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LAW AND LINDLEY MURRAY.

LAW AND LINDLEY MURRAY.

It is generally thought that the precedent set by one of our roost distinguished English Judges, in not only giving judgment upon the merits of a case tried before him, but in deciding upon the right pronunciation of word used in the pleadings, lias given great satisfaction. scr
07 July 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TALLOW, LARD, PALM OIL, BARILLA, ft c. SHAW & FINLAY OFFER FOR SALE, Pipes Sooth American TALLOW; 40 Casks First

TALLOW, LARD, PALM OIL, BARILLA, ft c. SHAW & FINLAY OFFER FOR SALE, Pipes Sooth American TALLOW; 40 Casks First

Sort St. Petersburg TALLOW; Barrels American LARD; 500 Barrels American ROSIN: 07 Tons Teneriffe BARILLA; 75 Tons Catania BARILLA; PALM OIL, Bleached; CANDLEWICK.&c., their Stores, 31. ANN-STREET, Belfast. 1135
01 July 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BELFAST DAILY MERCURY.

THE BELFAST DAILY MERCURY.

Every day, at On® o’clock, a Late Edition of Tu* Dailt Mfucurt it Pvblitked, containing all the Important London and Continental Newt of the morning, in addition to the Parliamentary, Foreign, and other Newt of the preceding Night.—Vtwo 3d.
01 July 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CHURCH TEMPORALITIES BILL.

CHURCH TEMPORALITIES BILL.

The debate upon the introduction of the Church Temporalities Bill was then resumed Sir J. YOUNG, who expressed regret that the subject had again been brought before the House after the many concessions made to Ireland during the last ten years, which concessions, he contended, o
06 July 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
To W. Stanley, Ejo.

To W. Stanley, Ejo.

W. Stanley, Ejo. (apt. Newport thought the board should not blew het and cold, was sure that charge «ns brought forward against the Protestant chaplain. interference with the Homan Catholic children, there would be loud call have manfully end openly investigated (hear, bear), he
01 July 1854 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
FRA X C E

FRA X C E

C tub CoaaESPoxnKNr the Mon viva Ao- VKUTI3EK.) Paris, Tuesday. I sent you some days past tbe details of., ulr.nge tri:d, whii-U resulie*} in the «:idJt}|» disruption t’ue bon is which Hymen had joined the Boniface of 'he nmui tlotel des Princes, to » wandering prinrejw, who turn
01 July 1854 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
MAIL AND STAGE CONVEYANCE TIME

MAIL AND STAGE CONVEYANCE TIME

table. Hy* We have taken a good deal of trouble and care in preparing the following for the Watchman e*cin~ lively. We will obliged to Coach Agente, and otheri, to furniih from time to time with any addi tionat information neceiiary to give it that arcurnry which will make it re
05 July 1854 - Connaught Watchman - Ballina, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
(FROM THE STANDARD.)

(FROM THE STANDARD.)

When Lord Aberdeen announced lit* purpose to move f-T dispnttdi hv him Lord Hevtcshiiry. and lienring drtte the 3l»t December, IB2‘h giving the notice evidently of n notice given just before by Mr. the other House of Dirlmment, reference hi* I rdship’s speech Monday last, were a
01 July 1854 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
coi.cnial risHErir.«.

coi.cnial risHErir.«.

In reply te Earl Fits:william, Hie Earl of CLARENDON said that Lord Elgin negotiated treaty between this country and the I States, relating the colonial fisheries; but. Os the lenr.t of that had only , h>. him yesterday afternoon, he had nut had time to give it due consideration
01 July 1854 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
<C X-*-1 & 9-. > Cars Will attend at the Railway office (the Mall Waterford) at 30 a.m., to convey

<C X-*-1 & 9-. > Cars Will attend at the Railway office (the Mall Waterford) at 30 a.m., to convey

Passengers I'unkitt in time fur the Train which will leave pnne- DlulJv at a.m., and also the arrival of the Down Train DunkUt shout 9 Id p.m. The Return Train will leave Limerick punctually at p.m.. and arrive at Tipperary about 7 p.ui., iooiorl about Hp m. and Dunkitt about p.
05 July 1854 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland