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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
 
THE COBURO INFLUENCE AT COURT.

THE COBURO INFLUENCE AT COURT.

(from tub standard or Monday.) The subject of Court influence has been again brought forward by the publication of morning contemporary in the following letter :— " Sib—The following is a brief statement of circumstances which have come to knowledge respecting the dismissal of L
27 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RAILWAY RETURNS.

RAILWAY RETURNS.

Dublin and Kingstown —Return for the week ending Jan. 24 —Daily passengers, £577 lis 9d; subscriptions, £87 lis 8d; total! W. Corresponding week, 1853 :_Daily passengers £593 18s. Id; subscriptions, £8 9s. 5d.; total, £602 7s. 6d. Dublin and Drogueda (62J Miles.)—. Traffic for t
27 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EDUCATION. —A Lady of the .Established Chureh, is desirous of entering family RESIDENT IOVERNESS. Her course of Instruction comprises English

EDUCATION. —A Lady of the .Established Chureh, is desirous of entering family RESIDENT IOVERNESS. Her course of Instruction comprises English

in its arious branches; also, the French and Italian Languages; Music acquired at Mrs. Allen's Academy, Gardiner's-row.) Testimoials as to capabilities, &c., can be had from families where adver»er at present attends.—Letters addressed to H. A.L., 7, Aston'suav, will be replied
27 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STOCK EXCHANGE—YKSTICKI AY. FORDS. 3 per Cent Consols .......................... 90J f Ditto for account 9th February go» I 3} Per

STOCK EXCHANGE—YKSTICKI AY. FORDS. 3 per Cent Consols .......................... 90J f Ditto for account 9th February go» I 3} Per

Cent Btock Ditto for Account 9th February Hank Stock 217J 217 mines. General Mining Company (21.) _ Ditto for account 3j Mining Company of Ireland (7J) BAUVATI. PAID. Dublin and Wicklow (61) 10s) Ditto for Account 4 Great Southern andiWestern 49f Midland Great Western .".(501) 4
27 January 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WRECK SALE.

WRECK SALE.

TO SOLD AUCTION, For account of whom it may concern, On WEDNESDAY, Ist FEBRUARY Next, On the Burrow of BALLYTEIGUE, COUNTY WEXFORD, Till-. HULL AND WRECK of the ship J amts Caldkr,’' of Liverpool, R. A. Wright, master, 513 tons, per register, stranded on her voyage from New Orle
27 January 1854 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OK THE SEWS.

TO THE EDITOR OK THE SEWS.

THE EDITOR OK THE SEWS. g .ing to got noble pickets to ply between tills cilyan l Milford, now tire time for the Harbour Hoard make all the exertion in their power for tire improvement of our river and quays. fact Mr Wtrite nearly anticipated, one would sa>, this packet station ;
27 January 1854 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
DANtniAN PUINCI PALI TICS.

DANtniAN PUINCI PALI TICS.

The Early Greek writers have given to the Danube the name of Istros. It was culled by the Romans Ister ; bat they learned the name Dannbius from the natives the upper course of the stream. Strabo says that the upper parts of the river as far as the cataract, arc called Danubiua
27 January 1854 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
DREADFUL SHIPWRECK

DREADFUL SHIPWRECK

1.03S AN VEJJSEI. ANl> t.IVES. have ibis week to record another dreadful shipwreck by which large number of persons, the m-eater portion of them Irish, perished. The vessel to which this awful calamity occurred was the Tayleur, John Tayleur, Capt. Noble, bound to Melbourne with
27 January 1854 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
GEORGIA AND ARMENIA.

GEORGIA AND ARMENIA.

A bulletin published in St. Petersburg on the 17lh instant, shows that the Rus-ian troops in Asia are in winter quarters within their own frontiers, and that at present no military operations are in progress.
27 January 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland