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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

I BBY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPM. -- January, 19th, 1854, THE EASTERN WAR. ?? ?? Second-Odilion of the MorM in# Chronicle.) VIrNNA, WEDNESDAY.-Constsntinople advices of the 9th received. On the 6th Lord Stpetford de Reddliffe received a tranquil- . Wng circular, stating that the object o
20 January 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MALLOW. MODERN LANGUAGES FRENCH j ITALIAN AND GERMAN. PROFESSOR HOFFMAN, hating been requested by some of the most distinguished Families

MALLOW. MODERN LANGUAGES FRENCH j ITALIAN AND GERMAN. PROFESSOR HOFFMAN, hating been requested by some of the most distinguished Families

in the Vicinity of Mallow, to form Class in that Town for Instruction in the above Languages, begs to make the announcement to the Gentry of that Neighbourhood of his iotentind to do so, and takes the liberty to request that sucb Families as may desire for their Children, Instru
20 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE STRIKE.

THE STRIKE.

The total income the walking gentlemen who are out of work at Preston, for this week, amounts to 2,231/. When the Repeal stragglers transacted business the same amount, which they did for short time in 1843, the British Cabinet was terrified, and vessels war dogged the steps of
20 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LARGE IMPORTATION OF BREADSTUFFS.

LARGE IMPORTATION OF BREADSTUFFS.

The following is from a Liverpool paper " Livebpooi., Jan. 17.—The fleet of vessels ladea wltn American produce, so long kept back by contrary winds, has mostly arrived, and we have to record the heaviest supply of breadstuffs ever reported at our port within one week. The impor
20 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DREADFUL MURDER IN CLARE.

DREADFUL MURDER IN CLARE.

Kill aloe, Jan. 18.—A most foul and dreadful murder was perpetrated on a very industrious man named Philip ' Ryan, of Ballysa, in the county of Tipperary, two miles from Killaloe, between the hours of six and seven o'clook on yesterday evening. The poor fellow, accompanied by hi
20 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A Victim of Midnight Legislation. —It is with extreme regret that we have to announce the death of Patrick M'Mahon,

A Victim of Midnight Legislation. —It is with extreme regret that we have to announce the death of Patrick M'Mahon,

a farmer, residing neaar Crossmaglen, under very painful circumstances. The decased, it will be recollected, was waylaid and brutally beaten be was returning from the town of Crossmaglen about month since. The unfortunate man was then removed to his residence, where hf> continue
20 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
rpHE EFFECTS OF WAR UPON THE [ wine trade. In the present unsettled state of Continental affaire. It becomes an

rpHE EFFECTS OF WAR UPON THE [ wine trade. In the present unsettled state of Continental affaire. It becomes an

Important object consider the probable effect of appeal w " roch „ wine., it would cause, wlttaoat doubt, a considerable ranee upon all wines, whether at "home abroad, though to what extent It is impossible to sa;; but "when, 10 take Into consideration the recent short vintages,
20 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRINCE ALBERT.

PRINCE ALBERT.

We were right in our conjecture that the letters published by Mr. M clock, of Killiney—who has suddenly awoke and found himself famous—would certainly bring out the Court newsmen to the rescue of the Prince Consort, who had shown somewhat less than his usual discretion in his sh
20 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE TO EMIGRANTS. EMIGRATION

NOTICE TO EMIGRANTS. EMIGRATION

FIIOM LIVERPOOL Id THE UNITED STATES, NEW IiUUXSWICK, tc. 1011 NEW YOHK WEEKLY, WASHINGTON LINE OF PACKETS, *1 \ u■w/rry And other First ('U»s American Ships. Capt. Tons ...Pratt Wm. Ratbbonb,. Washington,.* Rociiambeau, ... PItINCETOK, B. C. Scranton, Niagara, .Sfackpole . . .S
20 January 1854 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
ENGLISH.

ENGLISH.

Ships of the Line. —Britannia, 120, Captain Carter, with tlio flag the Commander-in-chief, Vice-Admiral Dundas, C.C.; Agamemnon, 91, screw, Captain Symonds, flag-ship of Rear-Admiral Sir L. Lyons, second in command ; Rodney, 90, Charles Graham, C.B. ; Vengeance, SI, Captain Lord
20 January 1854 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland