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HOUSE OF LORDS.—LAST NIGHT.

HOUSE OF LORDS.—LAST NIGHT.

HOUSE OF WIDS.-Lesr Nrwsn. 2tRAUD OF CONTRALCTORS FOR THE .aTMILLERY FORCE. The Earl of ELLENB3OROUGIZ inquired of her Majesty's Governmlent whether it was true that con- tractors for supplying the artiltery force going out on foreign service with hay, had filled up the middle of
22 March 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EARLY CLOSING.

EARLY CLOSING.

At a general meeting of the assistant drapers of Tralee, held last evening waa unanimously resolved that depute tion from the body should wait on the proprietors of the different drapery establishments, requesting them to close their places of business at seven o'clock from the
22 March 1854 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

At hor r si dance in Catbcrinc-street, Limerick, the inst., after few houra illncas. Harriett Elizabeth Doyle, youngest daughter of the late v, O. M. b*, Hector <-f Castle Ulak- ucy, and first cousin of Lieut.-Col. Hastings Doyle. £»V I' VR!V»W« hi e.j ~ jnti:lm(;kxcr FINAI. ULT
22 March 1854 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
Lor No. 2.

Lor No. 2.

Lemonish or Leanianish, held Fee Simple, in the same and County, c-mtaining 2TGu. Or. lop. Statute Measure, and now yielding Annual Rent o. £9B 02. id.
22 March 1854 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
PORT OF WATERFORD.

PORT OF WATERFORD.

sa&rvßD. raoM. 17tb—Heroine, Davis, wheat Marseilles. Victoria, Donoghue,g.e., ........ n«rk. Wnu Pern (a). Frv, do., Liverpool. 18ih—oimilla (»«), Aylward, do., R.istol Dublin (si. Taylor, do. London. I9th—tharlesO. Fryer, Mollonrv.maize, cork. Martha Ptne, Hrenunn, canlilT. In
22 March 1854 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
In Chancey*.

In Chancey*.

RICHARD ROW: I HEREBY minim all per- Petitioner ; ions claiming to he Credit. MARIA M I'I.VILLZ, orA or Pecuniary Legatees of Respondent. i WELLINGT •Ii ANDRRHON Roar, % Esq. deceased, to furnish in writing, the particulars of their several demands (accompanied. in case of simpl
22 March 1854 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
".• 1111, Ida

".• 1111, Ida

".• 1 111, Ida titteasu liblps A RE intoaded to flail for the muterrneathmed Porte 11... from the CORK STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S OFFICE, PENROSE'S QUAY, CORK, with lir without Pilots, aud with liberty to Tow Vowels. FOR BRISTOL, Amino , TURSDA Y 44.V9 FRIDAY. • The SABRINA, Captaip Pa
22 March 1854 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
Stallion for the Year IS3I, Well kuoteu. Ililli bred, awl Beautiful Sire PRI:A .71 . _ _ ! ILL Stand

Stallion for the Year IS3I, Well kuoteu. Ililli bred, awl Beautiful Sire PRI:A .71 . _ _ ! ILL Stand

until the 14 of drcv next, in the V T•ovn of CHARLEVILLE. attending in Newcastle west on Saturdays ; and on his Mum in Dromcollnlier nn Sundays, and at the different Fairs in the neighbourhood. Terms—Farmers Mares, 30s. Groom, ; Gentlemene Morse, 2 guineas, Groom ss. ; Thoronghl
22 March 1854 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
PATRONISED FHE FACULTT. WOOLLEY’S PECTORAL CANDY, For the instant relief and speedy care of ASTHMA;COUGHS; CO DS ; And all

PATRONISED FHE FACULTT. WOOLLEY’S PECTORAL CANDY, For the instant relief and speedy care of ASTHMA;COUGHS; CO DS ; And all

pulmonic affeelions, has reeeire the stamp of public approbation. r I F, triumphs oflhis rmiarkahle Coogh Loionge, ill cases Asthma, lloarsness, Loss of Voice, Tic hi ness of the Chest, become constan ly more anil more astonishing. Common cough, when no I)h t final disorganizati
22 March 1854 - Connaught Watchman - Ballina, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORRUPTION COMMITTEE.

THE CORRUPTION COMMITTEE.

Mr. Butt deserves well of his country for the expose, to which he has contributed, of the trickery and treachery of the Komish representatives. We say the country, for the Conservative party are proved to be free of all shadow of suspicion as to their integrity and consistency ;
22 March 1854 - Connaught Watchman - Ballina, Mayo, Republic of Ireland