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DUBLIN: TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1854.

DUBLIN: TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1854.

Eb c oreclua ?? I Ws,?ourita,. DUBLIN: TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 186b. _ _ _ _ _ ?? APPALLING SHIPWRECK. IMMNESE LOSS OF LIFE. It has rarely fallen to the lot of journalism to record a more lamentable catastrophe than the loss of the Tayleur on the rocks of Lambay on Saturday last, Fu
24 January 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MILITARY PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES.

MILITARY PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES.

I I wAR cv vot? E, JAN. 20. Royal Regiment of Horse Guards-W D Seymnobi,'Gent to be Corret, y parchase, vice L rd Stanhope, promoted. -1;th Light Dragoons-A B St (Clair, Gent, to be Cornet, bly pnrchase, vice Blair, appointed to the 9th Light Dra- goons. 4th Regiment of Foot-Ass
23 January 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BRITISH WOOL MARKETS.

BRITISH WOOL MARKETS.

London, Monday. —Notwithstanding that the colonial wool tales are appointed to commence on the 9th proximo, our market continues steady, and prices are well supported. The demand is chiefly confined to home use, and the supplies offering are ?ery moderate. Lkkds, Friday.—Sales t
25 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LEVEE AT THE CASTLE—THIS DAY.

LEVEE AT THE CASTLE—THIS DAY.

Dublin, January 25, 3 o'Clock.—The Lord Lieutenant held his first Levee for the season, this day, at Dublia Castle. In point of number the attendance small but highly respectable. There were 6 Bishops, 17 Peers, and a considerable number of Members of Parliament. No Roman Cathol
25 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BLACK STAR LINE OF PACKETS. LIVERPOOL TO NEW TORK. Registered Tom " r *• ': JOHN JOHANNA LANG, .. GEORGE

BLACK STAR LINE OF PACKETS. LIVERPOOL TO NEW TORK. Registered Tom " r *• ': JOHN JOHANNA LANG, .. GEORGE

WASHINGTON, MINNESOTA, SOUTHAMPTON, .. OHIO, ENTERPRISE, J. A. WBSTERVELT, IRENE, VANGU RD, SARATOGA.. FOR NEW OWEGO, .. .. 1,200 .. 1,600 .. 1,202 .. 1,250 .. 1,534 .. 1,000 .. 1,066 .. 1,200 .. 1,600 .. 1,500 .. 1,200 .. 1,200 .. 1,600 873 .. 1.300 .. 1,200 836 .. 1,500 .. 1,2
27 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PRESENTATION OF PLATE TO THE HON. HENRY BOYLE BERNARD.

PRESENTATION OF PLATE TO THE HON. HENRY BOYLE BERNARD.

On Tuesday deputation from the Bandon Tenantry waited upon the Hon. H. B. Bernard, at Bandon, to present him will) a magnificent piece of Plate in recollection of his untiring exertions for their benefit, and for his kindness to them during years of famine and distress. The Plat
23 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH—Thursday.

COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH—Thursday.

CRIMINAL INFORMATION. The Queen at the prosecution of Simon Newport v. Thoma■ Fitzgerald Strange. Mr. Harris applied, on the part of the prosecutor, for a rule nisi, for liberty to file a criminal information against '.he defendaut, for writing an offensive letter with intent to
23 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON POLICE—Wednesday.

LONDON POLICE—Wednesday.

LONDON POLICE— Wednesday. Bow-Street Office.—ln the case of Jamet Murray Rowlings, the young clergyman who had been remanded on a charge of forgery, it was intimated that two of the witnesses had been induced not to appear against him ; and an urgent appeal was made Mr. Wontner,
23 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The grocers of Msncbetier and Salford have been brooght into a (tale of much uneasiness tbe prosecution! which the officers

The grocers of Msncbetier and Salford have been brooght into a (tale of much uneasiness tbe prosecution! which the officers

of tbe inland revenue bate commenced against several of tbe trade, the sale of chicory. A meeting of grocers held at the Spread Eagle Hotel on Monday morning, Mr. Hunter presiding, to dicuss the question, and to arrange combined mode of action. In several cases penalties £25 hav
23 January 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland