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LARGEST HOUSE IN THE PROVINCE. XTOS. 17 1«, SZ.ZOO, BALF UR & COMPANY, PROPRIETORS. FRESH GOODS AND NEW FASHIONS WEEKLY,

LARGEST HOUSE IN THE PROVINCE. XTOS. 17 1«, SZ.ZOO, BALF UR & COMPANY, PROPRIETORS. FRESH GOODS AND NEW FASHIONS WEEKLY,

PER STEAMER, FROM ENGLAND, THE SAME FORTNIGHTLY FROM SCOTLAND. T> JtCo.. WOULD RETURN THEIR SINCERE THANKS FOR THE B, PATRONAGE their h«»e reeeieed thie Spring eod beg to A ENDS ezeriloo their pert will spered to extend their kind order* oeer their SU MM ER TRA DE. GOODS .fell k
11 June 1852 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
MULLINGAR. COMMUNICATION WITH ENGLAND, via HOLYHEAD, THREE tim*« e«r.h w»y on d»y*, twice on Sunday*, Sen Pa»«ng 4( honrn. The

MULLINGAR. COMMUNICATION WITH ENGLAND, via HOLYHEAD, THREE tim*« e«r.h w»y on d»y*, twice on Sunday*, Sen Pa»«ng 4( honrn. The

time allowed for the Single Journey Ticketail* theday ot issue and two following days. The Joo/iey may broken at Dublin, Holyhead, BangorAr Chester. The Return Tickets to or from London Are for Fourteen Days after date of issue other Stations, for Seven Days, and the heeler pay
11 June 1852 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEATER—THE CROPS.

THE WEATER—THE CROPS.

---TW - - C I[ Slu WB.E TH IRPS THE WxATraa.-During the past week the weather ws, of variable temperature, alternating from a sultry summer heat to a coldness seldom experienced at this season. Some days ago, in many places within a few miles of this dity snow fell in particular
11 June 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE AUSTRALIAN DIGGINGS.

THE AUSTRALIAN DIGGINGS.

Extract of letter from Hobart Town, Van Diemen’* Land, dated January last The recent astonishing discoveries of gold the neighbouring colonies ol Sydney and Vict-ria (Port Philip) induced thousands of persons to leave this, and from Victoria most of them have since returned with
11 June 1852 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ENGLISH BANKRUPTS

ENGLISH BANKRUPTS

John Blake, inn-keeper, Attleborgh, Norfolk ; John Webb, hrszier, Rugby, Warwickshire ; Thomss Jeokios, innkeeper, Tredegar, Monmouthshire ; John Marsden, dealer, Manohe*ter.—Lon'/on Gazette of Friday. Alexander Fenton, stationer, Coventry-street, Haymarket; James Elliott, curri
11 June 1852 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
M AVNOf) 111

M AVNOf) 111

AVNOf) 111 The errs when it ass.-r's H.i- olrjcct of t'u: Irisli Mrmlrcrs sneaking tin Mavii 'uth 'lnn is to obviate: investiKitiou ! I in: ans-.n;;' lo Ijc assort nci \\w Shiiflur'l is I'ouii l m lint ailtuirabie vtn.lifa'ion of tlii: Koval Colloo.i Mr. I Si i i.t.v, wito.c sjte
11 June 1852 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
T.AXDU )UI) IN I'IMIDA l b »N' The* fricii ls ot‘l aptain Otway arc U'inj

T.AXDU )UI) IN I'IMIDA l b »N' The* fricii ls ot‘l aptain Otway arc U'inj

)UI) IN I'IMIDA l »N' The* fricii ls l Otway arc U'inj itrcisu-MH i rlums ti> Un- Ins nuirn lor '-r.irv (’.u r.-ioii .uni l.ni-ll»»r>l intmii l itiou .ire ;it work ri-r.i ■ listrielsi)l'tlu' North Ki p irticul.irly ili •« •riii*in*lj I'ii*- ti iiiiiits ToK r. »wl,-y, a;i I K.n ri
11 June 1852 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr. I)4tn\

Mr. I)4tn\

{ImI Ik- his tin; pulnnuj'i; ot tlu; ill IM.lt- S icii ty, that llu; i!u- !.m llnnl, out whoso school l*i iluly in the p.irish, i.l h:s i!i URation. fact' } 'U can sec the entire scope ui t’;c drove into K.lhaha, : i • lions,- oi" one the prineip tl followers . wIiUM- 11 ie.i.-
11 June 1852 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
C ALUM NILS AG AI NS SISTERS <ll VRI TV Mr. Pinup Dixon ofthc“ 'Sts’Protcrion Society, ■’ has published accusation

C ALUM NILS AG AI NS SISTERS <ll VRI TV Mr. Pinup Dixon ofthc“ 'Sts’Protcrion Society, ■’ has published accusation

aguinstthc Sister? of Charity of St. Vincent’s Hospital, Dublin, charging them with having turned out of their institution, late night, Protestant child labouring under the worst species fever,” for refusing to become Catholic, in consequence of which the child died the day afte
11 June 1852 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
ITALY

ITALY

Tip to Ow 19th ek.„ Era had We rested to Mr. Moore. her &Maas& Omni Ammo. to visit Edward Mary. A eserier arrived at Moose by steamer Thole" the the Seth. bringing Iron her Maieety's Mr. Moen. which Whoa forwarded by *WWII to the British Vise-Comet et Tenn. It isbeirrred will ha
11 June 1852 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland