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IRISH FARMERS’ CLUB.

IRISH FARMERS’ CLUB.

A meeting of the above club was held on the 25th inet Present—Thomas Thompson, Keq., of Hoilywoodratb. in tbe chair; William Donnelly, Thomas Hutton, K. F. Mulvany, Esqrs, &c. The minutes of last meeting haying been read and confirmed. The Secretary produced a statement of the a
28 March 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
nclfrst Hallympna.-W paid .. .. Dublin and Wicklow, 6/ paid .. .. Ditto, 7/ in B paid 4* Ditto for

nclfrst Hallympna.-W paid .. .. Dublin and Wicklow, 6/ paid .. .. Ditto, 7/ in B paid 4* Ditto for

Account .. . .. .. 4^ Iriah South Eastern, 12/ paid .. .. 6>Z Great Southern an-i Western, paid 42 x The next Account Day for Shares will be the 31st of March. Names to be furnished on before the 30th. PIER HEAD. DUBLIN. ARRIVALS TO 9 M.— -WIJf»-BW. Arrived—March Herald, Glasgow
28 March 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

March 27. In St. Peter’* Church, by the Rev. William C. Greene, Robert, son of Robert Courtenay, of Upper Glouccstcr-strect. thi* city. Ksrj . to Msry Henrietta, daughter of the late John Manifold, of Ballyniov-cy, in the county of Wicklow, Esq. On the nit, at her residence. No.
28 March 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
W. BROOKE. DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS.

W. BROOKE. DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS.

The above House and Lands are situate within two English miles of the Malahide Station. The Dwelling House is commodious and well situated, standing in the centre of a Krge Lawn, and command* fine view of Howth, Malahide Castle, See. The Out Office* are very extensive, and reple
28 March 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS—Yestkbdat.

HOUSE OF COMMONS—Yestkbdat.

Mr. Msgoire presented petition from places in Ireland praying for discharge of the order for the secret committee to inquire into the conventual institutions. Mr. Hanley asked Lord John Russell whether the govemroeut proposed to extend the provisions of the Settlement and Remova
25 March 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUFFERERS-

SUFFERERS-

A Retired Clergyman, having been restored to health few days after many years of great nervous suffering, anxious make known to others the means of cura* will therefore send (free), on receiving stomped envelope, properly address d. a copy of the prescription used. Direct, the R
23 March 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ALES, POUT EE, &c.

ALES, POUT EE, &c.

N.B.—Aiwa vs on hand large supply of Jama Rum, Itritish Bran ly. Cordials, : qneures, &c.
28 March 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY OF ARMAGH, WIT. \KF. NOTICE, that tho GENERAL QUAR- L TER SESSIONS of ACE for said County, will liolden

COUNTY OF ARMAGH, WIT. \KF. NOTICE, that tho GENERAL QUAR- L TER SESSIONS of ACE for said County, will liolden

at tho times and places following : ALLA"ROT. TUESDAY, 2Sth March, 1854 At MARKET HILL, SATURDAY. Ul April ARMAGH. WEDNESDAY, April. At LURGAN, TUESDAY, 11th April Datod this 4th March, 1854, order, LEONARD DOBBIN, Clerk of the Peace. To al! whom it may concern.
28 March 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
WARRENPOINT.

WARRENPOINT.

Coal, l»eal nml *»late lard TO LET. TO T.ET, for such Term may be agreed upon, the YARD and PREMISES as occupied by th« late Mr. Robert Moore. App’ication to mode Mrs. MOORE, the Premises, Duke-street, Warrcspoint, who will treat with any parly wanting same. Warrenpoint, Fab., 1
28 March 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
AIITI2LII NAPOLEON.

AIITI2LII NAPOLEON.

TONTINE ROOMS, ARMAGH. MR. O’HORKF, of tlio Chapel Royal, D.tblin. boss reapeclfully to announce Nolrliijr. Gentry, ami Public of Ai 'iiaglt ami Yicin tv, that his suevneiied the ceh-hraled ARI'IIUR NAPOLEON. fur GRAND CONCERT, lake place in t!>e above Room*, THURSDAY EVENING ne
28 March 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland