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DUNMURRV CONGREGATION.

DUNMURRV CONGREGATION.

ffIHE CONGREGATION OF DUNMURRY .M. having lately erected New ORGAN Mflend to use it, for the first lime, in public worship, on SUNDAY, the 13th instant, Twelve o'clock. The conducted as usual by the Amateur Choir oltJfrGfcngrepution, under the direction of Mrs. Edmund llrtfarper
08 June 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WANTED, A YOUNG MAN WiitTPERPBCTLY understands the Grocer# Imsißess: also, Two APPRENTICES. Apply personally WM. R. FERUla^Ant^h. TO LANDED PROPRIETORS,

WANTED, A YOUNG MAN WiitTPERPBCTLY understands the Grocer# Imsißess: also, Two APPRENTICES. Apply personally WM. R. FERUla^Ant^h. TO LANDED PROPRIETORS,

AGENTS. —A person, who has had a very extensive experience in the Surveying and Management Kstaifs, ty&iv*°g of Rents, making Rentals, &c., wishes Jur An Ay- Pointtnent Under Agent, or Managing Agent's Office. Can give references, and piJduce Usti- the highest order, and can giv
08 June 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WH. BOBBIN,

WH. BOBBIN,

WHOLESALE DRUGGIST AND GENERAL MERCHANT, iV 20, if 47, North-Street, Bel/utt. 2116 general election GENERAL ELECTION
08 June 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FROM BELFAST EVERY .MONDAY. WEDNESDAY, AND

FROM BELFAST EVERY .MONDAY. WEDNESDAY, AND

FRIDAY EVENINGS SUPERIOR FIRST-CLASS ' Si earn.Ship .■r > JOSEPH MPIIYS, iromander. I* appointed to Kail from FLEETWOOD TO DOUGLAS, TUESDAY, THURSDAY, AND SATURDAY. DOUGLAS FLEETWOOD, Every MONDAY. WEDNESDAY, AND FRIDAY Mornings Through Fares— BELFAST TO DOUGLAS, LONDONDERRY AND
08 June 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FRENCH FUNDS.

FRENCH FUNDS.

Paris Bourse, June Closing prices; Rentes 4* per Cents., IOOf. 10c.; ditto Three per Cents., 71f. 65c. ; Bank of France. 2.795f. . The dishonest character of the Derby ■M (iaily developed more and more distinctly. For proof, we need only refer to the conversation, which took pla
08 June 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Bl BTHS.

Bl BTHS.

This morning, at Summer Hill, the wifa Doaiai V. DraM* Esq., of daughter. -- ■ —iua the 6th inat., Manchester, thewlfoof Dr. ShaitoaMart of a daughter. w^mM On the inst, at Charleville, county Wicklow, Monek. of son. .. rf# Oa the 4th inst., Malahide Castle, Lady Talbot Hattßiw.
08 June 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SELECTED POETRY, BROTHERS! WE ARE MEN We are men—made in ihe image Of the mighty One Who hath crowned the

SELECTED POETRY, BROTHERS! WE ARE MEN We are men—made in ihe image Of the mighty One Who hath crowned the

earth with beauty. ’Neath the golden sun— Children of common Father, Whose prevailing love Ii unbounded the day-beama in from above. Highest rank in God’s creation la our station, then ; Form divine ia on our features: Stnlcra o’er all meaner creatures— We are men ; but oh how o
08 June 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
now one man is to be punished In Paris because another ia troublesome in London. Was there ever more unblushing

now one man is to be punished In Paris because another ia troublesome in London. Was there ever more unblushing

stretch of power than to make a man resimnsible for that over which he has no control? But having, for time, succeeded in slopping free discussion in France, the hero | the coup d’etat seeks to force the meshes of bis tyranny across the Channel. His agent talks of the disseminat
12 June 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ROAD TO HEALTH. HOLLOWAY’S PILLS. CUBE A DISORDERED LIVER AND BAD DIGBSTF»I Copy of a Letter from Mr. R.

THE ROAD TO HEALTH. HOLLOWAY’S PILLS. CUBE A DISORDERED LIVER AND BAD DIGBSTF»I Copy of a Letter from Mr. R.

W. Kirkuf, Chfmitt, Pretrot Street, Liverpool, dated 9th June, 1861 To Profewor Holloway, S|B,_Voar Pills and Ointment bare stood the highest on sale list of Proprietary Medicines tor some years. A customer, to wham I can refer lor any enquiries, desires let yon know the particu
12 June 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORK IMPROVEMENT BILL.

THE CORK IMPROVEMENT BILL.

We understand that our anticipations, respecting this bill, have proved correct. The Lords* Committee, it seems will only allow it to pass, on the conditions agreed to by the Joint-Committees, and which we urged the decided pro* priety and desirableness of acceding to. A Council
12 June 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland