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WHITEiI IVEN COLLIERY OFFICE, DeBLIX, 17, Lrcs-snmE...

WHITEiI IVEN COLLIERY OFFICE, DeBLIX, 17, Lrcs-snmE...

CAUTIOVARY NoncE TO PUILCHASERS OF WIIITEHAVEN COAL" G - ENTLENIEN n* , Public Institution*, Se_ id the ram. try, purehasing Con!, are renpectfully infonned of the Agency established fur preventing inferior Coal, being substituted fir it by linters, are on having their supplies
10 August 1854 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
FORMON INTELLIGENCE. TUE BALTIC-OCCUPATION OF ALAND BY

FORMON INTELLIGENCE. TUE BALTIC-OCCUPATION OF ALAND BY

Tlihl FRENCH. A telegraphic dospstch, in tho Bellin journals, from Elwenska, announces that on the 2ud August 12 ships war made sail (or the ♦bad Islands, and ou the 3rd August, after a cautious& of seven hour*, Ow Fame b troops oceupiod the island.
10 August 1854 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
KILKENNY SUMMER ASSIZES.

KILKENNY SUMMER ASSIZES.

COUNTY RECORD COURT—Saroixtax. The case of Butler Y. Moeatgsrret was resumed on Saturday morning, Judie Ball having arranged to sit in the County Court, in place of the City as previously, the red of the business having been disposed of on Friday morning by Chief Justice Monahan
09 August 1854 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
LATE SMITH & M ULF,

LATE SMITH & M ULF,

Most respectfully takes leave to inform the Noboility and Geatry of Kilkenny. that he will receive orders id the Claus line, tor • s'iort time, at Mr. High-street, Kilkenny, and No. 1, Duke-street, Dut.!i.s. Great Soathrra and Ilegtera nava). CHEAP EXoUltsluS TO On Sunday, 13th
09 August 1854 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
BROOD 31 441E8 AND zioesns.

BROOD 31 441E8 AND zioesns.

BROOD 441E8 AND Lot I—Bay Mare, 7 years old, by Argiro, dam by Goth, g d by Legacy, stinted to War hawk. Lot 2—Brown Mare, 6 years old, by Magpie, not of same, stinted to Last of the Barons. This is the best and brood in:tro in Ireland. Lot 3—Bay Mare, 6 years old, by Fudlier, da
26 August 1854 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WINDSOR COURT-MARTIAL—THE 46rit REGIMENT. (Flom the Times.) If there he the slightest sense of shame left in the officers

THE WINDSOR COURT-MARTIAL—THE 46rit REGIMENT. (Flom the Times.) If there he the slightest sense of shame left in the officers

of the 46th Regiment, any lingering remnant of that feeling which ordinary men call honevy_ for of the chivalric fee:iiig of honour there is no question—they must be tingling to the ends of their Angers at the rebuke they have rescued from the lips of Lieutenant Perry. We have n
26 August 1854 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
WHEN OUR HEROES RETURN. Shouting wo cent them forth. To the south an,l to the north, BrAve u o •n

WHEN OUR HEROES RETURN. Shouting wo cent them forth. To the south an,l to the north, BrAve u o •n

and strong. For the juct e.tme right. Though not our own, to fi4ht. Where there is wrong, Aye to clam" tamely by Noble begirt• .porn ; And the ',rant shall fall. Era our heroes return I Tromllling hearts heard the rimer, rul ed the atarting teat. Up the prayer. Which %till. wher
19 August 1854 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
KILKENNY UNION-27-ra JULY.

KILKENNY UNION-27-ra JULY.

KILKENNY UNION-27 - ra JULY. Guardians present—J. M•Creery, Esq., in the chair, M. Hyland, P. Blanch&hl, T. Dunphy, K. klarum, mid N. Dunphy. The letters from the Commissioners this,day were net of public interest. The Clerk reported that there were 203 paupers less in the house
02 August 1854 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
{TAU Ol Till 00V1111.

{TAU Ol Till 00V1111.

{TAU Ol Till In the house on Saturday stennight, 447 ; admitted during the week 23; horn 0; dircharged during the same period, 30 ; died, 0 ; remaining in the Institution en Saturday last, 437, u f whom 121 were in the Infirmary and Infirm Wards ; 22 in the Fever Ibispitrl. and 2
02 August 1854 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
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02 August 1854 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland