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Five Yuma at Nipadl—By Captain Thomas Smith, volumes "Few Englishmen possess soy acquaintance with the characteristics Nepaul. Its people, Its

Five Yuma at Nipadl—By Captain Thomas Smith, volumes "Few Englishmen possess soy acquaintance with the characteristics Nepaul. Its people, Its

resources;, topography, Bto. To supply this deficiency. Captain Smith, who commanded the escort the Political Resident at Khatmandoo, and acted as his assistant, hsa written theee volumes. The greatest praise is das to Captain Smith for the pains baa taken pot together the resul
19 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FROM ODE PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT. LONDON, SATURDAY. " Although nothing very striking in the of a sign has appeared in the

FROM ODE PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT. LONDON, SATURDAY. " Although nothing very striking in the of a sign has appeared in the

political horizon, still, to the experienced eye, indications are not wanting of an approaching termination of the session—that is to say, in a month or six weeks. The decks are beginning to be cleared) and the sacrifice of the innocents has commenced. A number of measures, impo
17 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHURCH.

THE CHURCH.

On Thursday the Cth instant, the foundation stone of new church, to dedicated St. Matthew, Bedford-town, was laid by Lord John Russell, a site given the Duke of Bedford, in tho parish of St. Pancras, presence of a Urge concourse of persons, including a considerable number the P*
17 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORN EXCHANGE-FRIDAY MAY 14.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE-FRIDAY MAY 14.

At day's market little English wheat on realised Monday's prices Foreign bad only a retail sale. Floating cargoesnone sale off the coast; importers do not preas those on passage under late rates, but few transactions hare been entered into lately; buyers wait for arrivals in pre
17 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LOT XIII.

LOT XIII.

Lies to the East of the lasUmentioned Lot; on It there are good Limestone Quarries and Limekilns. The Lands are of good quality. LOT XIV. well circDinstaDced, and Let to nine Tenants; there a SUte'Qnarrj thereon, bat which has not been properly worked ; there are also strong gro
18 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FINAL NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS. INCUMBERED ESTATES COMMISSION

FINAL NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS. INCUMBERED ESTATES COMMISSION

la the Matter of fEIAKE NOTICE that The EaUte of -1- »ho Commiasiontra Michael Arthur Anthony, HAVE SOLD | Ataignoe of John Ben- Three Acrea and Thirty-eight nett, Inabltent, Perehea, SUtote Meaanre, Owner. part of the LANDS of BAG* Rffoertc GOTHATH, in the Pariah of William Jef
18 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REDUCTION OF RENTS.

REDUCTION OF RENTS.

Shane’s Castle Estates. —lo addition to his many act* of generceity, Lord Viscount O’Neill has ordered a new valuation of the above estates to be made, in order to place his tenantry on more satisfactory footing ; for which purpose the services of S. M. Cooper, C.E., Ballycastle
18 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF TIPPERARY

COUNTY OF TIPPERARY

INCUMBERED ESTATES COURT. In the Matter of 'I Tin E Commissioners the Estate uf Ji. for Sale of Incumbered Ralph Smith Smith, Efetatea in Ireland will, Owner. THURSDAY, E*-j>arie Urn Iht of JULY, 1852, Margaret Smith, a/the kftur of Twelve o’Clock Petitioner. J Noon, Chambers, H
20 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD LOHDONDEEBY AJ»D MR. KEU.

LORD LOHDONDEEBY AJ»D MR. KEU.

ContavonDcme. TO THE EDITOR OTTHE NORTHERN WHIG Sir,—l hare this day seen a letter published your paper, bearing the signature of Lord Londonderry, and addressed to Mr. Cassidy. As that letter (among other accusations upon conduct) lakes to task, for publishing private letters w
20 May 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
dFomgn iUarferts.

dFomgn iUarferts.

dFomgn ALEXANDRIA, Mat 6.—The almo*l tola! cessation of ar. rivals of produce caused by the low state of the waters the Nile, a* customary this season, and the general dej ressioa which had been prevalent most articles of Egyptian product in the English market*, has caused tinine
20 May 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland