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JOSEPH MATTHEWS, Auctioneer.

JOSEPH MATTHEWS, Auctioneer.

TOWN OF MONAGUAN.
07 April 1854 - Ulster Gazette - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE ULSTER GAZETTE, AND ARMAGH WEEKLY JOURNAL. AND THEN?

THE ULSTER GAZETTE, AND ARMAGH WEEKLY JOURNAL. AND THEN?

The oracle of the beautiful sequestered little hamlet of Ambermcad was an old gentleman of unobtrusive and orderly habits, whose peculiar taciturnity had obtained for him the familiar cognomen of Two Words, Mr. Canute, a Hat Two Words, dwelt on the outskirts of the village, tend
07 April 1854 - Ulster Gazette - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
anil South Western Pick 100

anil South Western Pick 100

anil South Western Pick lircut Western* HUk. l.uti-li.n ami North Western* ... Stck. 100 South Eastern.... Stck. 100 i When quotation* cannot tie Rlren, the word “buver" is inserted iot last denote that the stock ha* been inquired fur: the word “seller.” to denote that has been o
07 April 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TUR K E Y

TUR K E Y

TUR K Y CoNJn’ANTisortr., Makcr 27.—The possession of the mosques arc to declared public property. The refusal of the Sheik ul Islem to this was the cause of his ill position. All the military posts in tho city have been reinforced, and strong guards patrol the streets. Tho Paris
07 April 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RCURY, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 185 4.

RCURY, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 185 4.

late years some very satisfactory improvements have been effected in the breeds of sheep, but much yet remains to bo done. Tho Cotswold varieties, crossed with Lcicesters, have been most successfully raised by several of the llockroasters Kngland. Ono gentleman bred that class o
07 April 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FLAX MANURE.

FLAX MANURE.

that the cultivation of Flax was to extended, have for several years experimented on special Manures for the growth of that plant. In these experiments wo have been greatly indebted to the accurate analysis of the flax plant made Professor Hodges. The result of our experiments h
07 April 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
And buckle on her armour, os of old, to do or die!

And buckle on her armour, os of old, to do or die!

And buckle on her armour, os of old, to or die! Not onto u», not unto us. the guilt, the sin. the shame! God our witness, not of us the provocation came. Much wc have borne—all had forsworn but honour—still to bar From ns and from the nations the awful Fiend of War. It may not be
07 April 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
21 0 to 24 0

21 0 to 24 0

21 to 24 20 to 21 14 to
07 April 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TIU PAKI.IAstHNIAUV- M PATES

TIU PAKI.IAstHNIAUV- M PATES

TIU PAKI.IAstHNIAUV- ' -v leagtlu;' t b.Uc wv. by an\ R-di pr.pcr. j tlii; view, .••••: ;F • ;t. t-:,: ]’\i i■ s . V,ill ; l‘uM:.:i- .1 (ur..tii) - any imporuiut • r iuu iv-t- Img debate render it ncces-ury. 1 The beg ids ' to state that the tele- I'rtpbip.conmmbicali'm ij now ca
07 April 1854 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
INCX MIiERED !*.STATES COMMISSION

INCX MIiERED !*.STATES COMMISSION

rrhw- .. of the K ute oH ■ iis-io:. Dr > ■ .r, ] v. ;i 111 »!;c Owner; 1 day of MAY, ut >•l2 o’Clock at Norn, at their Court. Hcndetta-tt., Dublin, Sell flu- following and Premises, Lot No. 1. Ei-pmlf, Thomas Kossi.ewix, Petitioner. Part ol’ the Lands of Knocktne and Coolaclarri
07 April 1854 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland