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Lor XIII

Lor XIII

all in the occupation one solvent and respectable tenant who has a considerable interest in his holding, under lease of three lives renewable for ever at the yearly rent of £129 4s. 7d. A large portion of the Estate is let tenants under the Court of Chancery, whose tenancies wil
28 March 1854 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS,

DEATHS,

Ins house, yesterday, in Jumos's-strect. Mr. Edward Mackin. for nearly eleven years connected with this oftico foreman printer. London. Lady Jcpbson. In Henry-street. Mr. Michael O'Brien, Sergeant on the Staff the Limerick Countv Militia. Coloony-strect. Limerick.aged 77 Sergean
28 March 1854 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
FIUST- CLASS

FIUST- CLASS

‘"'v . VOHK, from* <ih'. Ti.e Glasgow, adny, 11 April. 1.1 j. TV. (>Ol>—r.vor? F-r- Sill f.,r ig. at 71 (Sundays aft« r tidp p'rroit*. Tuosda v , p.m., and every Saturday, (.I,A>(.OW
28 March 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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s* = = rq ? Proposals for the purchase of any of the above Lots may sent tn the Solicitor for the Owner and Petitioner, to the 10!h diy of April, inclusive, and will be submitted to Mr. Commissioner HARGUEA\ for approval. Dated tins 18th day of February, 18."»4. J, LOCKE, Auctio
28 March 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
MANSLAUGHTER AT HTDEPABK,

MANSLAUGHTER AT HTDEPABK,

Bernard was indicted for that he, 19th March, did feloniously kill and slay Jane Crotmnte, Hydepark. Sir Thomas Staples, Q.C., stated the case for th® Crown. The prisoner, he said,'was arraigned for the manslaughter of his own wife, Jane Croramie. It would be proved that he had
28 March 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
TUE ALLEGED TRAFFIC IN’ PLACES 15V THE IRISH MEMBERS. THE POLICE PAY MASTERSHIP JOB. Mr. James Fottrell sai l.—l a

TUE ALLEGED TRAFFIC IN’ PLACES 15V THE IRISH MEMBERS. THE POLICE PAY MASTERSHIP JOB. Mr. James Fottrell sai l.—l a

Solicitor and live Dublin. lam acquainted with Dr. Gray. stated to him that I had heard of a chaigo that would bear upon Ibis inquiry, but I had ground far fixing it upon any particular Member. The Cii airman State the nature of the case. Mr. Fottrell. A friend of mine was paid
28 March 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEWRY TELEGRAPH. MAHCII 2P», lBr)4.

THE NEWRY TELEGRAPH. MAHCII 2P», lBr)4.

28 March 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
HOLYHEAD MAIL.

HOLYHEAD MAIL.

2 LONDON, MARCH 26. HER MAJESTY, &c. Bin Palack—Saturdat, March 25.—Her Majevy walked at an early hour the gardens of the palac*. The Pr- sident of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Hull attended at the palace this morning and had audience of hu Royal Highness Prince Alb
28 March 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Sale This Day of a variety of Household Furniture, Eight-day Clock, by Me Master ; Pianoforte, set of Telescopes, Dinner

Sale This Day of a variety of Household Furniture, Eight-day Clock, by Me Master ; Pianoforte, set of Telescopes, Dinner

Table, a Camp Bedstead, a Study Chair, in leather ; an enclosed Dressingstand, Brussels Tapestry, and Kiddertiii»stor Carpels, Pedestal Sideboard, large Chimney and Dressing Glasses, a Grecian Sofa, hair-cloth; Sofaa and Couches, damask; Easy Chairs, in morocco; Mahogany Leo Sof
28 March 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SALE in Continuation THIS DAY of the remaining portion of the Stock of the late B. Ford, consisting of Brushes,

SALE in Continuation THIS DAY of the remaining portion of the Stock of the late B. Ford, consisting of Brushes,

Combs. Perfumery, and Fancy Articles ; the entire Shop Fixtures. Counters, Glass Case*, Porch Doors, and Gas Fittings ; with a large quantity of Packing Cases, Boxes. Miscellaneous Effects, Ac. Sale at Half-past Twelve o’Clock. The Furniture, Oil Paintings, and Household Effects
28 March 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland