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VISITATION AT THE QUEEN'S COLLEGE.

VISITATION AT THE QUEEN'S COLLEGE.

t such marked disposition to encourage it, the Exhibition may, ere it closes, be honoured by the presence of the Royal . pair. Their arrival in our harbour, for the Regatta, would be felt aa a truly auspicious event, by all parties. While we write, the visitation at the Queen's
11 May 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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1857. 1831. £ $. d. £ a. d 451 8 >717 2150 IS 10 4 1 1 1120 0 4

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11 May 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
EXECUTION SALE. THOMAS CAR MICH A EL,} T)URSUANff Writ Plaintiff. f-t nf PiemFamat, in this STIRLING FREEMAN, fCanse, to/re/Wcted, I

EXECUTION SALE. THOMAS CAR MICH A EL,} T)URSUANff Writ Plaintiff. f-t nf PiemFamat, in this STIRLING FREEMAN, fCanse, to/re/Wcted, I

Defendant. on Sx\ OTIDAY, the l&fh Day of May, Instant, at the hour of One o’clock, Office, Court House, Cork. Set and Sell Public Cant, to the highest and best bidder, all that one annuity or yearly Kent Charge of £l6. charged on and payable out of that | art of the Lands of CL
11 May 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PLAIN AND FANCY WOOLLENS. W«E.3.3%1J TO*>!» AXES «•«. to announce the arrival tl' a htrije and varied assortment i f

PLAIN AND FANCY WOOLLENS. W«E.3.3%1J TO*>!» AXES «•«. to announce the arrival tl' a htrije and varied assortment i f

Plain and Fancy CLOTHS, Trotcaerinys estim/s, /fats. Sr. Pariienl.ir attmition ii.ivinj been pai>l to the selection of iluso Oooils, they Hill found, on trial, to Excel in SOI'NI>NK.>S illld IH.'UAHILITY r.S _\V. P. and would direct attentien their New t.iclkf I‘lastie make of C
11 May 1852 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
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11 May 1852 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of 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
 
GENERAL ELECTION. .Representation of Newry. M R. KIRK, having completed the greater part of his Canvass, begs to return his

GENERAL ELECTION. .Representation of Newry. M R. KIRK, having completed the greater part of his Canvass, begs to return his

sincere thanks the numerous Friends who have so generously promised their Voles and Interest. The result up to this day shows a largo Majority in his favor, of all classes and all sections of the Electors. Mr, Kirr takes this opportunity of informing his Friends that he does not
11 May 1852 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
HOME-MADE SPIRITS.

HOME-MADE SPIRITS.

Mr. REYNOLDS wished to ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer if it the intention her Majesty’s Government, during the present session Parliament, to introduce a Bill to place the manufacturers of, and dealers in, home-made spirits a footing of equality (as regards allowance for le
11 May 1852 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BY MESSRS. TATTERS ALL & SON

BY MESSRS. TATTERS ALL & SON

at itwwe i*antc <-on.\'i:n. MON DA J'. the M A without reserve, The entire establishment of Lord LURGAN, who is the Turf; consisting of Horses in Training, StpeJe-chnse Horses, &c.; capital Houble-horso r-'iiMi s, Bridles, Clothing, &c. I 1. RiifUROB, brown horse, fi yoarl olKlh
11 May 1852 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland