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INCUMBERED ESTATES COURT—Yesterday.

INCUMBERED ESTATES COURT—Yesterday.

PUBLIC SALES OF PROPERTY. The Chief Commissioner sat yesterday for the disposal of incumbered property. The court was well attended, and the competition, for the most part, remarkably brisk. The only estate offered for sale was the following ADJOURNED SALE—COUNTIES CORK AND TIPP
18 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
'/ GENERAL ELECTION. AND INDEPENDENT ELECTORB THE TU BOROUGH OF ATHLONE. GK3TISMK*, THE approaching dissolution of Parliament will impose upon

'/ GENERAL ELECTION. AND INDEPENDENT ELECTORB THE TU BOROUGH OF ATHLONE. GK3TISMK*, THE approaching dissolution of Parliament will impose upon

you the selection of a Representative in the Imperial House of Commons; and, soliciting that high hononr, may state I am not wholly unknown to you, and that, from tbe first time I became connected with your locality, I hare felt con- j Tioced that the unsettled state of the laws
18 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WATERLOO BALL AT THE ROYAL HOSPITAL, KILMAINHAM.

THE WATERLOO BALL AT THE ROYAL HOSPITAL, KILMAINHAM.

On Friday evening, the 18tb, the usual ball and supper were given by Sir Edward and Lady Blakeney, in honour of the thlrty.seventh anniversary of that glorious day, so nobly gained by the British troops upon the plains of Waterloo. It would be superfluous, and almost amounting t
21 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MAGISTRACY.

THE MAGISTRACY.

The Lord Chanoellor has appointafi Daniel Baird, of Boom Hall, Esq., a magistrate for the county Tyrone, on tbe recommendation of the lieutenant of the county.
21 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

Downing- street, June 18. The Queen has been pleased to appoint Colonel Sir' John I Le Marchant, Knight, to Lieutenant-Governor of the province of Nova Scotia. Forth kr Troops foe Australia—There is a rumour, for which we have every reason to believe there is good foundation, th
21 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

DUBLIN COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

Etehimo. —This has been a quiet, steadyweek, and we have again little to notice. produce a good business has been transacted, prices and consumption are steady. In shares and stocks there is a continuous rise, and everything is higher, almost without exception. Credit has been w
21 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CRIMINAL COURT—London, Tuesday, June 15.

CRIMINAL COURT—London, Tuesday, June 15.

(Before the Recorder.) Forgeby. —Charles Nssh, who had been convicted in a former session of forging a transfer for railway shares, was this morning brought up for judgment. The Recorder passed tbe sentence of tbe Court, and remarked that the prisoner had been confined since Feb
16 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BANK OF IRELAND.

BANK OF IRELAND.

general court of proprietors of bank stock was held on Monday, ,at the Bank, tgreeable to charter, to receive the report from the court of directors of a dividend to be made to the proprietors. At one o'clock the chair was taken by the governor, John Barton, Esq. The Secbetart,
16 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Irish Channel Submarine Telegraph Company. —The somewhat stormy state of the weather, for the last few days, and the

The Irish Channel Submarine Telegraph Company. —The somewhat stormy state of the weather, for the last few days, and the

consequent rough state of the sea betwean Donaghadee and Portpatrick, bare rendered it necessary to defer laying down the cable until the weather moderates, Mr. GilpiD, the contractor, the Hon. Mr. Massey,and Mr. Griffin, theengineer on the Scottish side,hare, however, been iade
16 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DISPENSARY APPOINTMENTS.

DISPENSARY APPOINTMENTS.

We regret to perceive that at tbe late election Medical Officers for the Cork Dispensary district, the second senior physician, who for the last 18 years with the most unremitting attention and undeniable success, attended'to the wants the sick poor of this city in varioua distr
18 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland