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THE DERBY PROCLAMATION AND THE BALLINASLOE BILLETS.

THE DERBY PROCLAMATION AND THE BALLINASLOE BILLETS.

e $rettma:tvof ToueTtal DUBLIN: THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1852. |THE DERBY PROCLAMATION AND THE BALI- I NASLOE BILLETS. . --O~ With people who have a curiosity to be gratified On the4point there is some manxiety to know whether it was in Downini-.atreet or in Cork-hill that the idea of
24 June 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ADDRESS OF THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER.

ADDRESS OF THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER.

ADDRESS OF THECANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER, BUCxrSIGRAsIEanE.-The Right Hon. B. Disraeli issued tie following address ?? to his constituents:- " GEsIVLREN-The dissolution of parliament will take place In afew days. I have so recently addressed you, and at so great length, that I wi
22 June 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ITEATRE ROYAL, DUBLIN.. o, TIHIS EVENI Friday), June 25, 1852, will be Itsd 'DraI dbf' CLARI IDDOF MILAN. Dake Vivaldj, Brdl&; coso, Mr. J. Webster; 1roealo, Mr. T. C. King 1 C4a Miss .1fmi Stanley; Vespifla, Miss Saunders. After which Shakepe e'a y of KATHARINE AN UCEIO. petroch
25 June 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC MEETING AT LIVERPOOL IN SUPPORT OF MESSRS. CARDWELL AND EWART, THE FREE TRADE AND LIBERAL CANDIDATES.

CATHOLIC MEETING AT LIVERPOOL IN SUPPORT OF MESSRS. CARDWELL AND EWART, THE FREE TRADE AND LIBERAL CANDIDATES.

CATHBQJJ0 MEETING AT LIVERPOOL IN SUPPORT OF MESSES. CARDWELL AND EWART, THE FREE TRADE AND LIBERAL CANDIDATES. (FROM OUR CORRESPORDENT.) Liverpool, Wednesday. Last night a public meeting of the Catholic electors was hold at the Music Hall, for the purpose of promoting the re- tu
25 June 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REPRESENTATION OF NEWRY.

REPRESENTATION OF NEWRY.

½r have more than once already, since a contest was threatened in Newry, referred to the claims which Mr. E. G. Hliewell, the sitting member for that borough, has upon the support of the entire constituency, as one who is practically devoted to the local interests of the town, a
23 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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The Markets.

The Markets.

Cite fe"Itha's. BELFAST. TIlIISI).1IL, JuNE 24, 1852. The weathler still continues wet, an1d farmers are saying that they have had enough rain for the present. The early Potato crop looks very luxurianit. No cliange in the valne of farmers' produce. Supplies very small. Flour is
25 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NATIONAL EXBIBITION.

THE NATIONAL EXBIBITION.

EASTERN TRANSEPT—FIRST NOTICE. Having concluded the Western Transept, we proceed acrou the hall of the Fine Arts Court the eastern division. Here, at the first glance, the task of going through the articles exhibited in anything like order assumes an appearance of almost hopeles
25 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE COURT—Yesterday.

POLICE COURT—Yesterday.

(Before the Mayor and Mr. A. F. Macnamara.) Several market women were brought up and fiued If. each, for obstructing the foot-path with their baskets. Mr. Robert Cronin applied on behalf of Mr. James Daly, of Sunday's Well, in order to have a person named John Foley bound over t
25 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

CURRAGH JUNK MEETING-Tubs day Stewards—J. Courtenay, W. Quin, Esqrs.; Marquess of terford. n *" The above meeting, which commenced this day. was well ami fashionably attended; the course in fine order, and tbe fa return of which will be foarid below) of an average Among the visi
25 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ANDS AND HOUSES. -*1 TO BE LET. / For Term at may it Agreed an, '\rriHJf HOUSE and DEMESNE of

ANDS AND HOUSES. -*1 TO BE LET. / For Term at may it Agreed an, '\rriHJf HOUSE and DEMESNE of

WHITEPOINT, beautifully situate within Half-a-Mile of Queestown, commanding the entire view of its unrivslled Scenery. The House is recently built, and is now fit for the reception of a Nobleman, or Gentleman's Family. It contains large Breakfastk Dining, and Drawing-room, Six B
25 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland