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BELFAST BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

BELFAST BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

BELFAST BOARD OF GUUARDIANS. -TuaE usual weekly meeting of the Board of Guardians, was held on Wednesday, in the Board-room-J. W. S. M'Cance, Esq., in the chair. Colonel Clarke, Poor Law Inspector, attended, and a large number of guardians was present. BELFAST GENERAL IIOSPITAL.
07 July 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.

Jo By!ELTG TELEGRAPU. ENGLISH FUNDS_- YTEDAT. Id LLORDON STOgK AND SlNARE &aRRiET.-English FUnda' w *ere, during forenoon, principally influenced by the various e sarnmises afloat regarding bank discount rate. Consols e a opmnen buyers at 981k, and on announcement that balk bad d
07 July 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUMMER ASSIZES.

SUMMER ASSIZES.

NORTH-EAST CIRCUIT. County of the Town of Drogheda, July lltb, at 11 o’clock. County of Louth, at Dundalk, July 12th, at ten o’clock. County of Monaghan, at Monaghan, l3lh, at three o’clock. County of Armagh, at Armagh, July 19th, at ten o’clock. County of Down, at Downpatrick,
07 July 1854 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE OLD

THE OLD

Oive m« «nn»H—t' ou*h rudf* «nd bold, T<pnrlil)nff with the pu'ctt gold ; Siif'h i«» wt*r<> sy!'%Mf<l in fire. "‘hen r.tre Hen Jonson swept the lyre ; Or. flurnr bolder hand. Went vihrethiK through all the land. And found. i-fery heart, tone That seem? echo of their own. Give ol
07 July 1854 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
(From the Cork Examiner Correspondent.)

(From the Cork Examiner Correspondent.)

TrssDAv Evxiuno.-I would not be doing justice to own corvictlons, or to the oftlre which I assume the corresi indent of jounul which Is read by large portion of my countrymen and especially religlonUUs I d»i not freely and without reserve upon a question which has engaged, and m
07 July 1854 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
couimr of mayo.

couimr of mayo.

la the Matter of the Estate of Sir Richard Annealey O’Don- Nell, Bart, owner and petitioner. The Newport Estate of Sir Richard Annesley O’Donnell, Bart., situato in the Barony of Burrishoole. and County of Mayo; and the Lands of Aughncss. in the Barony of Erris, and County of Ma
07 July 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RAILWAY RETURNS.

RAILWAY RETURNS.

Theatre royal, Dublin— THIS EVENING, July 7. the Performances will commence with the o|!«ratic Drama of Gl-'Y MANNERING—CoIoneI Marmcr|ng,‘ Mr. Hilttnflton—Gilbert Glossin. Mr. Bellair—Dandie Dinmont, Mr. Vaudrey—Dominie Sarap«on. Mr. Granby—Henry Bertram. Mr. Itaißh—Dirk Uatter
07 July 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PIER HEAD, DUBLIN.

PIER HEAD, DUBLIN.

ARRIVAL* TO A.Sf.—JCLT 6—WIKD—NNW. Arrived—July .*>—Portuna, Memcl; Ariel. Dunkirk; Duke of Cambridge and Lass, Liverpool; Vanguard, Glasgow ; Hover, Courtown Sailed—July s*-Jemima, Wexford; Roscommon and Royal William, Liverpool Devonshire. London » Hibernia, Holyhead. Arrived-
07 July 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
lilt coiurovtriii.tl obscurity liueb subject gut incolvea, the be- Abcnlecn Russia slmpls. E«!j At resell! Miuister of Cnglsml imbibed Ibc

lilt coiurovtriii.tl obscurity liueb subject gut incolvea, the be- Abcnlecn Russia slmpls. E«!j At resell! Miuister of Cnglsml imbibed Ibc

idea lio'sian power was the eouscrrallto element of Emopea'i '■■ciety- i». ■" fact, *• ;lislmct»e ele- tl notwilbstnnding all Ibc efforts of p „ Mtnen.lcb, tbetl in bis remlll, and who had J ' correct ostimab! of the military means of Kna. Aberdaon refused resiattbe i-Borls of t
07 July 1854 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
OOMMKRCIAI..

OOMMKRCIAI..

Money good demand at very firm rates.— Stocks active, but advance. Tho flour market continues heavy; sales, 40,000 barrels dols. to dols. c. for inferior State, and Jc. to 7 dols. 75c. lor common to straight do. Fancies and extras are Is. to lower. Southern flour dull; sales, 70
07 July 1854 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland