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THE WEATHER.

THE WEATHER.

T II E AV I; A T 1i E R. Du;it-r-Not for nmany ye:irs its Dirbin has there been experieniced So Severe Mtid ollitiiruous a spell of hard wevither. Tie wintd, after shifting to varions points, at leigth caine round to NIortib-East, fromn shich point it has coctirtued to bloxv tier
06 January 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON FUNDS, STOCK AND SHARE MARKET.

LONDON FUNDS, STOCK AND SHARE MARKET.

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. IF. H. Smith and Sons, 1, Eden-quay, January 4, 1854. REMARKS. Inclement weather having prevented the arrival of the country mailt, and full attendance of members generally, business in the Stock Exchange was unusually limited.— English Funds the absence o
06 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS. Dec. 29, Court Honse, Cannington, Somersetshire, the Hon. Mri. Clifford, of daughter Jan. I, at No. 3, Victoria Villa®,

BIRTHS. Dec. 29, Court Honse, Cannington, Somersetshire, the Hon. Mri. Clifford, of daughter Jan. I, at No. 3, Victoria Villa®,

QneraVroad, London, the wife Edward Bourne, Esq., a Jan l ( at Mountain Lodge, co. Tipperary, the wife of John Wlllington, Eaq., of a son. Jan. 3, at Grenville Lodge, co. the wife of Walter Lindaay, Eaq.. of a daughter. MARRIAGKB. Dec at the Friends' Meeting Hcuae, Monkatown, Du
06 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN MARKETS-Thursday.

THE DUBLIN MARKETS-Thursday.

The he*vy snow storm has been greatly seaiiut all our local Market*, canals, roads, &c , having become almost impassable. have had, therefore, but very atnall supplies. The prices, except lor and Potatoes, upwards, and favour of the feller. Smithfiklu Cattlr Mahkkt-The railroads
06 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR THE CORK EXAMINER. Sir,—l tra very unwilling be led into Newspaper controversy with you, having little time,

TO THE EDITOR THE CORK EXAMINER. Sir,—l tra very unwilling be led into Newspaper controversy with you, having little time,

and no taste for tuch a task, but your comments on my letter in your publication of yesterday demand a few remarks from me. You say •' the Secretary well knows that the right of a " Company to a certain line is clearly understood in " mercantile arrangements as that Company had
06 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
GREAT EXHIBITION—COLOURED ENGRAVING.

GREAT EXHIBITION—COLOURED ENGRAVING.

Now that the Great Industrial Exhibition has closed, the publio deeply impressed with the importance to Ireland of that noble work are naturally anxious to become possessed of some lasting record of its wonders. A good engraring of the building, which will removed in a few short
06 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VARIETIES.

THE COURT. Monday.—His Royal Highness Prlnoe Albert, with the Prince of Wales, Prince Alfred, and the Duke of Cambridge, skated on the ice in the Home Park this forenoon. Her Majesty was also present. The band of the Ist Life Guards played on the ice. The Duke of Cambridge, the
06 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PHE OCTOBER of ALLSOPP'S INDIA PALK AND STRONG BURTON ALES, May be bad In condition, either la Casks or Bottle,

PHE OCTOBER of ALLSOPP'S INDIA PALK AND STRONG BURTON ALES, May be bad In condition, either la Casks or Bottle,

JAMES WEIR'S, 7, BURGH-QUAY, AKD 140, LOWER B AGGOT.BTREET • ALSO ALLAN and WEIR'S, brat, grocers, wine, A!f D SPIRIT merchants.
06 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WATERFORD NEWS, AND GENERAL ADVERTISER.

THE WATERFORD NEWS, AND GENERAL ADVERTISER.

the Eirl of St. Germans and the Irish government, lor their pro nptattention to its memorial, respecting the appointment of sheriff, and for their selection of the first name on the list, Sir Benjamin Morris, to that office. IMPROVEMENT BILL. Proposed by Mr. Power, seconded by M
06 January 1854 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland