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TO THE

TO THE

INDEPENDENT ELECTORS OF THE BOROUGH OF DUNDALK.^ Gentlemen, 11IAVE waited to sec would any one locally connected with our Town, and likely to obtain General Support, seek its Representation, before offering myself to the Electors. No one having done so, but on the contrary many
19 June 1852 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH

Monaghan, June 14ih. 1852. Monday, the instant, the* Most Hcv. Dr. MacNally, the Lord Bishop Clogher, opened a spiritual retreat the principal parochial church, convenient his lordship's present residence at Monaghan. It continued for the entire of that week, and was conducted t
19 June 1852 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
BANK OF IRELAND,

BANK OF IRELAND,

BANK IRELAND, A general court of proprietors of bank stock was held on Monday, at the Bank, agreeable to charter, to receive the report from the court directors of a dividend to be made to the proprietors. At one o’clock the chair was taken the Governor, John Barton. Esq. The hiv
19 June 1852 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
TO THE

TO THE

INDEPENDENT ELECTORS BOROUGH OF DUMDALK. Gf.ntlemen, I HAVE waited to see would any onrloeally connected with our Town, and likely to obtain General Support, seek its Representation, before offering myself to the Electors. No one having done so? but on the contrary many having d
16 June 1852 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE

The Army —It is rumored that Captain Meek’s troop of the Ist Dragoon Guards quartered at Dundalk will be replaced on or about the instant squadron of the lltli Hussars. Captain Meek’s troop goes to Belfast. Dundalk Borough Election —There has been nothing of any importance done
16 June 1852 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
JUNE PURCHASES. WILLIAM TODD AED COr* intimate that, (luring the present week, they have been adding Extensive Purchases to the

JUNE PURCHASES. WILLIAM TODD AED COr* intimate that, (luring the present week, they have been adding Extensive Purchases to the

unf «»in * >mp Lot* on most feru»*, »hey «re ei-abl#d .'ff'T to the Unprereilfiuet* Prires, SILK DEPAIITMEKT, F\\PY \'t> DRESS DEPARTMENT, MILLINKRV AND STRAW EONNET DEPARTMENT. PARASOL AND DEPARTMENT, RIRHON. SILK HANDKERCHIEF, AND LACE DEPARTMENT, CLOAK. MANIT,E, AND SHAWL DEP
19 June 1852 - Limerick and Clare Examiner - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY PETTY SESSlONS—Yestbrdat.

CITY PETTY SESSlONS—Yestbrdat.

CITY PETTY SESSlONS— Yestbrdat. Magistrates the Bench—The Mayor, Dr. Gibson, M. Hnrtigan, R. Rc**ell. L. Quinlivan, Thaddeus M‘Donnell, and P.G. Barron, R.M.. E*qrs. David Russell, for stealing hay at the Cross of William-street, was sentenced to ten day* imprisonment. Patrick Sh
19 June 1852 - Limerick and Clare Examiner - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
would have expressed the state of public opinion upon this feature of papal aggression. Mueli more is this likely to

would have expressed the state of public opinion upon this feature of papal aggression. Mueli more is this likely to

the case if the processions are absolutely directed hostile movements against the tranquility of a body of Protestant worshippers. It has been reported to that in the immediate neighbourhood of Orchardstreet a platform is erected, which, from time to time, copies of the Protesta
18 June 1852 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
. EoM nrs. »NI>ENT.)

. EoM nrs. »NI>ENT.)

. nrs. »NI>ENT.) it ui i.is - .. _ nil Libcr.iN, our liom v. (\-cil I.:iwlc9.<, will re .No xistyot tlie triumpli ..in imS v in his person. The few tirsi oppuseil t<- t n.l intier the election iu < ihvision in the .r-*. the people, are, to a man, foi . V the select mi cling, asse
18 June 1852 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
MAYO ELECTION.

MAYO ELECTION.

■With deep regret we heard of the retirement of Col. Knox Gore, whom many eyes, eeen those of Roman Catholics, were hopefully turned one of the future members for Mayo. When withdrew feared none else would come forward to contest the countx on the Conserralire side; but our fear
16 June 1852 - Connaught Watchman - Ballina, Mayo, Republic of Ireland