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«. d. Housrg and Premises in-1 Main-street 28 0 316 10 0 a Main-street and John-street 23 4;; 411 0

«. d. Housrg and Premises in-1 Main-street 28 0 316 10 0 a Main-street and John-street 23 4;; 411 0

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29 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
hoy attached thomsrlre*—(Hoar, hear.) But it was uostion of extreme difficulty as to the number to be admitted. and the

hoy attached thomsrlre*—(Hoar, hear.) But it was uostion of extreme difficulty as to the number to be admitted. and the

In which they should bo returned by the different dolonios, and the moans by which, if returned, they would represent collect!fely or separately the interests f the colonies. Ho would, however, assure his noble friend lint if in any alterations that might hereafter bo mad , or a
29 May 1852 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PUBLIC HOLIDAY IV TRALEK,

PUBLIC HOLIDAY IV TRALEK,

At an extraordinary meeting of Borough Commissioners, resolution was unanimous y adop.ed, rrquesting that all shops and public offic*'S should be closed on Monday, io testi mony of the high value which the inhabitants of Tralee attach to the mining operations auspiciously commen
29 May 1852 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS—Tuesday, Mat 25.

HOUSE OF COMMONS—Tuesday, Mat 25.

The house met twelve o'clock. Presbyterian .Ministers Widows and Orphans Fund Bill was read second time, and ordered to cciumilted. Several petiti 'On were presented against the continuance of the grant to -Maynootb. Mr. KEOGH presented petitions from vsrious Cat holm Colleges,
29 May 1852 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
ELECTION INTELLIGENCE,

ELECTION INTELLIGENCE,

Coo.'irr or Wexcokd.— We learn from tire frHmm', Journal lhal a eery meeting of the influential Libe. rala of Wexford had aaicmbled at Enniarorthy on Tburaday, for the pu'poae of determining upon the candidate to be put forward on the Tenant Right intereal for that moat patrioti
29 May 1852 - Limerick and Clare Examiner - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
natural Hi A>nnsj<lerab!e acquisition to our Jiioil know- and many important additions to Natural Hisioiv have already flowed from the

natural Hi A>nnsj<lerab!e acquisition to our Jiioil know- and many important additions to Natural Hisioiv have already flowed from the

expeditions which explore'} so many strange nooks and corners o! ti;e : fhound region* in sea-rh of Sir John Franklin and his gallant party. Whether the creat end will ever attained is known only to higher Power but should not so, the money and labor will not have been c .st fri
29 May 1852 - Limerick and Clare Examiner - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
ELECTORS

ELECTORS

COUNTY « • ONE OF YOUR PRESENT REPRESENTATIVES haring stated his intention of resigning the Trust you have hitherto confided to him, I beg to offer myself a Candidate for your suffrages at the next General Election. My political principles arc already known to youwarmly attached
29 May 1852 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
DUNDALK UNION

DUNDALK UNION

Notice that Rate books are open for the inspection of Ratepayers. fry I\T OTICE if Hereby Given that Rates os hereinunder mentionpd, are about be made on thl> ropert) , in ,llP„ml..r--mentioned Electoral Divisions, in the above Union. Rateable under the Provisions of ho Acts for
29 May 1852 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Extract of iMter from Mr. William Galpm. of 70 St. Mary Maymoutk, dated Man 1851 To Profewor Hollow at Six

Extract of iMter from Mr. William Galpm. of 70 St. Mary Maymoutk, dated Man 1851 To Profewor Hollow at Six

-At the age of wife ( who Is now 61) caught a violent cold, which settled her legs and ever since that time they have more or less bet-n sore and greatly inflamed. Her agonies were distracting, for momhs together she was deprived entirely of rest and sleep Every remedy that medi
29 May 1852 - Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
CANADA RAILWAY.

CANADA RAILWAY.

Mr. M’Cullaghcr wished ask the Secretary of State the Colonies whether the communications which had lately taken place between her Maj sly’s government and the memlters of the Executive Colonies of Canada and New uniwick who have con this country relative the formation a i ailwa
29 May 1852 - Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland