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THE MOORE TESTIMONIAL. A meeting of the General Committee was held at Charlemont House on Wednesday, 2nd June. Amongst these

THE MOORE TESTIMONIAL. A meeting of the General Committee was held at Charlemont House on Wednesday, 2nd June. Amongst these

present were the Right Hon. Lord Cloneurry, John Finlay, LL.D. •° Rev. H. Gri ffi n, Sir Arthur Clarke, Sir Colman O'Lnghlen, Bart. ; Thomas OH.tgan, Q.C. ; George F. Mulvany, Mr. Mulvany read a letter from the noble Presi. dent, the Earl of Charlemont, regretting his unavoidabl
09 June 1852 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

PARIS. SUNDAY - G -1 11. Prather. the eelebested sculptor, died suildehly on Friday evening, id Bougi•al, near Paris. Colonel Charms, folloitiug the ettmple of Generals Changarnier, Latonriciere, and Bedeau. has writtei • letter refusing to take the oath of allegiance to Louis' N
09 June 1852 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BENCHERN CHAMBER.

THE BENCHERN CHAMBER.

[TM G:u " rcTiano ."— Oi — the .. limerick Cni — o;"; White ] im T 700/ LAW DECISION. . This wee so appeal from • decree by the am sMtaut banister of the county Limerick for the of 17. being the &mount of • rats struck or epplotted in the month of Novembr, 1851, on the defeedant
09 June 1852 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

I BY BLECTRIC TEL A GRAPH. W. E. $mith and Son's 1Vewapaper Ojce, No. 1, Edtesuay, 8?h Jime, 1852. PANIs, MOSDAY.-Bourse extremely firm. -A further ad- vance in price of Railway Shares; 4j opened 120, closed 130; Threes closed 70-15 ex div. FRANCE. PAias, MoxDAY-Trade in the capi
09 June 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BY EXPRESS.

BY EXPRESS.

Ms (RO3r OUR OWNi CORtFSPONDmNT.) We LIVERPOOL CORN MARRET-JUNE S. We still have to report very slightarrivala of grain and grain Ict produce from both the United States and the Contilnent of Eu- ,o rope. Of flour from the former part of the world only about 5,6o0 barrels are re
09 June 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ENGLISH PROTESTANT ALLIANCE.

THE ENGLISH PROTESTANT ALLIANCE.

{From the Morning Chronicle.) It allowed on all sides that the polemical meetings of the season have been a signal failure. Whether, as is suggested by the popular jokester, Exeter-Hall itself is coming to be looked upon as suspicious, from bearing the name of Bishop Pbillpott's
09 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
RAILWAY TRAFFIC FOR THE FAST WEEK. Miles opened| * Railways. «■ ■■ ■> 1853 I 1851 , 1852 , IRISH.

RAILWAY TRAFFIC FOR THE FAST WEEK. Miles opened| * Railways. «■ ■■ ■> 1853 I 1851 , 1852 , IRISH.

37J Belfast sn<l Bally mens .. Belfast ami County Down.. 10 Cork and Bandon 7 Cork, Black rock, and Passage 53 Dublin and Drogheda 7} Dublin and Kingstown 32 Dublin and Belfast Junction 19 Dundalk and Knniskillen 188 Great Southern and Western 14 l<4indonderry and Knniskillen Mi
09 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
INCUMBERED ESTATES COURT—YESTERDAY.

INCUMBERED ESTATES COURT—YESTERDAY.

PUBLIC SALES PBOPEBTT. Mr. Commissioner Longfield sat yesterday for the dis- 1 posal of incumbered property. The attendance was large, and tbe bidding, for the most part, exceedingly < spirited. couhtt or lohofobd. In tbe matter of the estate of George West, Esq., ownerj; i ■Wil
09 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS. Jane 7, at 2, Harcourt-terrace, Mrs. John William Ellison, of son. May 81, the Constabulary Barracks, Phenix Park, the

BIRTHS. Jane 7, at 2, Harcourt-terrace, Mrs. John William Ellison, of son. May 81, the Constabulary Barracks, Phenix Park, the

lady of George W. Hatched, Esq., M.D., of a son. June 9, at 7, Leinster.street, the lady of Charles Eccles, Esq., of a daughter. At Annachreevy, county Wick low, the wife of Richard Burton, Esq., of a son and heir. June 5, at Athy, the lady of Hugh Hawkshaw, Esq., County Inspect
09 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SCOTCH NEWS.

SCOTCH NEWS.

The Moors.-— We learn that at no corresponding period for several years past have the grouse been so numerous and healthy as they are at present. Young birds were seen the 12th of May, although it is considered an average in point of earliness when they make their appearance a f
09 June 1852 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland