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HEALTH FOR A SHiLLING. H1" ° L L 0 W A Y'S P I L L S. A DANGERCOUS LIVER COMPLAINT AND SPASMS IN TIlE STOv MACiH EFFECTUALLY CuriED.-Copy of a Letter from Mr. Bostock. Druggist, of Ashton-under.Lyne, dated July 31, 1852 : " To PROFESSOR IHOLLOwAY-DEAR Sin-I have muob pleasure in
09 February 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STOCK EXCHANG—YESTERDAY.

STOCK EXCHANG—YESTERDAY.

STOCK EXCHANG-YEBTRDAY ?? OVF.RNv1EHNT h'UMDS. Ofli Cent. Consols Thre, Tar Cant. Consols for Aerount, 9thl' March Dbree and.".Quartir par Cent. stootr ior 92Zt ,1eccont, 9th March . 2 Itank Stock 9217 .. ,.217 DEBENTVRES. |A.t. pai i l door. .. up. ?? . £' ! . d. Fs , gr.i;)T7~
11 February 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

BY ELECTRICL' TELEGMRAPH1. I -s I .. . A . I 10ruans'y 9, 1864. LONDOx FVNDS-STOatC AND SHtAiRE MA1RKUoT.- Reports from Comstantinopie, announcing the accession to office of a ministry favourable to a compromise with Russia, caused a sudilen advance in English funds of one-half p
10 February 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MISS CANTWELL'S CASE.

MISS CANTWELL'S CASE.

The action of Tliss Cantvell against Messrs. Cannock and Co. has eventuated in a verdict for the plaintiff on the first issue, after a protracted trial, which excited universal interest. We con- gratulate the respectable lady who passed through such a searching inquiry on the pe
13 February 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

NEVER FAILING REME'. Y! I I OL LOWAY'S OINTMIENT. ANOTHER SURIPRISING CURB OF ULCERATED BAD> LEG8, DEBIOLITY, AND GENERAL ILI HEALTH.-Copy of a Letter from Mr. J. U. Clennell, of Newcaale-on-Tyne, dated September 20th, 18,52.- " To PROFESSOR HOLLOWAY-DEAR SIR-I am authorised by M
13 February 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WKI.XESDAY, FEB. 8, J 854

WKI.XESDAY, FEB. 8, J 854

WKI.XESDAY, FEB. 8, J Tnr. intclligcm'c received far satisfactory, that it shows that the most active preparations continue to made for going into the war, if the Emperor of Russia proceed in his course*, indicated the withdrawal his Minister*. In addition to augmentation our shi
08 February 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Extract from J. H. Hart noil's Letter the President of the Board of Trade. The success of the Rotal Insoraspk

Extract from J. H. Hart noil's Letter the President of the Board of Trade. The success of the Rotal Insoraspk

Comcast lias b<*en very remarkable. It was shewn In The Post of the 2Sth August, 1848, as the Returns themselves will now serve to exhibit, that the profits on the business of the office for the preceding four years hail amounted to the enormous sum of ,£108,031; affording a dis
08 February 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PUNCTUAL SAILINGS.

PUNCTUAL SAILINGS.

All Goods intended for Shipment are required to be delivered tdonpdde the Steamer at least sxlj. hour before the appointed time of staling. TUF. PERIODS DEPARTURE AF.F, FOLLOW! jt'et* I'l.rraonft*, and .^nutliuiteptua. frt»ni l»nl»lln . rgNHE BRITISH AND IRISH ® K Steam Packet C
08 February 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOME PRODUCE

HOME PRODUCE

farmers’ 17 fi to 0 - HEAT. WHITE do. oto VY 10 »**“*• to 10 8 nsTsh'U. SSS B—-;:.: p * ;; SECOXIIS. do, i oto 2i • « lo 0 HlLltlllx d". £ a. d. & »• d. 17 15 to 18 0 0 per Soo* 18 0 to 10 0 to 10 10 0 0 to JO 10 0 18 0 0 to 18 0 0 26 0 0 to 26 0 25 0 25 10 0 .... 22 0 oto 10 0
08 February 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EORGE DIXON offers, on the most advantageous terms, to Cash l^irehasers— East Indian Wax Candles, Opal Sperm do. French do.

EORGE DIXON offers, on the most advantageous terms, to Cash l^irehasers— East Indian Wax Candles, Opal Sperm do. French do.

do. Botanic Wax do. Finest Transparent Wax do. Do. Sperm Candles. Finest Fscnch Colza OiL GEORGE DIXON, SOAP AND CANDLE MANUFACTURER, WAHERUOMS, Nos. and 2, UPPER ERNE-STREET, (continuation of Holies-street, Merrion-square). Works adjoining the Dublin and Kingstown Railway.
09 February 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland