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THE NATIONAL EXHIBITION AT CORK.

THE NATIONAL EXHIBITION AT CORK.

THE NATIOAL -EXHIBITIOt ATI CGRK OPENING Or TIru EXITIBI TOx.' TnURSDAY NIGsHT, 1 JUE 10.-T his. day a scene, has been presented in the opening of this grand display of national arts and manufactures,'suth as will remain impressed on the delighted' iiemories of thousands for the
14 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Poetry.

Poetry.

l3,oct u3 WE HELP OURSELVES MIOST WVIIEN WVE HELP ONE ANOTHER. 'Tis a great, 'tis a good, 'tis a glorious thing, When sweet Charity, heaven's prime minister comes, And with eloquent voice and soft cherishing wing, Takes that beldami, Old Poverty, out of Our hormes But a greater a
14 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANECDOTE OF CAMPBELL THE POET.

ANECDOTE OF CAMPBELL THE POET.

6 , -ECDOTE OF CAMPBELL THlE POET. Scipthey tells the following story of the poet Camp- beli.-'- Taking a walk with Campbell, one day, up Regent Street, we were accosted by a wretched-looking wo- man with a sick infant in her arms, and another starved little thing at her mother's
14 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER'S MANIFESTO.

THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER'S MANIFESTO.

THE ClIANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUE R'S I-- - MANIFESTO. MR. DISRAELI, talking advantage of the recent Whit- suntide recess, has, in the shape of an electioneering address to his Buchinglham constituents, issued an important Ministerial manifesto, whicll must be re- garded, to a grea
09 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MAYNOOTH DEBATE.

THE MAYNOOTH DEBATE.

THE MAYNOOT1H DEBATE. (From the Times.) ANOTTER morning of Maynooth! Tuesday from 12 o'clock to 4 the chief branch of the Imperial Legisla- ture was occupied in hearing speeches for and against an inquiry, which nobody professes to deprecate, but whvich, for this year at least, i
11 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST UNION.

BELFAST UNION.

Ties usual weekly meeting of the guardians of the Bel- fast Union was held on Wednesday at the Board-room. The attendance was small. But, as the business trans- acted was of more than ordinary interest, we report it fully. Tue chair was occupied by J. W. S. 'M'Cance, Esq. From t
11 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
VISIT OF HANDEL TO DUBLIN.

VISIT OF HANDEL TO DUBLIN.

IN 1740, Handel contemplated the composition of his sixth oratorio and grandest ?? 31Messiah; and the next year he accepted an invitation from the Duke of Devonshire, Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, to superin- tend the performance of some of his musical composi- tions in Dublin, fo
11 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WATER-CAFES OF DAMASCUS.

THE WATER-CAFES OF DAMASCUS.

THE NWATER-CAFES OF DAMASCITS. Eva-wirns in the humming gush of fountains you. hear the low musical laughter of Tlndine. Thus through the heart of the city, the cool cedars of Leba- non sing their shade. The flashing jets iji the silent and sunny courts, like winks of that glanci
11 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS— Thursday. The LORD CHANCELLOR took his seat on the woolsack ** The petitions were presented hardinge. from Tewkesbury, praying for of the law, so as to allow a man to marry the sister of his deceased wife; by the Bishop of Cashel,from Ross Herefordshire nravimr f
08 June 1852 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
Sport Piscatorial.—A gentleman trolling last week in the Gareloch for trout, hooked what he imagined at first to be a

Sport Piscatorial.—A gentleman trolling last week in the Gareloch for trout, hooked what he imagined at first to be a

salmon, from its vigorous run but by degrees became convinced that be had caught a Tartar of some species unknown. After a furious contest of nearly two hours he succeeded in bringing the captive,now sullen and exhausted, to the side of the boat, and tackled him the first opport
11 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland