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THE WAR.

THE WAR.

ilEU WAR. We bave no coufirmatiun of the movements of the Ruesian generals on so many points of the Dauube or the suecesses of the Russian armies.- The telegraph runs a-head by many days of the actual details, and only ;gives- "the pith and moment of the euterprise." We shall soo
03 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Poetry.

Poetry.

-J?, 1PUTru. TiHE SHlIP AT ANCHOR ls- sh - ' r beatlli nl ? reposing there Oi hier own-, shat'dow. with bar White wings fAtrl'd: lnoveless. asi in the sleepy sunniy air. Rests the maeek; swall in hr on wratery -eornd. Is she not 1)ealitifiil ? hler griecefnl bow Triulmil)hant ris
03 April 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ORANGES AND LEMONS.

ORANGES AND LEMONS.

ORANGES AA-ND LEMONS. the gaheritt anti he blossoming; they ttY i at he saiti to be pr"oducing" all the year round. ~A varjetv otf other fruits wi l be frequentl~y grown in, these quiet- ens, stch as brcgaacto eos&c.. but on~v for the local consum-ption, o~rages be'ing 'the sofae
03 April 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
KINSALE, APRIL I-WIND S.W.

KINSALE, APRIL I-WIND S.W.

Arrived —Nil. Sailed-H. M. steamer Advice, for B'lfast; Morning Star, Crowley, Cardiff; Beaver, Ward, Llaneily; firin, M'Carthy, Cork.
03 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
EVEN-HANDED JUSTICE.

EVEN-HANDED JUSTICE.

Within the last week the discretion of police magistrates in Dublin has been strikingly illustrated by decisions in two cases of a congenial description. The first was that of Mr. Barlow, a Town Councillor, an elderly man, and member of the municipal government, bound by the gra
03 April 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Dungannon Coal—The discovery of coal in this neighbourhood is likely to prove of great consequence. The mine is worked by

Dungannon Coal—The discovery of coal in this neighbourhood is likely to prove of great consequence. The mine is worked by

Messrs Hughes, and Co., and thequality of the coal produced, far, is equal to the best Newcastle, and produces gas of the finest description. Dungannon has just been lighted with gas made from thii bed of coal, and report speaks highly of it. Mr. Gibb, manager of the Armagh gas
03 April 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PREPARATIONS FOR WAR.

THE PREPARATIONS FOR WAR.

Gallipoli appears to the point on the Turkish coast which has been selected for the landing both of the French and British contingents. As will be seen on reference to the map, it very conveniently situated for that purpose. It can easily defended against any land attack, and tr
03 April 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
No. 34,943 MAIL, 3 LONDON, APRIL 1 (From the Tinea City Article.) The colonial markets dorin* the week hare been

No. 34,943 MAIL, 3 LONDON, APRIL 1 (From the Tinea City Article.) The colonial markets dorin* the week hare been

rather nuiet At sales of eager both refiners ami dealers hare been free buyer-, but at price-, in many instances, 6d. per cwt. lower. Coffee has been flat, and for plantarion Ceylon there are pumharera except at lower rates. Privately a nf Bt. Domingo has been sold for the Medit
03 April 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OFFICERS Going abroad should supplied with ELVERY AND COMPANY’S Portable H-ds, Portable Tubs, Portable Ground Sheets, Portable Haversacks, Pot table

OFFICERS Going abroad should supplied with ELVERY AND COMPANY’S Portable H-ds, Portable Tubs, Portable Ground Sheets, Portable Haversacks, Pot table

Canteens and Cups, Portable Swimming Belts, and WAIEKPROOF Boots, Shoes, and Hate. J. ELVERY and COMPANY, Side Manufacturers ofthe New HARDWICK CAPE with SLEEVES, THE ONLY WATERPROOF GARMENT That can be Worn over the REGIMENTAL COAT. J. W. ELVERY AND COMPANY’S WATERPROOF Fishing
03 April 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AUSTRIA.

AUSTRIA.

Vienna, Thursday Night —The Austrian Bank yesterday declined the propositions of the government to advance hard cash on the security of the State domain. Russian deplomacy is making great efforts to prevent the hostility of Austria. If they succeed, they think they are sure.
03 April 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland