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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

HOUSE OP LORDS, Friday, May 7. Lord Redbsdalb took his seat at five o’clock. Several petitions were presented against the Maynooth grant. The Law of Eridence (Scotland; Bill was read second Th* Linen, fitr.. Manufacturers Bill was read third time, and passed. Their lordship* the
11 May 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LOT No. 2.

LOT No. 2.

BALLINDINIS, County of Cork, about 59 Acres of these Lands, according to recent survey, were last year let under tbe Court at reduced Rents, amounting in the ag^re- Este to 7s. fid. per annum, present currency, which ettings are terminable with this Matter, and the residue of sa
11 May 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY or WATERFORD ESTATE.

COUNTY or WATERFORD ESTATE.

Lot 2—Pan of the hinds of Ballysbon* en, held in fee, containing 54a Ir 38p, plantation measure, equivalent » 88a Ir 3|>, statute measure, situate in the barony f Gaultier, subject 21. 3s quit rent, and 31. 19s 8d proportion of lithe rent cuarg«-; net annual rental, 331. Mr. Art
11 May 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
JOHN MITCH I L A F ARMER.

JOHN MITCH I L A F ARMER.

JOHN MITCH A F ARMER. Father Kenyon, Templederry, has ro-1 celved a long letter from his friend John I Mitchell. The letter was written in Decem| her ; it affords glowing picture of the present position and prospects of the exile and his family, who were enjoying the sweets of do
11 May 1852 - Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
BRITANNIA LIFE A^SUJt 1, Pi licet

BRITANNIA LIFE A^SUJt 1, Pi licet

BRITANNIA LIFE A^SUJt 1, licet ANCE COMPANY Street. Bank. London. Established Augcst 1, 1637. l.htpowrrrd h’/ Special Act Parliament, IV. Vic., cap. IX. CoLoati. Robert Alxxaxdkr, Bltckheath Psrk Chairrab. ADVANTAGES OF Tills INSTITUTION. Halt Credit Hatks Prbmiitw. PF.RStiNS ass
11 May 1852 - Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
, TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1852.

, TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1852.

, TUESDAY, MAY 1852. it so, sincerely trust that the movement of bis last dictating may of nature to add other “laurels to his brow.*’ AMERICA. Southampton, Evening. —TheA/ermann,steam- ship, arrived in Cowes Roads, at one o’clock, to-day, from New York direct, which place she la
11 May 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
leges of an elector we never read. So, then, it appears the County was to have been kept in the

leges of an elector we never read. So, then, it appears the County was to have been kept in the

hand* of two individuals* who were each to nominate his own Member, and that the electors were merely looked on as automatons to be driven to the hustings and go through the form of registering a vote on what their masters had already settled to their own satisfaction. This the
11 May 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AUESTH IN HEtrAST.

AUESTH IN HEtrAST.

Messrs. E. Si H. PI.M, 29, High-Street. Messrs. HUDSON A CO., 2. >, High-Street. Meters. ARMSTRONG A CO., 5, Donegall-Place Buildings. And by most of the Respectable Grocer*, Ac., in the iugdom. 6®®
11 May 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Belfast. May 10th, 1552.

Belfast. May 10th, 1552.

THE EEL FAST MERCURY, TUESDAY, MAY 11, AVt have Cape and American news to-day. The (.'ape intelligence less unsatisfactory. The arrival of our two slow Ooverumcnt steamers had removed some anxieties. The great martial display Paris, appointed for yesterday, had been looked to wi
11 May 1852 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO THE ELECTORS

TO THE ELECTORS

COUNTY OF ANTRIM. C^ENTLEME N,—FROM FEEL NGB OF driicacy towards one of your present representatives, have hitherto refrained from addressing you, to announce intention of offering myself as a candidate, the event of Mr. Alexander retiring at the next general election; but anoth
11 May 1852 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland