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THE LOUTH ELECTION.

THE LOUTH ELECTION.

THE LOUTH ELEMrION. I There will always be buffoons in the world to instruct as well as to amuse mankind by their follies. Some of these folk are easily induced to grin through horse collars for the edification of the villagers, or climb up the soaped pole, or do any of the pleas
06 February 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LOUTH ELECTION.

THE LOUTH ELECTION.

THE LOUIll ELEC'TION. I An opportunity premsets itself to the people of Louth of crowning themselves with eternal honour by electing Air. CIntwell as their representative, and thus dealiag a deadly blow upon the iniqusity of pledgebreaking, of which Mr. IFortescue, as a successor
06 February 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGEiNCE. ., DRAMAT [C PERFORMANCE AT WINDSOR CASTLE. I WINDSOR, eBt. 2.-A dramatic performance took place this evening in the Castle. The Queen had a dinner party, and the following illus- trious circle bad the bonour of receiving invitations :-Her Royal Highnes
04 February 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JOHN MACNAMARA C ANTWELL— A TREMENDOUS HOAX.

JOHN MACNAMARA C ANTWELL— A TREMENDOUS HOAX.

JOHN MACNAMARA ANTWELL— A TREMENDOUS HOAX. Mr. Fortescne has become the successor of Mr. Sadleir. as fJunior Lord of tbe Treasury. The question is, will the great county of Louth follow tbe example, and share in the sin and shame, ofthe Borough lof Sligo ’ —See John Macnanutra Ca
04 February 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
RAILWAY COMMUNICATION TO SLIGO

RAILWAY COMMUNICATION TO SLIGO

Wf, revert to this all-important snbjeet, feel assnred that the prosperity of Sligo depends upon the establishment of a Railway, or Railways, which will communicate it, directly, with the metropolis and other parts of Ireland. We feel pleasure in emancipating onr» selves from th
04 February 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

AFFAIRS OF THE EAST. {From the London Paperi of ff'e dnetday.) The news of to-day mainly the notei of preparation for treat war. The military preparations of France, which hate hitherto only existed on paper, are now about to put in execution on a great scale. Already extensile
03 February 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FARMING IN TIPPERARY 80 YEARS AGO.

FARMING IN TIPPERARY 80 YEARS AGO.

The following advertisement extracted from the Dublin Journal of February 17th,1776, eibibiti what farming was in Ireland 80 yea's ago, and will be interesting from the acquaintance possessed many of our readers with the localities in quesiion|:—To let in the whole or in parcels
03 February 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The Russian Ambassador.—The Daily Newt lavs " It it (tiled in wril-inforroed quarter! that the Rauiin Ambassador in London ii

The Russian Ambassador.—The Daily Newt lavs " It it (tiled in wril-inforroed quarter! that the Rauiin Ambassador in London ii

continuing his preparations for departure ; and that he has already received in a non-official form, such an answer from Lord Clarendon as has decided him to break off diplomatic reaciiona with Great Britain. Owiog, however, to some delay on the part the French government io re-
03 February 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Hallow ay" t Ointment and Pill*.—An Rxtraordinmry Bad Foot —Mr. Henry Kennewe, ton of the late much-re*p«n_ aurveyor the Southampton

Hallow ay" t Ointment and Pill*.—An Rxtraordinmry Bad Foot —Mr. Henry Kennewe, ton of the late much-re*p«n_ aurveyor the Southampton

district, St. Pancras, London., iu a letter to bit mother, from Burr* Hurra, Port Adelaide, bia journey those roinea, from Adelaide.be waa compei»w walk for want of a conveyance, and in doing aon terwarda poisoned bia foot, which became ao bad that he was o a surgeon's bands for
03 February 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EASTERN QUESTION.

THE EASTERN QUESTION.

Tbe Timet of this morning says the reply to the Runian note will be in the form of a written note, and it will probably be communicated thii day to the Ruuian Ambailadori, both Paris and London. Alluding to Count Or. loffs million, the Times statei that ita undoubted object ia t
01 February 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland