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ADDRESS OF THE CATHOLIC DEFENCE ASSOCIATION.

ADDRESS OF THE CATHOLIC DEFENCE ASSOCIATION.

Eb t $tceul s .JOrn~al DUBLIN: SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1852. We are on the eve of a general election, and without predicating what has been so often foretold of similar appeals to the people in past times, that the present is the "most momentous in the annals of Ireland," we may say,
12 June 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH ELECTIONS.

IRISH ELECTIONS.

uV is REPRESENTATION OF KILDARE It- The investigation, under the presidency of Sir Colman Id O'Logblen, assisted by arbitrators named on the part of the it, candidates, Mr. O'Connor Henciy and Sir William Hort, was resamed on yesterday in No. 2, Arbitration Room, Four es Cvaitse
08 June 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POTATO BLIGHT.

POTATO BLIGHT.

I Leitrim Lodge, Castlewood-avenue, Ratbmines, June 8th. My Dau D. GRAY-Knowing the interest you take in the subject of the potato disease, I write to you a few facts which fell under. my own observation within the last five days in connection with it, and I send you a specimen
10 June 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATIONAL EXHIBITION AT CORK.

THE NATIONAL EXHIBITION AT CORK.

I THE wATIONAL EX TION AT CORK. (FROM OUR OWvN =EORTER.) Cork, Thursday Morning. In zay last communication I stated that his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant and the Countess of Eglinton, together with a large party of distinguished guests, had proceeded by railway to Bandon. The a
11 June 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRESENTATION OF AN ADDRESS AND GOLD CHALICE TO THE REV. MR. MAERSHALL.

PRESENTATION OF AN ADDRESS AND GOLD CHALICE TO THE REV. MR. MAERSHALL.

| PRESENTATION OF AN ADDRESS AND GOLD * CHALICE TO THE REV. MR. MAERSH&LL. in; ?? 'ruesday a deputation from the Roman Catholic citizens meof Cork waited upon the Rev. Mr. -Marshall at the residence Iof Mirs. J.,J. Murphy, Sydney Place, for the purpose of pro- so seating him with
11 June 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORK IMPROVEMENT BILL.

THE CORK IMPROVEMENT BILL.

HOUSE LORDS—Friday. (Continuation of Evidence.) rnou our reporter.) Mr. Alexander M'Carthy was the next witness examined ; and, after stating that he was the Town Clerk of the Corporation, deposed to the fact that the Lord Lieutenant had been applied for an adequate police force
11 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
A _= "THE EXHIBITION CATALOGUE." TO TIIE MEMBERS OF THE TYPOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF CORK. Gentlemen, —I found, on return from

A _= "THE EXHIBITION CATALOGUE." TO TIIE MEMBERS OF THE TYPOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF CORK. Gentlemen, —I found, on return from

London, yesterday, that, owing to some confusion in the public mind this city, occasioned mainly by the momentary connexion of the Catalogue with the History which it is my intention write, I have been blamed for the unfortunate blunder of the former publication. I beg leave to
09 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.

THE IRISH SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.

The following interesting account of the progress and completion of the Submarine Telegraph between Howtli and Holyhead appears in Sounder's Newt-Letter. It is to Messrs. Newall and Co., of Gateshead-upon-Tyne, assisted by the Gutta Percha Company of London, that the public are
09 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FATAL BALLOON ASCENT.

FATAL BALLOON ASCENT.

Thefollowingare'the particulars respecting the death of Mr. James Goulston, of Old Kent-road, London, who was killed on Wednesday, while descending with the balloon, on Stone Breaks Hill, Yorkshire, near the Lancashire boundary of that county, after an ascent from Belle Vue Gard
09 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Proceedings in Parliament.

Proceedings in Parliament.

PRINCIPAL BUSINESS OF THE WEEK. of Lords.—Halifax and Quebec Railway—Convention between France and England. of Commons.—The New Zealand Bill—State the West Indies—Committee Supply—Public Business The Militia Bill—Maynooth—The Vicarage of Fromc— Episcopal and Capitular Revenues—C
14 June 1852 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland