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VAIIIE T I E S

VAIIIE T I E S

Portsmouth, Mat 13. —The Queen and Court will pass through the harbour, on route to Osborne, on tho 21st instant. Lord Otho Fitzgerald has been clown at Portsmouth, paying short visit to Captain G. G. Lock, of the Winchetter. Major-General and Mrs. McDonald gave magnificent ball
18 May 1852 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GERMANV

GERMANV

The Emperor of Russia arrived at Vienna on the inst. The Count tie the new Minister of Police. the instant, the powder magazine of the Fort of Frcdricksbourgh, at Konigsburgh, exploded, and projected over the environs shower of cannonballs, tiles, and stones. The church, the ars
15 May 1852 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE LINEN TRADE

THE LINEN TRADE

LINEN TRADE WF.RKLT MARKET NOTE, COMPILED BV COMMITTEE OF , UNDER THE SANCTION OF THE BEL- FAST CUAMBER COMMERC E, Friday Evening, May Hth, 1852. Flax.—The very low price of seed during the last fortnight has induced farmers to sow more Flax than they had originally intended; and
15 May 1852 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BELFAST MERCURY, SATURDAY, MAY 15, 185 2. TO Tin:

THE BELFAST MERCURY, SATURDAY, MAY 15, 185 2. TO Tin:

Clergy, Gentry, and Free and Independent Electors of THE COUNTY OF DOWN. A VINO NOW MADE A MINERAL Canvass of your County, I havJfdbi I that the principles put forward in ray Addre.ss|h|v( mot with very general concurrence, and that iic\p open ami candid avowal has secured your
15 May 1852 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LOT No. 1

LOT No. 1

The Lands of KELLYSG ROVE, otherwise ESKERMORE, situate in the .aid ilnrnny of Killian ami County of Galway,containing In. 8-41-. statute measure, producing the yearly rent of lUs. CJ. subject the yearly Tithe Rent-charge of Us. 4d. and to the yearly Quit Rent 18a. Bd. LOT No. 3
19 May 1852 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
Davis, strangman, & co.’s waterford BROWN STOUT and SWEET and BITTER PALE ALES, can be had in Casks, containing 54,

Davis, strangman, & co.’s waterford BROWN STOUT and SWEET and BITTER PALE ALES, can be had in Casks, containing 54,

36, 18, and 9 Imperial Galllnt at the Stores of RICHARD CREETH & CO., IWfcolesale Agents, Warehouse-Lane, Belfast; / I JOSEPH COOPER & CO., Wlolekla Agents 38, Orraond-Qnay, Dublin; PATRICK GRIFFIN, Wholesale'igcnts, Andersens’- Quay, Cork; And at the Brewery, Waterford.
18 May 1852 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MERCANTILE JOURNAL AND STATISTICAL REGISTER. Imports. Vanguard, from 1, 12<7t Mag, 1852. R. Morton, sacks meal. Riddle & Co.

THE MERCANTILE JOURNAL AND STATISTICAL REGISTER. Imports. Vanguard, from 1, 12<7t Mag, 1852. R. Morton, sacks meal. Riddle & Co.

28 bags nails. R. Ireland, 50 sacks flour. Geo. Ash, 160 bags guano. P. Green & Co. 6 chests tea. S. G. Fenton & Co. 23 casks R. J. Meharg, 6i chests PHILADELPHIA. Andrew Kernalmn, 51 bales cotton wool, John Alexander & Co., 1,000 qrs. wheat, tea. Arthur Crawford, 33 boxes Free.
18 May 1852 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
91 0 9 15 5

91 0 9 15 5

118 2 8 15 6 1 31 3 8 11 11 104 10 3 30 10 2 32 11 11 Total amount of duty for tbc week ending 15th May, 1852, £8,442 16s 7(L
18 May 1852 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS AND LOCALITIES.

DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS AND LOCALITIES.

These Estates lie In the County of Tyrone, one of the best and most peaceable counties in the North of Ireland. The tenantry are of the most respectable and industrious class, many of thorn possessing comfortable means. The cultivation of extensively carried on, and the Linen tr
15 May 1852 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Weekly. —Present Fares, Adults, £3 10s; Children, £1 15a.

Weekly. —Present Fares, Adults, £3 10s; Children, £1 15a.

THE GOLD REGIONS. FOR PORT PHILIP AND SYDNEY. FROM LONDON. Monthly, Carrying only one class of Passengers, a fixed rate of £2l; Chi*- dren charged according to age. FROM LIVERPOOL, Tw Ice each Mouth. Cabin Faros £4s\ Second Cabin £25 Children charged according Third Cabin £l6 to
15 May 1852 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland