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EAKM AND GARDEN ?EEDS,

EAKM AND GARDEN ?EEDS,

THAN HERETOFORE. To enable them meet the greatly increased demand, they have considerably Enlarged their Stores, and have now fur Sole and will have arriving to them Weekly, Large Lots of and Foreign, Bed, White and Yellow Cloven, COW GRASS, TIMOTHY, PERENNIAL and ITALIAN RYE GR
24 May 1854 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
A CA»E O? CLERICAL SATH BITS.

A CA»E O? CLERICAL SATH BITS.

A CA»E CLERICAL BITS. BEST QUALITY. wnxToa ■•ran. May 23, 1854.
24 May 1854 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

CA.RDS. *-jo 11ARt AiLLEN'.S [tALL AND GALULIaES 28,LcwU' ?? of Recdy-maderclotlingt ?? with a large assort- hent o Readymadtye Clothing. arirdt etylf, Best materials, j)0031 PAP'ER-.Puroaarsmay selectfrnthlaet it stock Of Room Papers, at MAUaRIC BRoot Wholesale Ond Retail Wareho
26 May 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPM. ENGLISH FUNI)DS-YESTnEDAY. LONDON STOOK AcD SHARE MAeEIT.-Engliah market has shown increased buoyancy, and console further improved 4 per cent. As the cons1ul shutting approaches the demand for money stock increases, assisting the rise. Railways actively su
27 May 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRE ROYAL.

THEATRE ROYAL.

THEATRE ROYAL The Cenerenftola of Rossini, aa produced In the English ver. sion for the first time these many years on Monday eve ing, at our metropolitan theatre, seems to have excited quite a sen satibn amongst the patrone and admirers of opera and tiel drama In Dublin. We have
25 May 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE RUSSIAN FLEET IN THE BALTIC.

THE RUSSIAN FLEET IN THE BALTIC.

I- THE RUSSLANFLEET IN THE BALTIC. , I We copy, the following from Ir'aws masgasit 7!hm fieet, it Will be, seen, preaento a formidable ary of nirhes and figures; but iF our readers will tum to our navy Ijat they will see as goodly a list at leat of 74's discarded as almost uselea
25 May 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The defeat of the Government the question of Chuich Rates, which the tclcgraphic intelligence announced in our last impression, must

The defeat of the Government the question of Chuich Rates, which the tclcgraphic intelligence announced in our last impression, must

be considered fact of great importance, whether from the largeness of the majority, the nature of the issue, or the sentiments which the different speakers expressed. They all agreed that a great principle was at stake, which if affirmed could not be confined in its application
26 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
QUEENSTOWN PETTY SESSIONS—Yesterday.

QUEENSTOWN PETTY SESSIONS—Yesterday.

[Before W. M. Drew, and J. N. Tarrant, Esqrs.] SERIOUS CHARGE. Mr. Barry, solicitor, Queensiown ; and Mr. Allen, solicitor, appeared before the Court tn obtain tbe judgment of the Bench in reference to the charge preferred Messrs. C. & W. D. Seymour against Mr. Nicholas G. Seymo
26 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The Turkish Soldier.—Generally speaking, be otters no offensive lantuage, gets into no brawls, is never drunk, nor ever absent from

The Turkish Soldier.—Generally speaking, be otters no offensive lantuage, gets into no brawls, is never drunk, nor ever absent from

his post. In the system of discipline belonging to the Turkish army there no soch guard-house, simply because it not required.
26 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

(From the Mark Lane Express of Monday.) From the general tenor of our remarks for some time past, it may have been gathered that we were not unprepared for the improvement which the tone the wheat trade has undergonewithin the last week or two,and though we do not anticipate any
26 May 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland