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THE WAR BUDGET.

THE WAR BUDGET.

The CHANCELLOR the EXCHEQUER said that had at this unusually early i»er»>d of the year to bring the financial position of the country before the house. First, because from the growing increase of amount of the public burdens, it was right to so. Next, because there was a proposi
07 March 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
George dixon offers, the most advantageous terms, to Cash Purchasers East Indian Wax Candles, Opal Sperm do. French do. do.

George dixon offers, the most advantageous terms, to Cash Purchasers 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, WAREROOMS, Nos. I and 2, UPPER ERNE-STREET, (continuation of Holles-street, Merrion-square). Works adjoining the Dublin and Kingstown Railway. JH. FE
04 March 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UNIVERSITY OF LONDON.

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON.

Notice is hereby given, that Wednesday, sth of APRIL next, the Senate will proceed to Elect Examiners in the following departments Examinersh ips. Salaries. Present Examiners. Akts. X . . T. B. Burcham, Esq., M.A Two CI«»lM Smith, Eaq., LL.D. Two In Mathfrantiosl , . t UcavUiOc,
04 March 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

The intelligence from the East, received yesterday, presents very important feature. Kalafat, to which all eves are turned, as the probable scene of formidable struggle, was still in possession of the Turks, according to the last accounts. A force of 25,000 Turks were prepared t
04 March 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PERSECUTORS OF THE NUNS.

THE PERSECUTORS OF THE NUNS.

It was upon the question of penal legislation against the Nuns, and of compelling the inmates of Convents to submit the insulting inquiries of their inveterate calumniators, that the Tory Opposition obtained their first victory over the Government of Lord Aubbdeen. Let this care
04 March 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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21 March 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY.

TO THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY.

PRICE IRISH STOCKS PUKING THE WEEK. i Mos. .Tits. \Vki.s. Thb-<. Fmd. Sat. 3 per Ct. Consola.... 1 •••••• Do. I*»tb April * ***]“ 3 per Cent. Keel ...... .•• —••• ••*••• ****** Cent. Stock.. .—•• * Do. Acct. April £ Bank Stock...- , *’ Grand Canal Comp., 4 per Ct. City * 4 per C
21 March 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
al parliament. IMPERI HOUSE OF COMMONS—Fetdat, March 17 CCO.NTISUED FROM THE OF SATURDAY.) lA:<t was given bring in the University

al parliament. IMPERI HOUSE OF COMMONS—Fetdat, March 17 CCO.NTISUED FROM THE OF SATURDAY.) lA:<t was given bring in the University

Bill which was subsequently read first time, and ordered to read a second time on Monday fortnight. rights of neutrals. The order of the day for committee of Ways and Means having been moved, ~ .... Mr GIBSON moved address to her Majesty, praying her Majesty to give special inst
21 March 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY MARKET.

MONEY MARKET.

Titursdat Evkxing. —Demand for money out of doors, coupled with apprehension that the exportation of gold to France was likely to continue, operated adversely English funds during forenoon, and consols receded per cent. Eventually, however, the report from Vienna of fresh negoti
18 March 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING POST, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1854. SAILING OF ADMIRAL CORKY’S FLEET.

THE DUBLIN EVENING POST, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1854. SAILING OF ADMIRAL CORKY’S FLEET.

THE DUBLIN EVENING POST, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1854. SAILING ADMIRAL CORKY’S FLEET. London, Friday. —Admiral Corry’s flag-ship the Neptune, I*2o, and the Bulldog, 6. sailed from Spithcad yesterday for the Baltic, and the St. George, 120, with the Desperate, 8, left Plymouth Sound l
18 March 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland