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TO THI 14 INDEPENDENT ELECTORS Of THE City of Cashel.

TO THI 14 INDEPENDENT ELECTORS Of THE City of Cashel.

GENTLEMEN —A recent resolution of the Majority of your Citizens, Electors of Cashel, induces me to solicit the high honour of becoming your Representative in the ensuing Parliament. Believing that Ireland has not hitherto had her fair share ofjustice, I beg to assure you, that i
30 June 1852 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
EAIRS FOR THE ENSUING WEEK.

EAIRS FOR THE ENSUING WEEK.

-- County Tipperary—Monday, Clanoulty ; Thusles; Wednesday, lionise! ; Saturday, County K'sterterd--Monday, Cappoquin. Comity Kilkenny—Thursday, Sawn; Friday, Ballylioels; Saturday, sad Killibuy„ County Limerick—Monday, Balling. rry and City of Limes ,wk; Tuesday, Si!enallork ;
30 June 1852 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

[From the Limerick of &tardily.] The order for removal of Captain Gray, Royal Engineers. from this city to Goblin, is cancelled. Yesterday Captain Berron's troop of 3d Dragoon Guards, left this garrison for they are to he stationed daring the election. A company of the 31st Regi
30 June 1852 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
WHO ARE THE REAL PRESBYTERIAN CANDIDATES?

WHO ARE THE REAL PRESBYTERIAN CANDIDATES?

Tie hack utensil of the Leagee, which still assumes to be considered an organ of the Presbyterianism of Ulster, notwithstanding the flagitious alliance of its editor with Popish Priests-with the Popish Brigade -with the Lucases, the Duffys, the Grays, and the Maguires, who const
30 June 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BY EXPRESS.

BY EXPRESS.

(moDt OUR CORRESPONDENT.) Liverpool, Monday. The announcement contained in yesterday's Observer, that parliament will be sent about its business next Friday, has given a fresh impetus to our electioneering movements. Feel- ing the desperate character of their game, the Tory-Prot
29 June 1852 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO PROFESSOR HOLLOWAY.

TO PROFESSOR HOLLOWAY.

Sir —I snffered for period of thirty years from a bad leg, the result of two or three different accidents Gas Works ; accompanied by scorbutic symptoms. had re coarse to variety of medical advice, without deriving any benefit, and was even told that the leg most be amputated, ye
29 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CATHOLIC BISHOP OF KILUORE.

THE CATHOLIC BISHOP OF KILUORE.

Wa art moat bappj to Bad, bj latter* from Carta, that tba Bight Rev. Dr. James Browne, Bishop of Kiimore, baa recovered from attack of fever, caught in his attend* ance on the people dnriog the religious duties of the Jnbilee. For some time there had been but faint hopes of his
29 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST ENGLISH MARKETS.

LATEST ENGLISH MARKETS.

LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE, though the nupply of English heat from the neighbouring counties to this morning's market was anasaallj small, factors were noahle obtain prices of this se’nnight, and the bulk of the samples remained unsold towards the close. There was a retail demand for
29 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARM?

THE ARM?

Mr. O’Hagan, Q.C., addreiaad the jury for the defendant. The Chief Baron then charged the jury, who retired, and after an absence of about twenty minutes, found verdict for the plaintiff for 100/. damages and 6d. costs. ; Thermo, nets. meter. . HwJiin. f'riday. Satw,,.. aa-.. Su
29 June 1852 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Juan 30 1852.1

Juan 30 1852.1

30 June 1852 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland