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TO THE EDITOR OP SAUNDERS S NEWS-LETTER.

TO THE EDITOR OP SAUNDERS S NEWS-LETTER.

Sir—Some mistakes have taken place in the account you have published of speech on the 19th insL the Continental Society in Dublin. I do not wonder that they were committed; as 1 speak very imperfectly the English language it was very easy to misunderstand the true meaning of wor
26 May 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ANSWER.

ANSWER.

GBHTtMtetf—l am Incompetent to give expression to feelingssuch a great honor overwhelms roe. The magnificent gift now presented me is the result of the kindness of generous friends, and not any deserving of mine. This it the proudest of life, and shall ever be kept in grateful r
26 May 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AXD PASSAGE SERMONS.

AXD PASSAGE SERMONS.

Moravian missions—On sijndayneit, M.h M.T l»M. •• O'clock, > SERMON win Jln the riicreb Bmhra ' BUHOP-BTRKET, «■ wnum-Mwrti «br ih. mum. u Biihoc-dkcel, DDffiONAL CURATES* FUND SOCIETY POK IRELAND.—In with the Circular Letter of . rf%et the Archbishop of Dublin. Sermons will, D.
26 May 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTIONS. Fine Arts. Second Day’s Sale of Painting* LOWER BAGGOT-STREET. MR. THOMAS FERRALL begs to announce that the Sale THIS

AUCTIONS. Fine Arts. Second Day’s Sale of Painting* LOWER BAGGOT-STREET. MR. THOMAS FERRALL begs to announce that the Sale THIS

DAY (Friday). May, 1854, wiU commence One o’Clock precisely with the Hooks the Arts, consisting of 36 Iota; after which the Paintings (being the moat valuable portion) will be resumed, commencing No. In the Catalogue, embracing Specimens of the following Blasters, via. : Ruysdae
26 May 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REPORTED LOSS OF THE TIGER.

THE REPORTED LOSS OF THE TIGER.

The follo«ing is tratMtiion of one the dc•pitches received «u Greek firm, relating the of this steamer: ,4 The steamer Tiger, vhich ran on shore near C.unpagne Custazri, Ins surrendered after combat; the crew of have been made prisoners ; the commander was wounded ; two other st
27 May 1854 - Northern Standard - Monaghan, Monaghan, Republic of Ireland
 
LIVE STOCK. INSURANCE,

LIVE STOCK. INSURANCE,

LLS. .iJOF A CONFIRMED AS'.. FIVE YEARS’ STANDING. Thefallowing testimonial has been sent to Professor Holloway, by a Gentleman named Hiddleton, Scotland Road, Liverpool, Fir—Tour Pills have been the moans, under providence, of restoring to sound health after five years of sever
27 May 1854 - Westmeath Independent - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
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27 May 1854 - Westmeath Independent - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
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lii. place under Cbriel earth ; end denied th. purer of conned of BUhop. and the pon.r of .coat, of members . arliament. Elpbth y Godly Pim.Mseli.m In one of U. blanche. I Guitar .an. J deni..,! ,|,e Di.io.ly of Ohri.l, nod Sl.ll d.nj It and l>««ethu. impugned ilio Trinity, Nint
27 May 1854 - Westmeath Independent - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
ATIILONE UNlON— Monday. Joiiy Mcrtagh, JCsq., in the Chair. Guardians present—John Lougworth, J P.; J, J. O'Sullivan, George Fleming, K.

ATIILONE UNlON— Monday. Joiiy Mcrtagh, JCsq., in the Chair. Guardians present—John Lougworth, J P.; J, J. O'Sullivan, George Fleming, K.

Keogh, N. L. Abbott, T. Lynch, and J, The nrinutea of last meeting were rend by the Clerk and confirmed the signature of the Chairman. The correspondence wax void of public iulerett
27 May 1854 - Westmeath Independent - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PAIRS.

THE PAIRS.

The fair of Strokestown held on Thursday last, was a crowded one—buyers f«om all parts of the country having attended. There was an immense quantity stock, and the quality was very superior. Prices averaged those obtained at nallinasloe and Athlooe. Pat cattle of every descripti
27 May 1854 - Tuam Herald - Tuam, Galway, Republic of Ireland