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DIRECT FROM CORK

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11 May 1852 - Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
A habit of judicious early obedience ««• cures a child from a tendency to break the lan s of his

A habit of judicious early obedience ««• cures a child from a tendency to break the lan s of his

country when he becomes man. All great criminals have been self-willed and dis 'bedient in childhood ; otherwise, they were badly trained—that is to say badly e lucated. Sowing Wheat.— French farmerhas tae k-n nut patent 'or improvements which are bns'd on a supposed discovery t
11 May 1852 - Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
to the y Clergy, Gentry, and Free and Independent Electors of the County of Down. TTAVING now made General Canvass

to the y Clergy, Gentry, and Free and Independent Electors of the County of Down. TTAVING now made General Canvass

of yom/CouJty, have found that the principles put imy Address have met with very general concurrence, and that their open and candid avowal has secured your approbation ; and having met with support from even a greater number of the Electors than I could have anticipated, whilst
11 May 1852 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWRT TELEGRAPH.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWRT TELEGRAPH.

TO THE EDITOR THE NEWRT TELEGRAPH. Sir, —It does not follow that a Gray hoa lis type of knowledge, nor that the proprietor, or editor, of a Newspaper, because Gray is Solon (not meaning, of course, what Mrs, would express the term, Solon-gooso*’). To prove the truth the above ass
11 May 1852 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

the sth inst., at his residence, Cottage, near Newcastle, County Down, Itobert Kirkpatrick Thompson, Ksq. aged fifty-aeven years- the sth lust., 3ittern Manor.house,Southampton, asnoah, youngest daughter of late Sic Workman .Macuaghten Bart. the 7th iust., his house, Queen-stree
11 May 1852 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
CAPE OF COW) 1101'K.

CAPE OF COW) 1101'K.

The General SIM; ipany's road pocket Ilarbitieer arrived at Plemostli. mo Frnlay, with dates from the Cape to the 14 of Aped. Ilex Majesty's steamer Hydra, which left Plymouth on the Hell of February, arrived with Lieutenant-General the lion. G. Cathcart, Lietnenant-Colouel Seym
11 May 1852 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
4 464 4,2 ° mei 7/ bIL -- NILE/ nr. spasm the Cheuedler the hobs pessit4 peppery lira HAIL Mimi

4 464 4,2 ° mei 7/ bIL -- NILE/ nr. spasm the Cheuedler the hobs pessit4 peppery lira HAIL Mimi

ire roma hie else peepereir . pr. dyke menu” re he elre. Derby was at • wow the Wks Abiliedrq Grain while hod sew (11A•66•61 Owl*, k Orr peens If ear wiled wow • chemises and Piaci 4D. ever, is hie speech which 1 wait w we with eh...lowing the 'Wier the (Crew ref Ilear. NW." AVM
11 May 1852 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STARVATION OF MISSIONARIES.

STARVATION OF MISSIONARIES.

TO too Bono& or TOO "nsarra or rut's." Su,-1 have wad, with doep and plural interest, Itta R 9 affooting details winch appeared in your In placation, in Mallon to the fwe of the devoed Cop& Gardiner and his ocaapautoas Pietas liL and sufßcient prodence Asa forethought were obser
11 May 1852 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PORT Of BILVAST.—Mempar. Mar N.

PORT Of BILVAST.—Mempar. Mar N.

rift% NOON Ihe irk* At A t am is tit Mt Mtn{ baulk. est the Meg Oak lam the LaRA the Ate latest, tee Ma% Po& Mae Frees this part geebre, re We amber, .id. arresters. the Cllr, Pros Fier UM Pore *4 C4-fuer. IC Friend Frets Ws port Sew w We W Her, Komp. *4 w W CUM., the At New Tor
11 May 1852 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
£ll4 17 5 33 6 it £l4B 4 1

£ll4 17 5 33 6 it £l4B 4 1

£ll4 17 33 £l4B 4 1 Passengers. Parcels and Goods, Mossy. Stoce. aed SHsas Alasest*.— The last published Bank of England statement shews the following changes for the preceding week Circulation increased £«9.M4 ; public deposits Increased £201,444 ; other deposits decreased £106.
11 May 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland