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MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

.May fi. the Rev, Thomas Millar. Lnrgsn, Andrew Mercer. K-i . IJ-IfaM, Catherine, of Jaiue« Fleming, Evi., of L'ugati. «' *. it Churrh, bv th»* Rrv. C. brotbpr • >'“ brbU*, I>nti<l (•.ilhraith, Eim|., of (t«r*lm**r-<>trept. • •ii' lin. iu*nmi| of Utc* Kcv. John (inlbraith, Vicar
11 May 1852 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
iHaiUrts

iHaiUrts

HADDINGTON. Friday, Mav 7.-Tl>c supply of grain was larger than last w'cek. Sales dull Wheal, top. Is down, and the average Is 4d down ; weight top per 4 bushels, I fist. lbs. Barley, top. fid up. and average down ; weight of top per bushels, Ifist. filbs. Oats, top. fid down, a
11 May 1852 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
s. d. 70 0 52 37

s. d. 70 0 52 37

11 May 1852 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DRAINAGE OF LANDS IN IRELAND.

DRAINAGE OF LANDS IN IRELAND.

DRAINAGE LANDS IRELAND. The Earl of Rosse observed, that it was not without due consideration that he asked thei r Jordships to concur in the motion of which he ha,] given notice, and to grant the appointment of a select committee to inquire into the operation the acts relating t
11 May 1852 - Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
DIRECT FROM CORK

DIRECT FROM CORK

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
 
Petitioner.

Petitioner.

Tho Commissioners will, on TUESDAY, the 6th day of JULY, 1852. the hour of Twelte o’Clock, Noon, at their Court No. 14. Honriotta-street. the City of Dublin, SELL BY AUCTION, the TOWN and LANDS of BALLYTARUSNA. otherwise BALLYTARNSNA. situate iu the Barony of Scarawalsh, and COU
11 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATIONAL EXHIBITION,

THE NATIONAL EXHIBITION,

The Quean has intimated bar intention of giving Cup, valued IDOL, lo be atiied for tbe Cork Yacht Club, provided the regatta take place during the Exhibition in that city.
11 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHURCH,

THE CHURCH,

Tho Rev. Charles Faloon, Curate of Belfast, has been appointed by tho Lord Bishop of Down and Connor aud Dromorr to the Vicarage of Magheragal, in the neighbourhood of Lisburn. The income arising from this parish is small, still tho appointment of such a morions clergyman to a n
11 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, 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