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the coleraine chronicle. parliamentary intelligence.

the coleraine chronicle. parliamentary intelligence.

HOUSE OF LORDS— Friday, Mat THE DCKE OF CAMBRIDGE. Lord Rf.desdale remarked upon the manner in which the newspapers h.d spoken of the delay of the Duke ot Cambridge in proceedin'; to the seat of war The Duke Newcastle said the Duke of Lara bridge was acting under orders of the <
13 May 1854 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Orders Committee.—The following and enjoyed its heat must convinced that it rosolntions have been renorted the .Standi.,-.' Orders . tether

Orders Committee.—The following and enjoyed its heat must convinced that it rosolntions have been renorted the .Standi.,-.' Orders . tether

recommendation than a proof of its econo- C.nnuiuec:—l. “That, in the case of the Hally- «v. Jta deodorizing proper, van t.ms prepared, mena. It hlvioonev, Coleraine, and Furtrush .lunclion great, and it may used with profit and ad- J. p... ,1) Hill, poiiii.n, for dispensing vri
13 May 1854 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
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13 May 1854 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
BANGOR SLATES

BANGOR SLATES

Xow Landing, and on Sale, 30 THOUSAND COUNTESSES SLATES, TONS QUEEN'S Do. GIVIN k Co. Coleraine, 10th May, 1554.
13 May 1854 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
DOXUBRRV K.VXISKILLBM RAILWAY. l aIJIC II L'liclinx .Saturday, <i, sengeri, 3(*’l 1, and MaiU »ponding w.ck last yfar 1- and

DOXUBRRV K.VXISKILLBM RAILWAY. l aIJIC II L'liclinx .Saturday, <i, sengeri, 3(*’l 1, and MaiU »ponding w.ck last yfar 1- and

■£JU 7 .. 10 £UJ £2OO I 210 l i.sTF.it Kan.WAY.—Traffic tor the week endi ■rg 10,001; amount £O7l ice., Jorrespooding week, 1853: I'a-si'ngers, l",(ilil; amount, £5BO 12 . I!) 11 itAi.LVURN Railway.—The tratli this rail . end.lie May (i, 1854 : ,971; amount £525 BO9 12 XB.ll 15
13 May 1854 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ESTABLISHED 1841

ESTABLISHED 1841

Medical, invalid, and general LIFE OFFICE. 25, Pall Mall. Since the Establishment of this Society, 5,074 Policies have been issued for £2,090,029 with £90,305 of Annual premiums. Two Bonu«es have been declared (in 1853), adding nearly 2 per cent, per annum oa the average sums as
13 May 1854 - Tuam Herald - Tuam, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
ATHLONE, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1854.

ATHLONE, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1854.

HEALTH KLSIOUED ! HOLLOWAY’S PILLS. SURPRISING CURE OF A CONFIRMED ASTHMA, AFi’EH FIVE YEARS’ STANDING. The following testimonial hat been tent to Proftssor Ho/lowag, by a Gentleman named Middleton, of Scotland Road, Liverpool. Sir—Your Pills have been the means, under providenc
13 May 1854 - Westmeath Independent - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE.

THE ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE.

Incorporated by Charter of George the First A.D. 1720. ROBERT CORBET, AGENT, 5, COLLEGE-GREEN, DUBLIN. LIFE ASSURANCE with BONUS (which hat averaged 43 per Cent, the Premium) ; or lower rates, without Bonus. Moderate Premiums and a fair division of Surplu*. £lO,OOO may be assure
13 May 1854 - Westmeath Independent - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
GRAND JUNCTION RAILWAY OF IRELAND COMMITTEE,

GRAND JUNCTION RAILWAY OF IRELAND COMMITTEE,

The committee to which have heen referred the above bill, and the Midland Great Western Railway, and the Great Sou hern and Western Railway Bill, met Tuesday for the first time, in the committee-room. No 11, the Earl March the chair. There were numerous petitions against the sev
13 May 1854 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
30MBARD5IENT OF ODESSA—FURTHER DETAILS PUBLISHED.

30MBARD5IENT OF ODESSA—FURTHER DETAILS PUBLISHED.

30MBARD5IENT OF ODESSA —FURTHER DETAILS PUBLISHED. The bombardment lasted twelve honrs and a-half. A Russian frigate in harbour blew op; two new frigates on tha stocks, and, it is believed, some small vessels of war, were burned, also twenty thirty merchantmen. The imperial magaz
13 May 1854 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland