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iljTRE ROYAL, TUBLfIN. FeventbAppearanc of Mr. JOSH. SILSBEE. THlS EvENING (Friday), Mlay 14tlh, 1852, will 'erforied the Romantic Drama of tOPeU INGOMAR THE BARBARIAN. pVzvdor, Mr. Graaby; Ingomar, Mr. T. C. King, Parthe- Mlrs. Hudson Kirby. ' A Pas Seal by Madfle. Ernestle St.
14 May 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONVERSION OF THE REV. R. WALL, R.C.C.

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

CONVERSION OF THE EV. iR. WALIR.C:C. I Wra (Clonmnel ChLIronicle) are permitted, on the highest authority, to announce the conversion, from Popery to Protestantisni, of the Rev. Riclard' Wall, late Roman Catholic Curate of Siskinan, in this diocese. The rev. gentleman has forward
14 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROYAL HORTICULTURAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY'S SHOW.

ROYAL HORTICULTURAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY'S SHOW.

The Spring Exhibition of fruits, flowers, and vegetables, of the above society, took place yesterday, in the Rotunda gardens, and served attract a considerable number of visitors. Marquees were erected In the centre of the lawn, in which the various sped, mens sent In for compet
14 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INCUMBERED ESTATES. : ['lit'} » UK Sift! iu*ii| tilrr Than Land* win be Kid fm from all charges cave tithe

INCUMBERED ESTATES. : ['lit'} » UK Sift! iu*ii| tilrr Than Land* win be Kid fm from all charges cave tithe

rentcharge and a Jointure MOO late, or 18a. «d. preaeot currency, parable to lady afed about 75, whleh also chargeable upon other landa belonging Mr. recently sold this court, situate In the County Clare; and landa wfll sold court, situate In the County of Clare; and then landa
14 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
be said to be legitimate interpreter! the feelion f those section, of society which make up the complect of the

be said to be legitimate interpreter! the feelion f those section, of society which make up the complect of the

mass of English Protestantism represented i •, intensity by Mr. Spooner. The Secretary for the H ' ' Department and the noble Viscount have taken tage of the occasion to put their views intelligibly to* ward; and that those of both are soundly British Protestant will be clearly
14 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTIONS. POLICY OF INSURANCE. the Matter <rf Benjamin Dkeblk, a Bankrupt. • rpO BE SOI.D BY AUCTION, by Order of

AUCTIONS. POLICY OF INSURANCE. the Matter <rf Benjamin Dkeblk, a Bankrupt. • rpO BE SOI.D BY AUCTION, by Order of

their Honors, Commissioners of Bankrupt, at Evans's SALE ROOMS, SOUTH-MALL, CORK, on MONDAY, the Day of May Instant, at the hoar One o'Clock, A POLICY OF INSURANCE effected with the Royal Exchange Insurance Company, on the Life of the Bankrupt, for the Sum of £500, upon which 26
14 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
RAILWAY TRAFFIC FOR THE PAST WEEK. Miles j Receipt. -a. 1 Railways. ' IRISH. 372 Belfast and Ballymena Belfast snd

RAILWAY TRAFFIC FOR THE PAST WEEK. Miles j Receipt. -a. 1 Railways. ' IRISH. 372 Belfast and Ballymena Belfast snd

County l>own.. 10 fCork and Bandon 7 {Cork, Blackrock, and Passage S3 Dublin and Drogheda 7| j Dublin and Kingstown 33 Dublin and Belfast Junction 19 iDundalk and Enniskillen 188 Great Southern and Western 14 Londonderry and Enniskillen 50 Midland Great Western .. South-Eastern
14 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
A POOR MAN

A POOR MAN

THE FETES IN PARIS. Eliewhefe we give a report on this subject from the Times. It will well repay perusal. Never since the days of the Emperor was such a 'pectade witnessed in Franco—6o,ooo men who seem to have nothing to do but playing with their swords, must be a pleasant refl
14 May 1852 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
HOHO-KOKG DBSTBOTKD BT FI BE—LOSS ESTIMatBD AT

HOHO-KOKG DBSTBOTKD BT FI BE—LOSS ESTIMatBD AT

£1,000.009. The barque William Walton, arrived on Monday, days from bringing intelligence of most disastrous conflagration in that eity. Nearly all the eity is consumed. Hundreds of lives have been lost. Every newspaper office has been destroyed. The barque brings files, and we
14 May 1852 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
VACANT SEATS FOR SUDUUBT AND ST. ALBAN'S.

VACANT SEATS FOR SUDUUBT AND ST. ALBAN'S.

The Chancrllor of the F.zcheql’er moved for leave bring in a bill to assign the four scats in parliament in lieu of St. Alban's and Sudbury, and doing so reminded the house that this was one of the measures which had stated the government on acceding to power deemed of importanc
14 May 1852 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland