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Catholic Church.

Catholic Church.

On 31st the solemn ceremony of Mips Charlotte Brereton Boillie’s profession took place at the Convent of St. Catherine’s of Sienna. She is the second surviving daughter of the late Captain T. G. Baillie, of Bath,and grand-daughter of the late Colonel William Annesley Buiilie, of
12 June 1852 - Galway Mercury, and Connaught Weekly Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN MARKETS. {Prom the Doily Repi n). * London there has rii»s 111 « «» cause roducaoii liread »io present

DUBLIN MARKETS. {Prom the Doily Repi n). * London there has rii»s 111 « «» cause roducaoii liread »io present

prices el “°, ur -T . ,i, e.TT-r'vf r there has been more firmness during th!° irS’ipedelij for * hid ,t l l * 'ls oSn. well of Indian •on., have only been eliSllbrntoil purposes I that too been Isrcv trail isetions, and tl» feetoiß » ? 'p •„ ,„ „„ t i „„e‘Sl°^~t?, f . fl the pr
12 June 1852 - Galway Mercury, and Connaught Weekly Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
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J /ft*f* f j2* AND CONNAUGHT ADVERTISER VOL. < •> r»«mjjig« .f > t.*. O (WEDNESDAY *a4 SATURDAY { GALWAY, SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1852. ll»-* i>Ht iu live diocese . «' ■‘h *! 12000 11000 TOO 82 TOO ~ ' ■ Yio*r t.l K.— c. v.rw «•. brought f, -w..1 by Mr. II ' m to inquire into it. An
12 June 1852 - Galway Vindicator, and Connaught Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
GENERAL ELECTION

GENERAL ELECTION

THE ELECTORS the BOROUGH OF GALWAY. ELECTORS are requested not JL give the slightest ciVhl now beiug iudustriously circulated,the effect tliai LUIID DUNKLLLIN does not ru«n seek their suffrage*.- AmA Hf'"yrt is eafPfefarariCAovl ss his Lordship nil!, cSQCEWfu.vaBLV, seek the hou
12 June 1852 - Galway Vindicator, and Connaught Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT TO STOCK MASTERS.

IMPORTANT TO STOCK MASTERS.

BIGG’S SHEEP AND LAMB DIPPISO COMPOSITIOX. P. M’CARTHvTI/OU(ill[lKL TTAVlNGjitreceived "f Use above celebrated Com petition, Jnw J'lzn Amir, d.recl from London, !>«,;« leave tVinymate to the and gentry, that the article <; •’'■ > »f his Store*, in <’a*k*. from Bibs. to lOOlbe.,
12 June 1852 - Galway Vindicator, and Connaught Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
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■ Tin* FFF. fifth- FIs;; ,;!iY..f theDUHALA RIVER .ui ■ TRIBUTARIES LAKHS A*., thereto .r -m , or belongin', h full I fro.* f»r rit try it and upon the of Dul.a’a and Ernlagbmora, for the jmrpoaa -aid &ebery, toKetlwr v. -:a r-'s of the of CoTi uly, imurt- ii .Uilv ,v , • the sai
12 June 1852 - Galway Vindicator, and Connaught Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
Spirit of tfir Dress.

Spirit of tfir Dress.

{From the Times.) Tni Another morniog of Maynootb * Yesterday, from twelve four, chief branch of the Imperul Legislature Jfied iu hearing epeecbt-e and an inquiry, which uob->-!y professes deprecate, tut which, fur lhi.« ycarat is itn)><MAilde. Four jn wh.ch , - u--w the hour**
12 June 1852 - Galway Vindicator, and Connaught Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
KsTABLTSUKI) cIICRCI f.

KsTABLTSUKI) cIICRCI f.

TheT.ord Chancel lor has presented las son. the Hon. and Rev. Frank Sugden, M.A., Vicar of A> ling licet, Yorkshire, to the rectory of Newdigate, near iX>rkiug, Surrey. thorough Tractarian. The Rev. William lUood, Incumbent Temple Grafton, Warwickshire, saved from Iho Amazon, ap
12 June 1852 - Galway Vindicator, and Connaught Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
DR: LONG ON THE LATENCY OF CONTAGION

DR: LONG ON THE LATENCY OF CONTAGION

DR: LONG THE LATENCY OF CONTAGION minal justice, and kick the beam ; child of seven years of age is. at the moment we are writing this, imprisoned in Knutsford jail on a charge of stealing a mug of the value of one penny This extreme severity of the law and of the judicial capric
09 June 1852 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DR. NORWOOD ON THE VALUE OF VERATRUM VIRIDE.

DR. NORWOOD ON THE VALUE OF VERATRUM VIRIDE.

First, then, as to the two sexes, it appears that in Edinburgh prison, of 273 males lost weight, and of 283 females only 28; that is, 26.3 per cent, of the males, and only 10 per cent, of the females. In Glasgow, of 309 males 127 lost weight, and of 240 females only 52 ; that is
09 June 1852 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland