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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
 
FATHER CAHILL'S LAST EFFUSION.

FATHER CAHILL'S LAST EFFUSION.

FATHER CAIIILL'S LAST EFFUSION. THrE excruciating evidence taden before tile Crime and OutrageCommittee-evidencel wiel directlyim- plicates certain Romish priests in the Ribbon treason, in addition to its other very remarkcable revelations- has elicited from the notorious Fathier
11 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY OF LONDONDERRY.

COUNTY OF LONDONDERRY.

THE Conservative members for the county Derry are threatened with a contest at the approaching election by no less a personage than the redoubtable Mr. S. hAI. Greer, of Coleraine-a barrister, a voluminous news- paper essayist, and an orator of the " heavy" school of eloquence.
11 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INDUSTRIAL POOR LAW EMPLOYMENT.— THE BALLYMENA UNION.—THE NATIONAL EXHIBITION.

INDUSTRIAL POOR LAW EMPLOYMENT.— THE BALLYMENA UNION.—THE NATIONAL EXHIBITION.

INDUSTRIAL POOR LAW EMPLOYMENT.- THE BALLYMENA UNION.-THE NATIONAL EXHIBITION. As an interesting illustration of the great advantages derivable from the adoption of the industrial system in workhouses, we give the following list of articles about to be exhibited, by the Guardians
11 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Sporting Intelligence.

Sporting Intelligence.

..-49404 giftel i ence. ASCOT HEATIHI R'ACES.-TtiUSDAY. TiLE aristocracy; who claim Ascot especially. as their own, were presnt in more than usual numbers for a first clay, but the public generally dxid notmuster in the force we ltave seen on .many foyaler .ecasio10s-pro- bably d
11 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SOUTH DUBLIN UNION.

SOUTH DUBLIN UNION.

I ?? _ ?? SOUTH DUBLMUNIOXN. ; The guardians held their weekly meeting yesterday, at the d workhouse, James's-street, Sir ROBERT §&AW, Bart., in the chair. h: The following guardians were ?? Nowlan, ISi Captain Wall, Henry Price, Patrick Whelan,, John 'Oueeley Bonsall, Ponsonby S
11 June 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PARENT BOARD OF IRISH MANUFACTURE.

PARENT BOARD OF IRISH MANUFACTURE.

| ;'lae rarent Board of Irish Manufacture and industry held an unisnually large weelily meeting of its member3 on Mon- day evening, June 7th, at the lecture room, 2 Essex-bridge, MATThiEW. CorPEY, Esq., -leather merchant, of Backlane, in the chair. f The Chairmaniopeued the busi
11 June 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

ASCOT-HEATH RACES-WEDN1EEDAY. Although there&was a prospect of short fields or walks-over for three out of, t'e seven events enumerated in the card, there was interest enough in the two, ,the Royal Hunt Cup and Tri. ennial, to make a very atiractive day's sport. Unfortunately, h
11 June 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland