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hi. Fsoellenny pf«elniss«l th. Eshibition opened in the fallowinc termsln the name of her Mqjesty Queen Viotorin. »nd on behalf

hi. Fsoellenny pf«elniss«l th. Eshibition opened in the fallowinc termsln the name of her Mqjesty Queen Viotorin. »nd on behalf

the Esecnlir. Committee, now dvclar. this Exhibition opened (load cheers). I sincerely trust »nd hop, that It may meet with nil the success which no object laudable and useful merits, and may the re.alt such ns the most .rdent well-wisher, of lrel.no could desire 1 (Protracted c
16 June 1852 - Connaught Watchman - Ballina, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
ROMANIST PARTT-

ROMANIST PARTT-

The Irish Exodus an-d the Cathouo CLERGT.—TIie letter of the Rev. Mr. Mullen, with its candid admissions of the gradual extinction of the Roman Catholic faith, soon its votaries set foot on American soil, continues to create a perfect furor.— The Romish clergy, from the Lord Pri
16 June 1852 - Connaught Watchman - Ballina, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
and it* ricirnty

and it* ricirnty

I'iie vva« then han'lc'l tr», we hflieve, ‘.n*» KseeUenry*fi Sr-rretary, af«er which then rea<l the folio vinij reply : accept with the proatcst pleasure your kind on my arrival in thi*« ancient town, a-* well the i»f your devoted attachment the perwm and office of our Sovereign
16 June 1852 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY R E PIIES ENTAT 10 X.

CITY R E PIIES ENTAT 10 X.

CITY R PIIES We understand Mr. M Glare, proprietor of the Cork Rr.rminer, has arrived in Waterford on the invitation of some of the electors, to become candidate for its representation in parliament. It is expected hy them that he will effect reconciliation between the Old and Yo
16 June 1852 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATIONAL EXHIBITION

THE NATIONAL EXHIBITION

We have devoted eo much space the repoil of the gratifying proceedings connected with the opening of the Great National Exhibition at Cork, that have not left ourselves space to offer those observations on the scene which then presented itself, and to which we would gladly addre
16 June 1852 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT

THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT

- „ .. ■ • w „ |, I | te presence of this ossemlily and tlie know is in the room, Sir Edward M‘l)onnoh, um of this great occasion de rlT . apn,» Ik fore me to represent what humbly c comparative means of «P reM ' on *^ cnved to 1« matter of great importance th feel or permit me
16 June 1852 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORN EXCHANGE—Monday.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE—Monday.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE— Monday. The weather since Friday has been wet, with heavy rain during the night. The supply of wheat to this morn* ing’s market from the neighbouring counties was small, and for the very finest samples of white an advance of Is per quarter upon the prices of
16 June 1852 - Limerick and Clare Examiner - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
RAILWAYS

RAILWAYS

Belfast and Ballymena. 30$ Dundalk and Enniskillen (for account) 11$ Midland Great Western and Royal Canal 40$ Ditto paid in full 8$ Waterford and Limerick (for account) 20$ MISCELLANEOUS. Provincial Bank 43 Patriotic Insurance Company 6}
16 June 1852 - Limerick and Clare Examiner - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PACKET STATION,

THE PACKET STATION,

The following is a copy of a letter received to-day, the Right Worshipful the Mayor. It is an evidence very satisfactory to the citizens that the Corporation have not neglected to interest themselves in the matter of the Packet Station, and officially confirms the determination
16 June 1852 - Limerick and Clare Examiner - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
MEN T S

MEN T S

MILLER’S Atiß ICULTURA.L PRIZE IMPLE l2th June, 1852- D. MILLER BEGS to tender his sincere thunks his numerous Customers for the many favors conferred him. and assures them and the Public generally that nothing shall wanting on his part secure them a cumina&nce of that satisfact
16 June 1852 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland