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BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

On tbe Oih instant, at tbe Lodge. Mud. county Donegal, the lady of Rev J. M. Bleckley, of ton,still born. On the 13th inst. at Woodhill, Duofaoaghy, tbe wife of the Rev. osepb Gallagher, of a daughter. On tbe Uib in»i.,at Cloughore. Mrs. Eaekiel Hetrick, of ton, MARRIED, May 17.
21 May 1852 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
TRISTRAU KENNEDY, ESQ.

TRISTRAU KENNEDY, ESQ.

tub ancroa ran dossals oamacaAT. Sib—la the report of the the lat* araetlag of the Loath Tenant Bight ladysadMl Club, which appeared ia the PwawcaiT of Satarday, the tth Instant, tbs cease my retiremeat from tba managamwit of tha Bath ’eataU basing barn ascribed to tbs refusal t
15 May 1852 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KAFFIR WAR.

THE KAFFIR WAR.

Falmouth, Fmoat, Max 7 —The General Screw Steam Shipping Company‘a mail packet Harbinger, Captain Lane, came in thia morning at eleecn o clock. She left Table Bay Ift of April, ♦ p.m., arrieed Sierra Leone the April, at 5 p m ; tailed therefrom the tame evening; called at St Vin
15 May 1852 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
Iw* yew neitiMr w Twy. lehaO be wer fc—d voUof fcr frilend, aad by the Me tket yerty eheS aeke

Iw* yew neitiMr w Twy. lehaO be wer fc—d voUof fcr frilend, aad by the Me tket yerty eheS aeke

rights it* int -* » Ofewlecel ieteMto aeeA set Meetfled ee I mm with Dregfaeda, they naat alwsye MU tbeoke from»y t»wae la tiach—'an, if a* your reptwentatire, I ahall mr Md mymU in w<inM» to wripi tfca t»—t, wot oowoowwwoo a*, _ -n _. «■» »- _# —« SO6ISCW MBtUBiBV Of SI/ COSKtt
15 May 1852 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
•edaocl them to temporif* with the eneniet bothor old fajih and the country, he Iwieted n 3ity rather to .offer

•edaocl them to temporif* with the eneniet bothor old fajih and the country, he Iwieted n 3ity rather to .offer

death, barter their eowieiione. Mo b«rtd •» *wy mantbw the entire it* "fiXft nrilained, dtad thepartie. by whoa it •SttStA. month* ago. SllT** « *'•» Ohrtet t« «onfer the gr«« faith, b* was Induced to come again accompan toTM’al strange clergymen, in to W.» 5" J» n «, part un*fn
15 May 1852 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

JAMES COCH0 f N' WINE & SPIRIT, ALE & Pq R STORES, K No. 1, CA STLE IL E, FIFTEI DOOR1 ?? T1I Dt1';AF U. ARMS. THE CELEBRATED BITTER ALE, IN PRMNE ORDEU. 1140 -SalTE Ip gtuction. SUGAR BY AUCTIO ANTr1M C. HERON & CO. w L OFFER v V for Sale, on THURSDAY ne. bth instant, at TWELVE
17 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Press.

The Press.

Cbe vrr,5,5. LOUD JOHN RUSSELL AND TIHE CITY' OF LONDON. (Prom the, Hrorning H crald.) CONSIDERIABLSE doubt seems to be entertained as to whether Lord John Russell wvill again offer himself as a candidate for the representation of the City of London. This doubt is founded on the
21 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SYNOD OF ARMAGH AND MONAGHAN.

SYNOD OF ARMAGH AND MONAGHAN.

SYNOD OF ARMAGIH AND AION. GIHAN. (r 1l o ar o u R tit c o f1 r 3U it.) Ax Caledon, on Tuesday, the amliitia;l meeting of tle Synod of Armaghi and Monlizghan took place in tile Presbyterian Chlrchi of the Rev. Andrew M'Culloughl 'Iherocoveo in attendance, of ministers fromitiedif
21 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ROME AND ENGLAND.—DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS.

ROME AND ENGLAND.—DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS.

ROME AND E]NGJLAND.-])IPLOMATIC RELATIONS. TirnRE is a passage in the short speech of the Earl of Malmesbury in the I-louse of Lords on Monday night (in reference to the case of Mr. Murray, an English- man, who has been in prison for thirty months in the Papal states on a charge
21 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Press.

The Press.

Ace . not recover possession of his property until the award made is complied with. - The seventh clause enacts, that these arbitrators are to hear evidence as to the amount to be awarded against the landlord, and to specify whaf the fair rent of the premises should be, and, fina
19 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland