STREET, I HAVE just received a Large Stock of

FIRST CLASS GOODS, consisting of every New and Fashionable Article in Superfine CLOTHS, VENETIANS, FANCY DOESKINS and CASSEMERES, new material for Light SUMMER COATS, with a splendid collection of HOME and FOREIGN VESTINGS, which, for Quality, Style and Price, cannot be excelled
14 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CONVERSION OF THE REV. R. WALL, R.C.C.

CONVERSION OF THE REV. R. WALL, R.C.C.

TO THE BIGHT REVEREND DR. FOKAN, R. C. BISHOP OF WATERFORD AND LISUORC. Tournena Ballinamnlt, Pariah May S, 1852. Reverend Sib.—By reading and meditating on God's Hoi Word, I bare been led to ascertain tbat the Church of Rome does not direct souls in the way which the Holy Scrip
14 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Royal Agsiccltckal Improvement Society Ireland—The half-yearly meeting of this soc'eity held yesterday at their rooms Upper SackviUe-st • Lord Monck

Royal Agsiccltckal Improvement Society Ireland—The half-yearly meeting of this soc'eity held yesterday at their rooms Upper SackviUe-st • Lord Monck

in the chair. The very great pressui our space compels us to hold over the half-yearly r of the proceedings at the meeting. Holloway's Ointment and PlUs have Cured a rate Wound in the Leg.— Lelnster, residing Injured lis leg about two years sgo witsi which mestnOrmfdable wound,
14 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland