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DKPASTDBI OP TBOOPB FROM

DKPASTDBI OP TBOOPB FROM

OP FROM The MoniUmf of Monday morning announces that General Canrobert, and the first portion of the troops destined for tbs army in the East, left Marseilles yesterday evening six o’clock. Tbe departure of Prince Napoleon for tbe Bast U definitively fixed for the of April. The E
22 March 1854 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
filE ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 22. 1864.

filE ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 22. 1864.

ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 22. 1864. prtotor, whoerar U be, woold Mlt ba mfUtmt with th« iurt, rapine attitude of the heirs of Mahomet 11. great ioflaenoe on the effiiirs of Barope seems natarally to belong to the Sovereign of Ooaetaatinople holding the gntee of the Mediterranean
22 March 1854 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PREPARATIONS FOB WAR

PREPARATIONS FOB WAR

Additional Cavalbt von Tdrkbt.—ln addition to the regiments which we announced were under orders for embarkation for Turkey, consisting of the 4th sad 6th Dragoon Guards, Bth and 11th Hussars, and 17th Lancers, we are now enabled to state that the Royal Dragoons, the 6th Inniski
22 March 1854 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
re-appeared at Kingston, in the Lunatic Asylum and the public hospital, and seventeen deaths bad in both institutions to the

re-appeared at Kingston, in the Lunatic Asylum and the public hospital, and seventeen deaths bad in both institutions to the

last date. Visit or Lord Ltsutrsaitt ths Royal or Soßonons.—ln compliance with the Invitation of the president and council of the Royal College Surgeons, Excellency the Lord Lieutenant attended last evening ** rm * iottitalioo. The oocsaion was rendered more than usually ten sti
22 March 1854 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RILES

RILES

Horses to be ridden by Officers on full pay in the army. Anv Officer who has never ridden a steeple chase to he allowed 7tb. Any Officer who has never ridden the winner in a steeple chase allowed 4tb. Riders not incur penalties for any regimental or garrison races. Horses to car
24 March 1854 - The Irish Racing Book and Sheet Calendar - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STEWARDS

STEWARDS

Marquess of Waterford. Marquess of Clanricarde. Marquess of Drogheda. Earl of Howth. Sir Edward Kennedy, Bart Francis V. Bennett. John Bennett. John Bayly. lion. Secretary—John R. Francis Biddulph. Commanding Officer, Birr James Drought. Richard Falkiner. Wills C. (Jason. John G
24 March 1854 - The Irish Racing Book and Sheet Calendar - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.

NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.

BLUE COVERS WILL, FUTURE, BE BENT TO SUBSCRIBERS with the last paper for which they have paid, when they are respectfully Informed will be requisite to renew their Subscriptions before the next publication. &lic “Aid Yourselves, and Heaven will aid too.** DUBLIN, WEDNESDAY EVENI
22 March 1854 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
thereby injuring the board still more. The conseq ence of this neglect was, that more than half the c.rgo was

thereby injuring the board still more. The conseq ence of this neglect was, that more than half the c.rgo was

destroyed, and the gram that was worth at the current market prices, when the ship Odessa, was reduced in value to £2,322 18s. Galway, being de*d loss of £2,842 to the owners of the property. , After Mr. Fitzgibbon concluded his statement, the court adjourned To-lday, when "'•ru
25 March 1854 - Galway Mercury, and Connaught Weekly Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
Oughterard Union.

Oughterard Union.

PHE Board of Guardians of th® above Union 1 will, on TUESDAY, th© April next, consider proposals for the supply of the following arti- to be delivered at the Workhouse free expense for carriage, in such quantities as may be required, from the 25th March, to the 29th September ne
25 March 1854 - Galway Mercury, and Connaught Weekly Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
Paris has invented a portc monniat, of correspon-

Paris has invented a portc monniat, of correspon-

dinely small dimensions, contain them. It is attached to the finger by a ring, and stows away fifty or sixty francs in gold, in the same space that would be occupied by one siiver franc. ~ . , Some calculations have just been made which show the large amount of business transact
25 March 1854 - Galway Mercury, and Connaught Weekly Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland