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CARDS. J Ll 1bIC tiA [L) ALLEN'S HALL AND GALLEBIEO, 2t., Lwitr Alt Saccille-dtred, continue to be supplied with a large aesort- ment of Renwly-male Clothing. First style. Rees materialr. a i 00.11 , 'A 'Ett.-Purchaserd may select from the largest V tX 0a, stock of Room Papers, a
30 June 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OXFORD UNIVERSITY BILL.

OXFORD UNIVERSITY BILL.

VAruiiLT A A UILU. The deMte upon the third reading of the Oxford bill then returned. Mr. HEYWOOD then moved the clime for the Abolition Duty on taking ihe degrees of Bachelor of Arti, Law, Medicine, Muaic in the University. Mr. DBNNISON seconded the motion. Mr. and Mr. Newoeoat
30 June 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BALTIC FLEET.

THE BALTIC FLEET.

On the motion for going into Committee of Supply, Mr. GIBSON said he had received information that 3 or steamers of her Majesty's Baltic fleet had gone to a place called in the Gulf of Finland with a flag of truce stite that they were about to destroy all public propeity, but th
30 June 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

CURRAGH JUNE MEETlNG.—Wkdwrsday, June 28. Stewards— Marquis of Conyngham, Marquis of Waterford, and Sir T. Burke, Bart. Loghloher Castle Stake*, 10 sots each, for three yra old—colta, Bst 7ib, fillies, 31b To which the Turf Club added 30. Mr. Irwin's c Roscommon, Smallhopes, out
30 June 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AWARDED A PRIZE MEDAL UNDER CLABB XIX. TO THE PUBLIC. JJOYAL VICTORIA FELT CARPETING. The PATENT WOOLLEN CLOTH COMPANY beg

AWARDED A PRIZE MEDAL UNDER CLABB XIX. TO THE PUBLIC. JJOYAL VICTORIA FELT CARPETING. The PATENT WOOLLEN CLOTH COMPANY beg

to Inform the trade that their New Patterns in Carpets for the present neason are now out, and will be found far superior any they have hitherto produced, both style and variety. The Public can be supplied at all respectable Carpet Houses in London, and the DUBLIN CARPET WAREHOU
30 June 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Liverpool governesses' INSTITUTION, No. 31, RODNEY-BTREET. Chairman of the Committee—The Ven. Arch. BROOKS. The object® of this Society, In operation

Liverpool governesses' INSTITUTION, No. 31, RODNEY-BTREET. Chairman of the Committee—The Ven. Arch. BROOKS. The object® of this Society, In operation

are— 1. A Home for Disengaged or Dally Governesses. 2. A Gratuitous System of Registration for Governesses. 3. Elective Annuities aged Governesses secured on Invested Capital. 4. Deferred Annuities secured Government to Ladies, by payment of annual Instalments. 5. Benevolent Fun
30 June 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

ENTRY the RUSSIANS INTO TRANSYLVANIA. The following despatch has been received from Vienna during Wednesday nigbt:—" On the 25th the Cossack piquets entered far into the Rotberthurm pass in Transylvania. In several places on the Transylvanian frontier supplies for the Russian ca
30 June 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NAVAL STORES

NAVAL STORES

Daily expected, brig “arab, a CARGO. CONSISTING OF ISO SI'IKITS of TOBPENTINE; - A No. 1. ROSIN; 9M Barrels COMMON ROSIN Barrels TAR n-hkh, ™'.m«jr»Vu be' Sold BY AUCTION, of .bid. deeoobce.Ulbeg.e.e. w MO NCRIKYF Belfast, 5, Waring-Street, June 2S, 1854. __ BRITISH TELEGRAPH CO
29 June 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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29 June 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FASHION AND TABLE-TALK,

FASHION AND TABLE-TALK,

The Corbt. - The Queen ami Prince Albert took dnve Monday afternoon in open landsn and four. Major General Buckley and Captain the Hon. Dudley de Uos were attendance horseback. The French Cocbt. believed that the Emperor and Empress will leave Pari*, the July, for the Pyrenees,
29 June 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland