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' AMUE ALI vU ALLSOPP EAST INDIA PALE AMD BURTON STRONG ALES, (This Season's Brewing) Vat had In Casks of

' AMUE ALI vU ALLSOPP EAST INDIA PALE AMD BURTON STRONG ALES, (This Season's Brewing) Vat had In Casks of

Eighteen Gallons and upwards either direct from the Brewwy. BURTON-ONTRENT, from the undermentioned Agents:— Messrs. Athlone—Patrick Rourke. Belfast— Boyle. —Patrick Rourke. Cork-T Olden, and Co Clonm«l— Murphy, and Co. Castlebar—Thomas Keliy. Pro^beda— Daly and Dean. Pungarran-
11 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Cabinet Council.—On Friday summonses were issued to tbe ministers to attend a Cabinet Council, at ono o'clock on Saturday, at

Cabinet Council.—On Friday summonses were issued to tbe ministers to attend a Cabinet Council, at ono o'clock on Saturday, at

the Foreign Office, Downing-street. Soon after tbe time appointed, the following ministers assembled, viz. .—The Lord Chancellor, Lord Aberdeen, tbe Duke Newcastle, Lord Lansdowne, Lord John Russell, Lord Granville, Lord Palmerston, Lord Clarendon, the Duke of Argyll, Mr. Gladst
23 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
January 18, Buckhurst Park, Lady Elizabeth Russell, of daughter. January 19, at Charlemont-terraoe, the wife of H. Driscoll, Esq., of

January 18, Buckhurst Park, Lady Elizabeth Russell, of daughter. January 19, at Charlemont-terraoe, the wife of H. Driscoll, Esq., of

son. November 20, at Peshawur, 1853, the lady of W. A. Crommelio, Esq., Bengal Engineers, of a son and heir. January 17, at Keonbrook, Carrick-on- Shannon, the wife of Lieutenant John Francis Tottenham, R.N., of a daughter. January 17, at Longford, Shropshire, the Lady Heater Le
23 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Railway Dividends—It is conjectured that the London and North Western will, this half year, pay the rate of 51. per

Railway Dividends—It is conjectured that the London and North Western will, this half year, pay the rate of 51. per

cent., and the South Western 41. per cent. The Eastern Counties will also reach 41. per cent. ; and the Great Western, after disbursing its usual rate, will replace some 30,0001. or 40,000 i. its reserve. The Great Northren proprietors will receive at the rate of 41. 10s. per ce
16 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEW LORD OF THE TREASURY.

THE NEW LORD OF THE TREASURY.

The semi-official Observer has the following announcement:— "Mr. Chichester Fortescue, M.P., for the county ef Louth, will be nominated a Lord Commissioner of her Maje»ty's Treasury, in th» room of Mr. John Sadleir M.P., on the meeting of parliament."
30 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURSING.

COURSING.

A match for 10J. aside came ofFon Friday, at Bellewstown (county Meath), between Mr. Campbell's bk b Fly and Mr. William's w Swallow, which ended in favour of the latter (after undecided course) very easily. Swallqw was the favourite, but after the undecided course 3to was laid
30 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE QUEEN'S SPEECH.

THE QUEEN'S SPEECH.

(MorningHerald).have beenfavoured (inconfidence' wit™ a copy of the Queen's Speech) which we present to our readers (also in confidence), being quite aware that after this intimation, it will no farther:— "Mt and Gentlemen I have much pleasure ir meeting you again assembled. I t
30 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Kingstown, Jan. 29,1854.—Wind S.W. by W.—blowing strong—s 30 p.m.—From the continuance of the westerly gales the sea has assumed a

Kingstown, Jan. 29,1854.—Wind S.W. by W.—blowing strong—s 30 p.m.—From the continuance of the westerly gales the sea has assumed a

terrific appearance; the oldest mariners assert that in all their experience they have never before witnessed so heavy a sea in the channel.
30 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
This day Is published, rpnE DUBLIN UNIVERSITY CALENDAR FOR 1854, complete. Price ss. cloth. Also, THE UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION PAPERS, 1853.

This day Is published, rpnE DUBLIN UNIVERSITY CALENDAR FOR 1854, complete. Price ss. cloth. Also, THE UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION PAPERS, 1853.

Price 2s. r.d. sewed. and SMITU - Booksellers to the University, v E fo w ls ' «kese, fcc. lIORrL\ will be offered Dublin, if not P™'iously disposed of private application, small selection ' stock of an Amateur Breeder, whoso Birds have taken , C "' AL Pri ' rs at Snows. collect
30 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, 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