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Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

Emptrial J,?arfiamcnt. XVOaKS.-011 VeriliesilLty lilolnilingS shortly after ten clock, the inilabit:ints of tile Oltl Iient Road *verc suddenly thro\vsl into tt state o great ?? in conseqllen c e of a lo li d explosiorl, v ilicil lms fou lid to havo takell pisce nt tile Soutil Lo
21 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LECTURES ON ORNAMENTAL ART.

LECTURES ON ORNAMENTAL ART.

LECTURES ON ORNiAIENTALT ART. Mn.IR WoaxcUr's third lecture, oii 'T'iesday night, was aIS largely and ruspiuctablv attended as either of th two preceding ones. A. nuinbet of ladies occupied the front seats, several geittleninen belonging to the Various I li terary and scientific
21 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Correspondence.

Correspondence.

VflbCflL?, I Aill. SIIARMAN CRAWFORD AND THE ELECTORS OF IISBURN. TO THlE EDITOR OF T'IE BELFAST NEWVS-LETTER. Stis-My attention has been called to a portion of a long letter of Mr. Sharman Crawford, recently pub- lished in the League journals, in which, amon, other, Members from
19 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SIR JAMES GRAHAM.

SIR JAMES GRAHAM.

SIR JAMES GRAIIAAM. SIR JAMES GRATIAM has just published an address to the electors of the city of Carlisle, from which we extract the conclusion:- The simple qu.estion tobe propounded by theFree- trades to candidates is this:-' Are you a supporter or an opponent of Lord Derby's
17 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE TENANT-LEAGUERS.—THE "PRINCIPLE" OF MR. SHARMAN CRAWFORD'S BILL.

THE TENANT-LEAGUERS.—THE "PRINCIPLE" OF MR. SHARMAN CRAWFORD'S BILL.

THlE TENTANT-LEAGUERS.-TUE " PRIN- CIPLE "' O MR. SHI-ARMAN CLAWFOIUYS I BILL. ON.E would have supposed that the extinguisher put UpOn the " Crawvford craze" in the House of Com- mons, on the last occasion of its exhibition there, would have cooled the Leaguers for some time to c
17 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
parliament and farther, that taeh inquiry coomitted, not to be erleet eonroiltee composed of members of that house, but under

parliament and farther, that taeh inquiry coomitted, not to be erleet eonroiltee composed of members of that house, but under

the control of the government, who would be responsible fur any report that might made. Mr. GRATTAN defended his from the charges against it. and opposed the motion. Sir ROBERT INGMS would support tbe motion u matter of principle. Mr. HITMB opposed the motion. Lord PALMERSTON sa
15 May 1852 - Ulster Gazette - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH MANUFACTURE AND IRISH BIGOTRY

IRISH MANUFACTURE AND IRISH BIGOTRY

there is civic disunion, there must be also servility, trick, subterfuge, and all else unworthy the candour of freemen or of men worthy to free. An amusing forende anecdote—one in the main, founded fact—is recorded of when barrister on circuit; and,on the Horutian fancy of telli
15 May 1852 - Ulster Gazette - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
BY EXPRESS.

BY EXPRESS.

,,,i ., . ? ?? - . ? BY EXpRESS. I .i - . 7:" I I - 6ROAl ann -- I- ? - I V- 11 . UUH LVEbRPOOL CORRESPONDRNT) LIVERPOOL' CORc MARKET-BfAiY 1. The arrivals fromn Ireland during.t.se ?? quite in81gntdeant, with the exeaptioahf 11,31 4qrs of oats, and s,9335 loads oatmenl, and from
19 May 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH PARTY.

THE IRISH PARTY.

THE IRISa PARTY. I ., " I ?? (From the Evening Herald.) The effect of this dissolution will be to clear the way for t new aspirants to parliamentary life. Whatever we may c think of their principles, there is no denying the ability of t such men as Dr. Gray, Mr. Duffy, and Mr. Lu
21 May 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

TEE WEEKNC FRWEEMAN - ~~~FOUR PEN~CE, SATURDAY, 15th May, 1852, CONTAINS :-Parliamentary Intelligence-Defeat of the Ministry-Debate on the Maynooth Question-Catholic Church-The Most Rev. Dr. MacHale in Connemara, the Proselytising Humbug ?? ion of the Cork Queen's College-Correid
15 May 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland