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LORD JOHN RUSSELL'S MANIFESTO.

LORD JOHN RUSSELL'S MANIFESTO.

Tdit ?? Minister, and deposed: leader of the Whig party, has issued the following manifesto, in the form of an electoral address to the constituency of the city of London:- "GENTLENIMN-Vore than ten years have elapsed since I was requested by a deputation of electors to relinqui
26 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

Jorrigit IfIltrIli-pice. - Th1E AUSTRALIAN DIGGINGS. TUE ?? is all extract from a letter dated Oel- bourne, Jan. 17:- "I have been for the last two months from hoonc having had occasion to visit the Point Fairy and Port- land districts, situate about 10O and 220 miles hence respe
26 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE RUSSELL MANIFESTO.—THE EXPREMIER'S BID FOR OFFICE.

THE RUSSELL MANIFESTO.—THE EXPREMIER'S BID FOR OFFICE.

TIHE RUSSELL MANFESTO.-TIE EX- 2 PREMIER'S BID FOR OFFICE. TIE address of Lord John Russell to the electors of the city of London, which, though tolerably lengthy, we insert in extenso to-day, originally appeared in the Globe of Saturday evening. As the political mani- festo of a
26 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REPRESENTATION OF BELFAST.—THE "LIBERAL" ORGANS BEWILDERED.

REPRESENTATION OF BELFAST.—THE "LIBERAL" ORGANS BEWILDERED.

REPRESENTATION OF BELFAST. - THlE "LIBERAL" ORGANS BEWILDERED. JusT as we expected, the address of Mr. Cairns, which we had the pleasure of referring to on Monday, has astonished the weak minds of the motley party which answers to the name of " Liberal" in this town. At least, so
26 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ship News.

Ship News.

ZIbip NcW5. BErLFAST, MA&Y 25.-Wind, N. by E.-Weather, Fine. ARRIVIiE). MAY 2'3-Blenlieun, st., Fitzs.inons, Liverpool 25- Erin's Queen, at., Silly, London; Royal Consort, st., AI'Kellar, Fleetwood. SAILED. MAY 24.-Prince of Wales, at., M'Neilage, Fleetwood Stork, st., M-ain, Gla
26 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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AMERICA.

AMERICA.

SourHAxroN, THUDSDAY MAY 20.-Ths United States mail steamship Franklin, Captain J. A. Wotton, arrived off Cowves shortly before midnight, and, having landed the mails o and passengers for England, proceeded on her voyage for I Havre. The run from New York to the Needles has been
22 May 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREEMAN.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREEMAN.

I TO THE EDITOli OF THE FREEMAN. Cashel, May 20th, 1852. SIR-We, in this small borough, are threatened with a contested election. Already addresses are directed to the electors. With great kindness, an Irish gentleman, non- resident for forty years, has written an address from Lo
22 May 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BY EXPRESS.

BY EXPRESS.

BY BXPR=4. , I , _ - _ (FROM OUN OWN CORRiPoNDR11i.) LIVERPOOL CORN HMKAET-.2 The imports from the United States during th2 has been rather small, especially of flour, of whioh Peitv barreerep rted. Indian oorn and wheathaverio"'Y 0c4 equal quantities, there being 3105 qr ofthe f
26 May 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

D - .. FRANCE, PAnts, TItuB3DAY EvmmG.-There is a report that the Minister of War bas recommended the President of tbe Re- public to strike the exiled generals off the army list, but that he has refused to do so. PAWnS, FADAY, Msy 21.-The Dnke' de Broglie has reslgned hii seat a
24 May 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CRIME AND OUTRAGE COMMITTEE.

CRIME AND OUTRAGE COMMITTEE.

W1XUBL MenDaY, MXou 4 a8 DU13rAS: MONDAY, MAY 24, 1852. I I THE PRELATES, CLERGY, AND LAITY-MEETING OF TO-MORROW. The infamous charges sought to be fastened on the Tenant League by the Crime and Outrage Com- mittee cannot fail to have arrested the attention of the tenants' friend
24 May 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland