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NOTICE OF ALTERATION IN PREMISES.

NOTICE OF ALTERATION IN PREMISES.

CABINET UPHOLSTERY, CARVING. GILDING, AND PICTURE FRAME MANUFACTORY. PATRICK STREET. JOHN FLETCHER bog* respectfully to announce to fcis many kind Patrons and Friend*, that, baaing the Front of bis Establishment Messrs. J. J. j jl AS. Bkalc, of Patrick’s Quay; bis Trade in the r
27 May 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IPEEWSTOWW 8A1.1..

IPEEWSTOWW 8A1.1..

0 THURSDAY neit, SPECIAL STEAMER will leave COJiif for at o'dftV, arfTeturn PKjGPHCTB as soon as tho Ball ovei7%lHnfcflt Passape, Moukstown, nod Queenstown, coitfgiad rSbroioir. Fare-ONE SHILLING. • Also, Steamer will leave Cork Promenade, o’Clock. and return at o'clock, on the
27 May 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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27 May 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Speedve I, Mstmlne, Boer, Three vessels la ballast.

Speedve I, Mstmlne, Boer, Three vessels la ballast.

MAT E. SUSITED. Aboard. Hemell. Cork, whesf. Edeeeombs. Cork, wheat, Elisa, enteral carat*. John sad Mary, brick, Lctttla, Miles, Cork, salt, Munsier Law, Mate, colliers. SvILtD. TO. Dash. I'aticr. general. Liverpool. Flisibeth Iteotlev, Abel, eater ant* New York. Flora. Combe*
27 May 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE QUEEN’S COLLEGE AT GALWAY.

THE QUEEN’S COLLEGE AT GALWAY.

ladicroas exempliKcation of the feet ia th« const!- totion of Queen's Colleges suggests itself ia grave complaint of the Professor of the Obstetric Art at tha Galway visitation, that bis pupils were cut off from the means of obtaining practical knowledge of the science which pro
27 May 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Schedule referred to in the foregoing Notice,

Schedule referred to in the foregoing Notice,

6th and 7th August, 1766—Lease and Release, Christopher Bowen to Robert Bell. 25th and 26th May, 1787—Lease and Release, the Earl Altamont to Hugh Carleton and Ross Mahon. 21st March, 1791 —Release, Earl of Altamont and Lady Anne Mahon to Denis Browne. 20lb September, 1809 —Conv
25 May 1852 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
BOYLE' SATURDAY' MAY 22, 1853.

BOYLE' SATURDAY' MAY 22, 1853.

IRELAND AND THE IRISH—ROYAL BIRTH DAYS ON THE DOUBLE—" HEVY AND HEARTY ENDURANCE OF IT—THE PRAYTEES" ONCE MORE—FRANCE SHOWING OFF—THE FORTUNE O’ WAR, Ito. (from th» Warder.) Stoneybatter, April 22d, 1852. When had some claim to bein’ chap o’ tindher yearn Thady, and enf aped in
22 May 1852 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE. Paris, Monday.— The Constitutionncl’ publishes a letter from General Lamoriciere refusing the oath lie says .* “An officer’s commission

FRANCE. Paris, Monday.— The Constitutionncl’ publishes a letter from General Lamoriciere refusing the oath lie says .* “An officer’s commission

was by tbe law his patrimony and coiikl only taken from bim by sentence of courtmartial. This law is trampled by a government which neither respects persons not property. Bat if our frontiers were menaced, I would hasten to Bght for oar national independence, for history proves
22 May 1852 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
THE HEART THAT’S TRUE.

THE HEART THAT’S TRUE.

Tell me not of sparkliug gems, Set in regal diadems— Yon may boast yonr diamonds rare, Robies bright and pearls so fair; Bat there’s a peerless gem on earth, Of richer ray and pater worth: Tis priceless, bat ’tis won few— It is, it is, the heart that’s true. Bring the tulip and
22 May 1852 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
A Russian Garrison on the Black Sea.— When in beauiiful morning in spring one waa> ders through the hloomiag eofirons

A Russian Garrison on the Black Sea.— When in beauiiful morning in spring one waa> ders through the hloomiag eofirons

of Pitranda, and the eye feeds the manifold beauties of nature that laugh around us here in the moat luxurious abundance, it is hard to beiiere that this seemingly so blessed shore should be dwelling place of misery and lamentation. But uofortunate'y, such is the cose; the unhea
22 May 1852 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland