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THE CASTLEWELLAN STABBING CASE.

THE CASTLEWELLAN STABBING CASE.

William M‘Mullan was indicted for an assault on Michael M‘Cartan, cutting and wounding him, with intent to do him bodily harm, at Castlcwcllan, on the Ist of May. Michael M‘Cartan, examined by Mr. Ei thves. —Was in the fair of Castlewellan, the Ist of May last; between the hours
27 June 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
TO BE GENBKALS IN THE ARMY.

TO BE GENBKALS IN THE ARMY.

GENBKALS IN THE ARMY. Lieut-Oeuerals Samuel Brown, from late York Light Infantry Volunteers; Dennis Herbert; John Viscount O’Neill, from Coldstream Guards ; Right Hon Sir Edward Blakeney, OCR, 7th j Foot; Sir Thomas Hawker, KCH, oth Dragoon Guards; Sir John Wilson, KCB, 31th Foot
27 June 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
For Male.

For Male.

ELEGANT NEW MAHOGANY SQUARE SEMI-GRAND PIANOFORTE, by Collars) & Collars), Patent Repeater Action, Raised Top, Fret- Work, Double Round Ends, and Carved Logs, Octaves. Price, Guineas. Apply to JNO. HAGARTY, Professor of Music, 65, Hill-street, Newry. ECONOMY AND ELEGANCE IK MERC
22 June 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE THE CRYSTAL PAIACE AT SYDENHAM. I pirations and happy visions of peaco had disappeared (Cheers.) It is to their

THE THE CRYSTAL PAIACE AT SYDENHAM. I pirations and happy visions of peaco had disappeared (Cheers.) It is to their

eminent talent, and to thei V.-tv t*i i'.>">• rk-pwwskvtatives 1 War, with all its horrors had burst upon them; unwearied zeal and iteuluity, that the collection o , t . ' and, although deeply deplored that it had been these treasures of art Irhich we all admire is mainly Friday
22 June 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Flax growers are informed that well-saved FLAX STRAW (with without Seed) purchased DONAGHMOYNE MILL, for Cash, on delivery, by the

Flax growers are informed that well-saved FLAX STRAW (with without Seed) purchased DONAGHMOYNE MILL, for Cash, on delivery, by the

Ton; and, also, that to suit the convenience of some persons. FLAX will carefully SCUTCHED the usual tonus, by the stone —at DONAGHMOYNE STEAM SCUTCH MILL, during ensuing Season. N.B.—All applications the subject of FI.AX, LINSEED CAKE, and LINSEED MEAL, to Ihj addressed to Mr.
24 June 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
WILLIAM BOLTON and CO.

WILLIAM BOLTON and CO.

JMPOKTANT TO CONSUMEB3 09 TEA. Bag to Inform their Friends and the public that they hare lately made large purchases the finest Black Teas, chosen by their Agents in London and Liverpool; and as there been ao ranch damaged Teas lately in tbe Market, and which have been justly co
27 June 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
J. W. ELVERY AND COMPANY’S WATERPROOF

J. W. ELVERY AND COMPANY’S WATERPROOF

Slphonia Pocket Coat and Cape (weight eight ounces), Ladies’ Siphonia Hoods, Capos, and Paletots, Waterproof Coat- *nd Capes expressly for Clergymen. Reversible Alpaca Coats and Capes, Zephyr Swansdown Coats and Capes, Leggings, Trousers, Caps, and Hats, CAR AND KNEE APRONS. Ame
27 June 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST ACCOUNTS.

LATEST ACCOUNTS.

WE are »orry to elate that the latest account* from our Correspondents in Oporto and Cadiz speak very unfavorably of the Vine Crop again this year; they are'affected to a very considerable extent, and in some districts the crop is of little or no sse. The consequence that all cl
27 June 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUMMONS.

SUMMONS.

Viknna, Monday Morni.no.—The [night before last tbs Russian reply to the Austrian note reached Vienna. to the effect, that as a mark of high consideration for Austria Roasia consents to evacuate the Turkish territories. IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.
27 June 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CARRIAGES.

CARRIAGES.

Clarence, Phaeton. FOR Sale, Colclouab Old Ettabushed COACH FACTORY. . .. No. and 24 DUKE-BTREET (off Gr^Vm-ftreet). A circular- fronted Clarence, highly flnuhed for one a pair ln good order, respectable buikkar. Pony Phaeton, English build. One ditto, own build. Queen pattern.
27 June 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland