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THE REV. MR. HEWSON AND THE ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN. Killarney, Sept. 12,1853. Mr Lord Archbishop,—l bad occasion more than a

THE REV. MR. HEWSON AND THE ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN. Killarney, Sept. 12,1853. Mr Lord Archbishop,—l bad occasion more than a

year ago to write to your Grace, touching a wrong which thought was done to me by the Lord Bishop of Limerick, and received from you the answer that I had shown no grounds wherefore you should interfere. 1 hoped, nevertheless, that you would, at your last visitation, have though
11 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Citnatnrt.

Citnatnrt.

“as AUtoar kill a maw as kill a good OOK. KAKT A MAS UVKS A BOKOES VO THE KASTH BUT A GOOD BOOK IS THE PRECIOUS UPE-BLOOD OP A MASTER SPIRIT, KXBALMED AND TREASURED UP OS PUBPORR A LIPS LIFE.”—MILTON.
02 January 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE APPROACHING SESSION OF PARLIAMENT.

THE APPROACHING SESSION OF PARLIAMENT.

Parliament meets for the despatch of business on to-morrow, the 81st Inst, stand upon the eve of momentous discussions, and most probably, of awful events. The arrival of each post will be watched with eagerness; and all hearts will beat with impatience to learn what a day shall
30 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

DUBLIN COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

Saturday Evening —A lively week ia the produce market, anil further advance has occurred in several leading articles. The corn market has been stiffer, but no great excitement. Tea has declined. In Shares there has been good deal of fluctuation, with the varying phases of the im
30 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mayoralty of Belfast.—Monday, at the usual monthly meeting of the Town Council, Dr. M'Gee resigned, and Mr. H. F. Lewis,

Mayoralty of Belfast.—Monday, at the usual monthly meeting of the Town Council, Dr. M'Gee resigned, and Mr. H. F. Lewis,

was invested with the insignia of the mayoralty of the borough. As usual at this season, the benevolent Primate presented all his labourers and their wives with new and comfortable clothing. His Grace also ordered a large aupplj of turf for the poor of Armagh.
04 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

General Viscount Hardinge, G.C.8., Commanding In Chief, has been pleased to appoint Lieutenant Colonel A. A. T. Conynghame, on the half pay of the 51st Light Infantry (and late of the 27th Regiment), to be one of his lordship's Aides de Camp in the room of Captain the Earl of Ma
04 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIVERPOOL CATTLE MARKET—Monday, JAN. 2.

LIVERPOOL CATTLE MARKET—Monday, JAN. 2.

Cattle this week, 1,947; last week. 1.656: corresponding week tot year, 1,811; Sheep this week, 6,683; last week, 1.622; corresponding week last year, 1,887. Beef—Prime heifer 6d. to 61rt' second class ditto, and half fat bnllucktand cowss£d. to6d. Mutton-Prime wed(ler nheep (,|
04 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEATHER. Thb City —Not for many years in Dublin has there been experienced severe and continuous a spell of

THE WEATHER. Thb City —Not for many years in Dublin has there been experienced severe and continuous a spell of

hard weather. Afcer the very heavy fall snow which preceded Christmas, and the hard frost which came afterwards, there seemed some indications thtw on Friday evening last. The wind, which had been blowing keenly from the north-west, veered about to the westward, with a point or
04 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MAGISTRACY.

THE MAGISTRACY.

The Lord Chancellor has appointed Edward Lewis, Esq., Violets town, Mullingar, to the Commission the Peace for the County of Westmeath, on the recommendation of the Marquis Westmeath, Lord Lieutenant of the
13 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Samuel allsopp and s<*ns' EAST INDIA PALE AXD BURTON STRONG ALES, (This Season's Brewing) Mar had in Casks of Eighteen

Samuel allsopp and s<*ns' EAST INDIA PALE AXD BURTON STRONG ALES, (This Season's Brewing) Mar had in Casks of Eighteen

Gallons and upwards either direct from the Brewery, BURTON-ON-TRENT, from the undermentioned Agents :— Messrs. Atblonc— Patrick Rourke. Belfast—Samuel Boyle. Ballinjsloe—Patrick Rourke. Cork—T Olden, and Co. Clonmel— Murphy, and Co. Kelly. and Dean. Dun((ar*an —Murphy and 0. Bol
13 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland