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tbrir meeting. did not ebooae that it abonld forth to the town that Mr. Valentine waa not preeent, while the

tbrir meeting. did not ebooae that it abonld forth to the town that Mr. Valentine waa not preeent, while the

caui* waa not stated, and would, tber-fore, state that wa* detained in Dublin, along with Mr. the Chairman ot the Belfast Steam-abip Company, baainea* of much importance, having relation to trade of tbv town. It was Mr. Valentine's unoblrnaita character which did not make tbia m
17 January 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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KABfltaVM.

SnUtona, Moanar, Jaacaar 16. Bonooun Maaaxr Paicsa.—4toewa—Wheel, while, lie Sd lie lid per cwt; do., red, Ite to ISe ad per do,; UatakiteMSdperde.i Oat■rat, to IS* Sd Btana. 10* ll* per do.; Barley, as Sd to per da.—l to kd perewt.) Bullygswtoy*. Sd to Mparda.; to Sd to la per
17 January 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Robert McClelland did as he was ORDERED. 321 Martin harper will offer by Auction, on TUESDAY, 24th infant, at Tw«l*c

Robert McClelland did as he was ORDERED. 321 Martin harper will offer by Auction, on TUESDAY, 24th infant, at Tw«l*c

o’clock, at the Vlarcndoo-Dnck, 131 Tons TeDerifTc BAKILI.A, just nrmed, e* Aforytmt. Belfast, Jan. IT. 1864.
17 January 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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get ~018. TO LET, AT 29. DONEOALL-BTRKET, a commodious Office and M'areroowa, •oitat.le for the Linen Yarn Trade, it any other requiring space and good light ; also a smaller Office. Apply k Co., SI, Donegall-Street. Ifilh Jan., 1864. 313 STORE TO LET—-TO LET, AND IMMEDIATE given
17 January 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TITK I.IMERTCK REPORTER ,\N TIPPERARY VINDICATOR TUESDAY EVENING. if.

TITK I.IMERTCK REPORTER ,\N TIPPERARY VINDICATOR TUESDAY EVENING. if.

17 January 1854 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
TEA.

TEA.

rHE Subscriber offers for sale in Bond Chests Congou and Souchong, Boxes Gunpowder, all of which he has porchased before the late ranees, and which will be sold prices not above the English markets, liberal terms. JOHN P. FITZGERALD, Broker and Commission Agent, Brunswick-street
17 January 1854 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
SUFFERINGS OF I'HE FUoU—STATE OF THE

SUFFERINGS OF I'HE FUoU—STATE OF THE

SUFFERINGS I'HE FUoU—STATE OF THE LABOURING (‘LASERS, Tlie state the poor is lamentable in llie extreme.— We never remember have wlinesl them umlerg'i more privations. capitalists” who speculate on ••war” have absolutely placed provis-ons beyond their reach, matler th amount of e
17 January 1854 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
the LIMERICK REPORTER AND TIPPERARY VINDICATOR, TUESDAY EVEXTXft, JANUARY the amount on which Mr. Moore hi* calculations, that the establishment

the LIMERICK REPORTER AND TIPPERARY VINDICATOR, TUESDAY EVEXTXft, JANUARY the amount on which Mr. Moore hi* calculations, that the establishment

it‘ computed v.ilua- i lion, would only 61. in the year, his words beiutf, takinir as basis the sum charged last half-year, it would produce, on Grifßih’s valuation, 6.1, the pound for the year, not eight pence stated." Now, I a jain tell the Newcastle Guardians, that taking the
17 January 1854 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
PEAT CHARCOAL.

PEAT CHARCOAL.

I HEREBY GIVE PUBLIC NOTICE, THAT any Party or Person using PEAT CHARCOAL for the deodorization of Animal Excrements, and the conversion thereof into a manure, or making or selling PEAT CHARCOAL for such purpose, without License from me, will thereby be infringing upon my Patent
17 January 1854 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GOLD CHAINS AND JEWELLERY.

GOLD CHAINS AND JEWELLERY.

WATHERSTON & BROGDEN BEG TO Caution the Public against the Electro Gold Chains and Polished Zinc Gold, so extensively put forth in the present day, under the title of Pure Gold,” and Fine Gold,” and to call attention to the genuine GOLD CHAINS made from their own ingots, and sol
17 January 1854 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland