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COMMERCIAL SUMMARY.

COMMERCIAL SUMMARY.

LITERATURE. Our trade reports are generally satisfactory, notwitbalaoduig (be considerable decline price* Government Securities and Shares, on account of the imminence of war. In Dublin business is means active, but in some branches there good deal doing, especially in provision
28 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC EDUCATION.

CATHOLIC EDUCATION.

SELECT BOARDING SCHOOL, SFYHILL, QUEENSTOWN. THOMAS LLOYD COG H LAN, M.A., T.C.D, Principal Thw designed to meet the wishes and requirements of those who appreciate the advantages of that particular and dose attention to the capabilities ami dreumstanees each individual Pupil, w
31 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
51, DAME-STREET, DUBLIN.

51, DAME-STREET, DUBLIN.

Empoweretl by Her Majesty' Royal fetters Patent. Annual Division of Profits—applied in reductionjof the Current Year’s Premium. Policy-holders entitled to partipate in the profits after payment of Five or Seven Annual Premiums, according to the Table of Rates selected. Premiums
31 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GIVEN UP BY THE FACULTY AT MALTA AND

GIVEN UP BY THE FACULTY AT MALTA AND

GIVEN BY THE FACULTY MALTA AND PORTSMOUTH HOSPITALS. The following important communication has been forwarded to Professor Holloway for publication by Mr. B. Dixon, Chemist, King-street, Norwich. Copy of a letter from Captain Smith, of Great Yarmouth, dated January 19, 1853. TO M
31 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF LONGFORD.

COUNTY OF LONGFORD.

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, pursnant to the Trusts of the Will of the late Thomas Cokrt, on TUESDAY, the 14th FEBRUARY NEXT, at the hour of Twelve o’clock, Noon, Messrs. GANLYS MART, in the TOWN of LONGFORD, The Fee and Inheritance of the LANDS of CASTLERAY, and its subdenominations
31 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC EDUCATION

CATHOLIC EDUCATION

E R M‘ N A SUCCESSOR TO TVVTCROSS AND CO., CSuld and S.ltat Smitti", J-»ell»r>, and V. »tcbaiaker« TO Hen Majpsty,^^ Solicit, .n hi'* Su-'k fio« Gold |IHIS E.'abli.hment i. de.igoed to W.tch.., Pi.atfi. Electro Plats, .kc„ .brch w.ll found rt^rm , of .ppr«..te th. lh« njo«l Uniq
24 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ESTATES COURT IRARY AND KILKENNY FIRST ADVERTISEMENT.

ESTATES COURT IRARY AND KILKENNY FIRST ADVERTISEMENT.

ESTATES COURT AND KILKENNY FIRST ADVERTISEMENT. EXPABTE THE DUBLIN AND BRAT BAILWAT COMPANT. Tb* Bravftkit -1 *l»e N«- Company,—ln IJ. tic* that Pctition to* Hatter of the Railvay Netice behalf of Jam** Act (Iroiand) 1861. 1 John Crinion and John _ Henry (Tro.loM.lO ITo Credit of
17 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ti importaot a d anl .uch men 8 Colonel of the we shall merely would it be reasonable expect a

ti importaot a d anl .uch men 8 Colonel of the we shall merely would it be reasonable expect a

or th e can.e «h.ch they would devote tme and declaim! the zealona Proaelytieera? are wealth, and very often freUnga-or en . -.rV fyr reallv have mind can be iguorant of the fact that there i»» nothing ooly soppoaiug anch a c«e m Cork, for really e mtod can J >uii|aioed no groun
17 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

TALLAGBT STEKPLE-CHASE-Yesterday. Tbe»e races (which were postponed from the llth urn.) came off yesterday over a well-laid-out course, on the lands of Mr. Ryan. The weather was roost inclement, and the course heavy. The start for the first race took place few minutes after one
17 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MART, SACK7ILLE-STBEET.

THE MART, SACK7ILLE-STBEET.

rf'HE Nobility sod Gfotry who purpose utleodiug J_L the DRAWING BOOM, DUBLIN CASTLE, On THURSDAY, 26»fc Cntrent, rmprctfnlly inrilrd to inspect SPECIAL PURCHASES FOE THE OCCASION, ComprUing Plain and Brocaded Silk* and Satina, suited for Trains; Evening Robes every Toxlore Kibbo
12 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland