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WHEAT, White, . Red. BA I: LEY OATS.. OATMKAL, ...... KLOLK, SupeiHoe. Sorond. TblnJ., BRAN

WHEAT, White, . Red. BA I: LEY OATS.. OATMKAL, ...... KLOLK, SupeiHoe. Sorond. TblnJ., BRAN

08 May 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ARRIVED

ARRIVED

May 6.—Laurel, Stewart. Glasgow ; Fire-Fly, Brown. ; Queen. Jeffrey 9, Whiteharen ; Prince of Walr*. M Nedage. Fleetwood.. 7.—Lyra. Boyd, Glasgow; Vanguard, Murray. Liverpool; Albion, Uasweli, Stranraer; Royal Consort, Humphry*, Fleetwood.
08 May 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SAILED

SAILED

May C.—Laurel. Stewart. Glasgow ; Fire-Fly, Brown. Ardrossin; Prince Wales. M'Nvilage, Fleetwood ; Blenheim. FitAdmous, Liverpool; Princess. Sarsbcld. Dublin. 7 M'Kinley, looduQ; Lyra, Boyd. Glasgow; Queen, Jeffreys, Whitehaven; Royal Consort, Humphry*, Fleetwood. Arrived this p
08 May 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.

HOUSE OF LORDS.

Thursday, May 6. Lord Redesiule took his seat on the Woolsack five o’clock. LINEN MANUFACTURES (IRELAND) BILL. Un the motion of Lord Colchester, this Bill passed through Committee. DRAINAGE (IRELAND). On the motion of the Earl of Kossk, tbe select Committee to take into consider
11 May 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Court Excicbqoe*.—Dublin, 7tii Mat, 1852. GriHUhs ii Bsrrett Thomas Boll—ln this cause the plaintiffs, the last A»sixes for the County

Court Excicbqoe*.—Dublin, 7tii Mat, 1852. GriHUhs ii Bsrrett Thomas Boll—ln this cause the plaintiffs, the last A»sixes for the County

of Antrim, obtained verdict for 42fi/. sterling and costs; and the defendant having obtained conditional order to set aside said verdict, and for new trial, the plaintiffs, this day shewed cause against said order, which cause was allowed with co-ts against the defendant, and co
11 May 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LITERARY NOTICES

LITERARY NOTICES

Timolevu, Tragedy, by R. W. Jameson, author of “Nimrod.” Edinburgh; Formes Wilson. Evert of the world-that to say those slages of society in which civilisation prevails—is characterised certain development* of literary growth peculiar to itself. Whoever carries his mind back the
11 May 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Thfl limber has valued at £>27 15s. Mr. John Simpson purchased at Lot 11,—Fee simple.— lands of Rushin, or Tempierushin,

Thfl limber has valued at £>27 15s. Mr. John Simpson purchased at Lot 11,—Fee simple.— lands of Rushin, or Tempierushin,

containing 113 a. Or. lip., statute measure, producing a profit rent of £67 19s lOd. Mr. John O’lloran bought this lot for £1,280. Lot 12.—Fee farm.—Part of lands of Killycreen West and its subdenomination, Aughatubrid, 257 a, Or. 21., statute measure, producing a profit rent 4s
08 May 1852 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
D. S. KER. 842 STEAM COMMUNICATION

D. S. KER. 842 STEAM COMMUNICATION

BETWEEN 1> LIVERPOOL. rnHE ULSTER CANAL STEAM CARRYING COMPANY’S new andpower- SEA RPR, Captain JOSEPH THOMPSON, /yy EARLE, /(y Or other suitable Vessels, with or without Pilots, and liberty to Tow, Are intended to Sail follows, in MAY, 1852 : FROM NEWRY. (Sail from Warrenpoial
08 May 1852 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
GRATIS

GRATIS

to every Subscriber and Purchaser The Dispatch on the day stated. * * The Dispatch is Published at FOU R every SATURDAY Morning, lime for the First Railway Trains leaving London, and for the Morning Mails. Early Orders should be given to all News venders, in Town or Country; Mr.
11 May 1852 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
PARLIAMENT.

PARLIAMENT.

The reader will find little of interest the report of the Parliamentary proceedings at the close of last week. The business in the House of Lords was of a routine character. The Commons was engaged, Thursday and Friday, with the Militia Bill, which is met by a factious obstructi
11 May 1852 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland