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■ORDaa or loan norborv-

A soldier of the 67th Regiment, quartered at Dover Height Barracks, who was confined to the guard-house on Monday night last, confessed to sergeant the guard that he was the murderer of tbelate Lord Norbury in Ireland some ten years since, which murder, it will be remembered, wa
11 May 1852 - Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
:D FOR SALE AT TRALEE

:D FOR SALE AT TRALEE

FOR SALE TRALEE ' liberal support received since t!i announce the arrival of their Sum- Lai Pri Gir, Leg ies’ and Children's Stays, :k Ties, ited Calicoes, ill s,
11 May 1852 - Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
GRATIS

GRATIS

to every Subscriber and Purchaser the Despatch on the day stated. %* The Dispatch is published at 4 o’clock every Saturday morning, in time for the flrst Railway Trains leaving London, and for the Morning Mails. Early orders shnnlfl to all Newsvendors. 1 own or Country ; or to M
11 May 1852 - Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
JHatfeds.

JHatfeds.

BELFAST, Mobdat, Mat \o.—Grain AV.ieat, white, per cwt.; do., red, to 9s per do.; Oats, 6s to 6d per do.; Oatmeal, 10s lOs to lls per do.; Barley, 7» to «s 3d per do. Flour (Belfast Mills)— Superfine, 14s 0d per cwt.; bakers’ first, «d per do.; second, 12s fid per do.; third, lls
11 May 1852 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

Tnr. latest commercial advices from America are still more favourable to the progress of financial prosperity in that country. Banks, said, find it difficult to invest their surplus cash, and hence was arising spirit of competition among capitalists for first-class mercantile pa
11 May 1852 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AND THE WEST INDIES.

AND THE WEST INDIES.

We have receired file* of papers from the Cape of GooJ Hope to the Ist of April, tnclasire—California the March, and from the United States to the 2Sth. The intelligence from the seat of war at the Capo can hardly bo regarded at satisfactory. True, our brave aoldicfj have done t
11 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
have received since our last publication, latmlon papers last night, Dublin papers to this morning, an' I’aris papers to Sunday,

have received since our last publication, latmlon papers last night, Dublin papers to this morning, an' I’aris papers to Sunday,

»i,h files of Amcncan 1 Colonial journals the latest arnvals. In I the Council of State has given its approbation the bill tor calling out the contingent men. It n.is completed the discussion the bill relative to tlic modifications to introduced in articles o. b, and , ot i Code
11 May 1852 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
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11 May 1852 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
It apparently great misfortune in politiea to hare too keen sense of scenic and dramatic propriety. People are wrong-headed, *

It apparently great misfortune in politiea to hare too keen sense of scenic and dramatic propriety. People are wrong-headed, *

blnntwitted, so perrerse, so little alire the discriminating touches which the msster band of the novelist or dramatist throws In to mark an imposing character or a telling situation, that they actually insist upon fiaing a nan with the things that he says and the arguments that
11 May 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

Thuruday, May 6. MILITIA RILL. On the question ** that the orders of the day be read,” Mr. HUME asked whether it was not possible to consolidate nil the militia by introducing clause to thst effect into this bill Mr. WALPOLE said it coutd not possibly be done, but when this bill
11 May 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland