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The Cbespsut l lAd . eflt Work ea Now ready. pnna 62., tha Section of CASSELL'S NATURAL RISTORT; homing •

The Cbespsut l lAd . eflt Work ea Now ready. pnna 62., tha Section of CASSELL'S NATURAL RISTORT; homing •

beeattfei V. 1... of 384 upward. of IS* Rig, .logs of tb• Tenon. NATVIAL for beauty, and completemere, to be as a Ant-elays Work upon the knorystiog &object. Tbe rift Volum* to to Ti. VE•THIARD by anyone@ .1 300 Rograrinp ia tbe Ant style of art. Wit parts of ski above Work, h.
04 February 1854 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF TIPPERARY 121 CUMBERED ESTATES COURT.

COUNTY OF TIPPERARY 121 CUMBERED ESTATES COURT.

In the Matter of Rho USTATE of RICHARD WILLIAM MONSELL, .LA E*Q.. Owner. EDWARD COLDSMID, and GEORGE CARE GLYNN, Es u Pei dimmer,
25 February 1854 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
VICTORIA HOUSE. FIRST SPRING ARRIVALS. MEIN PROPRIETORS to the snivel of a Choioe and Elegant Selection 1. of GOODS, suited

VICTORIA HOUSE. FIRST SPRING ARRIVALS. MEIN PROPRIETORS to the snivel of a Choioe and Elegant Selection 1. of GOODS, suited

to the SPRING TRADE, via. Plain, Stripes, Cheeks, and Panay Glues, Brocaded and Damask Silks. BAYADARE ROBES, BAREGE, BAYADARE, FANCY, NORWICH, Alio BRADFORD PIECE GOODS, PLAIN AND PILINTID MAIM, LONDON C/ILNTZN/, COMM., &C. Preach Pilled Square and Long Shawls. Barege and Wool
15 February 1854 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
DUNGARVAN ELECTION PETITION.

DUNGARVAN ELECTION PETITION.

On Tuesday evening, after the Speaker hid taken the chair, the petition of Wm. henry Gregory. EN, of the city of Dxhlin, against the return of John Francis Maguire Esq., as representation of the ho: rough of Oungarvan was presented. Th- petition which is printed in the appendix
08 February 1854 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
SECOND DAY-FIRST RACE.

SECOND DAY-FIRST RACE.

TA! LOW STA rs of 3 rove. eat+ , kalf-forfeit, with 90 sore. added. Weight for age, 9 yeses old, 9st ; 4 years old, 121 be ; 5 years old, 11=4 71be years old and aged, 12s1. Horses that won • Steeple-Chase, value 90 sore. (money added) to carry 71be extra. Se. cond horse to save
08 February 1854 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
'CI* LUIIL.d Tbronidt. AND SOUTHERN COUNTIES' AGRICULTURAL AND COMMERCIAL GAZETTE.

'CI* LUIIL.d Tbronidt. AND SOUTHERN COUNTIES' AGRICULTURAL AND COMMERCIAL GAZETTE.

'CI* LUIIL.d AND SOUTHERN COUNTIES' AGRICULTURAL AND COMMERCIAL GAZETTE. VOL. V.-NO. 573. I Mr. WALPOLE eonsiiiiirsd soma alterations I n 57. 11 gENISON vas in favour of a coniatistais a given to that it was so? They weir bend It. test the saes ht the evident* Which had r . I per
04 February 1854 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
IN Till COURT OP Till COYMISSIONSRS ENCUMBERED ESTATES IN LOBLAND.

IN Till COURT OP Till COYMISSIONSRS ENCUMBERED ESTATES IN LOBLAND.

IN COURT OP COYMISSIONSRS ENCUMBERED ESTATES IN LOBLAND. In dr el ERT•TH of FR•NCIIII POWS! I sod Padloaar. By of die Commission% .11r. JOHN THORNTON. will, ea SATURDAY, the fhtli slay 0 FEBRUARY, 1944, or the hams of Twelve 0 Noon, ACT UP AND BELL Bx AucrioN. it Hawes hood. is t
04 February 1854 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
WEST INDIES.

WEST INDIES.

SOUTRAKPOW:I? - 11 - 1;•1 7 . - - - -ii;ii1911:11 ship Medway. arrived to-day from the West Indies. left St. Thomas on the evening of the 7th inst. The fever wee again eommeneing at St. Thomas . and that Wand, with some of the surrounding smaller islands, likewise being frightfu
04 February 1854 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
The destined for service in the Baltic is now nearly ready for sea, and as soon as a large order

The destined for service in the Baltic is now nearly ready for sea, and as soon as a large order

for ammunition, which is biting zaanufao. tared at Hounslow, shall have been completed. the order for its departure will be given. The first division has already left Portsmouth harbour . for Spithead, and before the 6th of next month —.-- ----.— ROYAL AND LIFE . the entire flee
18 February 1854 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRTAO7I4.

MARRTAO7I4.

February 1, et the Parish of Ft Marylebone, ITenry Hodges, of Lowestoft, to Emily, eldest &tighter of the Chevalier George Manglers, attache to the Portuguese Embrey in London, and Portuguese Consular-General for Ireland. On Wednesday, February Nth, at Gammonsield, by the Bey. M
11 February 1854 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland