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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE'.

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE'.

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE' TO THE EDITOR OF THE FREEMAN. t 27th Feb., 1854. p DEAR SIR-When you kindly inserted a short note from A me a few days ago I hoped that the good sense of the mem- h bers in general of the institute would allay the discord and g unseemly disputes which have h
28 February 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PUKSUANT to Decree of the High Court of Chancery, made in a Cause Lord worth and others against Lord Monleagle

PUKSUANT to Decree of the High Court of Chancery, made in a Cause Lord worth and others against Lord Monleagle

and others, all Persons claiming to be Creditors or who claim to lie Incumbrancers on the real Estate of the Right Honourable Edmond Henry Earl of Limerick, the Testator in the proceedings in this Cause named, who died in or about the month of December, 1844, are their Solicitor
28 February 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
lIP • SALES ESTATES ™ COURT FOR SALE OF ISCUMfiPRED ESTATES IN mv.IAN'D.

lIP • SALES ESTATES ™ COURT FOR SALE OF ISCUMfiPRED ESTATES IN mv.IAN'D.

28 February 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NE W BILL 8. FOREIGN NEWS.

NE W BILL 8. FOREIGN NEWS.

W BILL 8. FOREIGN NEWS. PREPAKATIONS FOR WAR. . U1 Utt! WAV , - Im> Un- on • the Lower 11-.u>. , «<iuiu i since, and s-inl lh.it .). Uusfoll and U>rd Pnlmeivi.-n «{i6kct« liko ituu The Civil. Service nl.jectiil '»hc. when thi-y wert* obliged *> war. UeUruiiin-il She .nil S,ni„. i
28 February 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS

LATEST NEWS

[BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.] London, Monday Evening. AUSTRIA AND THE GRAND ALLIANCE. A dispatch from the Vicuna (lovcnunent, received in I’aris on Sumlay, cunlimu the ad'ioiim of Austria U> the policy of England France. The Eni|>cn>r of Austria lias ordered additional force of 25.00
28 February 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
VALUABLE TENEMENTS IN BELFAST FOR

VALUABLE TENEMENTS IN BELFAST FOR

Sold Public Auction, TUESDAY, the 7th dav of March next at TWELVE o’clock Noon, tlio Mart of Mr. DALE, I, Donegal! Street Belfast ALL THOSE SIX STONE-BUILT AND elegantly finished Dwelling Honsea, situate in Terrace, one the most healthy localities olx-ut Belfast with Building Gr
28 February 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Imj; -isie. flrahi (wheat) nr*. .TSiW liraln of other doscri|it lolls ('irs) ln-luii com p|ri > .. 1171^7 Ktuorand meal,e*

Imj; -isie. flrahi (wheat) nr*. .TSiW liraln of other doscri|it lolls ('irs) ln-luii com p|ri > .. 1171^7 Ktuorand meal,e*

.. Ssilirji I‘rurlatoMs Bocuo. pork. lard. ac. rsi. WOK Batter and shrami V 4:i;» i ui ni-i • No. .CCrtti* Kggs. Cocoa. Ih. Coifei*. (Drituh) Ih. 4i*<£e*f' Unto, (Vureigo) - I-411M2 Total coffee ... fEQCSIU India cw. .TPc-iSI Mauritius - IlflUß last IfltHisi Foreign ... Total su
28 February 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
H.lk minniartt K Umuuf Itxlla'

H.lk minniartt K Umuuf Itxlla'

28 February 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BELFAST FISH WAREHOUSE. OPENING OF THE BELFAST FISH WAREHOUSE. THE INHABITANTS OF BELFAST AND ITS vicinitv are respectfully informed

THE BELFAST FISH WAREHOUSE. OPENING OF THE BELFAST FISH WAREHOUSE. THE INHABITANTS OF BELFAST AND ITS vicinitv are respectfully informed

that, FRIDAY next the 3d March, those extensive premises, No. 4, DONEGALL STREET, will be opened in the Fresh Fish Trade. The Proprietors do not mean to begin hy making large promises. They intend keep large supply of Fish as they have a reasonable hope of disposing of; sell as
28 February 1854 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ESIiDM’S Ml.

ESIiDM’S Ml.

FOKEIGN INTELLIGENCE. Paris, Friday Evening, The mnnifutalion the working class?. an»ounc?d on the anniversary of the revolution of the 24ih of February has not taken place. The ertisans of Paris have rerosined quietly work, end Pari# is perfectly iranquil. Letters from Posen of
28 February 1854 - Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland