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MR. BRIGHT ON THE TITLES' BILL AND THE MAYNOOTH GRANT.

MR. BRIGHT ON THE TITLES' BILL AND THE MAYNOOTH GRANT.

At meeting of electors in Manchester on Wednesday night, Mr. Bright was received with load cheers. said that this country, during the life of the oldest ruan in il had been torn by two questions—Corn and Catholics— (cheers). had pretty nearly got rid of the com, we were unhappil
31 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CLERGY OF HEXHAM. TO THE EDITOR THE MORNING CHRONI7LE. Sir, attention has been called to paragraph in

THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CLERGY OF HEXHAM. TO THE EDITOR THE MORNING CHRONI7LE. Sir, attention has been called to paragraph in

your paper headed Dr. Wiseman and the Catholic Clergy of the Diocese of Hexham." which contains certain resolutions said to have been passed at a conference held at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, on the 20th ult. As my name attached to the report, 1 beg leave to state that it a very clums
31 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MINING IN IRELAND

MINING IN IRELAND

(From the Mining Journal.) Resuming our notes on the mines in that which is termed the Audley district or mineral tracts belonging to Lord Audley, now about forming a portion of the estates to sold under the Incumbered Estates Commission we neat approach. Cappanacailly.—This set
31 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PASSAGE PETTY SESSIONS—Thursday.

PASSAGE PETTY SESSIONS—Thursday.

PASSAGE PETTY SESSIONS— Thursday. Magistrates present—Thomas Boland, H. W. O'Uonovan, George C. J. Johnson, and D. Cagney. EMIGRATION CASE. The attention of the maaistrates of the Passage Bench was occupied for considerable time on Thursday in investigating the claims of a large
31 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Ship News.

Ship News.

j?ljip XfW5. BhicrltAST, 3fAV 29.-W;ind, N. by l.-Weather, Fine. A 15111 v It I). illY .-Bleneim,1111 st., Fitmsiions, I.iverpool. 29.- Prince of' Wales,st., 31'NeNilge, El cetwood. 6A 11. 1.1). MIAY 2S.-Erin's Q2noon, st., Silly, London; Roval Consort, st., MI'Eellar, Elc:etwjoo
31 May 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Emigration News.

Emigration News.

EMIGRATION TO AUSTRALIA. TO THE EDITOR. . Sir,—As is evident that great misapprehension exists in the public mind to the rc al f'°"f which emigrants are allowed free passages to A-ustralia, I directed the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners to inclose a copy of the regu "
31 May 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE.

RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE.

Shrewsbury and Birmingham.—Traffic for the week ending May 23rd, 1852:—Total receipts, £686 3s. 4d. Corresponding period last year, £535 10s. sd. Great Northern. —Return of traffic for the week ending May 16, 1852 :—Passengers, parcels, carriages, horses, dogs, and mails, £5,113
31 May 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BETTER PART OF VALOUR.

THE BETTER PART OF VALOUR.

The information respecting the county of Wicklow, contained in our election intelligence, corroborates our opinion, often advanced, that tbe sound of defiance so loudly emitted from the camp of the foreign priesthood, is but an incident of the game of brag they are desperately p
31 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
QUEEN'S THEATRE, GREAT BRUNSWICK-STREET.

QUEEN'S THEATRE, GREAT BRUNSWICK-STREET.

Mr. Phelps appeared on Saturday evening in Lord Byron's tragedy of 44 Werner." Of bis portraiture that very difficult character it would hardly possihf6 to spnl too highly. The weak, suspicious, selfish, broken-hetfrtai nob(gpian was played with a finish, force, and thorough und
31 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NATIONAL EXHIBITION OF IRELAND. GRAND FULL DRESS BALL, S On FRIDAY, the 11M but. / / THE COMMITTEE will be

NATIONAL EXHIBITION OF IRELAND. GRAND FULL DRESS BALL, S On FRIDAY, the 11M but. / / THE COMMITTEE will be

prepared to issue Tickets, on and after THURSDAY, the 27th Instant, between the Hours of 12 to 3, the Exhibition Buildings. Corn Market. NATIONAL EXHIBITION. THE COMMITTEE of RECEPTION (ire Notice Parties intending to Supply LODGINGS during the coming EXHIBITION, that unless the
31 May 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland