Sea lt'cy, Janesuary 14. Tnrr criminal business at these Sessions comnmenced to-day, before JOHN Crusox, Esq., Q.C.. Assistant- Barrister. At ten o'clock, the followving gentlemen wver called and sworn o0n tile GRAND Juitv:-Thrdojalcl BTuhell. Samuel Bsovle Charles Durlin Willia
LATE1iCST JN .i:LLI-LNr jTIIE WAR ON TIFE DAl SUDE. 'VTLNNA, JIA. 9l-TIr-v t'ri fi-ot!rn Kraii a "IPnthi i 1 it:ur' i Li the ?? Iiv i t^ fa - I - .I; fi-f i .t a t: S .! -. LEhtti G l(;, i-l A nl-n) Tlit hll,-I. ri--En:; tuct it C tl-idtt' r f slis t-a ) it Iur:;p !;tit iti fur;'
Jasb.ic1 YaiU r itflV1iEc5. THE COURT. WI'NDSOR, TirtsI- -Sr^_'T1Ie Queen, With the Prineess Royal and Princess Alice, walked il the Home Park tillis ,dortiiti Plrinoe A`bert, aecompanied by the Mrrrquis of Salis- hut Xc ?? la-se thz.tte E of Milg-rave, Lord iBloo-rifield, cord M
most Dairies in the for Supply of BUTTER their Pro,hiisliment«, which they will engage perfectly ornipa. end Churned every day. & Co. invite particular attention to their larga AMS and BACON, which they offer for Sale ,te Term*.
17 January 1854 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
I RUSSIA AND TURJKEY. : With regard to the Emperor of Russias answer to the eotlfication of the western powers, we have very contradic. tory accounts A despatch In the second edition of the limes, dated Vienna, Tuesday evening, says:-" A Russian messenger has arrived with news o
20 January 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1854. EiOw P.TER AND CATHE RINt BUILT ul' EMPIRE. The Czar declares that his aim is Asiatic con- quest. His territorial acquisitions are to be made in "the Morning Land"-the usurpation in Moldo- Wallachia being merely temporary, and intended to coe
18 January 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
I I January, 20th, 1854. THE EASTERN WAR. (From the SecondE' Edition of the Tio.,) Russian advices have reached Paris from St. Petersburgh, of the 12th January, which describe the position of affairs as affording little hope for the maintenance of peace. The Em- peror is describ
21 January 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland