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01 July 1854 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO - SOLD AGAIN !- (From Dingtntt ) Whkv some venturesome "entleraan or other disrovored the ruins of Pojnm-ii,—including a

TO - SOLD AGAIN !- (From Dingtntt ) Whkv some venturesome "entleraan or other disrovored the ruins of Pojnm-ii,—including a

lob>ter already mixed, ana pair of cotton socks before the kitchen-range—when Layard reto this country with little pieces Nineveh ,i hi> waistcoat-pocket—they no doubt laboured under the deliiMon that they had done a very fine • conceive, however, that their pride will - line.th
01 July 1854 - General Advertiser for Dublin, and all Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY AHMAOU.

COUNTY AHMAOU.

OUR ami OA M II- within quarter of mill* tile city Aiiii.ikli. to t I.KT or HOLD. Tlirw .Villi ar.- in i tvu. aliou ol Mu-1 mul Hksmt. Ici-c will •■spiro in t<• .urm . !• » montfcr, and are ratable of manufarturlDp . .i. I.i I. I'll tom of wlirat, and boo tonn cat ni-;il wat-r l
01 July 1854 - General Advertiser for Dublin, and all Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SALES.

SALES.

INCUMBERED ESTATES. Estate of Edward Seville Dalton, continued. Thorrare roles* sovon fair* held in Mil’own annualir, and :jscent U fine Chalybeate Sji.i much fre qui'iiti'd -Inline the season. Miltoivn M -ItiHv command* a most ezlensive view of the '•! the adjoining mountains,
01 July 1854 - General Advertiser for Dublin, and all Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS.

DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS.

Lot I—ls situate about 3} miles south-east the city of Limerick, on the road to Dublin, near Annacoltjr Bridge, and close Mount Shannon, tha msenißcenl resld. nce the irl of Clare. It is excellent arable and pasture land, good heart, the soil limestone. There Is a valuable mansi
01 July 1854 - General Advertiser for Dublin, and all Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUNDRIES. DUBLIN FLINT GLASS WORKS UK DISPOSED of. or LIT on reasonable term*. In full worklnx rowditlon, yielding • rery

SUNDRIES. DUBLIN FLINT GLASS WORKS UK DISPOSED of. or LIT on reasonable term*. In full worklnx rowditlon, yielding • rery

rcmaneracire return, an I requiring but a ■Mrdera'r amount of eaptcal For all p ,r. ticulara apply at the Factory. Potior* alley. Marlboruufh ktrert; or William Li:r< uetq, l'.'3Grrat Brunawlrk atrovt. Dublin.-13th May 1851. MEDICAL PIIOKESSION —TO BE DISPOSED OF AM C A L ESTABL
01 July 1854 - General Advertiser for Dublin, and all Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
the pope and the sultan:

the pope and the sultan:

Some of the Ruuiftn journals bating stated that the Pope expressed his wishes fur the Czar » sue* cess. The Monitvir of yesterday, denies the sertioo. and Mtys, that on the anniversary of his ascension, a few days ago, his holiness expressed his hopes for the successful of the r
04 July 1854 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FIRE AND LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY,

FIRE AND LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY,

CHEAPSIDE, LONDON Capital. £1.300.000. • NOTICE U HEREBY GIVEN,th.I Premmmt on Fire Poltciei, which become dm* on the 24th instant, should be renewed on or before the tith of JULY next, otherwise the PoUeiet will become void. Tb'n lonff-ctUblisbed Company Incures all description
04 July 1854 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
the mortmain bill.

the mortmain bill.

The order of the day for the committee on the Mortmain Bill was then again read. A conversation took place as to whether the bill should passed through in the absence of the Attorney- General ; but ultimately it was arranged that the 13th and ICth clauses, to which the most mate
01 July 1854 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
KILKENNY BOAKD OF GUARDIANS,

KILKENNY BOAKD OF GUARDIANS,

The following of the Board mot Thursday:— R. Sullivan, Esq., J. 8., in the chair ; John M'Creery, I’atrick Blanchfield, Thomas Comerford, Thomas Bradley, W. J. Maher, William Costello, Thomas Hewitson, N. Dunphy, R. Wheeler, J.P., A. Quirk, T. P. T. Bookey, J.P., W. P. Blunden,
01 July 1854 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland