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Advertisements & Notices

ATRE ROYAL, DUBLIN. Tenth Appearance of Mr. JOSH. SILSBEE. rUS EVENING (Thursday), May 13th, 1852, will OCOmedyOf THE GREEN MOUNTAIN BOY. jornkifg, mr. Granby; Jedediah Homebrd, Mr. Josh tilaby; 1Miss Squeamish, Mrs. Parker; Ellex omkins, Mise S~te Dihdi. After which the Drama of
13 May 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

I ?? FRANCE. by PARIs, TITEBDAY MORrNING.-The Paris paperes are filled ra: with accounts Of the review of Yesterday. The Debatq says ", that several of the colonels, on receiving the flags, cried PO ?? le 'President I" but that the majority cried "1 Vive D~ Napoleon 1" The Monit
13 May 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Patrick J. Mr. Thomas Oatelj, George’a-alreel, per Her. J Smyth ••• ••• ••• 10 Ao*»nymoua, per Ree. Morphy, C.C., Lucas

Patrick J. Mr. Thomas Oatelj, George’a-alreel, per Her. J Smyth ••• ••• ••• 10 Ao*»nymoua, per Ree. Morphy, C.C., Lucas

6 Par Mr. William Kyan, ... 010 Per Mina Corbally, Cow ley-place ... Ha?. Dr. t’opmar >... ••• 10 0 William Kirby, * “* Mr*. Shnick, for mid 6 iienia Mora+and ftwilj . ••• ® Pariah of 800 Cera to¥ta, including from the Dundruro Collectors, per the Pariah Priaat ... 13 Par Air. M
13 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF QUEEN’S BENCH-This Day

COURT OF QUEEN’S BENCH-This Day

TVre Queen at the prosecution of Elizabeth French v. Jamet Birch, late Proprietor the World Newspaper. The Chief Justice having taken bis seat on the bench, Mr. Thomas Courtenay, the Register of the Court, proceeded to call over the names of the special jury summoned to try this
13 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INCUMBERED COMMISSION COURT.

INCUMBERED COMMISSION COURT.

On Of- Longfield presiding, the following c«- u tM were of : COUNTY OP I.IMERICK. Jh re the Kttate of William Htury If arte. Thw coD«i*t*d of Uod<t of Gartinrinheaiy, •ilaaUinlbe »'ar<*ny of Upp«r Connelloe, CoaUtaiog •Utat® acre#, held in fee, let to lenaotry, principally y« ar
13 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK HBOATTA —HER MAJESTY’S CUP.

CORK HBOATTA —HER MAJESTY’S CUP.

Mr. Deane to announce that communication had been made on the preceding day the Executive Committee at Cork the Vice Admiral of the Royal Cork Yacht Club, T. French, Eaq., which be was sore would highly gratifying the public to learn. application having been made by the Royal Co
13 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOME-MADE SPIRITS.

HOME-MADE SPIRITS.

Mr. REYNOLDS gave notice that on an early day should move for a committee take into consideration the present mode of levying the duty on home made spirits in bond. PACHA OF EGYPT. In reply to Mr. Anderson, The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER had great pleasure in informing the hous
13 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOT AN AFFAIIi OF HONOUR IN DUNDALK.

NOT AN AFFAIIi OF HONOUR IN DUNDALK.

NOT AFFAIIi HONOUR IN DUNDALK. The /.««//» Advertiser oontainsfoiirteen letters, silent an affair honour." The facts may be briefly stated:—Mr. Oartlan, solicitor. who is one of the candidates for Dundalk, heard, Friday, in Dundalk, that on the previous evening, at meeting of ele
13 May 1852 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
H. J. WALKER, SecreUry.

H. J. WALKER, SecreUry.

RETURNS FOR THE WEEK EN! MAY 8. 1*52. |V I '..vr I ( i .a w -,*• - •um Union ; . E, = -s = . -3 *•= .2 -o • & 1 I 111 * | J o- ; i 111 Londonderry,...:. Strabanc, Milford | Olcntics, |. Stranorlar 1 Letlerkinny, Clogber Donfanaghy Hallymoiuy ■ Cnleriune, ■ Inishowen Magherafelt,
13 May 1852 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
iTorrcapoiiDmcr.

iTorrcapoiiDmcr.

PRESBYTKHIAN WIDOWS’ FIND. THE EDITOR THE STANDARD. I eve that goodly number of the Ministers of the General Assembly are profoundly ignorant the provisions of Act of Parliament, at present being procured U> effect iuqiorlant changes in the administration of this trust. The prom
13 May 1852 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland