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The petitions of 1833 and 1833 against the County returns were abandoned. The election of 1833 for New Ross was maintained, and the petition! ordered to pay costs. The Bill of 1852 proposed to Gorcy to Wexford Borough, and Euuiscorthy to New Eom. Wicklow Coi nty. Entire populati
21 January 1854 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
SMITUFIELD MARKETS

SMITUFIELD MARKETS

Prices Gd, free by Post, enlarged to Twenty-four Folio Pages {each Yearly Volume complete in itself), THE GARDENERS’ CHRONICLE .% IC(JLTU R .1 I. «. » '/. KT T K.;
21 January 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Spirit of flje 13ress.

Spirit of flje 13ress.

Spirit of flje GERMAN INFLUENCES AT COURT. (rROM THE tSMRS.) Many people may be aware—and many people, we trust, are not aware—that for some time past rumors have been afioat the effect that Prince Consort had the most outrageous manner with affairs of Stale. It has been said tha
21 January 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
ROM AMS M A.\D VOLtNTARYISM.

ROM AMS M A.\D VOLtNTARYISM.

To the Voluntary principle the Liberator," in * concert with Archbiahop Macllale and other Romish ecclesiastics, formally pledged the adhesion of Popery. We frequently meet with declarations, of persons of great authority among Roman Catholics, in favor of Voluntaryism. These ar
21 January 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
NEWRY UNION.

NEWRY UNION.

UNION. Saturday, January 14. Colonel Close, D.L., presided at the Board of Guardians (his day- The other Guardians present were— W. Thompson, D.L.; Seton Synnot, Marcus Synnot, J.P.; Robert Clogher, William Watson, Joseph James MaoMahon, JAm Loughlin, and William Ilantin.
17 January 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE LILT OF THE VALLEV.

THE LILT OF THE VALLEV.

What an angel!” •* Say, ratl*ar, lily of tha mlley!** Tha *p«Mik*rs were two young the highlands of Scotland, who, wearied by long day’s shootfag, wore approaching hill-sida spring, famous that wild district for the coldness sod pureness of its waters. They had just reached the
17 January 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
But even year will pass; and just a twelvemonth from Donald's departure Helen sat the spring side, which she had

But even year will pass; and just a twelvemonth from Donald's departure Helen sat the spring side, which she had

named for the trysting si*ot if her lover proved faithful. She bad been there already for many hours, watching with m eager timid heart —half trembling at her own folly expecting him, half angry with herself for her doubts; but now, the gloaming came on, yet no Donald appeared,
17 January 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Count M.-ntalban Rolando ..

Count M.-ntalban Rolando ..

A. Wigan. Balthazar Mr. Addison. Jacques Mr. Harley. Lopez Mr. Clark. &r°] of the Duke) Olmedo (servant to Balthazar) .. .. Mr. Coe. Juliana .. . Miss Murray. Miss Leclercq. .. Miss Detboroufeh. Nobles. Servants. Ac.
21 January 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONTRACTS.

CONTRACTS.

fI'IUE GoTernors of Sj»nt Patrick's (Swift's) Hospital will L receive Proposes for .-upplvio* that with the following Articles for One Year, commencing the l»t day of March next:— Beef. Mutton. Soup Beef. Bread. New Milk. Beer. Butter. Poatoea. Oatmeal per cwt. Rice and Barley p
21 January 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
rji n e

rji n e

n TEA MARKET. a letter from Hong Kong, dated November 27th, we learn that this vast Empire is still agitated political disturbances—in some parts the Insurgents are triumphant, but at ' the Imperial troops regained by bribery the city, and a great massacre of the rebels ensued. C
17 January 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland