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THE REV. DR. NEWMAN'S LECTURES ON UNIVERSITY EDUCATION.

THE REV. DR. NEWMAN'S LECTURES ON UNIVERSITY EDUCATION.

The Very Rev. Dr. Newman delivered the fifth ofhis most interesting lectures upon the important subject of university education on Monday, at the Exhibition Room of the Rotundo. Notwithstanding the inclement state of the weather, there was a crowded and highly respectable attend
11 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE GLEN TILT CASE.

THE GLEN TILT CASE.

The House of Lords delivered judgment on the appeal in this case to the interlocutory order of the Court of Session which declared the right of the pursuers" to establish the right of way through the famous glen. The question was argued at considerable length on behalf of the Du
11 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MISCELLANEOUS. CORK HARBOUR REGATTA. 0% WEDNESDAY, 2nd Day, at 4 o'clock, LADIES' PURSE for Gentlemen Rowert, Value £50. CONDITION'S of

MISCELLANEOUS. CORK HARBOUR REGATTA. 0% WEDNESDAY, 2nd Day, at 4 o'clock, LADIES' PURSE for Gentlemen Rowert, Value £50. CONDITION'S of

RACE follow That the LA. DIES' PURSE be open to be contended for by Officer! of the Army Royal Navy, Member! of a Royal Yacht Club, or of a recognised Rowing Club in eiUtenoe the lsteof May, 1852. By Order, EYRE MASSY SHAW. Hoa. Sec., Regatta. R.C.Y. Club House, Queenstown, 9th
11 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
UNIVERBITY INTELLIGENCE. Messrs. John Leslie. 8.A., and Alexander Jack, B.A, obtained the first and second of Bishop Law's Mathematical Prizes,

UNIVERBITY INTELLIGENCE. Messrs. John Leslie. 8.A., and Alexander Jack, B.A, obtained the first and second of Bishop Law's Mathematical Prizes,

at the examination held Tuesday and Wednesday, the Bth and 9th of Jane. The Professors of Mathematics, Natural Philosophy, and Astronomy were the examiners. SIX ARB HIP EXAMINATION. The;following were the successful candidates the Bizarship Examination, whioh concluded yesterday
11 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARTIFICIAL TEETH. Mr. hyman DATOB, dentist, 109. GRAFTON.S9RKKJ. Has infallible method of extracting Stumps, or causing any pain They adhere

ARTIFICIAL TEETH. Mr. hyman DATOB, dentist, 109. GRAFTON.S9RKKJ. Has infallible method of extracting Stumps, or causing any pain They adhere

firmly to the Gams, requiring no springs nor mn/tumm, and will remain for many years fulfilling perfectly the funßldtjrof the Natural Teeth, which in appearance they accuratolpffesemble. The Liquid Enamel for~permaneiitly restoring Decayed Teeth, Curirg and Preventing Tooth.ache
11 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RURAL cot LECTOR,

RURAL cot LECTOR,

In consequence of some accusations that had been preferred against Mr. Murphy, collector, it was moved Sir Robert J. Faul, and seconded the Earl of Huntington, that, in the opinion of the board, there is not evidence call Mr. Murphy resign. Motion of Mr. Spencer, seconded by Mr.
11 June 1852 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
S.mtli ut Iri lan l

S.mtli ut Iri lan l

S.mtli Iri Well may Mr. Barker c n-ralulate I'""'' s. il m lus •'raii'l li ill, bciKMlli a rich ora.i a 1,1 overioi>p -1 wiiu large convex ol Hml i ll j'raui 'l .1 ilisi.ui. , i-o .n clmiu-itv, ili<- I i' i-.irciily court li.u terrors, it «•" t.iuMiios arc <1 lily illsijipL inm;
11 June 1852 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDONDERRY, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 11,1852,

LONDONDERRY, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 11,1852,

the national repugnance to the endowment of Maynooih has been strengthened by the late discussions eonrerniug it, desires to reiterate the firm and persevering demand of the Protestants of Cireat Britain that the Maynooih Act repealed, with a due regard to existing interests —th
11 June 1852 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS—Tlbsdat, Jcsk 8.

HOUSE OF LORDS—Tlbsdat, Jcsk 8.

HOUSE OF LORDS— Tlbsdat, Jcsk 8. The Earl of MALMESBURY moved the second reading of the surrender of criminals (France) bill, and explained the object of the measure, which was to afford the French government increased facilities for arresting fugitive criminals in this countrv.
11 June 1852 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
BANK OF IRELAND, ABJth Jane. 1852. of Bauk Stock DAY, the 14th ly, agreeable to ’oort of Directors rs Bank

BANK OF IRELAND, ABJth Jane. 1852. of Bauk Stock DAY, the 14th ly, agreeable to ’oort of Directors rs Bank

Stock, iost. ES, Secretary. Bank Stock will the Ist of JULY next.
11 June 1852 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland