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SUPPLY.

SUPPLY.

DEBATE ON REGIUM'DONUM. The aouse th en went into committee of suujply. On the vote of £P38,560 for Non-conforming, Seced- ing, and Protestant ministers, Mr. ANSTEY said he now wished to call the atten- tion of the committee to the notorious vote called the Regirrwr Do inmn, upo
14 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LUNATIC ASYLUM.

LUNATIC ASYLUM.

Willitm D. Butler, the eminent Architect of thie beeuliful building, inepeeled it on Thursday. He also inspected the improvement* at the County Infirmary, and left for Dublin on Friday, The Asylum will be open about November. NEW POTATOES. A man named James Geraghty, from Holly
11 June 1852 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SLIGO JOURN AL. THE CORK EXHIBITION. It !• fnnd that thtr* •ill not epaee leffieieol id ibe Cork EshibilitD

THE SLIGO JOURN AL. THE CORK EXHIBITION. It !• fnnd that thtr* •ill not epaee leffieieol id ibe Cork EshibilitD

braMioi lor the DD»bet of ortitle* eeat ia. The deattd (or •»»»<» litkett it oeer•btlatinf. opwtidt of 1000 k*»i*f bee* OoM ia bow re, tbree euwmrre dajve. Wo haea etea eary beaatifel Maek laaa ehewl, tad eoporb bonnet, la ■ora by rhe Caanlctt ol E« liailoa at opeatag of the Cor
11 June 1852 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Tiie Government sustained a very decisive defeat on Tuesday night upon Mr. Horsxan's motion for a committee to inquire into

Tiie Government sustained a very decisive defeat on Tuesday night upon Mr. Horsxan's motion for a committee to inquire into

the case of the Rev. Mr. Bennett, having been out-voted by no less than a majority of 45. Seeing that they have done their best to encourage bigotry, we cannot regret to see them conquered by demon which tbey have raised. Without of liberality, they saw that the ntolerant fury w
11 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IHE submarine Telegraph between Holyhead and Howtth.-The Submarine Telegraph has not yet been opened to the public in consequence of

IHE submarine Telegraph between Holyhead and Howtth.-The Submarine Telegraph has not yet been opened to the public in consequence of

some slight defect having been found to exist iu the wire laid down from the office Amiens'-atreet to tbe Hill Howth. Several the gentlemen who were engaged in the laying down of the line went to Howth yesterday for the purpose of remedying the defect, which waa easily accomplis
11 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

CORK MARKETS.—Jc»« 14. BarrHa. THI* I»AT. Currency _ Wheat not «V 1 00a Od-JO Burnt. Wheat 00a o*l to } _ Oil 00a OdV 00a da. — Ditto ona Od 00a Barley 00a Od to 00a Mt _ Ditto . or* od ooa od J 00a od-00 do. Ditto 00a Od ooa _ od 00a Od— 00a Od— (Ml 10a o*l to Ila i _ intlo.. O
14 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
INDIA.

INDIA.

hear that disorders were prevailing in the dominions the Nizam and Aond. Sir Colin Campbell set ont again on tbe sth with a force directed St. Arriver. Imports were firm ; the cotton market unchanged. Exchange on London, 2s. o{d. Paws, TnunsDAT.—The English ambassador has applie
14 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MISCELLANEOUS. representation op the county. A MEETING of the Clergy the Deanery of Coachford, assembled in Conference on TUBSPAT, the

MISCELLANEOUS. representation op the county. A MEETING of the Clergy the Deanery of Coachford, assembled in Conference on TUBSPAT, the

Bth Inst, the Rev. D. Mahony, P.P., and v. F. in the Chair, the Rev. T. Lie, P.P., acting u Sectary, the following wai unanimously adopted That withhold oar rapport from every Candidate fa the Representation of the County the next election, will not Pledge himself in writing to
14 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIPPING. EMIGRATION TO AMERICA. GRZNNELL'S CELEBRATED LINE OP PACKET SHIPS. Ships. Captains. CONSTANTINE, .. Bunting,.. ] ALBERT GALLATIN, Delano, ..

SHIPPING. EMIGRATION TO AMERICA. GRZNNELL'S CELEBRATED LINE OP PACKET SHIPS. Ships. Captains. CONSTANTINE, .. Bunting,.. ] ALBERT GALLATIN, Delano, ..

QUEEN of the WEST, Hallbt, .. ] CONSTITUTION, .. Britton, .. ASHBURTON, .. J.M* William NEW WORLD Knight .. LIVERPOOL, , .. Gardiner.. NEW SHIP Sail. 21st Mar. 6th June. 21st June. 6th July. 21st July. , 6th August. . 21st August. 6th Sept. MESSRS. BOWMAN, GRINNELL, Co., HE OWNE
14 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
QUEEN'S BENCH-Saturday.

QUEEN'S BENCH-Saturday.

Nott v. Fitzgibbon. This case was tried at the last Assizes for the City of Cork, and a verdict had for the plaintiff. It had also been tried at the previous Assizes, when the plaintiff likewise got a verdict, but which had been afterwards set aside upon motion of the defendant.
09 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland