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The grtaziut tea the obeir at hortersirk.

The grtaziut tea the obeir at hortersirk.

The grtaziut tea the at iti.u:i raises varier wee of pat. Mr. RETNOLDS allied to eat die Ur if it be the of bar *rite the prams* la- Ovine • bin to phonate of ea of equality (ea mare MGM- 1011 Mitt the importtes Armies end *rite. TI. CHANCELLOR EXCHEWER emit it ru wet the Y Ur pr
11 May 1852 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Tilt 1111T.OuTO CRAM

Tilt 1111T.OuTO CRAM

Tilt CRAM reply 'Mr. J. Mr. ANSTLY 'gated that it Tee hie Is peewees sit', di. assiekerst es This* M. et wig& to the nabs et the Rt Wereirlt Ake as Mime& Garb en so et tab* sewn It doe brae de giving Wires' aIL Oe bore its rein Gennueeet rept repeal an? Mr the topers es Me. NEWDE
11 May 1852 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Toe Lord Bishop of Down and Connor and promote appointed the Ater. Maurice M'Kay, LLD., w the Vicarage of Tull;nakill,

Toe Lord Bishop of Down and Connor and promote appointed the Ater. Maurice M'Kay, LLD., w the Vicarage of Tull;nakill,

Diocese of lbws. B :To Gros.—State of the hone for the week ending 814 they of May, 1853:—Number in boon at elon of last week, 221; admitted, 11; born, 0; discharged, 8; died, 1; remaining, 226; enrm•pondlog week last year, 240. Fever Ilospital.—State of the hospital for the wee
11 May 1852 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
11111 MEM or Mink

11111 MEM or Mink

MEM or Mink Trammir art II MIST CIL. O.Tate.ili. Weal, 1 Dorgan Weft Plat% Belfast. Taus IP • II 441. • IT • • I Temper. MAT !UR
11 May 1852 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TDfc EVENING FREEMAN, TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1852 MINISTERIAL DEFEAT.

TDfc EVENING FREEMAN, TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1852 MINISTERIAL DEFEAT.

EVENING FREEMAN, TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1852 MINISTERIAL DEFEAT. Since the above article was in type, the account of last evening’s proceedings in the Hou»e of Commons has reached us, and fiorn this will be per- ceived that the Derby cabinet has been defeated their attempt to dispose o
11 May 1852 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OF DEUUY.

OF DEUUY.

DEUUY. Bow-strrkt Saturday.— John Middleton, man advanced I»fe, formerly • cooper, was brought before Mr. Henry charged with sending a threatening letter to the Bail Derby. The Hon Patrick Talbot, having been swam, said —I private secretary the Earl of Derby, and on the 22J * f A
11 May 1852 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BANQUET AT THE LONDON MANSION-HOUSE TO HER MAJESTY'S MINISTERS.

BANQUET AT THE LONDON MANSION-HOUSE TO HER MAJESTY'S MINISTERS.

BANQUET AT THE LONDON XAMNSION-HOUSE TO HER MAJESTY'S MINISTERS. IOn 1-tnranv h ad I vn baturcay her Majesty's ministers and a numerous and distinguished company were entertained by the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor and the Lady Mayoress at the Mansiou-hoase.- At a quaiter past seven
11 May 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

Us SPORTNG .TELL. NE I heMULLINGAIR (CO. WESSXMEALTH) STrEE.'LE-CHASES. De ~~~(FRac OUR CORRESVONDWT.) ily ~~~MONDAY, MAY 10. ?? Percy Nugent, Bart, MP.; W. H. Megan, toEsq., M.P.; Sir Richard I-evinge, Bart.; George A Boyd, OfJames W. M1. Berry, John Emals, Henry' Murray, Richar
11 May 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ELECTORS OF THE BOROUGH OF BELFAST.

ELECTORS OF THE BOROUGH OF BELFAST.

TO THE Gp.NTLr.MEM, AS THE DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT » nol far distant, I leare to present nxyaelf ajjain a Candidate for your Suffrages ; and, though ' political opinions are already well known, not merely by rny former Addresses, but my recorded totes, I still deem it due to y
11 May 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPORTING

SPORTING

CHESTER RACES.— FBI DAT Tho Cheshire Stakes lUndicap 15 sots, each, 10ft., and 5 only if declared, with added. Mr. Osbaldeslon’s Mountain Deer, 4 yrs., Sst. dibs,, Mr. Saxon’s Black Doctor, 4 vrs., Tst., _ 2 Lord W aterford The Marquis, 4 yrs., 4ib5.,... 5 A Handicap Slakes of s
11 May 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland