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THE AUSTRALIAN GOLD MINES.

THE AUSTRALIAN GOLD MINES.

The files of papers from Port Philip received by the States- man, and delivered in London on Wednesday morning, do not add much to theparticularsalreadygiven. Thetotalweekly production of gold in the colony of Victoria was estimsated at 20,000 ounces, and was steadily increasing
14 May 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEW INDEPENDENT CATHOLIC CEMETERY.

THE NEW INDEPENDENT CATHOLIC CEMETERY.

THE NEW INDEPFNDERT CATHOLIC CEMETER I ..I . . ?? , At a large and influential committee meeting, beld on last evening in the committee-rooms, 51, Aungier streeti it was moved by Mr. Byrne, and seconded by Mr. Reilly, that MARTIN BUtKE, Esq.j do take the chair. The Secretary, Mr.
10 May 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELGRSENCE. - . I COURT OF CHANCRY5ED. Meaed v. Hamintm In.i Thin was acause petition. Mr. Hamiltonwa acting as trustee for the Meade family, and lent a' dunto 4,001. to a I Mer.-Synge on a bond. The property of Mr. Synge was sold I in the Incunmbered Estates Court,' but th
12 May 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NORTH DUBLIN UNION.

NORTH DUBLIN UNION.

NORTH DUKBLIN UNION. Th. -RAklIV ni r , S - . - .1 - Aly ?? o0 guardians of this union was held it yesterday at the workhouse, North Brunswick.street. d The chair was taken by S. Captain LINDSAY, President. Guardians ?? Wisdom, ?? Mecars. Thorpe, Long, Archbold, Hyndman, Arkins,
13 May 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TOWN COUNCIL

TOWN COUNCIL

At this dery meeting of the Town Cniinel:, a requisition headed by the Pmtrstant and Catholic BHhopv. inviting the Lord Lieumnant to visit this City,and see the Shannon. after the Cork Eshibi• Lion, was put before the Coaoeil, and reeeived••- yrralaignatures In adddion to thee@
12 May 1852 - Munster News - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWCASTLE UNION.

NEWCASTLE UNION.

(loom one coaagrrowngwe ) At the Meeting of the Hoard on Wednesday, Ed. ward Curling. presided—the following mom. tiers of the board were present, %win. Walker, Bennie, Danaher, Harnett. Dunvrorth, Ambrose, Kennedy, Hayes, Guiry, Curtin. Wigraore. (Meetly, D. Leahy, Condon, Wolf
12 May 1852 - Munster News - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
BBMCKBBABCC.

BBMCKBBABCC.

TMne image is hefcra me. Each nsomeot end each boar. ISM thee the lUdinK hook. And the blooming flower: 1 sm thee to the . And in the muon's pale lights I ass thee in Use morning's dawn. And the stora of Then how can 1 ftirget The gently stream thy gneefal air mien, Which haunt
12 May 1852 - Kerry Evening Post - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LOBDJ—Fmbat, Mat 7.

HOUSE OF LOBDJ—Fmbat, Mat 7.

HOUSE OF LOBDJ— Mat 7. REDEBDALE woottaok la th* tho Lord Choooolloc. ThoEoriof F VEBBH pwootod potUlM agUut , Birt proMrtod potittoa frota the county of Warwick to MBaoSMt; olio four patltioni from the (•■ale inhabllaau tho ooaolj of Tyrone for the inineetioa of oaOßariaa i one
12 May 1852 - Kerry Evening Post - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

THE CORN TRADE. The Spring time goo on gloriously. Refreshing showers follow rapidly ou each other, and the country presents an aspect of, we had almost said, unequalled luxuriance. All the cold and harshness lately experienced has vanished, and hate, in iia place, a warm atmosp
14 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
A Rajah's Dalohteb.—The Rajah of Coorg, with his daughter, have taken their departure from Calcutta for England by the April

A Rajah's Dalohteb.—The Rajah of Coorg, with his daughter, have taken their departure from Calcutta for England by the April

steamer. The young princess is, it is believed, being brought over for the purpose of being educated; she was at one time said to be already in heart a Christian. A later account states that the Rajah arrived Thursday at Southampton. He ate and drank with the passengers during t
10 May 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland