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NOTES ON THE ELECTIONS.

NOTES ON THE ELECTIONS.

DnnRR.-Mr. Greer, undeterred by the influence of the landlords and Companies, has been making electioneering visits amonghis "future constituents". -may we predict without failure. In some of the po- pulous and intelligent districts between Coleraine and Derry,he has beenwarmlye
29 June 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IFF’S SALE

IFF’S SALE

Join Holden, Patrick} rwyo BE SOLD BY Kinneor, and Rost PCBLIC iUGJTQN. *t Suiter, Executors of ihe PHCEJpX Ftp.'Nt>RY, Robert Holden, de- Great Geo Je’a-ltrA, %|£8 st > ceased. on W -10th Plaintiffs; i of lie hour William Baldwin Pearce 1 Forenoon, and Junes Pearce, | the Goods
29 June 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST FOR LONDONDERRY,

BELFAST FOR LONDONDERRY,

Every WEDNESDAY, o'clock. Evening. LONDONDERRY FOR BELFAST. THURSDAY, July 8. at uclock, Afti-rnoon TUESDAY July IS. at o'clock, Moruiug TUESDAY, ..... July «t A o'clock, M»rniiig TUESDAY July ‘.'7, at o'clock. Morning FRRIOHTt *M> MOOKRATK. Agent In I»ndondcrry. Mr. GEORGE GREE
29 June 1852 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INDIA.

INDIA.

have received by express from Marseilles papers anticipation of the overland mail which left Bombay on the 23d of May. According to regular coarse this mail would only have been despatched on the 3d iost. It was sent thus early in consequence of the approach of the monsoon aod i
29 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
totk* pW.tilit wtttMy *f to MtapU tk>t aot M oftoroordo tt * »il wilkfc?' trudt, b»«»r» •*. opoortoa Mr. ton

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29 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FLOUfI, Firsts Extra Boc<>nds Households birds MEAL,lndian Meal Oat Meal Wheat Meal INDIAN CORN BRAN W EAl' M arianople Polish

FLOUfI, Firsts Extra Boc<>nds Households birds MEAL,lndian Meal Oat Meal Wheat Meal INDIAN CORN BRAN W EAl' M arianople Polish

Odessa .......per ton. per ton. j ~. per barrel. Romi'lis Ibrail | Egyptian HAY——fanners* r*r ton Average ]>ealerB*. ..■( Aveiage •iTRAW. Farmers*.... Average Dealers’. Average 6UEAD. tVbeaten Loaf Hous -boM I/oaf. Winthrop-strect Bakery, VVheaten Loaf.. Household Loaf.. - per t
29 June 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MACHINERY AND INVENTIONS.

MACHINERY AND INVENTIONS.

Micrometric Apparatus; Steam Engines; Photography; Printing Machine; Austrian Furniture; Glove Cutting Machine; Artificial Egg Hatching, Ac., Ac. ORNAMENTAL NEEDLEWORK. Several New and Beautiful Designs. SCIENTIFIC. Kinematics; Elements of Design ; Perspective; Hydrodynamics ; S
29 June 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

29 June 1852 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
llcly |JuJ)l*fattons.

llcly |JuJ)l*fattons.

Th© Rio Magnificent and: Uluatratcd Volume issued from Press. Now Ready, Handsomely Bound in Cloth, ClMh, Gift Edqts, 1* the First J The illustrated exhibitor .MAGAZINE OF ART, This VolMPfe fully printed on 418 pages Imperial Octavo, and c<*- upwards of Two Hdnobf.d Principal En
29 June 1852 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY OF DOWS REPRESES TATI OS.

COUNTY OF DOWS REPRESES TATI OS.

We might not think it needful to report progress to-day—“although we arc in a position to make mention of the encouraging progress of the Conservative Candidates, and to affirm that the cause of Lord Edwin Hill, especially, daily gathering strength—- were not it requisite that w
29 June 1852 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland