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DUBLIN STOCK bICUANUK— BAISUUI. aorißftiiitiT rcnos. per Cent Consols _______ 90s Ditto for account March 90) Percent Stock 9] j

DUBLIN STOCK bICUANUK— BAISUUI. aorißftiiitiT rcnos. per Cent Consols _______ 90s Ditto for account March 90) Percent Stock 9] j

Ditto for Account 9th March _.... Bank Stock ................................ 218 JOIST STOCK BASKS National Rank... (221 10s) 23 Royal Bank (101) 18f STKAM. __ City of Dublin Steam Company MOTS. General Mining Company Ditto for Aeeount 3 Royal Hibernian (K) aaiLWAVa. paid. Belf
06 March 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JARDIN D'HIVER, At II APPEARED JAHUABY, 1854. Come, all ye lovers of frost end enow, ho here time on bands,

JARDIN D'HIVER, At II APPEARED JAHUABY, 1854. Come, all ye lovers of frost end enow, ho here time on bands,

and nothing do; Come with me for an hour to the Jardin d'Hirer, Which all sensible people call " Dargau's shiver." What a change has come over the splendid house Once, 'twas as brisk as a hive. Now, 'tis still as a moose. Where beauty in bunches was wont to bloom, Tou now see bu
06 March 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Cabinet Couhcil.—A Cabinet Council -was held at the Foreign Office Wednesday, tfaree o'clock. Tbe ministers present were—Tbe Earl of Aberdeen,

Cabinet Couhcil.—A Cabinet Council -was held at the Foreign Office Wednesday, tfaree o'clock. Tbe ministers present were—Tbe Earl of Aberdeen,

Lord Jobn Russell, the Marquis of the Lord Chancellor, Earl Granville, Duke of Argyll, Lord Palmers ton, tbe Earl of Clarendon, the Duke of Newcastle, tbe Chancellor of tbe Exchequer, Sir James Graham, Sir Charles Wood, tbe Right Hon. Sidney Herbert, and Sir James Molesworth. Th
03 March 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Rumoured Inquibt into the Conduct the Captain or the Tatleur.—A report has been in circulation during the week that it

Rumoured Inquibt into the Conduct the Captain or the Tatleur.—A report has been in circulation during the week that it

is the intention of our local Marine Board to institute inquiry into the conduct of Captain Noble, in connection with the loss of the unfortunate ship Tayleur. Two charges are, it is said, to be brought against Captain Noble—6rst, of neglect in not making use of the lead; and se
03 March 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

MARCH. The Queen's County Hounds will meet on the following day Saturday 4th, Moyne— At 11 o'clock. The Louth Hounds meet on the following days:—Mondayj6th,Tallanstown ; Wednesday Bth, Rocksavage; Friday 10th, Moortown To meet at quarter before eleven o'clock sharp each day. The
03 March 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANT SITUATIONS—Letters Pre-paid. AS Lady's Maid, a respectable young Woman, who perfectly understands her businers has been accustomed travel a

WANT SITUATIONS—Letters Pre-paid. AS Lady's Maid, a respectable young Woman, who perfectly understands her businers has been accustomed travel a

Protestant, and can well recommended.—Address, '• Built ha," No. South Anne street, Dublin. AS Cook, a steady, active, young Woman, a Protestant, who understand** her business in all its branches, soup*, jellies, and pastry, the making her own barm, fancy and household ; can sup
27 March 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
We bare received letter from Mr. Birch vindication of himself. We give all that appears pertinent to the subject. A

We bare received letter from Mr. Birch vindication of himself. We give all that appears pertinent to the subject. A

great portion of the communication refers to other matters, and being irrelevant, we omit it: TO TUB EDITOR OF THE EVENING MAIL. Sib—Whatever opinion some like myself may entertain regarding the soundness of your political views, there are few who will deny you the merit of main
27 March 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH REFORU BILL.

THE IRISH REFORU BILL.

The Irish reform bill will not rary Tery materially from that introduced Lord J. Bussell for England. There will be, however, some difference, arising from the different eirenm* stances of the two countries. It is not, we understand, intended to alter the Irish county franchise,
04 March 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
plaints CuUcs Con*tipati< nof Gout the Bowels I Headaches Consumption Indigestion

plaints CuUcs Con*tipati< nof Gout the Bowels I Headaches Consumption Indigestion

Sold Hi. dSotS'KiWm* tlnoiwhomt Uic Cltlllawl World, »t tlw lol'owlnf •; «, sd., lit., M»., - < * I aV-Thuc CODfclrtcrable lorlng tj 'dt "* ~1' K.B.—Dlroctlcni. for th. or rtlkoto In are affixed each Bo® . 99-Sold Use CfcampUm'* OSico.
18 March 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE HAIR, COMPLEXION, AND TEETH.

THE HAIR, COMPLEXION, AND TEETH.

'■f’HEIR Preservation, Improvement, and Self-ma-1 nagement, with important and really necessary information on the EYKS, EARS. HANDS 8c FEET. Numerous Recipes for the most Fashionable Perfumes and useful Preparations, with mas* of information calculated to cobance the personal g
18 March 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland