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FORCIBLE REMOVAL OF IRISH PAUPERS FROM ENGLAND.

FORCIBLE REMOVAL OF IRISH PAUPERS FROM ENGLAND.

CITY LIMERICK PETTY ShSSIONS. After disposal of the custody cases by the magis- trates at petty sessions, on Friday, an inquiry was instituted respecting a female named Anne Leech, who arrived that morning from London, by the Secret, screw steamer, belonging to the Limerick Ship
12 July 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST TOWN COUNCIL.

BELFAST TOWN COUNCIL.

BELFAST TOWN COUNCI.L. Tan usual monthly meeting of the Council was held on Saturday, in the Teown Hall, the Mayor presiding. Tile minutes of the last meeting having been read and confirmed , I he MAYOR submitted the following letter to the Council:- "Board of Trade, June 28. MvY
03 July 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS—Mosdat, Jotv 2i.

HOUSE OF LORDS—Mosdat, Jotv 2i.

HOUSE OF LORDS— Mosdat, Jotv 2i. The Earl of ABERDEEN, moving address answer to her Majesty*# said that doubt Xii.OOO.uOO was large to ask for and some preferred t • s«e placed In other hands, but he did not think any such desire would interfere with the unanimity the vota, aa th
26 July 1854 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
CARD—ASSIZES.

CARD—ASSIZES.

KEARSE & CO., Tailors, Drapers, &e., ftrqnamt their nnmerous Friends in Tralee and Vicimiv, that Mr. T. KE \RSE will Uat HOTEL, on THURSDAY. 27th Ins*., and following days, with Samples of their Goods for Gentlemen’s Attire. Limerick. July 2t. lSj4. 3. I» 1i.% V-SX «ti KELLY. IK
26 July 1854 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
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05 July 1854 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
into helplessly stranded ship, like the' Tiger—she being aide to> fire in return only signals of distress. The Russians know

into helplessly stranded ship, like the' Tiger—she being aide to> fire in return only signals of distress. The Russians know

by this time that less than an equal number of half-disciplined Turks have beaten each Russian army that ventured into action on the Danube, and they are, therefore, little likely to try a fall with the thoroughly disciplined naval forces under Admirals Napier and Paneval Desche
08 July 1854 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THURSDAY'S DESPATCHES.

THURSDAY'S DESPATCHES.

The intelligence received during last night from Constantinople, Malta, Vienna, and Paria, is of considerable interest. There are some repetitions in the different despatches, but they are given received t Malts, Jvlz 2.—Despatches from Varna, of the 23d June, state that on the
08 July 1854 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TRALEE BUTTER MARKET— Thu Dat. 91a. .. .. 89a. Secooda, SSs. Thitda, 78a. Foortlu, 72a. Fifths 66a. Sinba. .. ..

TRALEE BUTTER MARKET— Thu Dat. 91a. .. .. 89a. Secooda, SSs. Thitda, 78a. Foortlu, 72a. Fifths 66a. Sinba. .. ..

.. .. 60a.
08 July 1854 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
PROSECUTION OF THE WATERPABK RIOTERS.

PROSECUTION OF THE WATERPABK RIOTERS.

At the Petty an Friday, bafart Edmund Risk*, R.M.; Thomas Keane, lames Mahon, Marena Keaae* Waiawright Croat, Jsha B.o’Brica, tad N. Buoyagm Evqra.: faformalioas were applied foe against saver*l penoas, for taking part ia the recent outrages at Wtutpsrk. Hr. CaUiaas, aatiettor,
01 July 1854 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland