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IRISH ELECTIONS.

IRISH ELECTIONS.

I - CITY OF DUBLIN ELECTION-ArEETING IN WOOD-QUAY IWARD. Pursuant to requisition, signed by a numerous and influ- ential body of citizens, Catholic clerical dignitaries, mem- bers of the town council, professional gentry, anet other inba- bimants of the above ward, a crowded mee
17 June 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
iiortl)crn J Hwhscrlplloa. £*J lO*. HalfoVewrlr, As L Qaanerly.l'Ja «d. Mlagir Paper,4d. Hitter, examined Mr. Rs*—Had no con. with M'Bride

iiortl)crn J Hwhscrlplloa. £*J lO*. HalfoVewrlr, As L Qaanerly.l'Ja «d. Mlagir Paper,4d. Hitter, examined Mr. Rs*—Had no con. with M'Bride

before Monday in Delawoey’s office. Mr. Delawoey said that M'Bride was there to point 00l the man who sold him the web. said be would 2fW, get oat the affair, but witness told bin that could not do so, would in that ease be taken up for compromising felony. Witness said that. ca
17 June 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STEAM-ENGINE FOR SALE.

STEAM-ENGINE FOR SALE.

The subscriber will sell, on low term*, his High-Pressure, IG-Uorse Power Kogioe, in order to make room for larger one. She is in good order, and can seen work at an; Donegal!-Street Mills, Belfast, Bth June, 1852.
17 June 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
YOl. XC.

YOl. XC.

17 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BY HER MAJESTY’S ROYAL LETTERS PATENT GILL’S SOUTH DOWN PATENT TURNIP MANURE. GILL’S MANURES are preparation qnite different from the

BY HER MAJESTY’S ROYAL LETTERS PATENT GILL’S SOUTH DOWN PATENT TURNIP MANURE. GILL’S MANURES are preparation qnite different from the

many rorayasiiionn offered tbe Agricultural Public as Suuer-Phephatee, and Phosphate of Lime, <fec., d:c. His is really Patented ; \tMfertUizing to the Land and Seed, can be used with little l/bour, and it produces early crops, free from the JTire Worm, bis undoubted English Tes
17 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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17 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
nerable James Roche. In that address there wa« one paragraph of excusable egotism. The addressers thought that they themselves had

nerable James Roche. In that address there wa« one paragraph of excusable egotism. The addressers thought that they themselves had

done something to boast of, and they felt a laudable pride in letting the Representative their Sovereign know what it was.— But what was it ? Alas ! for the hopes of the fanatics, here are the self-glorifying words : In the presence of the Representative of our Gracious Sovereig
17 June 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1852.

THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1852.

BOROUGH OF NEWRY.J ° ' MEETING wUIjM held at the SESSIONS-HOUSE, in the Town in the County of Down, on MONDAY, July next, at the hour of ONE o’Clock, in aiterni of said day, for the purpose of Elect ins bis J l- ONE COMMISSIONERS for the execution of an Act in said Borough, enti
17 June 1852 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
SELECT POETRY, THE CAPTIVE TO THE WILD BIRD, Round firm barr'd window winging, dewy Summer morningpity, frnr, love, or warning,

SELECT POETRY, THE CAPTIVE TO THE WILD BIRD, Round firm barr'd window winging, dewy Summer morningpity, frnr, love, or warning,

thou whisper me, Softly, sadly, sweetly singing. Wild bird, lone and free? Near rifled nest are dinging, Of a faithless mate complaining. For a bright life, wasted, waning, Would st thou weep with me, Softly, sadly, sweetly singing. Wild bird, lone free Thro’ wide air thy clear
17 June 1852 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
T. R. TRAYER, M.D.

T. R. TRAYER, M.D.

SOCIETY for IRISMCHURCH MISSIONS the ROXJAN CATHOLICS. PrdMdcnt—His Grace the Duke of Manchester. CUairmaQorSt2b-Commi(teB-.JoßaC.CoLQt;uoinr,Esq. Honorary-Secretaries—The Rev. Ales. K. C. Dallas ; The Rev. Robert Bickerstetii. Corresponding Missionary— Rev. Edward Ellis. Office
17 June 1852 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland