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FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.

FROM OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.

LosDoN, FIDAto NIoGtr. TiP. rumour which has been industriously circulated both liere and at Paris to the effect that a telegraphic despatch had been received from Berlin, announcing the rejection of the uloilnctissstun2i of the Western Powers by the Czar, is disbelieved here, a
20 March 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Assize Intelligence.

Assize Intelligence.

. gssijr JIntelligeare. * TYRONE ASSIIES.L Tirs fscal business ofo these Assizes commenced on a Thursday, the 9th inst., at three o'clock, when. the fole E lowing GrandJury were siornbefore tse High-Sheriffn ta Daniel Bsird, ?? thRfisr.RT 'XVIaidau Lo wmoan; Forem lsn Sm-uel Galb
13 March 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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EEAD THE NEW EDITIONII ON NERVoUj AND GrNERATIYN DIsEASES. Just Published, 20th Thousand. Illustrated %ith Coloured j Engravings, Price ls., or in sa sealed envelope, free by post, for 18 Postage Stamps. H EALTH AND HAPPINESS, the means by - H E vwhich they may be obtained, a med
11 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BANQUET TO SIR CHARLES NAPIER AT THE REFORM CLUB.

BANQUET TO SIR CHARLES NAPIER AT THE REFORM CLUB.

BANQUET TO SIR CHARLES APIEa AT TEE, IBA E RTEFORK CLUB. n I Vice-Admiral Sir C. Napier, KOC B., who is appointed to the command of the Baltic fleet now assembling at Spithead, was on Tuesday night entertained at a splendid banquet by the members of the Reform Club The dinner too
09 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PRESTON STRIKE.

THE PRESTON STRIKE.

THE PRESTON STRIKE In this, the 29th week of tee struggle, the operatives' committee have distributed 8,2481. 6s. 9d., amongst 14,066 pereons. The number relieved last week was 14.878, at a coat of 8,288f 2s. 2d. From this it will be been that the decrease in the number of hands
22 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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READ THE NEW EDITIONII ON K1WOUS AND GCNERATIVE DISEASES. Just PublIshed, 20th Thousand. Illustrated with Coloured Engravings, Price Is., or in a sealed envelope, free by post, for 18 Postage Stamps. EALrUH AND) HAPPINESS, the means by SIL which they may be obtained, a medical wo
22 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BALTIC FLEET.

THE BALTIC FLEET.

PORTSMOUTH, SATURDAY NIserd.-The first division of the Bbltic fleet has departed on its warlileu mission, amid the cheers of thousands of spectators, in the presence of the Queen and the Royal family, and attended by the best wishes of the whole nation. Of the naval force which
14 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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T YBALZI, DB LIN. TO-MORROW EVENING(Saturday), March 25, the Performences Wil] commence with the' Opera of MASANIELLO. Mitsanieloi, Mr Hlaigh; AIphonzo, Mr J W Manley; Pietro, Mr. Durand; Elvira, Mi3s Lanza; Fenella, Mdlne. SIt Leonin. To conclude with the Dramra of THE CORSICAN
24 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PREPARATIONS FO WAR.

THE PREPARATIONS FO WAR.

THE PREPARAIONS FO WAR It ;A ..hA TV --A_ . It is said that Lord Raglan intends to take With him to the east an experienced photogrApher. Through the Society of Arts a reference has been made to the Photographic 80- ciety on the subject, and the suggestion, we understand, origina
24 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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HEIBATRE ROYAL, DUBLIN. On TO-MORROW EVENING (Thursday), March 2d, the performances will commence with the Grand Historical Opera of THE MAID OF JUDAH. Ivanhoe, Mr Haigh; Cedric, Mr Durand; Wamba, Mr Worboys; Friar Tack, Mr Vaudrey; Sir Brian de Boisguil- bert, Mr King leaae of Y
01 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland