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on TBl ©CCASIOn Of Hl* BEMOVAL TO OMAOU

on TBl ©CCASIOn Of Hl* BEMOVAL TO OMAOU

©CCASIOn Of Hl* BEMOVAL Sir. .. . . WE caunot permit you us without bearing our tesiitnony to the very efficient maimer in which you discharged the duiiea ol Manager ol the Ulster Daub here, during a residence aimmgsi us nearly three years. sincerely I your removal, and beg you w
07 April 1854 - Ballyshannon Herald - Ballyshannon, Donegal, Republic of Ireland
 
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07 April 1854 - Ballyshannon Herald - Ballyshannon, Donegal, Republic of Ireland
 
t THE ADDRESS TO HER MAJESTY

t THE ADDRESS TO HER MAJESTY

THE ADDRESS TO HER MAJESTY cordial aoaoimity ibo Lorda tod Con* moua voted the Addraaa her Alajraty io reply to the Royal Whatever dlAfveoee of opinion to the t the lata oagoeiatitov, all agraad 10 dataronoiog proaacole the war which ia now toeviuble. the member* of the Peace Soc
07 April 1854 - Ballyshannon Herald - Ballyshannon, Donegal, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH INSTITUTION.

IRISH INSTITUTION.

The general cummiUee met at Cbarlemoct House Tuesday last, the 4lh inat. There were present in Chair, The Earl o Lord Talbot de H-tlabiu?, John P'got, John Barton. J C Stronge, Jenkins, Robert Call well, F Mulvaoy A , Fowler, Thomas Hutton, DL Wm Brocas, John Nugent, M L>; and W
07 April 1854 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
alike premature and ungenerous to censure. The stories about the Russian fleet leaving Sebastopol, and disembarking troops on the Turkish

alike premature and ungenerous to censure. The stories about the Russian fleet leaving Sebastopol, and disembarking troops on the Turkish

coast and between the George and Sulina mouths of the Danube, arc not believed. A corn brig saw some ships making sail some direction," and out that information the daring defiance of Russia in the Black Sea was manufactured. One good effect, however, was the lifting of the anch
07 April 1854 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LOUDS—liilesdat, April 6.

HOUSE OF LOUDS—liilesdat, April 6.

The Karl n.quired bow it was the Britiso fl-et bed g id-e B'-ioue Bay, and bad per* mined Russian vessels to qu.t witn troops for Circassia. T: e E«1 of CLARENDON said that reveived co effi ial information ou the sot jeer, that be did no: bell-ve that aoy Russian troops bad been
07 April 1854 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BLACK SEA FLEET.

THE BLACK SEA FLEET.

The Earl of MALMESBURY’ inquired how it was that the British fleet had been lying idle in Beicos Bay, and had permitted Russian vessels to qnit Sebastopol with troops for Circassia? The Earl of CLARENDON said, that he had reecivcd no official information on the subject, and that
07 April 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SCOTTISH RIGHTS.

SCOTTISH RIGHTS.

The Karl of KGLINTOX presented a petition from the National Association for the Vindication of Scottish Rights, and moved an humble address to her Majesty, praying that she would appoint a secretary of state for Scotland, that additional members of Parliament might allowed to Sc
07 April 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BE L F AST M

THE BE L F AST M

penny stamp receipt, and other reductions under this head, is only J86,050. the assessed taxes there is an increase of £H7,H3.1; and, in the property tax for the quartor, the immense increase of £415,481, which wo can only suppose to arise from the vigorous collection of arrears
07 April 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
37iifllis!) iHavkfts.

37iifllis!) iHavkfts.

LONDON, Wednesday, April 5 Grain English wheat closed with firmness at Monday’s advance. Foreign steady at late rates. Floating cargoes very firm. Barley in fair consumption, flats in good sale, but not dearer. Less excitement generally the trade. - e»t India in limited demand,
07 April 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland