Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 34,794 articles

MB. HENRY STONOR.

MB. HENRY STONOR.

We publish short letter which has been ad' dressed, by the proprietor of this paper, to the editor of the Catholic Standard, It is from no desire to appear eonspicionsly before the public that have adopted this course; but it is, simply, from an anxiety to see justice done to an
22 April 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Cammuttiratian.

Cammuttiratian.

22 April 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
WORK AWAY I

WORK AWAY I

WORK AWAY 'Work sway while you may. When you once begin boy»; Never stay by 'the wav. If you wish to win boys I Idle folks may stand an gase. Never mind—press on boys I .Make the most of sunny days' Honest labour merits praise I So never stay by the way, . When you once begin, bo
22 April 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATH OF LADY GEORGINA MAGAN.

DEATH OF LADY GEORGINA MAGAN.

The death of thii lid; hiving occurred in in sudden manner at the residence of Capt. W. 11. Mlgtti, M.P., at Clonearle, near Phillipslown, King's County, Thursday last, it was deemed advisable to hold inquest upon her retnaina ; but owing to the absence in London of Capt. Magan,
07 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
EXTRAORDINARY MISSION FROM THE EM-PEROR OF RUSSIA TO THE KING OF PRUSSIA.

EXTRAORDINARY MISSION FROM THE EM-PEROR OF RUSSIA TO THE KING OF PRUSSIA.

EXTRAORDINARY MISSION FROM THE EM-PEROR OF RUSSIA TO THE KING PRUSSIA. Cork WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 5, 1854. faint hope or peacc lias been raised even at the last hour by a startling picce of intelligence which the Magnetic Telegraph has communicated the following fonn:— The let
05 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BUTTER TRADE.

THE BUTTER TRADE.

take the following important extract from Messrs. Jones Brother*' Circular, dated London, 3rd April, 1851 " scarce, ttocks of both Irish and Foreign not equal to a week's consumption—scarcely fiikin respectable Irish left—the weather much warmer aincc Friday last, but still very
05 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE OFFICE—Yesterday,

POLICE OFFICE—Yesterday,

(Before Captain Pollock and A. F. M'Namara, Esq.) Mary Tyrrell and two other young women, who were reinanded on the previous day, were brought up chargcd with stealing a £10 note from a Mrs. Buckley of Paul-street. Mr. Pierce Fitzgerald appeared for the prisoners. From the evide
05 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWS OF YESTERDAY.

NEWS OF YESTERDAY.

{By Magnetic Teleoraph.) THE BALTIC. Kiel, Monday. —Five English steam-frigates sailed yesterday up the Baltic and passed the island of Bornholtn. The navigation of the Uulf of Finland is not yet open. Paris, Monday Evening. —The report of a defeat of the Turks at Silistria, pro
12 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. DUFFY AND LORD CLARENDON.

MR. DUFFY AND LORD CLARENDON.

(From the Evening Mail.) Mr. Duff; in pamphlet offensive and defensive (gainst the onslaughts of Citizen Mitchel, lets out one part with regard to himself which deserves a passing notice : " Let tell you now, Sir, what has never dropped from pen before. On the eve of the fifth c
28 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
7T HOUSE OF COMMONS,

7T HOUSE OF COMMONS,

HOUSE OF COMMONS, Friday, \farrh 31. REPLY TO THE ROYAL WAR MESSAGE. ] Isinl Ji'HN RUSSELL moved the answer Pi her Maiesty'a Message. More than half century ha«l, I said, elapsed since such Message hail been sent to Parliament . anil, for forty years, the nation had enjoyed | the
04 April 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland