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PUO6PCGTB OF WAR.

PUO6PCGTB OF WAR.

OF WAR. Tho Thmet, speculating on the probability of a pacific settlement, acknowledges that the chief difficulty is the Emperor of Russia himself. Every day brings fresh evidence that he has availed himself of these pretexts chiefly to keep in check his most formidable opponents
02 January 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
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Cnnrt.

Thi Qcee» Prince, the Prince of 'Wales, G Holy Prince Albert, »nd the Royal children, h»TObeen keeping * lin and K P Q S and Prince Alfred, .eketed in the Home Park Wedne*- morning. Her Majesty wa» present. The Gentlemen in Waiting skated with his Royal Lord and Ladt John Bussell
02 January 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
BARK. Per Iced of 43 cet.

BARK. Per Iced of 43 cet.

BARK. Per Iced of cet. English Tree Xl 2 oto £l5 0 Coppice 18 0 16 0 0 Mimosa per ton 000 10 „ 11 0 0 16 10 THE TALLOW TRADE. Our market has ruled rery firm this week, higher terms. I*. Y. C. on the spot has sold st 3d; for January to March, 6d per cwt. Town tallow, net cash. FLA
02 January 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
HOP INTELLIGENCE.

HOP INTELLIGENCE.

There hat been rather more imyiiry daring (be past week fur bops, especially for (hose of cheaper quality; but iu other descriptions the trade remans unaltered. s. £ s. Mid and East Kents . . oto 20 Weald of Kents . . . 11 „ 13 13 Sussex pockets . . 10 10 *l2 SEED MAKKEr. BUITIS
02 January 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEW REFORM BILL

THE NEW REFORM BILL

The nature of the new Reform Bill is still, on the whole, Cabinet secret. Lord Palmerston’s resignation is attribnted to bis disinclination to extend the franchise ; should this be really tbe cate, the inference to be drawn from Lis return to office is that a compromise h«s been
02 January 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
The Lord High Stewardship.—The office of Lord High Steward of her Majesty's household, filled, since the accession of the Earl

The Lord High Stewardship.—The office of Lord High Steward of her Majesty's household, filled, since the accession of the Earl

of Aberdeen to the premiership, by his Grace the Duke of Norfolk, has been resigned by that nobleman. The desire of the Noble Duke to be relieved from official duty has been no secret for some time past. The post has been offered to, and accepted by, the Earl Spencer, K.G.—Morni
04 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS. December at Court House, Cannlngton, Bome raetihlre, tbe Hon. Mrs. Clifford, of a daughter. At Belgrade-square, on New Year's

BIRTHS. December at Court House, Cannlngton, Bome raetihlre, tbe Hon. Mrs. Clifford, of a daughter. At Belgrade-square, on New Year's

Day, the wife of John William Eddeo, Esq, Barrister at-Law, J.P., conntj Cork, of daughter. January 1, at No. Victoria Villar, Queen's-road, Dalston, London, the wife of Edward Bourne, Esq., of a son. December 31, the lady of J. W. Coppinger, Esq., North Frederick, street, of da
04 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DILAPIDATIONS OF GLEBE-HOUSES.

DILAPIDATIONS OF GLEBE-HOUSES.

The following is the opinion of Mr. Napier upon a case in which three out of four commissioners of dilapidation lately reported that the widow of a Rector was justly and lawfully exempted from damages for so much of the slow decays of a glebe-house as were utterly beyond control
04 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RUSSIAN AGGRESSION.

RUSSIAN AGGRESSION.

A large and influential meeting *as held on Thursday in the Victoria Hall, Belfast, for the purpose "of affording the inhabitants opportunity of expressing their feelings the subject of Russian aggression against Turkey." The Mitob of Belfast presided. The following resolutions
02 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RETIREMENT OF RHE DUKE OF RICHMOND FROM THE TURF.

RETIREMENT OF RHE DUKE OF RICHMOND FROM THE TURF.

RETIREMENT RHE DUKE OF RICHMOND FROM THE TURF. The sportirtg world will learn with great regret that his Grace the Duke of Richmond has disposed of his horses in training and young stock to Messrs. Greville and Payne, and retired from the Turf; the brood mares, as we announced la
02 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland