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PARTICULAR NOTICES.

PARTICULAR NOTICES.

S3* Advertisement* must b# sent this Office Friday Morning at furthest. If nut, they will be 100 laic for the greater part of our Country Edition. JLt* Unauthenticated or un postpnid communications,will not attended to. ji'st, *nd »r*m hot.’* FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 185-2.
11 June 1852 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
MANUFACTURE MOVEMENT.

MANUFACTURE MOVEMENT.

{From the Dublin Commercial Journal.) The Parent Board of Irish Manufacture and Industry held an unusually large weekly meeting of its members on Monday evening. June, 7th, at the lecture room, 2 Essex bridge. Matthew Coffey, Esq., leather merchant, of Back lane, in the chair. T
11 June 1852 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OP COMMON PLEA 8.

COURT OP COMMON PLEA 8.

tI.ANDRB. M'AuliHe c Martha)). Mr Lane, QC. (with whom was Mr J. D. Filxserald, Q C.), behalf of the plaintiff, moved for a'laehment against the Sheriff ol the City of Limerick, for making return tardy” to writ distriy gas under the following circumstance*:—The plaintiff was an
11 June 1852 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

On the 9th instant, Rathellcn. lingering consnmption. borne with Christoan patience and meek resignation, Elizabeth, wife of Captain Augustus Bedford, R.S. At his residence, Alrmoout, Kilmainham, the instant. • Ham Perkin, aged years, late Quartermaster UatUlion Royal Artillery,
11 June 1852 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
fiiict Four-Pkncb—

fiiict Four-Pkncb—

(3ENRRAL THOMAS, A gr*at deal mioaeoso been aaid ami wr, f *en (he Conduet df general Thomas T he officer n'*w immand (he no-*hern dii* Irict, towards mnsi**i»er named M'Kmlev, htv ree-ot visit *4 Funiak itlen. f| waa a«a(ed hr an anonymoya eorrespond-nt erf (he Mortke** Whitf n
11 June 1852 - Ballyshannon Herald - Ballyshannon, Donegal, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. DISRAELI ON PROTECTION.

MR. DISRAELI ON PROTECTION.

Mr. Ditnoli hu at length fnrmilly touadod (ho dmli-korll of Proiee ioo. In hit tddrotl to hie ooootilutuit io Buekingboto, bo dtolirM tbac The time not goat whta (hr lojorin which iht groat prodoeina; iniimit tadoro oao be tile, oititd or romofed » reourronoo to (ho Uwt which pr
11 June 1852 - Ballyshannon Herald - Ballyshannon, Donegal, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK IMPROVEMENT BILL.

CORK IMPROVEMENT BILL.

HOUSE OF LORDS—Wednesday. The Select Committee sat at eleven o'clock, to take up the postponed clauses, in accordance with the Committee's wishes, Mr. Taylor snbmitted a clause rendering the operation of the act contingent on the applying for an act to divide the borough more eq
11 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
"CRIME AND OUTRAGE COMMITTEE"—THE REPORT.

"CRIME AND OUTRAGE COMMITTEE"—THE REPORT.

The select committee appointed to inquire into the state of those parts of the counties of Armagh, Monaghan.and Louth, which are referred to in her Majesty's speech, into the immediate cause of crime and outrage in those districts, and into the efficiency of the laws, and their
11 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The Australian DiggingB.—The following la an ex tract a letter from the neighbourhood of Geeloag, dated Jan. 10, 1852: —"

The Australian DiggingB.—The following la an ex tract a letter from the neighbourhood of Geeloag, dated Jan. 10, 1852: —"

When I got home I found all well; but the end of the year drew on, almoat all people giviog notice that at the conclusion their engagements they meant to leave me, and here we are now—the cook left, though I offered her a year remain, and our domestic servants are reduced little
11 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
GERMANY

GERMANY

The Breslau states that it i* the intention of the Emperor of Austria and the King of Prussia to meet lb* Czar at Warsaw, for the purpose of conferring very important matters. , The new* of the protocol on the Neufchatel question, signed London, ha* created much excitement iu Sw
11 June 1852 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland