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LOUTH ELECTION. GBEAT MEETING IN DUNDALK.

LOUTH ELECTION. GBEAT MEETING IN DUNDALK.

We think there can now be no doubt that the Dublin Leaguers, engaged in getting an agitation for Mr. John Cantwell in Louth, will discover, by the result of the election, that that County is just as little disposed Clonmel to* submit to their insolent attempt at dictation. These
09 February 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OHS FOR IRISH LIGHTHOUSES.

OHS FOR IRISH LIGHTHOUSES.

Corporation for Preserving and Improving the TportTDublin, receive Proposal* from person* Be.t Refined 'Tnn« of Best Pale Spermaceti Oil * „„ or before the * mak.ng Three gai to be MDt imperial gallon, the proposal and the pnee to will l^ received Proposal* addressed to the hecr
07 February 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Messrs. GANLY and SONS, Auctioneers,

Messrs. GANLY and SONS, Auctioneers,

Messrs. and SONS, Auctioneers, Usher*s-iptay. Dublin, and Xxtnpford. COUNTY OF MEATH.—TO BE LET or SOLD, that first-class Farm of CREVAGH. containing about 173 Statute Acres, situate within of Ardee, and 10 of Drogheda. The Lands are in prime condition, and cannot be surpassed fo
07 February 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST ENGLISH MARKETS.

LATEST ENGLISH MARKETS.

LONDON CORN-EXCHANGE, Monday.—The supply of Wheat from Essex and Kent to this morning’s market was moderate; some of the finest and driest was taken slightly under last week’s prices, the ordinary qualities being wretched condition, were ineffectually offered at reduction of to
07 February 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW SEEDS FOR 18M. FERGUS FARRELL has received his Supply of Garden and Farm Seeds which has been selected with

NEW SEEDS FOR 18M. FERGUS FARRELL has received his Supply of Garden and Farm Seeds which has been selected with

great care, and cannot fail give general satisfaction. In the Garden Seed department every Vegetable In use of merit, is included; together with a collection all the new and beaotiftil varieties of German and French Flower Seeds that are now cultivation, and which were so much a
11 February 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UKINO DISCHARGED FROM THE HOSI'ITAI- INCURABLE.

UKINO DISCHARGED FROM THE HOSI'ITAI- INCURABLE.

Copy Letter from Mr. W. Moon, of the Square, Winchester. TO HOLLOWAY. Sie—l boj; inform you that for years I was a sufferer from Chronic {lieumat ism, ami was often laid up for weeks together its severe and painful attacks. I tried everything that was recommended, and was attend
11 February 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Dub INSURANCES.

The Dub INSURANCES.

ATIIENaEUM FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. SACKyiLI.E-STREET, Athenaeum-building*, Manchestek; jLancaeter-building*, Livekpcmjl; and Muiiren, Hamburgh. Capital—TWO MILLIONS Sterling. Director*: Rev. .1. Bartlett, M.A. Frederick H. Beeston, Esq. J. Sterling Coyne, Esq. Henry Harris, Will
16 February 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

THE MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

On Saturday, Jan. 14, the Post enabled to publish the London of that afternoon, and it ko» the first Dublin journal that had pieen to the public the great advantages of the wonderful change in the transmission of intelligence effected the English and Irish Magnetic Telegraph Com
04 February 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ket in England hy the farmers this week, rrices of all descriptions of grain gave way. In London al the

ket in England hy the farmers this week, rrices of all descriptions of grain gave way. In London al the

beginning of the week English wheat, ing in bad condition, was neglected even at decline Is. to 2s. per quarter. Foreign, on the spot, was not P ®' singly offered, a similar reduction— although the Mother of floating cargoes offering were not numerous, and absolutely arrived few
04 February 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SEAT OF WAlt 1\ THE EAST.

SEAT OF WAlt 1\ THE EAST.

SEAT OF WAlt THE EAST. We pnblish, in a Snpplement, this evening, most correct and well-defined Map of the Scene of M ar in the East, in which the various towns, fortified places, and other localities, rendered remarkable during the campaign the Danube and on the Asiatic frontier
04 February 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland