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UNITED STATES AND CANADA.

UNITED STATES AND CANADA.

The union bank London, as Agents for .Messrs. DUNCAN, SHERMAN, CO., Bankers, NEW YORK, hereby give Notice, that they arc prepared to receive moneys, account of that Firm, lor which they will issue, free of charge, LETTERS of CREDIT, or CIRCULAR NOTES, of 10*. and upwards, simila
19 June 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHERS WHIG.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHERS WHIG.

THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHERS WHIG. Sib,—lt is cruel in the Tories to persist in forcing on a contest Belfast. It is highly criminal them to the cause of so much turmoil sad wickedness, where wo longer any pretence remains to them for struggle. They really ought not to act so reckle
19 June 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ESTATES. CfU-'KT THE COMMISSIONERS EOR tui incumbered estates IN IRELAND. NOTICE SALE, ’county we/ford. the Miller of T Comsissiokim .

ESTATES. CfU-'KT THE COMMISSIONERS EOR tui incumbered estates IN IRELAND. NOTICE SALE, ’county we/ford. the Miller of T Comsissiokim .

< R"- °" tuesuat, v Whitly, *nd Bo- 6lh day of JULY, V | l .i lUl William Ky»n, 1b62, of the Estate of It Twelve o’Clock at Soon, fie Michael Thun- SET UP AND SELL BY a .'.- .cd I AUCTION, owner* ! at Coort » Henrietta* and Petitioner*. Btr»*et, Dublin, Ibe following Land*, filo
15 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
No, 1, Werburgh-st., Nos. 3 and 4., No. 6 No. 7 No.2l,ChristCburchplace ... No. 51, South Great George’s-street ... Nos.

No, 1, Werburgh-st., Nos. 3 and 4., No. 6 No. 7 No.2l,ChristCburchplace ... No. 51, South Great George’s-street ... Nos.

and Nos. 56, 57, 58, 581 and Ten Houses George’s-place ... No. 59, No. 60, Three Houses in George’®-court ... No. 61, George’s-st.
15 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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ii 466 3

15 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GENERAL ELECTION,

GENERAL ELECTION,

THE DUBLIN EVENINU POST, TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1852. /urion* mob ; tod we deeply grieve to eey lh»t Catholic Clergyman of the town, ioatead of interposing to calm the excited and brntaliaed populace, used his iofiaeoce in a contrary direction. This is most lamentable state of affair
15 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Tlie inrumbrrnl ntetr* bill, for l<«nf of petition* tor* flown fur * Monday eveoinw, niid the ■rorirnmcnt will make rflort

Tlie inrumbrrnl ntetr* bill, for l<«nf of petition* tor* flown fur * Monday eveoinw, niid the ■rorirnmcnt will make rflort

to t<l it paawd lull) law, duhßi jifitiot teton-u.
16 June 1852 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
MU. DISRAELI OJi PROTECTION. Disraeli bta at length formally sounded the death knell of Protection. I hia address to bia

MU. DISRAELI OJi PROTECTION. Disraeli bta at length formally sounded the death knell of Protection. I hia address to bia

conatitucn'a in Burkinghaio, h* decluraa that The tine has gone by when the injuries which the great producing interests endure can ellerialed or remuted by a recurrence to the laws which, pretiuutlt to 10id, protected them from such calamities. The spirit the age tends to free
16 June 1852 - Athlone Sentinel - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

BELFAST BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

The usual weekly raoeting of this body was hold in tho board-room, eleven o’clock—J. W. S. M'Cance Esq., the chair. Tho attendance of members was tolerably largo. After minutes of the previous meeting were read, tho clerk submitted a statement showing that in the treasurer’s acc
17 June 1852 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
and country, but I beli«?« ibtr* no country from its pecihar circumsUnct-t, to which wonid be greet if «m carried

and country, but I beli«?« ibtr* no country from its pecihar circumsUnct-t, to which wonid be greet if «m carried

out ae it ehould be, ihu country ; and 1 believe that if the plan which emanated from the eepacinua mind of one of the of England, had been carried out, we would have even Ireland happy and [cheersl An bumble follower of Lord Oeurge Jteniick, would have voted for that bill, and
16 June 1852 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland