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CARDS. ] ilro t)EtIAT IPUR LA MPS.-The largest and cheapeat Stock .j| inlIreland. ThoseLamps allwarrantedcomplete, GREGG and SON. Lamp Makers and Gas Fitters, 18, U)p. Sackvilke-freet ICH AElL CROOKE, Avicitoneeracd Paluataor, receives con- l dignment8 of Furniture, at his "GREAT
07 April 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Hollo*** s Ointment and Pills Surprising Remedies for the Litre 0/ Had Lros~S\T%. Aiken, stewardess of a IU-tm vessel, rejn

Hollo*** s Ointment and Pills Surprising Remedies for the Litre 0/ Had Lros~S\T%. Aiken, stewardess of a IU-tm vessel, rejn

William-street, Great Howard-street, Liverpool, was afflicted for years with a dreadfully bad leg, which were several deeply seated ulcers that defiej the skill of many eminent surgeons. last she was obliged to re«ign her situation and into the Liverpool infirmary, where she rem
07 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORN EXCHANGE.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE.

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. THIS DAY'S DESPATCHES. THIS DAY. Market very quiet, with lower prices 2s. than on Monday, where sales are made of Wheat. Oats look up. Barley steady. Supplies moderate of all kinds grain.
07 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN CORN EXCHANGE,

DUBLIN CORN EXCHANGE,

THIS DAY. Sky much overcast, indicative of a change, bat still barometer is high. Market very quiet—very few transactions occurred this day's rates, except in Oats, which for prime samples a triffling advance was realised. The highest prices were White Wheat. 445.; Red 425. per
07 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
RAILWAY TRAFFIC FOR THE PAST WEEK.

RAILWAY TRAFFIC FOR THE PAST WEEK.

Miles opened I Receipt. , « Railways. I, —, 1853 1852 j 1854 1553 IRISH. £ 37} 37} Belfast and Ballymena .. .. 719 Belfast and County Down.. . 231 20 10 Cork and Bandon .. .. ifio 147 7 I 7 Cork, Blackrock, and Passage .. 181 179 53 Dublin and Drosheda .. .. 1121 7} \ Dublin and
07 April 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PREPARATIONS FOR WAR.

PREPARATIONS FOR WAR.

We learn from Gibraltar, that on the 23d ult, drafts of the 41st and 47th Regiments had arrived there, under the command of Major Farren, of the 47tb, after a very good passage of fi*e days from Liverpool on board the screw steamer Taurus. The Lords of the Treasury hare intimate
07 April 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Saunders's News-

Saunders's News-

Of tbp negative merits of Trinity College this respect it were invidious to speak, but to her honor it remembered, that she has taken part the Tractarian heresy. Now, could so much as wq have said in few words be said of Trinity College, if, like the victims of the Laurentian ty
07 April 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MOST PEREMPTORY SELLING OFF THIS AND THE FOLLOWING WEEK, JOHNSTON S’ SACKVILLE-STREET. IN consequence of the closing of MR.

THE MOST PEREMPTORY SELLING OFF THIS AND THE FOLLOWING WEEK, JOHNSTON S’ SACKVILLE-STREET. IN consequence of the closing of MR.

8. MAYSTON’S Premises. No. 11 SACKVILLE-STREET, the whole bis Goods have been removed and added our St >ck, which now forms a combination of property rare’y equalled ; and as the whole must ba cleared off before the end of this month, such A FURTHER REDUCTION in the price of eve
07 April 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN. BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS— Thursday, April 6. The Earl of Malmesbury inquired how it was

DUBLIN. BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS— Thursday, April 6. The Earl of Malmesbury inquired how it was

the British fleet had been lying idle Beicos Bay, and had permitted Ra'sian vessels to quit Sebastopol with troops for Circassia? The Earl of Clorcndon said that received no official iofermation on the subject, and that did not believe that any Russian troops had been so conveye
07 April 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WAR AND FINANCE.

WAR AND FINANCE.

In some observations on this subj- ct tbe Times remarks the particular means of finance to bo adopted for carrying on the war, is tbe question which must come before parliament in July at the latest. The choice will then be between direct and indirect taxation. A mere continuanc
07 April 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland