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THE POOR REMOVAL BILL—DEFEAT OF MINISTERS.

THE POOR REMOVAL BILL—DEFEAT OF MINISTERS.

TIHE POOR REMOVAL DIILL-DEFEAT OF . ?? -2 ol : e A' lW -Ni ISTREIRS;. Ilt :. & Settlement anid Removali Bill wa postponed on Monday night.. until the 28th of Aprilj |:;g'air~st the streruruos eflurrts of the- dliinihtnriitl pal;: I, on an ppe zneint to rhoyt ?? which was carried
31 March 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEATH ON THE BATTLE-FIELD AND IN THE CHAMBER.

DEATH ON THE BATTLE-FIELD AND IN THE CHAMBER.

DEATH ON THE BATTLE-FIELD AND IN THE CHIAMBER. Tsro following- reflections presented themselves to r Patrick O'Brien, on viewing the, field after the battle 'of Oitenitza, a spirited narrative of wvliub lie gives in his .Torenoi of a Res-idence rin tired Danubian P-rinceipa.- Iii
31 March 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Markets.

The Markets.

--r -r tle fflarhas. B ELFAST. T1U1rSSDAY, MARCIc SO, 1854- TjIE weather is changed, and w'e have had some heavy rain last night and to-day, which1 will furtlier vegetation. Fsarimiers sepplies ligh!t an1d prices tending npwards again. Tilie accounts received fro.:mi liverpuol av
31 March 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
In our report of the proceedings before the Mayor Wednesday, an error occurred in the observations nf the Mayor. His

In our report of the proceedings before the Mayor Wednesday, an error occurred in the observations nf the Mayor. His

Worship was made to say that " several poor tradesmen" had called on him ; hia statement was that several poor labourers," had called him.
31 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
It is stated that Mr. Brewster succeeds Baron Pennefatber, Mr. Keogh to be Attorney-General, and Mr. Butt to be Solicitor-General.—Limerick

It is stated that Mr. Brewster succeeds Baron Pennefatber, Mr. Keogh to be Attorney-General, and Mr. Butt to be Solicitor-General.—Limerick

Chronicle. Charles Blennerhassett.'Esq., of Ballyseedy, is appointed a magistrate for the county Kerry. Letters patent from the Oueen have been received appointing Lieutrnant-Colonel Larcom permanent Assistant Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. Heretofore the appointme
31 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
POSTAL COMMUNICATION WITH LONDON.

POSTAL COMMUNICATION WITH LONDON.

We revert to the subject of the debate in the House of Commons on Wednesday, in order give the following remarks of Colonel Dunne, which were omitted in our telegraphic report of the proceedings " Colonel Dunne said th«t the right hon. gentleman, the Chancellor of the Exchequer,
31 March 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DECLARATION OF WAR.

THE DECLARATION OF WAR.

The following Declaration appears in a Supplemental Gazette published on Tuesday evening:— It is with deep regret that her Majesty announces the failure her anxious and protracted endeavours to preserve for her people and for Europe the blessings of peace. The unprovoked aggress
31 March 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHERINE HAYES—INTERESTING TO THEATRICAL MANAGERS.

CATHERINE HAYES—INTERESTING TO THEATRICAL MANAGERS.

A case of considerable importance, in which onr fair countrywoman was the virtual defendant, has just been decided in the Supreme Court of New York. John B. Dillon and Richard O'Gorman, gentlemen well known Ireland, were counsel for the defendant. The plaintiff was Nicholas Anth
31 March 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
dFoitiniii PASSAGE the DAN IRE *,'/ RUSSIANS. V.lnsa, Monday Evkniso. —A telegraphic despatch of the 21th, from Rocli..rc a, says,

dFoitiniii PASSAGE the DAN IRE *,'/ RUSSIANS. V.lnsa, Monday Evkniso. —A telegraphic despatch of the 21th, from Rocli..rc a, says,

that on the •diid, one in the afternoon, IS.IhIO Russians crossed the river from Hraila to Gvdslnd, without meeting with any resistance from the Turks. The march of Russians from Braila continuing, so that it was expected by evening that cimsi.K-,- ahle corps would assembled bet
31 March 1854 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
LIXER A T U R E

LIXER A T U R E

LIXER A T R •< Or,', Circle of the Science,"-{V Amen Corner. lonJont-We Unv. lh. numberof thin interestingpenoiiiceh tssteliiUy sitieii matter rnricty ecientifie sul'.iei ts, - illustmteil Those who 'f the limpid founlnin science ran refres moderate price, nn.l with comparatively
31 March 1854 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland