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COURT OF BANKRUPTCY—YESTERDAY.

COURT OF BANKRUPTCY—YESTERDAY.

COURT OBiNKBAiRUPTCY-IRTERDAY. i. .. . .1 _ _ (Before Mr. Commnissioner Macu.) re re J. Handy. This was a meeting for examination of witnesses. The bauhrupt had been formerly a merchant and miller, trading at barraghcore, in the county Kilkenny, and the petitioning creditor was t
19 May 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC DEFENCE ASSOCIATION.

CATHOLIC DEFENCE ASSOCIATION.

TO THE 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' lists
19 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MAYNOOTH ENDOWMENT—LORD FITZWILLIAM.

MAYNOOTH ENDOWMENT—LORD FITZWILLIAM.

" Milton, April 16th, 1852. u Sir—When petitions are once placed in my bands, I rarely refuse to present them, even if they are at variance with my own opinions. It really, however, appears to me that your parishioners take a ground of t objection to the Maynooth grant which is
19 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SMUGGLING IN IRELAND.

SMUGGLING IN IRELAND.

Admiral BOWLES wished to ask the Secretary of the Treasury whether any report had been received from the officers of Customs at Dublin of landings of contrabrand tobacco within the limits of that port; and also, whether smuggling in Ireland had not increased since the withdrawal
19 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DESERTIONS IN AUSTRALIA.

DESERTIONS IN AUSTRALIA.

Mr. MASTEKMAN asked if government had any measure in contemplation to prevent the desertion seamen in Australia. Sir J. PAKINGTON said that this question referred to a portion—and not the least important portion—of that most extraordinary emergency which bad taken place in Austr
19 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LANDS AND HOUSES. TO BE LET, The house, no. 3, daunts square, PARADE, lately in the occupation of P. Q6g£m«,

LANDS AND HOUSES. TO BE LET, The house, no. 3, daunts square, PARADE, lately in the occupation of P. Q6g£m«,

Grocer. Cp* X As a Business Situation, it is second to none in Apply to R. Olden & Sons, 4, Duncsn.street* or John Harris, Solicitor, 40, Grand Parade. May 19. TO BE LET, TWO HOUSES, on Lee View Terrace, with Coach Houses, Stables, and good Ouinfyffis. The Grounds go down to the
19 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MOON MAY. Full Moon, Monday 3d, 48 win. 19 Bee. past 9 aftern. Last Quarter, Monday 10th, 49 min.

THE MOON MAY. Full Moon, Monday 3d, 48 win. 19 Bee. past 9 aftern. Last Quarter, Monday 10th, 49 min.

0 sec. past 10 aftern. New Moon, Wednesday 19th, II min. 13 sec. past morn. Second Quarter, Wednesday 36th, 4 min. 35 sec. past 3 aftern. HIGH WATER AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE. May Morn. 44 p. Even. 0 min. p. 6. May 91—Morn. 17 p. Even. 34 miu. p. 6. HEIGHT OP TIDE AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE.
19 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MOORE TESTIMONIAL.

MOORE TESTIMONIAL.

ADDRESS FROM THE GENERAL COMMITTEE TO THC COUNTRYMEN Or THOMAS MOORE, IK ALL LANDS. The General Committee of Management the Moore Testimonial, appointed at the meeting of the friends and admirers of Thomas Moore, held Cbarlemont House, Dublin, on the 29th March last, deem it rig
19 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Part the Focrtu

Part the Focrtu

ConSnina Romeilv f.»r the Prevention of Disrate by «i niite aiiiiiiCMtiou, the uni.ger iulrction it ohviuietl. a. is »im|»le but sure. It acts with the rfrne chrmu-aliy, «o«l «le»lro>t«U» |»ow».r Hie k)hteia. Ibit im••ortnni part the Work should not escape the lender’s notice.
19 May 1852 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ATHLONE ELECTION.

ATHLONE ELECTION.

Humours are prevalent, during the week, of candidates on Consevative principles, contesting the representation of this Borough. The gentlemen spoken of are a Mr. Lloyde, of the County lioseommon, and Mr. G. A. Boyd, of Middleton Park, County Westmeath. give the rumour as it has
19 May 1852 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland