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FRENCH ACTIVITT—TUB CAMF —TUB MBM

FRENCH ACTIVITT—TUB CAMF —TUB MBM

FRENCH ACTIVITT —TUB CAMF —TUB By some inexplicable meant or other the French have managed to get up their guns and mortars, in spite of tbe state of the roads, while have been unable to move •ingle piece. Most of onr batteries are to furnubed with mortars of ten and thirteen inc
30 December 1854 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE APPEAL TO ROME.

THE APPEAL TO ROME.

Sir —Inasmuch tbs “Appeal to Rome'* seems to occupy much of public paptr, and so little public atletiio*, I beg leave to espies* try sentiments upon that tabject. Tj leave no room for c-vil or mkcorceptlon, I teg to state that I determined to say nothing tkat can give displeasur
30 December 1854 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
« jo THE EDITOR OF THE IRISH AGRICULTURIST.

« jo THE EDITOR OF THE IRISH AGRICULTURIST.

THE EDITOR OF THE IRISH AGRICULTURIST. Hamwood, Dec. 11,1854. Dcab Sir have just received the enclosed letter from Mr Teller, which 1 am anxioua to have published in this Journal, as nothing will please me more than that my paper should draw forth the corrections and further info
30 December 1854 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
For Sale, A PURELY-BRED, BLACK, BERKSHIRE SOW. She was got the prise boar Sir Roger Coverley,” out of pure-pred Berkshire

For Sale, A PURELY-BRED, BLACK, BERKSHIRE SOW. She was got the prise boar Sir Roger Coverley,” out of pure-pred Berkshire

Sow of Lord Monck's celebrated stock. Sbe had nine pigs to her flrst Utter, and now two months gone in her second litter, to pure boar from the Albert Tralulng Farm. For price, Ac., apply to T. G., 33, Bachelor’s-walk, Dublin.
30 December 1854 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
StUsrtUmns.

StUsrtUmns.

BEVIEW OF THE BRITISH COBH TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK. Th* hw been very ohange«ble throughout the week, ciroamilftooe which been against any farther improvement in the trade, Inasmuch as the condition all kinds of new grain baa been injuriously affected by the dampness of the atm
30 December 1854 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
1854.]

1854.]

each. honra. 4 calve* get one stone of turnips, and plenty of cat, sweet, sound, cow-hay. One ball, small, for carting, gats 2ft lbs. oaten straw, uncut, and lbs. of oats. Farm horses get, each, I'i lbs. good, upland hay, 13 lb*, oaten straw, all chaffed, and 14 lbs. oats; and I
30 December 1854 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
December,

December,

30 December 1854 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARKETS. (BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.) LIVKBPOOL CORN KARKKT—YESTERDAY, DEC. 39. hr tbwe not much actual buiineas any article; bat prices

THE MARKETS. (BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.) LIVKBPOOL CORN KARKKT—YESTERDAY, DEC. 39. hr tbwe not much actual buiineas any article; bat prices

will be folly maintained, with a general feeling of confidence, particnlarljr tor Wbeat and Flour. Onto and Oatmeal steady. Indian Corn vlthont change, not a great deal of Inquiry, and. In •cm. cases, with respect to parcels on the quay, tom faTonr the buyer.
30 December 1854 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON. LONDON CORN EXCHANGE.—Tdesdat. At this morning’s market there was small attendance. The basinets reported exceedingly small, at the prices

LONDON. LONDON CORN EXCHANGE.—Tdesdat. At this morning’s market there was small attendance. The basinets reported exceedingly small, at the prices

of Friday last, except for Indian Corn, which cannot be bought to well. On Friday, the show of English Wheat was small: anything really Sne would probably hare found ready buyers, but tbe 111-conditioned samples moved off somewhat slowly, The operations In foreign Wheat were uni
30 December 1854 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WALSH AND SON

WALSH AND SON

TJAVE been Jnrtrncted by FRANCIS AUGUSTUS KENNEDY, £•}., to SELL BY AUCTION, WITHOUT RESERVE, On the 11M of JANUARY, 1855, OOKMSNOnra AT eutven o’clock, At Ledge, Coanty Wexford, A CAREFULLY-SELECTED LOT OF SHEEP, COWS, ETC., Evw in Lamb. Hogget Wethen. lit Ewe and Wetfier,L*mbs
30 December 1854 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland