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LONDON, SATrUDAY.-The Mincing-Lane markets this week have been very lively. Sugar has risen about Is. per cwt., and coffee is rather dearer. Tallow is steady; but tea droops, owing to the increased sup- plies. Cotton is up ad. per pound. The wool sales begin on the 20th inst., a
12 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
We find the In the Minim have rc*»oot< ferred to week . The aecoußl* ■tie*. Kerry. ' hate w" *

We find the In the Minim have rc*»oot< ferred to week . The aecoußl* ■tie*. Kerry. ' hate w" *

»5' Modorti •»" |^.tbeM>N afieMMi *• ,g< (ora ally • Sanded with* A* end Cqccuwaof .iogfirom The report* Ml-* bat been drire quality; ta *• laid for £l.® February laal, aeady Henry Orb We shall eery mierri Mines the Inteiesl being diree< ere proceed «( Kerry, Skull (which ce«<le
12 May 1852 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
MISSION OF THE ARCHBISHOP OF TUAM IN CLIFDEN.

MISSION OF THE ARCHBISHOP OF TUAM IN CLIFDEN.

MISSION OF THE ARCHBISHOP 1OF TUAM IXN I CLIFD)EN.- (aFRoM A CORREisONDENT). Friday, May 7th. As I told you a few days ago, his Grace the Arcbbishop of ie Tuam arrived here on Monday, with the view of ascertaining - on the spot the amount-of truth contained in the trsports re- r,
12 May 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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VOL I—No. 94. AMERICA. NOW IN PORT. For New York, To Sail as fulloa, Lively, Tons —Ji /II RYV, Co ander. To sail ou m ay Ckrqe SSOTon.—N AkONWX, Commander. To Baia on May. • Tell. eq.; Tons-1i RIORTIAN, on 15th May. T h o r, 9)0 Tom--J. KY LES I US. Commander. TO SAM !STU MAT Fo
12 May 1852 - Munster News - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
TAPSCOTT'S LINE OF SUPERB PACKETS For New York.

TAPSCOTT'S LINE OF SUPERB PACKETS For New York.

12 May 1852 - Munster News - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
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12 May 1852 - Munster News - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
, ro 7tic Independent Electors County of Galway. Mouutbrilew, )larch, G U PON consideration of the present Political is, I

, ro 7tic Independent Electors County of Galway. Mouutbrilew, )larch, G U PON consideration of the present Political is, I

have deemed it Jute to present as a Candidate for this C o unty, contest its with other gentlemen •he now solicit your rapport; bat who, I am convinced, hold antasconisitic to those or a very great cumber of the independent Elegise, of Galway. be elected yofir Represeatptive I s
12 May 1852 - Munster News - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
Harwich—Mr. Isaac Butt, Q.C., was, Saturday last, without opposition, elected for the borough of Harwich, in the room of Sir

Harwich—Mr. Isaac Butt, Q.C., was, Saturday last, without opposition, elected for the borough of Harwich, in the room of Sir

Fitiroy Kelly, resigned. The New Loro de Redcliffe.—Sir Stratford Canning has gracefully chosen the title his new peerage- Stratford de Redcliffe-—from the oelebrated pile (the church of St. Mary, Redcliffe,) of which his ancestor, William Cknynge, the great Bristol merchant, wa
12 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ELECTION—MR. PAGAN'S CANVASS AT WHITECHURCH.

THE ELECTION—MR. PAGAN'S CANVASS AT WHITECHURCH.

It having been intimated thit Mr. fagan would address the electors at Whiteeburcb last Sunday, the voters in the entire district assembled at the Chapel after Mass, for the purpose of hearing bis addreae. It was crowded in all parU. The Ret. Mr. first addressed the meeting. He M
12 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TRALEE BOARD OF GUARDIANS—Tuesday.

TRALEE BOARD OF GUARDIANS—Tuesday.

TRALEE BOARD OF GUARDIANS— Tuesday. (From lie Tralee Chronicle.) THE LATE INVESTIGATION —THE MASTER. A long letter wis received from the Poor Law commitsioners in reference to the late investigation held before Mr. Horsely. Hiring recapitulated the evidence, the letter of the Com
12 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland