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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

Franck. —The Council of Stale roet on Thursday, to hear the pleading's on the Orleans property. M. Fa»te , the advocate of the Princes, addressed the Council at some length, and submitted the t»o following questions :—“ 1. Have the Prince of Orleans, from 1830 to 1852, been the
30 June 1852 - Connaught Watchman - Ballina, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LIMERICK CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 30.

THE LIMERICK CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 30.

GLARE BUMMER ASSIZES. Ennis, Tuesday evening. Judge Crampton arrived hero this evening at • quarter to four o'clock, and after the lapse of half an hone, proceeded to court, when, the Grand Jury hawing been re-sworn fur the discharge of crown businest, his lordship addressed the
30 June 1852 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
LIM ERICK 111.► ItRETB.

LIM ERICK 111.► ItRETB.

Potatoes ;II at Cal to Hat per stone. Holton per qr.) 5d to sld per pound. Prime Beef (pef qr.) Sed to 4ed per pound. lamb, 4s to 4e 6d per qr. Teal, 6d to 6d per lb. Turnips, 9s. to Ils per ton ; Mangold., 10. tid to 11I.; Carrots. les Pll - ICII O► ■OTTU. 14 qoality. ... 6Ra I
30 June 1852 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
TIIE ITIGOINS-110G NT ALEX tNDER.

TIIE ITIGOINS-110G NT ALEX tNDER.

Extract of a letter from a military °nicer, received of the Ltsstuttx enumi MLR office : Colony of Vietoria, Feb. 27. This place is 81 miles from Melbourne, two days rids Ihro' a very curious country, in parts rich forest glades with open vistas of luxuriant grass, and erae.red
30 June 1852 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY DONEGAL ELECTION.

COUNTY DONEGAL ELECTION.

Campbell Johnston, Esq, has appeared as a would be representative for the county Donegal—on Tenant- Right and Presbyterian principles, but in favour ot •• Civil and Religious Liberty forefathers.” he says, his address. have, for several generations, been amongst the leading Pres
30 June 1852 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
EFFECTS OF THE GOLD DISCOVEBIES. (from llu Tim'i.) r«r regards ll.e Jenerol '[“"p,*,lie vonro oro in off* indepeiideiitly '■" l'"

EFFECTS OF THE GOLD DISCOVEBIES. (from llu Tim'i.) r«r regards ll.e Jenerol '[“"p,*,lie vonro oro in off* indepeiideiitly '■" l'"

1 ft '* * in ,0 ! 1 ,. „„ moil bin 11.0 l «t o""- conirnmice. , , l|e rs i place llieir (nbolUig .» .lm m. re , ..n»" solo motorml 08.-ol IS on roc"-" , * |,„ j, m „ l.ooulifrum onj coineiilionol volns it mo? i'* . u „ cun (ul. puts, mid iis«f“l ‘l‘»“ •"J 0l , ,“ |j null'll ‘„™
30 June 1852 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
M. MULHOLLAND HAS RECEIVED, THIS WEEK, A NEW SUPPLY OF SOMMER GOODS; * A LARGE AMD BEAUTIVUL ASNORTUENT 3) (I

M. MULHOLLAND HAS RECEIVED, THIS WEEK, A NEW SUPPLY OF SOMMER GOODS; * A LARGE AMD BEAUTIVUL ASNORTUENT 3) (I

SILKS, MANTLES, LONG AND SQUARE SHAWLS; J-' V BiosoEß, deiai.-ies, dbessee, *e. j ALSO, SEVERAL CASES UE FANCY STRAW. LEGHORN, AND TUSCAN BONNETS: FLOWERS, PARASOLS, AND RIBBONS. S, Bishop-street.
30 June 1852 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THB DISSOLUTION.

THB DISSOLUTION.

Th* following loraal «nd »» Id Oburver L. ParlmiMßt prvrugiMi) n'tlit m i fora* bj k»r t»r*u« than^j tfc» I pArfdlOfctfttf will ** tkaST r, Tb* writ* fct out diVaellj, th« nioulh of Auguit. •cnt.aiiai b»f w , uiuul >u soaMquauo* of th* r(NM 1 act that effaot- Th« new I'erliwent,
30 June 1852 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
PfliLll’STOM GOVERMT PRISON. TO PAINTERS AND PAPER HANGERS. TENDERS will received at the Government Pri- Bons' OiScr, Dublin Castle, for

PfliLll’STOM GOVERMT PRISON. TO PAINTERS AND PAPER HANGERS. TENDERS will received at the Government Pri- Bons' OiScr, Dublin Castle, for

PAPERING and PAINTING the Ufacer’s Quarters at the Cavalry Barrack. PLilipstown, (ou or before the Bth JULY, Prox.) Specifications to be had the Government Prisons’ Office, Dublin Castle, at Philipstown Barrack, at Smithfield Government Prison, Dublin. Government Prison Office,
30 June 1852 - Kings County Chronicle - Offaly, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
Imports, June 29.-760 qrs. Indian corn. Exports.—lo6 tons wood, lirkiu. butter, 3 casks hams, 4 boxes perfurofry, 10 barrels pork,

Imports, June 29.-760 qrs. Indian corn. Exports.—lo6 tons wood, lirkiu. butter, 3 casks hams, 4 boxes perfurofry, 10 barrels pork,

bale, bacon, 1 Cask lard, 10 tout bay, tons talt.
30 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland