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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTlS. June 16, at Baleworth Rectory, Lady Fiancee Bridgeinas Simpson, of a son. June 17, at 19, Middle Gardiner-atreet, the wife of Thomas Troaton, E-q, of a son. Jane ,l ,`at 112, Stephea's-green, the wife of the Rev. W. J. Dundes, of a daughter. June 11, at Aingatown, the wif
22 June 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

THE BLACK BEA. Viuiri. JtTre 4.— Tlm! advanced guard of tJu> BHtuh baa liuuvlmhl in the direction SU&tiia, and ** to be fol* lowed by another body In thirty-fix hours. It U fearfolly hot here, and arc sadly in want fresh proTisions. H.M.B. , June s.— On the 2d in»t. the Suion an
22 June 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
with his coltm&n, h*d derired Mmor-Geuer*! Prioe« Chuoel•o€ of hl> M.jenty’i Ui« mite. t» l« the the let beuUon of

with his coltm&n, h*d derired Mmor-Geuer*! Prioe« Chuoel•o€ of hl> M.jenty’i Ui« mite. t» l« the the let beuUon of

the Aieiopol Begiment of Chmmum few men this betUlloo. with Prince Oarmerntf thrir heed,hedgot the rampeet thpewgh mbreeam. Win the inpeadbint/ edmudeg further, hed been oompeueo «o retire with the other*. . • Despite the the troope end denisl the generals end officers, this the
22 June 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE TO BUILDERS.

NOTICE TO BUILDERS.

Tenders will received by peter QUINN, Esq., THE AGENCY, POYNTZPASS, up to MONDAY, the 26th inst., for the REBUILDING and ENLARGING of Colonel Close’s SCHOOLHOUSE, POYNTZPASS, according to the Plans and Specification, which may be seen at Mr. JOHN RAMSAY’S Office, Windsor-Hill, N
22 June 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THURSDAY, JUN

THURSDAY, JUN

PERUVIAN GUANO n.VLY ft CO., SEEDSMEN, CONTINUE TO hold GIBBS, BRIGHT, CO.’S PERUVIAN GUANO, direct from themselves. Thu value of this Manure has already well tested - by itself alone it has been able to raise large Crops from poor Soils, when almost all other manufactured artic
22 June 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON NEWS

LONDON NEWS

WEDNESDAY. [by magnetic telegraph.] London, Wednesday, June 21. THE SIEGE OF SILISTRIA. Vienna, Tuesday Morning.—The following is from Russian despatch the action of the 13th, General Schildera received a wound, which rendered amputation of his left leg necessary, and Prince Gor
22 June 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
AUSTRIA AND RUSSIA.

AUSTRIA AND RUSSIA.

The Times remarking on the great sig<<i6cation of the convention between Austria and the Porte, says, that it in e!f a positive act of hostility. Austria joins a belligerent power during war for the purpose of driving out the troops of the invader. This is certainly inconsistent
22 June 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Lot No. 1

Lot No. 1

The Interest in the Lease of two remarkably neat and well-built Houses, Nos. and Upper MountpUasant-avenue, Rathmlnes, Subject to the Rent of 6.'. Gs.; Lease 71 years, from March, 1848. and set at each. I.OT Nn i. The Interest in the Lease of that large Dwelling House. Yard, and
22 June 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
C-2T PARTICULAK NOTICE. S U F FEKE RS.

C-2T PARTICULAK NOTICE. S U F FEKE RS.

retired having been reetnred to health In few Jay*, after many years of great nervous suffering. anxious make known to others the means of cure. Will, therefore, send (free), receiving stamped envelope, properly addressed, copy of the prescription u*cd Direct, the Rev. E. DOUG L
22 June 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SINGLE or DOUBLE HARNESS For Sale, a powerful dark Chcsnut Horse, first-rate condition, and perfectly gentle in harness; warranted sound—At

SINGLE or DOUBLE HARNESS For Sale, a powerful dark Chcsnut Horse, first-rate condition, and perfectly gentle in harness; warranted sound—At

Mr. CLARENDON'S Riding School, Great Brunswick-strcet.
22 June 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland