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THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

KEWKW THE BRITISH CORN I'KADE DUIU.NG THE PAST WEEK. ... (From ' he Ejeprt,, »/ Monday.) e now arrived at period of lhe ye.r when the weather exercises more influence on the tone of the grain trade than any other circumstance. The rije which took place the temperature the eirly
10 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

YESTERDAY'S DESPATCHES. Paris, Monday Night.—The 3 per Centa closed on the Bourse to-day at 65f. ; and the 4i per Centa. at 911. 30c. for the end of the month. ViaNNA, Monday Morning.—The Austrian troops hsve entered the territory of Montenegro. The Archduke Albert has received
10 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
We give to-day the letter of the Rev. Mr. M'Laughlik, which held over on a former occasion from the obvioosly

We give to-day the letter of the Rev. Mr. M'Laughlik, which held over on a former occasion from the obvioosly

just and proper motive of not prejudicing the coursc ol justice respecting a transaction with which it is nearly connected. We would also give the letter of the Hot. Mr, Mr.brick winch reached u» later, any consideration of justice required its insertion. But perusal tbe two com
10 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NAVAL AND MILITARY.

NAVAL AND MILITARY.

Yestekdat.—The Admiralty gave notice Lloyda that they required more screw ateameri for tbe transport troops. The vessela upon tbe present occasion to be from to 1,400 tons burthen. They will be hired for four months certain—the Admiralty finding the coals. The Admiralty require
10 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HIBERNIAN BIBLE SOCIETY.

HIBERNIAN BIBLE SOCIETY.

The forty-eighth meeting of this, the oldest and one of the most valuable of all the societies which have been formed for promoting the spiritual welfare of Ireland, and whose establishment has led to the formation of many of tbe other scriptural and missionary institutions that
10 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS. These estates are situate about two miles north the eeaport and market town of Dundalk, extend a distance

DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS. These estates are situate about two miles north the eeaport and market town of Dundalk, extend a distance

of six miles continuously in a northerly direction to within about two miles of Newry, the second market and seaport town of the north of Ireland. The entire estate is intersected with numerous and convenient roads, and traversed by the Great Northern Road leading from Dablin to
10 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Paymasters Regiments —We understand the Horse Guards have decided that heuceforward the old rules by which civilians were eligible to

Paymasters Regiments —We understand the Horse Guards have decided that heuceforward the old rules by which civilians were eligible to

be paymasters of regiments, is to be re-established,|in consequence of military paymasters not having been found be so aatisiaetory matters of accounts.
10 May 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EDITOR OF THE CONNAUGHT WATCHMAN. Sir.—Your announeementof the receipt of letter, but too for insertion, from the Rev. Richard St.

EDITOR OF THE CONNAUGHT WATCHMAN. Sir.—Your announeementof the receipt of letter, but too for insertion, from the Rev. Richard St.

George, te'.ls he hat not finalljr abandoned his cause. The haste, however, with which his friend ‘•Hibernicus” came to hit assistance loudly proclaims that the outposts have beer carried, and the citadel seriously threatened. If their united aid be not more successful than thei
10 May 1854 - Connaught Watchman - Ballina, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
Ely«lro|>athy.

Ely«lro|>athy.

HYDROPATHIC IiSTAIH.TSHMKNT, K CAKRIOM AIION, MONKS I OWN, CORK, is unsurpassed for Air, Water, and See icry. !)r. uses Auxiliary to the Water Cure, that most excellent system, i!hc* MIIC, with »he bust and most satisfactory results. Dr. can consulted Daily the Kstablishment, 42,
10 May 1854 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
CLOSING PRICES.

CLOSING PRICES.

LONDON CORN MARKET —Monday. MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.) Weather most seasonable rain during the night and this morning. Wheat—Home growth, supply still short; foreign. Urge, chiefly from the Mediterranean forty-one • argues are announce.l mail to at Falmouth. The principal French marke
10 May 1854 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland