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EDUCATION.

EDUCATION.

YOUNG LA L I ES’ SEMINARY, KILOAEE-HTREET, NEWUY. This sc hool, which was closed on YESTERDAY, shall be RE-OPENED (God wil- Um?) on Ist of August next. Mrs. M‘CULLA respectfully requests au early application from Parents or Guardians desirous of placing Young Ladies under her ca
06 July 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
assurance.

assurance.

SCOTTISH EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. INSTITUTED 1831. THE TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of this SOCIETY was held EDINBURGH, on 2d May, 1854; WM. STUART WALKER, Eaq., Rowland, ir the Chair. Tlie REPORT raad to the MEETING, and which was unanimously approved of, contai
06 July 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
GENUINE PARIS UATS

GENUINE PARIS UATS

JOHN G. M*GEE & CO., RESPECTFULLY announce, that they have been appointed AGENTS FOR ONE THE FIRST HAT MANUFACTURERS PARIS ; And have this day received CASE OF THE NEW SHAPE FOR JULY Itispcction solicited. eztants. ONE ASSISTANT THE GROCERY, AND TWO APPRENTICES to the Ironmonger
04 July 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
SCHOOL HOURS.

SCHOOL HOURS.

Tlio Chairman, referring to the Act of Parliament, Raid it was clear that change in the hours at which the children were kept school could only l>e made by the Board of Guardians. Ho saw tliat Colonel Clarke, the Poor Law Inspector, upon his last visit, had ‘given direct onsHo e
04 July 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
TREATY BETWEEN AUSTRIA AND TURKEY.

TREATY BETWEEN AUSTRIA AND TURKEY.

Paris, Fkidat lam enabled to smd you a copy of the treaty occluded between Austria and the Ottoman Porte. (Translation.) CONVENTION SIGNED THE 14tH JUNE BETWEEN THE AUSntIAN INTERNt'NCIO AND RKSCIIID PACHA. His Majesty the Emperor of Austria, recognising that the existence of th
03 July 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PIER HEAD, DUBLIN.

PIER HEAD, DUBLIN.

aaaivALa vr to 9 a.w.—jcli I—wiin>—NNW. Arrived—June 30—Royal Sovereign, Wicklow; Royal William, Trafalgar and Roscommon, Liverpool. Sailed —June 30—Nets, Wicklow; Ebenczer. Ducbeaa of Kent, Prince. Mail, Trafalgar and Roscommon, Liverpool ; Newcastle, Whitehaven ; Ocan Holyhead
03 July 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CARRIAGES

CARRIAGES

FOR Sale, Colclougb’s Old Established COACH FACTORY, No. 23 and 21 DUKE-STREET (off Graft on-street). handsome Clarence, with circular front, very light and roomy. A Hrougham. in nice order. A Pilcntum Phaeton. Cab Phaeton to scat four. A one-horse Britska, with sidelights. A Qu
07 July 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW GOODS.

NEW GOODS.

M BIRNET, COLLIS and CO. WILL This Day Show a Stock of NEW SILKS, SHAWLS, DRESSES, &«., &c. Also lot of SHEETINGS, TABLE CLOTHS, and LINENS. AUSTRALIAN and WEDDING OUTFITS. Fawcett and CELEBRATED TEA. FAWCETT AND CO.’S Leading priced Tea, for general Family use, only 3s. Bd. per
06 July 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EDUCATION.

EDUCATION.

French and drawing.—monsr. ADOLPHE LAMY (Late French and Drawing Master of the Royal School of Enniskillen for the last seven years) begs inform the Inhabitants Dublin and vicinity that is returned to reestablish himself amongst them, and hopes, by his assiduity and devotedness
06 July 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
'T'HE CITY of DUBLIN STEAM PACKET COMPANY’S Vessel* Sail Irom KINGSTOWN to HOLYHEAD, g■ ■ aJifl" * * her Majesty’s

'T'HE CITY of DUBLIN STEAM PACKET COMPANY’S Vessel* Sail Irom KINGSTOWN to HOLYHEAD, g■ ■ aJifl" * * her Majesty’s

Malls, at 1 p.m , and 7 30 pm. KINGSTOWN to LIVERPOOL, Every Evening (Sunday excepted) at Seven, p.m. Cabin Fare, 15s. (DUBLIN to LIVERPOOL, with Cargo and Passengers, ally (Sunday excepted), about two hours before highVatcr. DUBLIN to BELFAST, on TUESDAYS, returningon Thursdays
06 July 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland