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RURAL AND DOMESTIC ECONOMY.

RURAL AND DOMESTIC ECONOMY.

j«J at ■■ Con. -M iouodocnl one of .U for the purjKiee of dlscuMcd The,object M.d, Bomber, of tbi. dub, aai The reconuncnded, but dw»y» »u * ho, r.L™ -bo boUtbeir ™uuo k lb.t many h.ve oW, 0 -»i le.v. tb«r « Ule, .n.l their fortune, in Mother country; end others ££ their to »ch
13 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONDUCT OF THE WAR.

THE CONDUCT OF THE WAR.

A question from Lord Clanricakde in the Upper House, and the rroting of the Nary Estimates in the Lower, on Friday, led to another protracted and driftkm discussion, not only the conduct of the war but the remote and proximate causes its origin. It is perfectly fair and necessar
09 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROTEUS WILBERFORCE.

PROTEUS WILBERFORCE.

The ex-Secretary of the defunct (Roman) Catholic Defend Association, whilom an unworthy cleric of the Church, and ol late remarkable only for his blundering declarations of stupid obedience to bis Papal master, surely restless a mortal the celebrated Jew whose vagaries See has p
09 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CABINET COUNCIL

CABINET COUNCIL

Summonses were issued Thursday for the meeting of the Cabinet on Saturday afternoon. The time nam -d was two © clock, but it was past three before the Ministers assembled There was a very full atlcmlaucc of the Ministry, including th» Prime Minister, the three Secretaries of Sta
09 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY,

THE RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY,

On Friday evening the fifty-fifth annual meeting of the members this society held Exeter Hall—Mr. S. M. Peto, M.F., presiding. The Chairman, in introducing the business, remarked upon the universality of the society, the simplicity of its agency, and its tendency to diffuse amon
09 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRANCE AND ENGLANI>—FESTIVAL OP UNION.

PRANCE AND ENGLANI>—FESTIVAL OP UNION.

PRANCE AND ENGLANI>—FESTIVAL UNION. We are Indebted to Mr. Andertoo, of New Bridge-street, the influential member of the London Corporation, for valuable suggestion, which earnestly hope see carried into effect, from the conviction that this juncture it would do much to strengthe
09 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EDINBURGH NATIONAL GALLERY.

THE EDINBURGH NATIONAL GALLERY.

This magnificent edifice is now externally completed, the builder, Mr. Lind, having fulfilled his contract so far as the outward structure is concerned. The founda ion stone of the gallery was laid on the 30th of August, 1850, but, owing to the roadway to the west of the Mound h
09 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Om mM rrmt, ktnrerar, Mk |te» W tirs. W. J. •rrir.d tk, „. Saturday monlMt. Tta »"«■»■ rMmy vat IkaGood

Om mM rrmt, ktnrerar, Mk |te» W tirs. W. J. •rrir.d tk, „. Saturday monlMt. Tta »"«■»■ rMmy vat IkaGood

Frt- .from tfco and Britidi North America, si day df Uee GroefrA and they kept it aa la wont great frora the iSUi nIL, bat vat foetivaL rtayin* lata and (Mine and rerJUn* mm* f „ thirty boor, off Habfci, and brought, beeidea th. footivitv. ware bep» awake by tfrmr ebonting for m
11 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTS A SITUATION, as WORKING-STE WARD, or STEWARD and HERD, steady, intelligent man, who an excellent Ploughman ; he also

WANTS A SITUATION, as WORKING-STE WARD, or STEWARD and HERD, steady, intelligent man, who an excellent Ploughman ; he also

understands draining, the growing of flax, and has a Uiorough knowledge of farm management in every particular; has much experience in buying and sellinc, and many diseases in both sheep and cattle; is good seed-sower. Can produce long and satisfactory testimonials, and refer to
13 May 1854 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
1735 bain. 28854

1735 bain. 28854

Wkdnkidav, 17.—ArdOnan, Tipperary; Balanafare, RoKommon; Bauroe, Clare ; Belleek, Fermanagh ; Conroy, Donegal ; Dundalk, Louth ; Feakle, Clare; Fuerty, Roscommon; Hillsborough, Down; Kilmurrybricken, Clare ; Klltealy, Wexford ; Kiltormerkelly, Oalway; Longßeld, Leitrim; MaguireV
13 May 1854 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland