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Price M tn n sealed envelope through all Booksellers, or sent post free from the Author for Postage Stumps. Sufferers

Price M tn n sealed envelope through all Booksellers, or sent post free from the Author for Postage Stumps. Sufferers

should not be persuaded by the Bookseller to purchase inferior Works, other Authors, from which he derives larger profit. TIIF. MEDICAL ADVISER On the nnd physical decay the system, produced hv dclu-ive hatuts, excesses, mid infection ; followed OBSERVATIONS the MARRIED STATE, i
09 May 1854 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
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gratis; gratis:: gratis:::

Seventy-fourth Thousand. Library Edition. Sent free on receipt G Stomps to pre-pity postage, sc., and through ail Booksellers, pi ice 6d. Every max owx doctor? 1 popular Guide to Health, addressed to the Young, the Old, the Grave, the Gay. Physician. Admirably adapted enlighten
09 May 1854 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
BOMBARDMENT OF ODESSA.

BOMBARDMENT OF ODESSA.

The Chrmiicle Ins puMished, in Second Edition, a dcspmch .'tatinp that the English and French admirals had demanded the delivery Russian vessels at Odessa. refnsinff, seven three-deckers and eleven frijrates bombarded the town on the 24th. The Woronzoff palace i« desstroved. 1.8
09 May 1854 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
DARGAN INSTITUTE—SPLENDID BUST OF MR. DARGAN.

DARGAN INSTITUTE—SPLENDID BUST OF MR. DARGAN.

IDARGAN INSTiTUTE-SPLENDID BUST OF MB. I-DARGAN. The committee met yesterday at their office in the Com- mercial Buildings, at three o'cloch. (Hojiaos RoE, Esq., was called to the chair. The secretary read the following letter:- "Claridge's Hotel, Brooke-street, London, Hay S, 18
09 May 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SMITHFIELD CATTLE MARKET—YESTERDAY.

SMITHFIELD CATTLE MARKET—YESTERDAY.

SMITHFI.ELD CATTLE MAwRRT-YESRDAIZ. Beasts, 4,s;6; sheep and lambns, 2I,8a0 oalves,29; piga, 280. Prices-Beef, 2s 8d to 49 t6d; mutton, 8s 10d to a-; veal, 4e 2d to fd 10d; purk, to 8d to bs; lamb, 6e 4d to 69 4d. ?? 498; sheep, 220;, calves, 179.- Spauish-*Sheep, 176, Sco~tolx-B
09 May 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

L' A U W INTELLIGENCE. , | COURT OF CEHACERY-YESTERDAY. The Lord Chancellor sat at eleven o'clock. Afiacnatanee v. Vincent. This cause came, before the conrt' on the Master's report and merits. The onlyquestions to be decided were questions as to the allocation of coats. The caus
09 May 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WISH FARMERS’ EVENING I'OS'E

WISH FARMERS’ EVENING I'OS'E

THE WEATHER—THE CROPS. Dowi patkick. Mat 6.— The weather continues dry and bUsrhtioK- i* somewhat remarkable that, whiUt rain has fallen plentifully the neighbourhoods of Belfast, Banbrnlge, and Lisburn, we have had scarcely drop for miles around this district. Recorder. Ai-wav,
09 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BALTIC.

THE BALTIC.

Copenhagen, April 27th.— Ihe Chronicle* Correspondent writes, that the ravages the small|<oX appears be confined to the James VNatt, which lost a great mnny men. Conversion -Mrs Ives, wi'e of Dr. Ives late Protestant hop of Sou'h Carolina was received into the Catholic church on
09 May 1854 - Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TRALEE UNION—May 2.

TRALEE UNION—May 2.

TRALEE UNION— May 2. Numbers remaining in Workhouse to Saturday 2252 Admited this day. ... Mr. denounced in terms less strong than just the evil ef emigrating paupers the expensed' the Union. It is a system most objectionable as leading to and encouraging the grossest injustice,
09 May 1854 - Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
the MARQUIS OF ANGLESEY 1.1 '' (FROM THK GLOBS) Tt will I*® remembereJ that some week* since. , ,i,o marquis

the MARQUIS OF ANGLESEY 1.1 '' (FROM THK GLOBS) Tt will I*® remembereJ that some week* since. , ,i,o marquis

was taking his nseal walk in I „ he was striken with pralysis. and) iihoueh the attack was not in itself seaere •‘car. yet at his lime of life (on the 17tb of «,t aoith be would completed hi. 86 th sari i' caused considerable anxiety to his family. tL-gallant spirit, howoaer, wh
09 May 1854 - Kerry Examiner and Munster General Observer - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland