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He also ben to ear ti*t he l*s been appointed Agent to Messrs. Wansa* and Godfbbt (whose extenrive Nurseries in

He also ben to ear ti*t he l*s been appointed Agent to Messrs. Wansa* and Godfbbt (whose extenrive Nurseries in

Surrey cover over 100 acres) far toe Sale of Forest and Fruit Trees, Roses, Shrubs and Orosmenal Tnea cf every deaeriptioa. A Priced Catalogne can be bad Free by Post, and all orders above £5 will Talaa Naraary Pneaa. IM POUTED POTATOES ASH-L EAVE KIDNEYS; TOSKSBIBE REGENTS, la.
25 February 1854 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
KERRI HEIFERS.

KERRI HEIFERS.

WANTED, some KERRY HEIFERS, Puns Bun and la-Calf, with siew to make the merits of the breed more generally known. It is requested that none hot First-dam Animals may be offered. Full particulars and Lowest Price to be addressed to Hsssssomd, Winthorrpc, Nottinghamshire. Jen. 28,
25 February 1854 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
BCTIBWS OP TBB wo BE.

BCTIBWS OP TBB wo BE.

TBB wo BE. the book every body.onght read once their life.'—/Hearer. The Information thervlu conveyed i eally to those who contemplate marriage.'*—AsrorJ. ** It contain* precisely the Information too often studiously kept from the young and Ihougiit caa. However, the knowledre tn
08 February 1854 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
EAILWAT ACCIDENTS.

EAILWAT ACCIDENTS.

Mr. BENTINCK wished to ask the President of the Board of Trade, whether it is the intention of her Majesty’s Government to bring in bill during the present session, or take any other steps, for the belter prevention of accidents in railway travelling. . . , « Mr. CARDWELL said i
08 February 1854 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
FROM OUR (MAIL) FRIT ATE CORRESPONDENT.

FROM OUR (MAIL) FRIT ATE CORRESPONDENT.

Londos, Saturday.—Aa I mentioned in my last commanieation, the relations between Great Britain and Russia are at an end. Baron Brunov paid his farewell visila yesterday, and leaves to-day. England and France, therefore, may now be considered at war with Russia. Such have bee i t
08 February 1854 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEW REFORM BILL.

THE NEW REFORM BILL.

DU)I]3;,I: WVEDNKISUAY, FFABHUARY , 18;,4. THE NEW REFORM BILL . Under all circumstances, and in all times, the Whigs are consistent in their injustice to Ireland. When a measure of popular enfranchisement is about to be conceded, Ireland is omitted from the bill. When a measure
15 February 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INT'ELLIGENOBE (FROMs OUst COsRRaESPONnDENT.) RATHFARNIIAM STREPLE-COtASIhS, MONDAY, 20TII FEBIUARY. . The postponement of these aports for a week has proved beneflical, affording sui able time for entries. isse managers have effected all necessary arrangenments, and are
15 February 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPBRIAL PARILIAMENT. . ; HOUSE OF LORDS-FRwADAYI FEB. 17. A brief discuss1or took place upon the establishment of Ireformatory schoos1, in' the course of which, Earl GRANVILLE stated, in reply to Lord Brougham, that the oubject was engaging the attention of her Majeaty's governm
20 February 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A WOMAN SUPPOSED TO HAVE BEEN BURIED ALIVE—CORONER'S INQUEST.

A WOMAN SUPPOSED TO HAVE BEEN BURIED ALIVE—CORONER'S INQUEST.

A WOMAN SUPPOSED TO HAVE BEEN BURIED I ALIVE-CORONER'S INQUEST. I An inquest was hold yesterday at St. George's Burial. ground, Circular-road, by Henry Davis, Eeq., county coroner, on the body of an elderly woman named Catherine Barker, who had resided at Blessington-place, in th
24 February 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

c- N M Y - -BA- 1- 1 ?? )UB~i.IN: MONDAY, fLeBRUARY 18, 18 64. TLE WAIt MILITARY MOVEMENTS. o A brief, but not uninteresting conversation, took I place in the I-louse of Lords respecting Count r Orloff's mission, on Friday evening. Earl Fitz- william put certain questions to the
13 February 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland