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TustPablished, Third ld , IU t i EngravingA on Nervous Debility and Gerti Price 1s. or in a seaed Envelope re by1p D Postage StapL .Pe, I lrE~AL1tE HADEPPIIESS,~ 2 the Intirtnities of Youhau tuiy'Becl; Generative System, with observations O the Nervous Debility and Indigestion, w
29 June 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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HEsATRE ROYAL, DUBLIN. * Ms. BARRY (Box Boov-keeper) begs leave respectfully to ?? his Frienda nnd the Public in general that his BENEFIT will take place On THIS (WEt)XIESDAY) EVENING, June 80, whe~n will be performed the Drama entitled EILY O'CONNO4 | ?? Cregan, Mr. King Foxey J
30 June 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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ELECTIONS. d TO THE LIBERAL AND INDEPENDENT ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY OF DUBLIN. f Tallaght House, June 28d, 1852. GENTLUXnEstr: F INDING that our County was in danger of k being still without a fit representative of your views And 1 interests in lits Legislature, and encouraged by
30 June 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DR. M'KNIGHT AND THE "CATHOLIC COMMITTEE."

DR. M'KNIGHT AND THE "CATHOLIC COMMITTEE."

DI. M'KNIGHT AND THE "CATHOLIC COMMITTEE." WE looked to the League utensil in its publication of yesterday with curiosity to learn what reply Dr M'Knight, would make to the direct charge, quoted by us from Saturday's Mercury, that this same Dr. M'Knight was the individual who fir
30 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PEARL BARLEY—IRISH MANUFACTURE. TO THB EDITOR OP THE CORK EXAMINER. John Street Distillery, Cork, June 29, 1852. Sir,—Will you permit

PEARL BARLEY—IRISH MANUFACTURE. TO THB EDITOR OP THE CORK EXAMINER. John Street Distillery, Cork, June 29, 1852. Sir,—Will you permit

os through your columns to correct a mistaken assertion which appears in a letter signed, Musgrave, and published in the Examiner of last evening } Refering to Pearl Barley the writer says, u at present the Pearl Barley used in Ireland obtained by sending our own barley England
30 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE ADDRESS OF THE FATHERS OF SAINT AUGUSTINE, GALWAY, TO THE FAITHFUL.

THE ADDRESS OF THE FATHERS OF SAINT AUGUSTINE, GALWAY, TO THE FAITHFUL.

Deari.y Beloved Brethren, Community which 1 has subsisted unbroken from the ages of faith in the capital II city of the West of Ireland ; which has preserved its numbers and its location through all the storms, perils, and revolutions of the four last centuries of Ireland's dark
30 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CITY ELECTION.

THE CITY ELECTION.

MEETING OF THE EXCHANGE WARD. Monday evening meeting of the electors of the Exchange Ward was held in the People's Hall, for the purpose of entering into arrangements to secure the return of two Liberal Representatives for the City, at the approaching general election. The meeti
30 June 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PROCLAMATION—DR. DERRY'S PRIESTS.

THE PROCLAMATION—DR. DERRY'S PRIESTS.

(from the standard.) There is something extremely melancholy in the state and prospects of Ireland—something that seems to give warning that the country must go back to deeper poverty and degradation than she has yet suffered, until Popery shall be either utterly extinguished or
30 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THR SDITOB OF TBR DOBLIM EVENING FOtiT.

TO THR SDITOB OF TBR DOBLIM EVENING FOtiT.

** Balljragget, coonty Kilkenny, Jane 38th, 1852. Dear Sir—l have lately been over a concidArableextent of the conterminous portions of Kilkenny and Queen’s Coouty, and regret to say that the dreaded potato blight haa again appeared in several localities. I have remarked, daring
29 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRE ROYAL.

THEATRE ROYAL.

Mr. Barry haa selected for bis benefit to-morrow evening most attractive bill of fare. In the graphic sketchea written by Shell in tbe Monthly Magazine gives touching narrativs of murder of a confiding and beautiful girl by a person of rank in one of the southern counties and bi
29 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland