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IXSOI.VBVCT or THE BOOK LAW COIIUI3SIOS.

IXSOI.VBVCT or THE BOOK LAW COIIUI3SIOS.

In reply Lard Duncan, Sir J. TROLLOPE said the cirpumManee the Dank of England refusing pay a cheque of the Poor Law Commission for £l4O, on the ground that there were no effects," arove'from the inadvertency of one of thd clerk* of the poor law hoard, who had omitted to pay e r
09 June 1852 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
XHE TERIUILE CAMFOKKIA KIUTV INDIANS KILI.F - >9 ■We Imre jimt rroM*«d 4 til|« Jnu; .Fmnci»c«, (rain wbicfc extract thcounl

XHE TERIUILE CAMFOKKIA KIUTV INDIANS KILI.F - >9 ■We Imre jimt rroM*«d 4 til|« Jnu; .Fmnci»c«, (rain wbicfc extract thcounl

ot » terrible buttle between tins ner* at California : Another battle wo« fuiifrht at the between the miner* und Indiana, the Ithh of ApriU An Indian runclieria, loLated in SoiiU mile* below the month the Scott nntl forty Ihiluiu killcU, and their hou»e< the (rrounii. The Klamat
09 June 1852 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONNAUGHT WATCHMAN WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1852

THE CONNAUGHT WATCHMAN WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1852

THE CONNAUGHT WATCHMAN WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, abode of a sacred trout »H biased, and all conveyiiij; virtues of some peculiar kind. Mr. then enquires into the pretended unity and consistency of Koine-; las what havock does he not make of them ! As an instance, says ho : Witness the v
09 June 1852 - Connaught Watchman - Ballina, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH FAIRS

IRISH FAIRS

Kilkenny Monthly Fair.— The June fur of our city was wp|l attenilro, anil mads of stock of all Uinila. imist aatiafaclbry amount ofhosiness was none occasion. Fat cows from £ll £l3 j milch cows £lO 10a £l2 ; store heif £7 to £3 ; yaarlinas £3 ; fat sheep, 34s to hoggets, ,32s to
09 June 1852 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
The meeting tcrminfited at half-past 10 o’clock.

The meeting tcrminfited at half-past 10 o’clock.

Private Joaiah Penny, 62nd regiment, has been lodged in the Smithfiold prison, Dublin, sentenced courtmartial to tnmsnorted for twenty one years, for having struck a officer in the execution of his duty. Ships for Australia. —There arc now forty-four vessels advertised in the Of
09 June 1852 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF WATERFORD.

COUNTY OF WATERFORD.

GENTLEMEN. S a Dissolution of the present Pirlianienl cannot he far dist nt. leave to inform you that it is ray intention offer myself as Candidate to represent your great and important County the neat Election. I am honoured your confidence, ray first care shall he to seek for
09 June 1852 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
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09 June 1852 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REFORMATION MOVEMENT

THE REFORMATION MOVEMENT

PAPAL ARITHMETIC—THE LAST MIRACLE. A paper which has been lately started Galwav, called the Packet, promises not to whit behind predecessors in the trimming of Rome shattered Liu A rather singular announcement occurs in late nninher, the etibet. Hint about 700 of those people wh
09 June 1852 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
CONNEMARA

CONNEMARA

In the matter of the Estate of 1 Aninstus O'Neill ; I sinners will, Exports William Davy FBID VY, the I fth Gram], flay of May 185-2, .at Petitioner. [■ Noon, at their Court, Dublin, Sell notion, the Fee of the Foul, Arla/li, a*l Estates, all situate in the Baronyyof and Couutv
09 June 1852 - Connaught Watchman - Ballina, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
A WORD TO FINALITY JOHN.

A WORD TO FINALITY JOHN.

The Ex-Premier, iii his recent address to the Electors of London, alludes to the part taken by him in the parliamentary contests which resulted in the removal of the duties on Corn and Sugar, and the free admission of foreign Shipping into our ports. These are paraded in connect
09 June 1852 - Connaught Watchman - Ballina, Mayo, Republic of Ireland