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rjIHE CONSERVATIVE LAND SOCIETY. OFFICES, 33, NORFOLK-STREET, STRAND, LONDON. Enrolled under 6 and 7 William IV., cap. 32. Established September

rjIHE CONSERVATIVE LAND SOCIETY. OFFICES, 33, NORFOLK-STREET, STRAND, LONDON. Enrolled under 6 and 7 William IV., cap. 32. Established September

7,1852, as a most eligible mode of investment, and for the purpose of aiding Members of all classes to obtain, cheaply and speedily, the freehold francise in counties. Trustees— Lord Viscount Ranelagb, the Hon. Colonel Lowtber, M.P.; and J. C. Cobbold, Esq , M.P. The list of Pat
08 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRESENTATION TO THE POPE.

PRESENTATION TO THE POPE.

Th« following graphic and intereating deacription presentation to the Pope U from the pen of the Her. Dr. Derin, who wa* recently on mission in the United States, Catholic Unirersity “On Saturday, the April, I had the honour of being presented the Pope, in company with father Ja
13 May 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MOON—MAY. Second Quarter, Friday sth, min. 43 sec. pant 8 aftern Full Moon, Friday 2 inin. 31 sec. past

THE MOON—MAY. Second Quarter, Friday sth, min. 43 sec. pant 8 aftern Full Moon, Friday 2 inin. 31 sec. past

3 aftern. Last Quarter. Friday 19th, 38 min. 37 sec. past 5 morn. Ne* Mooii, Friday 2*>tl», 13 min. 13 sec. pa*t 8 aftern. HIGH WA I THK CUSTOM HOUSE. May 11—Morn. 53 mm. p. 3 .... Even. 13 mm. p. 4 May 12-Morn. 12 rain. p. Even. 51 uiui. p. 4 HEIGHT OF TIDE AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE.
10 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
INCREASING CIRCULATION OF THE EXAMINER.

INCREASING CIRCULATION OF THE EXAMINER.

When giving the Stamp lteturn3 furnished the Government of the Cork Newspapers, we asserted that had vastly increased upon those returns. We said so, because we knew such to be the fact. Here is the proof. Ou Monday last, April 10th, Messrs. Christopher M'Donnell and Soss, of Du
12 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

Cork FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 12, 1854. London, Wednesday.—Your readera must have been prepared for that portion of the Chancellor of the Exchkqi'ek's budget in reference to (he Income-tax, which every one knew was to be doubled for the whole instead of tbe half year, as propoaed in
12 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DRESS-MAKING &c MILLINERY, 46, PATRICK-STREET. MISS NELIGAN begs to inform her Friends and Ihe PUBLIC that she has just returned

DRESS-MAKING &c MILLINERY, 46, PATRICK-STREET. MISS NELIGAN begs to inform her Friends and Ihe PUBLIC that she has just returned

from London, having supplied beraelf with the Newest Fashions at present worn there and in Paris, including Elegant Dresses, Summer Mamies, and General Millinery, and solicita an early Inspection of them by the Ladies of Cork and its vicinity. Appientices Wanted for the Dress-ma
12 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BALTIC FLEETS.

THE BALTIC FLEETS.

The SecreUry the Admiralty” (Enclonire >o. I.) In letter, dated Odessa, April U. General d’Oaten Sacken denies that the boat of the Ftno**, with a flag of truce, had been fired upon. (Enclosure No. 2.) board the Fmriout, before Odesaa, April 21, , Admiral—l have read carefully t
13 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
dakgan institute.

dakgan institute.

The committee met Monday at their office in the Commercial Building.. George Koe, , ■*as called to th The Secretart read the foUo-aing letter to the Hon. Secretaries:—
13 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LITERARY SALEROOMS, SI, ANGLE.SEA-STREET. THE CONWAY LIBRARY NOW ON VIEW. H LEWIS respectfully begs announce Nobles men, Bibliogrmphera, librarians. Literary

LITERARY SALEROOMS, SI, ANGLE.SEA-STREET. THE CONWAY LIBRARY NOW ON VIEW. H LEWIS respectfully begs announce Nobles men, Bibliogrmphera, librarians. Literary

Sorietir. the Public generally, that the Safe of this truly superb most extensive Library, will take place in thres Rooms. On TUESDAY, MAT 30, 1854, and Twenty-five following Days (Sundays excepted), rear Cstalogues, eonlalning 7,547 numbers, are now ready, price One Shilling, a
11 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IN THE COURT OF THE

IN THE COURT OF THE

THE COURT THE ESTATES
11 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland