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THE TENANT-BIGHT MARTYRS AT MONAGHAM.

THE TENANT-BIGHT MARTYRS AT MONAGHAM.

We are again induced to recur to the dreadful scene recently enacted at Monaghan on the occasion of the execution of three men for having planned and perpetrated the murder of Mr. Bateson. Our contemporary, the Freeman's Journal, calls them " the wretched victims of agrarian out
21 April 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETY'S CATTLE SHOW.

ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETY'S CATTLE SHOW.

The Exhibition building and show yards of the Royal Dublin Society were opened on Wednesday to the public two o'clock, and it w.i? delightful to witness a crowded assemblage of rank, beauty, and fashion, enjoying a fine spring day in such rational and truly agreeable manner. It
21 April 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INCUMBERED ESTATES COURT—Yesterday.

INCUMBERED ESTATES COURT—Yesterday.

SALES OF ESTATES. The Chief Commissioner sat at twelve o'clock to dispose of the following property :— COUNTV WESTMKATH. In the matter of the estate of Gerald Dillon, of Glenmore, the county of Westmeatb, continued the name of Gerald Dillon, minor, the eldest son and heir-at-law
21 April 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IN THE rOUHT OF THE COMMISSIONERS FOR SALE OF INCUMBERED ESTATES IN IRELAND. COUNTY TIPPERARY. In tlio Matter of the)

IN THE rOUHT OF THE COMMISSIONERS FOR SALE OF INCUMBERED ESTATES IN IRELAND. COUNTY TIPPERARY. In tlio Matter of the)

•' 'MIK Commissioners Estate of William Hamilton will, FRIDAY, the Latham, other*, 2=l day of J UNE, 1854, at Twelve Owners; o'Clock at Noon, their Court, Robert MldUleton, Henrietta Dublin. SELL Henrietta iitreet, Dublin, SKLL Petitioner. BY AUCTION, in One Lor, the j Lands of
21 April 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WAR IN THE EAST.

THE WAR IN THE EAST.

BOMBARDMENT OF ODESSA. (from the second edition the mornino post.) Paris, Tuesday Morning —The Vienna papers of yesterday evening give intelligence from Constantinople of the 14th, that Odessa had been bombarded by the allied fleets nearly burnt. The Russian batteries surrendere
26 April 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN SANITARY ASSOCIATION.

DUBLIN SANITARY ASSOCIATION.

The weekly meeting of this association was held yesterday at the Royal Dublin Society House. The chair wan taken by Sir Edward Borough, Bart. The other members present were—Doctors Vance, Byrne, Ryan, and Mason (Honorary Secretary) ; Robert Molloy, and Brought on, Esqrs., &c. Do
26 April 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CURRAGH APRIL MEETING, 1854.

CURRAGH APRIL MEETING, 1854.

TCBSDAY, APRIL 25. Stewards—Marquis of Waterford, Sir T. Burke. Bart.; Mar quia Conyngham. Our lea-ling race meeting commenced to-day most auspiciously, the weather being delightfully fine, and the company assembled numerous and fashionable. His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant an
26 April 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REPORTED RUSSIAN REVERSES.

REPORTED RUSSIAN REVERSES.

The Times Paris correspondent writes—Despatches were received to-day the Turkish embassy from Vienna (for their accuracy I do not vouch,) confirming what was said yesterday about the defeat of the Russians under General Menschikoff, and the retreat of his corps into Bessarabia ;
10 April 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE ARMY.

THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE ARMY.

The endeavours made by Lord Gbet on Friday to direct the attention of the Government to the now all> important subject of the administration of the army was met more majorum by the responsible Minister. The Duke of Newcastle supported by Lord Habdinob, pooh-poohed any attempt to
10 April 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH IN AMERICA.

THE IRISH IN AMERICA.

A very remarkable document was issued on the 25th by (says the New York Herald) " the celebrated Irish refugee, or rebel and felon—as we believe he prefers to be styled—John Mitchel, calling upon his countrymen to refuse all aid and assistance to Great Britain in the present war
10 April 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland