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SUSPECTED MURDER OF FIVE CHILDREN.

SUSPECTED MURDER OF FIVE CHILDREN.

Trit-i villaxe of Ditchingim was thrown into a state of consternation onl Frida afternoon, by art announce- nment that some bricklaer, while vrin'a'n-d inl altering a fire-place in a cottage lately Occupied by a. labourer, named Gatland, had discoveredc the skeletons of five inf
02 January 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LEAGUE MORALITY, AS ILLUSTRATED BY ITS LOCAL ORGAN.

LEAGUE MORALITY, AS ILLUSTRATED BY ITS LOCAL ORGAN.

LEAGUE 7iORA&lrYI AS Il,1.USTRATED BY I'l'S LOCAL ORG.AN. IT again becomels our duty, on grounds of public prin- Ciple, to expose the coniduct ofthe UJtensil of the League and the Gazette of the Priests; and to enter our pro- test against the treasonable anld fraudulent system of
02 January 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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DOWN H1UN T. F DOWN HiUNT WILL -MEET AT 1TT xWNARDS, on the 17Ith day of Jan' a, i S. DE LA CHEEROIS CtO5J3IxE; j. 33 ii [ Treasur(r. - T-EE PANTECHNETRECA ALMANAC? FOR THE N-ElW YEAtR 18-54. iV NOW READY FOR DEL1VERY. k>j) JL will he given away, OieaTvh, to all whon ma or sin'1
02 January 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIVERPOOL COMMERCIAL SUMMARY.

LIVERPOOL COMMERCIAL SUMMARY.

LIVERPOOL COM MERCIAL SPA3I.ARY. L1VEnarOO1. FmnaDY._'Te produc6' mnarketrS ben' closed both here and in the metropolis. thire is little 2' importance to report in th3e general trade cif this country. The public mind continues to be harassed hv conflicting accounts from Russia an
02 January 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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THEATRHE ROYAL, DUBLIN. On THIS EVENING (Monday), January. 2d, 1854, parformancee will commence with JANE SHORE. Dumont, Mr King; Lord Hastings, Mr Vining; Jane Shore, Mrs Hudson Kirby; Alioia, Miss Bellair. "I . To conclude with the New Christmas Co6i!9,P IItnae entitled BATTLED
02 January 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL JNT ELL I F.NCE. Sc' This being ' i**vt uolfting the ik»» beyond the be found below, end ..uieh

COMMERCIAL JNT ELL I F.NCE. Sc' This being ' i**vt uolfting the ik»» beyond the be found below, end ..uieh

defy aaytliiog like CinMl ennmiery. Tl« winter ha* been Tery ecTcic, end the river u litenlly with j •allien, eoeU eee kept up to cnonnoo* prise. The dnrics this week are £B,BOO egaiast £12,260 cone*l ending week last year, ehowiag decrease of £3,i50; on lei £2,700; ir.useovado
02 January 1854 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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02 January 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

RUSSIA AND TURKEY. 1 A telegraphic despatch, dated Vienna, Wednesday evening, says:— 41 The Russian steamer Pruth has set two Turkish tillages on fire, by throwing red hot halls into them." A telgraphic despatch from Constantinople! dated the 19th inst., received tit Vienna, say
02 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Frightful Murder near Knniscortht.—The murdered parties man of the name of Thomas Ball, and his wife, who lived on the

Frightful Murder near Knniscortht.—The murdered parties man of the name of Thomas Ball, and his wife, who lived on the

side of the public road leadiag from Newlownbarry to Enniscorthy, in a small cabiti, chiefly supporting himself jobbing in orchards, and sometimes in sheep; some of the latter, report saya, he had lately sold, and it is supposed that the murder was committed in order to steal th
02 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

It is now some weeks since the official organ of the Government stated its belief that the piratical conflict at Sinope must have been at that time followed by the striking of a blow by the English and French fleets. The Admirals and Ambassadors had, it was positively said, inst
02 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland