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COUNTY OF LONGFORD.

COUNTY OF LONGFORD.

LOT No. I. Part of the Toenland of I.7;rtronmurtszli, in the Barony of Shrule, containing Ws. Oa. tie,2 statute tuentiure, the eteire of which is au the blonds of one tenant, and fiehliug the annual peed: reut.ot £43 Os Sd.
25 May 1854 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
ITALY.

ITALY.

The Pope is stated to have entirely recovered from his recent that the trial of the persons accused of having been in tlO assauination of Count Waal had taken place, and had result. d in the nindemnation of two to death; three to the galleys for lifr ; two to twenty years' tabou
25 May 1854 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
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24 May 1854 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BEAK AND THE HORSE.

THE BEAK AND THE HORSE.

Another alleged proof of the bear's sagacity that when be has seized a horse, and the terrified prey in his agony drags his foe after him. the hear in order to stop the headlong speed of the affrighted horse, retains his hold with one paw, while with the other he firmly grasps t
24 May 1854 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
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26 May 1854 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
morvßMDt caoMd by the rencontre of the 28th at Toma -'-where, m ie •niTCfeelly believed, the Kafctiaoe bed more then

morvßMDt caoMd by the rencontre of the 28th at Toma -'-where, m ie •niTCfeelly believed, the Kafctiaoe bed more then

1,000 men killed end wounded—end tbe oonerquent of leleee end KarekeL is not known whether the Jerks sabocqaeotiy edvenced from the lest-mentiooed pieces, bat the proceeded to reconnoitre they met with their enemies between end Kedoven, end seogainery coofl ct ensued, which ende
26 May 1854 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UKUKNTUKEB.

UKUKNTUKEB.

Amt. paid up. I i •. d. | For Cash | For Acct. Dimness Uon*. Local. I City D*k«niurcs,« per Cent, j 6 I Railway. I I Unbllnend Kingstown Debs., 4 per oent of .. | 100 0 99 I SHAKES. JoIYT hTOCK UaMKS. | J . .. I 2» 0 0 20 I Stkam. City of Dublin oioAin Fecket Co. | 60 j 39i d | I
26 May 1854 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MK. J. REYNOLDS AND MB.' F._SCULLT, THE CORRUPTION COMMITTEE. (From tko Daily Ntwt of Wtdnetday.) ibis committee re-aaeembled, and, contrary

MK. J. REYNOLDS AND MB.' F._SCULLT, THE CORRUPTION COMMITTEE. (From tko Daily Ntwt of Wtdnetday.) ibis committee re-aaeembled, and, contrary

general expectation, examined thiee more witoeseea. The commitUe, it appears, bad determined to do thk in consequence of haying since their last sitting received communication from Dr. Gray in which he asseverated that, on the occasion of a division in the House of Commons on th
26 May 1854 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEATHER—THE CROPS.

THE WEATHER—THE CROPS.

The crops in this locality are greatly improved In appearance since the late rains, as tbe frost and drought had greatly retarded their growth before it came. During whole of Monday it rained without intermission and conferred a great benefit on farmers, for wbicn they have righ
26 May 1854 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
fcEYIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE THE PACT WBfcIL The arrivals of wheat coattwise port of bare been the ume

fcEYIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE THE PACT WBfcIL The arrivals of wheat coattwise port of bare been the ume

retail eas for timt .?* entire quanti.y reportei up to Saturday) er.nloi h ' ,_ to i,897 qu.rura The ab ence ol •npntka rented rate naive tr n«c>iooi takiog the en unwilling operate with the market «k> bare Really choice qnahtiea wou! -, probably, hare brought liperquarter mure
24 May 1854 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland