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~labi. COM3.MON PLEA-S NIS! PRIUS.-DVSLI;, Fflbflk. Byrne T. Barton and Otliers. This was an action brought against Hugzh Barton, John '1 Donnel! and Valentine O'B. O'Connor, for breach of an agreemuent, in refosing to send a tee glaphic message by the Magnetic Te'e-rarh I in the
26 June 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ship News.

Ship News.

??Ijip Ncb35. BELFAST, J1, N M.-Wied at .3 clock ?? ?? Weathe:, at 3 o'clock, r.t., Ta' JUNE 2S3.-_lk, st., BoX d, Glasgow: floral Consort., t., H-Iullriltro, Fleeuw noud Sea N-vmpir st.. t 'Illait. Liverpd.,I. 2 ?? st., t axart_ Glasgow; P'rtncess Alice. St. Whe11ecle:r. Plo-ax-
26 June 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLICE OFFICE—THIS DAY.

POLICE OFFICE—THIS DAY.

B. Tookkr, Esq., on the Bench.) The dock was, as is frequently the case, on Monday mornings, crowded by a number of persons, principally charged with the offence of drunkenness. yonng woman, who gave her name as Mary Leary, appeared to prefer complaint against her master, Mr. Wi
26 June 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BREVET.

THE BREVET.

(From the Supplement to the London Gazette of Tuetdatf.) War-Office, June 20. Offic:ra promoted the following Brevet will receive their promotions subject to new regulations about to be promulgated Royal Warrant. War-Office, June To be Lieutenant General the Army.—Major General
26 June 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
WHITE BENGAL RICE, SUITABLE FOR WORKHOUSES OR EMIGRANT SHIPS. HARRIS * BEALE, Warehouses, 68, South Main Street, and (1869) AUen'i

WHITE BENGAL RICE, SUITABLE FOR WORKHOUSES OR EMIGRANT SHIPS. HARRIS * BEALE, Warehouses, 68, South Main Street, and (1869) AUen'i

Court, Grand Parade. INDIAN CORN, BARK, &c. THOMAS HARVEY and SON have now on SALE, MAZAGAN INDIAN CORN, CORK TREE and OAK BARK, VALONIA, &c. 11, Anderson's Quay, June 23, 1854. (1915) THE THREE AND FOURPENNV TEA, AT J. B. BAUQHTON'Si (1889) 104, PATRICK-STREET. TOOTH BRUSHES. T
26 June 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW YORK MARKETS.

NEW YORK MARKETS.

Breadstuff* and Flour were extremely dull and heavy. Rye, Corn, and Meal remained about the same. Wheat inactive. Barley and Data were unchanged. Corn waa plentiful, and lower. The Coffee market was dull. Cotton.—There wa* said be a fair amount of sales made, establishing an adv
26 June 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RETREAT OP THE RUSSIANS,

RETREAT OP THE RUSSIANS,

RETREAT THE RUSSIANS, Paris, Sati hday —The Moniteur announces the retirement of M. De Persigny, Murster of the Interior. He la succeeded M. Reliant. Advices have been received at Paris from Bucharest to June 20. Every preparation baa been made for the retreat of the Russians. Th
26 June 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRE ROYAL-MR. KING’S BENEFIT.

THEATRE ROYAL-MR. KING’S BENEFIT.

Mr. King takes bis Benefit this (Monday) evening. A reference to the bill will show that the entertainment is attractive. Mr. King is entitled to public support one who has always endeavoured to afford them satisfaction, cultivating and exercising his talents, which are of a hig
26 June 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS.

DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS.

Lot 1 is hold under leas a for lives renewable for ever, but a grant in perpetuity will bo executed tho pur* chaser, a yearly rent X'H 8s present currency. Lot 2 is also held under a lease for lives renewable for ever, but a grant in perpetuity will be executed to the purchaser,
26 June 1854 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland