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THE BREVET.

THE BREVET.

?? ? T I ;?;vI . I 1. , ?, %, ! ?? i" It , I ' -wAR:6OF1.1CkLJ ,e "o' Y' ;Promotlbons ubjeoltot new egalqtions'abiu' to be proulat d us by royal~~wgrronat,, .. .. ,*l of ?? ?? E OFFIC-JtrN1120. s o be Lieultenipt.QensrglnteAII-~~ eea i ?? lo., . WAR OFFICE-Jne 20.l at Hen5183vXT.
24 June 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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VOL, XVIII.—No. 27.] Ma&ic. * **o lovely Peaoe, ith cron’d." NOVELLO'S cueap music is Sold by every respectable Music Seller and Bookseller in Ibis Ton an,. Neighbourhood. tST Catalogues post-free on sending six stamps to 69, Dean-Street, Soho, London.
24 June 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
RAISING OF ’’THE SIEGE OF SILISTRIA.

RAISING OF ’’THE SIEGE OF SILISTRIA.

this moroia? from Vienna states ♦bat, the 13th a sortie was made on all sides from Si'istria, and an expedition undertaken to an island ©•'posile the fortress where the Russian batteries and works were destroyed. The Tmks are construct* inaf strand batteries on the north side of
24 June 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS

BIRTHS

At Lynn’s Place, on the 17th June,Mrs.James Harper of daughter. At Ballina, the lady of St. John Purcell, Esq-of a daughter. MARRIAGES. On the 19th inst, at the Chapel, Skreen, the Rev. J. O'Boyle, P.P., Sligo, Joseph Mulhall, Esq.. of Boyle, to Anna, daughter of the late P. O'C
24 June 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
(THE PREMIER ON PEACE, (From the Morning Pott.) It will be seen from tbo following cbarac teristic conclusion of Lord

(THE PREMIER ON PEACE, (From the Morning Pott.) It will be seen from tbo following cbarac teristic conclusion of Lord

AnEßDßiiN’s speech delivered Monday night, that his lordship,who fivc-nnd-twenty years ago pronounced the treaty of Adrianople to lie disastrous,” it now of opinion, considering the consequences that ensued from that treaty, that a similar arrangement at the present moment would
24 June 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
I N G C A K E , AND WEDDING BREAKFASTS. MRS. MCDONOUGH. Respectfully intimate that she has no-.v ready,

I N G C A K E , AND WEDDING BREAKFASTS. MRS. MCDONOUGH. Respectfully intimate that she has no-.v ready,

an assortment of RICH AND EXCELLENT WEDDING CAKES, of all sizci, pteparetl entirely under her immediate inspection, and of first-rate quality, of which »he can, ttore fore, confidently Touch. The cakes are ornamenlel} in most chaste and l-eauliful •tylc. CONFECTIONARY, &c. Fics,
24 June 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MILLER S MAID.

THE MILLER S MAID.

Near the hamlet of Udorf, on the banks of the Rhine, not far from Bonn, there yet stands the mill which was the scene of the adventure we are about to relate. * On Sunday morning, the miller and his family set out us'.ml, to attend service at the nearest church, in the Tillage o
24 June 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Importwnt X«wb Cram th* Bw»t War. THE SErOND EDITION of the •* TIMES" end LONDON MORNING NEWSPAPERS farwarded the /risk

Importwnt X«wb Cram th* Bw»t War. THE SErOND EDITION of the •* TIMES" end LONDON MORNING NEWSPAPERS farwarded the /risk

Ewprtm Mail Doily. The Fiawr—as Evening Editiou of the Tfoecs, called The Eoemcf Mail, published every Monday, Wednesday, end Friday, enntaioiog the Lrudiog Articles slid News of the Thwes, the Corn and Cauls Markets, nod the latest anew up lathe hour rfpwbfcwwn. pavwwM rawaing
24 June 1854 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WATERFORD CHRONICLE. ,

THE WATERFORD CHRONICLE. ,

There were four of those applications the Court; but be*ng called, only one applicant Thomas, of Rank-lane, appeared. The necessary notices on the Magistrates, and other parties, haring been prored, (he applicant In answer to Mr. Phelnn, Solicitor, who appeared for him. said tha
24 June 1854 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
I)KSTKfCTION GoVERNMKNT . - V/o.lrieH<lay m truin'', .V.iortly aft'.-r thrvo • •’clock, a lire most extensive character broke out the

I)KSTKfCTION GoVERNMKNT . - V/o.lrieH<lay m truin'', .V.iortly aft'.-r thrvo • •’clock, a lire most extensive character broke out the

premises Messrs. IMnchin and .lohnson, oil ■m-1 color contractors, Castle-street, St- Georgo’s-intiie lvi;t, Ixindon, whereby property to the extent of upwards of t2.'),0«Ml was destroyed. The premises •picslion w-re warehouses erected under the arches of tlie Black wall lliilwa
24 June 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland