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error UrC.S5. THEl DECLARATION OF WAR . I * (Ft-ens ~the T7cimi,.) Win if declared. A peace which has lasted the n-I 4esaitpapd period of thirty-nine yerwih any' Ibonaly hoped was to last ais many more, is at an end;- and the- three most powverful States of Europe are once mre en
31 March 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DECLARATION OF WAR.—THE COALITION MINISTRY.

THE DECLARATION OF WAR.—THE COALITION MINISTRY.

TIlE DECLARATION OF WAR.-THE COA| LITION MINTISTRY. As expected, the formal declaration of war-, on the part of the British Government. vith the Empire of Itussia, hais teen pronotinced. The State paper h wluich contains it wvas printed in a supplefnent to the ,loral Gaz,.'te, is
31 March 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST POLICE COURT—WEDNESDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT—WEDNESDAY.

flELFAST POLICE CGU.MT-WxF.:csDy. [Before I'V. S. TRAce. Esq.., I;. `i,, and the Rev. 1.L W. STEALtIG QUICI{S. !A man natnerl Jeows Mscarl jey, was introduced to the bench by Zla.rbour-Constable Sdazee, who stated that lte had coine tip witn bini ont the previous evemrta; on tile
31 March 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LIVERPOOL CORN EXCHANGE.

LIVERPOOL CORN EXCHANGE.

THIS DAY. There is good consumptive demand for Wheat, and at advance Tuesday's prices,at 3d. per 701b». Flour is in less active demand, but mint be quoted Is. per barrel dearer. Indian Corn, li. to 2s. dearer ; other articles unchanged in talue.
31 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPROVEMENT DEPARTMENT.

IMPROVEMENT DEPARTMENT.

At the meeting of the Improvement department this day, Mr. B. Gibhings announced that the Gas Company, in consequence of the high price of coals, the great rise in the other eipenses of manufacture, would raise the price of gas in the city from 6s. per 1000 feet to 6s. Bd. This
31 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CARRICK & QUINN,

CARRICK & QUINN,

Auctioneers and Valuators. AUCTION MART. 7 Oaoßoa'a BTRBET, Waterford. Liberal Cash Advance, on, and ■Kz(entire Storage for all property tent for Sale. ICJ* Out Auctions attended to [s23-ly]
31 March 1854 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
n .tTF.RFORD (H AUTF.H SKSSIOXS.

n .tTF.RFORD (H AUTF.H SKSSIOXS.

James Bessonnett, Esq., Assistant Rirrister, on Tuesday opened these sessions in the city court. H. I) nny, q., mayor, Joseph Tabiicau, Esq., an IM. Esq., also sat the bench. The following gentlemen were sworn on the GRAND JURY. Thomas B. Promor, Foreman, Joseph oorube. t Nichol
31 March 1854 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
AGAINST.

AGAINST.

Lord Carcw, Nicholas A. Power, Thomas Dillon, William Wcekes, Thomas (’. Spencer, Joshua T\. Strangman, Samuel Woods, Colonel Snow, Michael Roberts, ilUam Blain, Michael 1). Hassard, William Christmas, Joseph S. Richardson, William Peet, The chairman declared the resolution in f
31 March 1854 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
jHaiUcts. Waterford, Fridnyt 31.t2 March, 1834. Tlic weather •till continues uniolcrroptedljr line, ami Farmers have made great progress with Spring

jHaiUcts. Waterford, Fridnyt 31.t2 March, 1834. Tlic weather •till continues uniolcrroptedljr line, ami Farmers have made great progress with Spring

work. Our Imports have been pretty large, and Exports of a moderate character daring Hie past week. Our Market has much recovered from the ial; depression, and most articles have iraprovcd.in value. WHEAT—Not much Irish coming to Market, and such was taken readily at on advance
31 March 1854 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
j^ltercllanta.

j^ltercllanta.

Jonathan at the Sea-side.—Mias Smith, may I have the pleasure of taking a bath with vou, or ol bathing you is invitation which one often hears at this place from gentleman to a lady, just at ball the invitation is to quadrille a waits, and have never heard the invitation refused
31 March 1854 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland