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THE WAR.

THE WAR.

1 I.- al. i: 0:A. : COrsci~rAQ3Vw, Jsus'26.-The Leopar ahd Valorous have ' destroyed the Crown Wharf and sose 'sAli'esl ?? in the~ Gulf; of Bothnia. , They, irfrainsd1i~om damaoginig 'j Tornea.. The 'Odin and Vutre ladd -, ne They a were attacked by sharpshooters in am bush,'and
23 June 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN MARKETS—THURSDAY, JUNE 22.

DUBLIN MARKETS—THURSDAY, JUNE 22.

a J :D N T mas, Ma J - :$ E 1 ""' t (AtiEIO 5'lcd J'c.te )Weill, ThbWleAther. which hha been wet aathishowery as to cropsj. Probably, . thlere, al -Ois a .bJ Any gesson remembered soegenerally reported as good in everyrey the cereal orbpe, the getti rojs 'et!en bay,' have lnproe
23 June 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
We publish tc-day at a length we do not often devote to police reports, the particulars of charge brought by

We publish tc-day at a length we do not often devote to police reports, the particulars of charge brought by

a person named John Mbrfhy, formerly Scripture reader and Bible expounder, but at present only an bumble tract distributor, against Sub-Constable Ccmifins, for an alleged dereliction of duty. We have been long aware that, at particular periods of the year, probably at the commen
23 June 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FROM OUR PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT.

FROM OUR PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT.

j t j , " I-ONBOW, THURSDAY. Layard, I understand, will, to-morrow, take some means of directing the notice of the house to the doctrines propounded by Lord Aberdeen in his speech on the Russian question, delivered in the House of Lords on Monday last. From many quarters clouds
23 June 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH RAILWAY RETURNS.

IRISH RAILWAY RETURNS.

MADE CP TO RESPECTIVE DATES AS 1854. 1853. Nahe Railway. £ s. d. £ s. d Belfast and Ballymena, June ... 787 5 7 ... 775 811 Belfast and County Down, Jane 18 ... 10 1 ... 273 19 1 Cork, Blackrock and Passage, Jane 17... 183 7 ... 105 13 6 Cork and Bandon, Jane 17 ._ ... 216 3 ...
23 June 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF COMMONS—Wednesday, Jure 21. The house met »t noon. The registration of bills of sale passed through committee. The episcopal and capitular estates bill was committed pro forma, for the purpose of introducing certain amendments, alter which the bill was withdrawu for the
23 June 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AWARDED A MED At, UNDER CLASS TIT. TO THE PUBLIC. VICTORIA FELT CARPETING. ~»A"T au ro.pect.bl. C.rwt Hou». in London,

AWARDED A MED At, UNDER CLASS TIT. TO THE PUBLIC. VICTORIA FELT CARPETING. ~»A"T au ro.pect.bl. C.rwt Hou». in London,

at the DUBLIN CARPET WAREHOUSE IS, DAME-STREET Tapwtry, Brussels and Kidderminster Car'petlngs. -OU CloU l * 2 4 without Beam, for covering Halls, ten! Marbles, Granites, Oaks, and Chintz Pat- Coco* jutting, Hearth Rugs, and Hemp Carpets. No. IS. DAME-STREET, MILLAR ASD BEATTY,
23 June 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONTENEGRO.

MONTENEGRO.

the Gazette d' Ayr that the hostilities of Montenegro Against Turkey have degenerated into scenes of robbery and iJiurder. Some undisciplined bands, incited by blind fanaticism, are roaming through the Herzegovina, and kill shepherds, peasants, and inoffensive persona, so as to
23 June 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Orr and Another r. Ince.

Orr and Another r. Ince.

This was an action for board and lodging, brought the assignees of Jane Ince against her nephew, the defendant. The latter contested his liability, and also pleaded the statute ofiimitatioos. Messrs. Fitzgibbon, Q.C., J. D. Fitzgerald, Q.C., and Kernan were counsel for the plain
23 June 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AN APPEAL.—An Industrious Person, who carried-on respectable business this city, has by long illness, been reduced to great distress. Their

AN APPEAL.—An Industrious Person, who carried-on respectable business this city, has by long illness, been reduced to great distress. Their

health being now partly restored wishes to resume little business to help to support large family. Any contributions for the above benevolent purpose will he thankfully received by the Rev. Mr, Keene. A deUide-. .ad, or J. E. Eaq.. City Coroner. 40 Lceson-street, or 47 Darae-str
23 June 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland