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The French E'.-Royal Family.—During the past week her Majesty Queen Maria Amelia, the Duke de Nemours, the Duchess Nemours, the

The French E'.-Royal Family.—During the past week her Majesty Queen Maria Amelia, the Duke de Nemours, the Duchess Nemours, the

Count D'Eu, the Duke the Princess Margaret, Countess Mo-lieu, and others of the Royal suite, have paid a visit to Teignmouth. a fashionable watering place the south coast of Devon. The Royal party were received with great enthusiasm by the inhabitants, who were honoured last yoa
23 August 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Publishing Trade.—Mr. Routledge states that he has sold of the following volumes the numbers attached Pelham," 35,000 Paul Clifford,"

The Publishing Trade.—Mr. Routledge states that he has sold of the following volumes the numbers attached Pelham," 35,000 Paul Clifford,"

27,000 ; Eugene Aram," 27,000; " Rienzi," 23,000; "Last Days of Pompeii," 23,000; " Pilgrims the Rhine," and " Ernest MaUrarers," 18,000.
23 August 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWRY AND ENNISKILLEN RAILWAY.

NEWRY AND ENNISKILLEN RAILWAY.

' •*» o " ow^n report of the directors to be sob, muted the erdinarjr meeting of shareholders, to be held Tuesday, 29,h instant:! Ihe accounts of the company, made up to the 30th June, are annexed hereunto, from which it will be seen the receipts on account of capital amount to
23 August 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INCUMBERED ESTATES. THE COURT TUB COMMISSIONERS FOR SALE OF INCUMBERED ESTATES IN IRELAND. COUNTT OF LOUTH. FEE SIMPLE ESTATE OF

INCUMBERED ESTATES. THE COURT TUB COMMISSIONERS FOR SALE OF INCUMBERED ESTATES IN IRELAND. COUNTT OF LOUTH. FEE SIMPLE ESTATE OF

£1,711 3a. 4d., (Containing 1,55j*. 2r. Hp. Statute Measure.) SALE 14th NOVEMBER, 1854. In the Matter of the! Commissioners Estate Trustee of the E«- will, on TIIF.9DAT, the of Robert Thompson, de- 14th Aaj of NOVEMBER, 1854, ceased, at the hour of Twelve o'Clock Owner; at noon,
23 August 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

MONDAY, AUGUST 7,1854. The Times of Saturday startles the world with the announcement, that upon that very day an Allied Force of 100,000 men would invade the Crimea—take, burn, and destroy all before them, and secure Sebastopol as a " material guarantee." The information of the
07 August 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Vacancies for two or three ' PUPILS—ENGLAND. Married and Beneficed Clergyman, M. A , Science Prizeman of T.C.D.. and Chaplain

Vacancies for two or three ' PUPILS—ENGLAND. Married and Beneficed Clergyman, M. A , Science Prizeman of T.C.D.. and Chaplain

to a Nobleman, receives into his Family SIX PUPILS to Educate for the Universities, &c. He has refilled in France and Switzerland, and, desired. Instructs in Italian, French, and German. The House comfortable and commodious, and situated In remarkably healthy and beautiful part
07 August 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ENGLISH ASSIZES INTELLIGENCE.

ENGLISH ASSIZES INTELLIGENCE.

HOME CIRCUIT—GUILDFORD, SATURDAY, AUGUST 12. Botlp v. Wise mix—Extraordinary Cask.—This was an action to recover damages from Cardinal Wiseman for publishing a false, malicious, and defamatory libel upon the plaintiff. Mr. James, Q.C., and Mr. Lush were for the plaiotiff. Sergea
14 August 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NAVY.

THE NAVY.

Officers the late Tiger.—Mr. Henry J. Domvllle, late surgeon of the Tiger, has arrived London. He is appointed to the Victory, where he will doubtless await the oourt martial on the surviving officers and crew of the ill-fated ship. He speaks of the treatment received from the R
21 August 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NAPOLEONIC PROCLAMATION.

THE NAPOLEONIC PROCLAMATION.

cannot by any means discover wherein the excellence consists, which Loudon contemporary extols in tbn " spirited Proclamation to the French Army" by the Empeboh. On the contrary, it seems to us to be objectionable, not only on acoount of its bombastic tone, which almost out-Hero
25 August 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

THE WAR. Vienna, Wednesday Night.—Accounts from Constantinople to the 14th inst. state, that serious conflagration had broken out at Varna, by which over one-third of the town was destroyed. These despatches state that the greatest part of the ammunition belonging to the allied
25 August 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland