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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
 
DUBLIN STOCK EXCHANGE—THIS DAY.

DUBLIN STOCK EXCHANGE—THIS DAY.

aoYrawiKT ruitDi. 3 per Cent. Consols 98j Ditto for Account 10th June 3i per Cent. Stock Ditto for account lOtb June Bank Stock 2161 MISCELLANEOUS. 4 per Cent. Dublin and Kingstown Railway Debentures of IOOt 102J National Bank Patriotic Insurance Company Mining Company of Irelan
17 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC DEFENCE ASSOCIATION.

CATHOLIC DEFENCE ASSOCIATION.

TO TUK LIBERAL CONSTITUENCIES OF IRELAND. The parliamentary committee of the Catholic Defence Association, anxiously desire to direct the attention of the Liberal electors throughout Ireland, to the great importance of the approaching revisions of the parliamentary voters' list.
17 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

PROMOTIONS AJID EXCHANGES. War-Ojfice, May 14. Royal Regiment of Horse Guards—Lieutenant the Hon. George Watson Miles to be Captain by purchase, vioe Lord Alexander Francis Charles Gordon Lennox, who retires; Cornet Lord George Charles Gordon Lennox to be Lieutenant, purchase, v
17 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Miscellaneous.

Miscellaneous.

Thb Chapter op Rochester and Me. Whiston. This case is again adjourned, and this time sine dine. Dickens's " Household Narrative.—ln the Court of Exchequer on Thursday it was agreed that this case should stand over that the Attorney General might be able to attend. Death op Mr.
17 May 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
The Political Exiles. —Father Ksnyoa, ofTjm- Slederry, hu ju»t received long letter from hi* friend ohn Mitchel. The letter was

The Political Exiles. —Father Ksnyoa, ofTjm- Slederry, hu ju»t received long letter from hi* friend ohn Mitchel. The letter was

written in December it afford* a glowing picture of the present position and prospects of the exile and his family, who are enjoying the sweets of domestic happiness in Van Diemen's Land. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchel and their children are all in the best health; John Martin linng with
17 May 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Election or Coadjutor Bishop of Armagh.—A meeting of the clergy of Ardagh was held on Tuesday at Longford, for the

Election or Coadjutor Bishop of Armagh.—A meeting of the clergy of Ardagh was held on Tuesday at Longford, for the

purpose of electing a coadjutor bishop for that diocese, when the following clergymen received the number of votes attached to their respective names i—The Very Rev. Mr. Dawson 23; The Rev. Mr. Smith ; the Rev. Mr. O'Beirne 4; Rev. Mr. O'Hanlon 4; Rev. Mr. Kilduff 1. Extraordina
17 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL CORK YACHT CLUB. FfIHERB wiH be GRAND BALL »«the NEW TOWN HALL. QUEENSTOWN, on THURSDAY. 27th AY, 1852, ander

ROYAL CORK YACHT CLUB. FfIHERB wiH be GRAND BALL »«the NEW TOWN HALL. QUEENSTOWN, on THURSDAY. 27th AY, 1852, ander

the Patronage of the Adeiiril, Vice/Admiral, and Member! of the R.C.Y.C., and following T Ladies Honorable Mr». Hare, Wn. Mr*. Baker, Mr*. Mn. Burke, 1 Mrs. Mr*. Henry O'Donovan, Mr.. Mr*. Shaw. Mri. Mr*. Reeves, Mr*. Mr*. Francis Leahjr, ' Mr*. Mr*. Aug ualoj Warren, STEWARDS.
17 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BANKRUPTS DECLARED. To surrender at the Court of Bankruptcy, Four Courts, Inns-quay, Dublin. Ilth May. JOHNSON, Francis, of No. 3,

BANKRUPTS DECLARED. To surrender at the Court of Bankruptcy, Four Courts, Inns-quay, Dublin. Ilth May. JOHNSON, Francis, of No. 3,

Crown-alley, City of Dublin, Tea, Sugar, and Coffee Dealer, to surrender on Tuesday, the 25th day of May, instant, and Friday, the 25th June next, at 12 o'clock, on each of said days Samuel Mathews, Agent to the Commission, Lr. Dominick-street, Dublin. Official Assignee. - Rober
17 May 1852 - Bankrupt & Insolvent Calendar - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland