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REVRESEIT tTION UP CLAIM.

REVRESEIT tTION UP CLAIM.

h Amorally rumoured Clare. that r •loon Fie about 4 take Rod that the post to .both he will &wooled 4 that of Governor of Province. of Canada. We no not lb. troth of the lout we are pre voil,, we have doubt that Sir till the
04 January 1854 - Munster News - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
orrespond nee. d tee .4 rev,.., ens, I'LTRA FA SIAM ALARMED. tl.. Y 1 son= an. 0 • "—Ha or.

orrespond nee. d tee .4 rev,.., ens, I'LTRA FA SIAM ALARMED. tl.. Y 1 son= an. 0 • "—Ha or.

—lt was mot intention %NW to you. at)welt U4l ',oleic ,mtin• after Mr Malwr the tendency of l'rotestantimst; I that I owe it to and to thaw who I 'or of au " Italepeoden. Whig," to ME.r some olawmationa no *Lc that h0110w...1 11.4 r publkati, Is—especially as motives bren either
07 January 1854 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
THE HUN STEIL NEWS AND FhOVINCIAL ADVEETISER, JANUARY 7. IBM

THE HUN STEIL NEWS AND FhOVINCIAL ADVEETISER, JANUARY 7. IBM

07 January 1854 - Munster News - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHURCH.

THE CHURCH.

The living of Emly, near Limerick, in the gift of the Bishop of Cashel, valued at £1(M), vacant. The church Adare is progressing, and will, when completed, be splendid specimen of architecture. A magnificent organ is presented by the Dowager Countess Dunraven. Tlio Ecclesiastica
02 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY-MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY-MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

London, Friday. The English funds opened this morning at a slight further advance, and, although several heavy sales of money stock were made during the day, the market maintained its 6rmoe9s of character, and closed at an improvement upon the opening prices.— Consols, which lef
02 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE STEAMER TitAWLER. TO THE EDITOR or THE DUBLIN MAIL. „ _ . , •>"!., -54 Dear Sir—As the best

THE STEAMER TitAWLER. TO THE EDITOR or THE DUBLIN MAIL. „ _ . , •>"!., -54 Dear Sir—As the best

means forwarding the object, I subjoin part of a letter received from my friend the Bishop of Cashel:— " Will you allow to make you the channel of putting down name, as following your example, in subscribing 4J. for the gallant crew who, at the risk of their lives, six of their
02 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WARLIKE PREPARATIONS BY RUSSIA.

WARLIKE PREPARATIONS BY RUSSIA.

WARLIKE PREPARATIONS RUSSIA. (fbom the observer.) We hare just learned from private source, upon which we have every reason to rely, that the Russian government has given notice to several commercial gentlemen and engineers, interesed in Russian railways, that it is not intended
02 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
An inquest was held at tbe bridewell, at twelve o'clock on Wednesday, before D. F. Mahony, Esq . Coroner. on

An inquest was held at tbe bridewell, at twelve o'clock on Wednesday, before D. F. Mahony, Esq . Coroner. on

Ibe body of a man named Arthur Keeffe, aced 35, who bad been for some yesrs etuployrd tbe establishment of Mr. Julian, coach hudder. Deceased wss going on business to the Post Office at a few minutes after seven o'clock the previous night, when fell down in a fit on the South Ma
06 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY SESSIONS COURT-Tuesday.

CITY SESSIONS COURT-Tuesday.

Richard C. Burke v. John Lme. Mr. Julian staled this was an action of trover for tbs recovery of bill exchange. Mr. Gillman observed that it was mere queatioa of account with reference two bills of exchange. It was mere question of account, they bad offered to leave to Or* M'Kve
06 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATH OF LORD PLUNKET. The melancholy intelligence was last night received in town of the death of this eminent and

DEATH OF LORD PLUNKET. The melancholy intelligence was last night received in town of the death of this eminent and

venerable Irisbmsn The Right Hon. Lord Plunket expired yesterday morning, his residence, Old Connaught Bray. Lord Plunket was called to the Irish Bar in Hilary Term, 1 787.
06 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland