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THE WAR.

THE WAR.

_? ~ ~ ~ ` , ,, , ,, , ! , , ?? _ R ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 I ; : p'J , _ ..I , . -777 7I7 ?? ; 7 . X . ..e . ?? (BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.) THE PRINCIPALITIES. ;Thel'oomespondent of ?? states, from Bucharest, thatsiierly ths entirb bf'the Turkiiah army'haa ?? into Wai3ochla. Camps bave bean eest
06 September 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MUSIC HALL—ARTHUR NAPOLEON'S CONCERTS.

MUSIC HALL—ARTHUR NAPOLEON'S CONCERTS.

XUSIC HI t-AUTRTIJ NArOLEONS CO1NUERTS. I I A d 1.1d I Mr. acskintoeh, ever ready with hi a usual enterprlee' to se- cure for the oitizens of Dhblin the e6joyment of firat elass3 mu. eic, pefeormed by flrat-cliee ertliatess having suceeded In effect- ing another engagement.;,ithi
05 September 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TRALEK MARKETS, Saturday.—At this day's market!there was liberal supply of potatoes, the quality appear® nsocn im- roved by the present

TRALEK MARKETS, Saturday.—At this day's market!there was liberal supply of potatoes, the quality appear® nsocn im- roved by the present

genial weather, and the virulence of the late light is checked to a great extent. Whites end Blacks, 3s. 3d. to 3s. fid. per half-quarter of 10 stone, or 4sd. per atone; Rattier*, &c., 3s. 6d. to 4s. 6d per do. do., or fid. per atone. note one load of new oats at our market, the
04 September 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK And YOUGHAL RAILWAY COMPANY.

CORK And YOUGHAL RAILWAY COMPANY.

Low now, WnoNiauAT.—The first half-yearly general .. lhl * the pacing tba Act "" " the *"*'• Tavern, Driage-st., Westminster, this afternoon, for the purpose "etiving report fro* the directors, transacting the ordiawy Maiaaaa of the company, increasing the number airectcn and el
04 September 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
YESTERDAY'S FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

YESTERDAY'S FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST FROM THE EAST. The following is from the Marseilles correspondent of the Timet:— "According accounts from Constantinople of 25th August, the Artillery had embarked on the 20th. "The Spitfire and Sidon had destroyed the barricade s riised bj the Russians to impede the navi
06 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ENGLISH PIC-NIC.

THE ENGLISH PIC-NIC.

Mr. Stewart Keh, whose life has been for long a time trembling in the balance, is now reported by his medical attendants to have experienced a favourable turn, and hopes may be entertained of hi* recovery. The event, however, is still so doubtful, that the Magistrates Bow-street
06 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MINISTERIAL MOVEMENTS.

MINISTERIAL MOVEMENTS.

The Earl Clarendon, who returned to town on Friday afternoon from visiting her Majesty, at Osborne, after transacting business at the Foreign-office, in Downing-street, left in the evening for Grove-park, near Watford, Herts, to join the Countess and family. Mr. Grevill* left to
06 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TATTERS ALL'S—Monoay, September 4. St. I.eorr.— BoUrdo was backed for about 500 i., at 1; but the outlay had not

TATTERS ALL'S—Monoay, September 4. St. I.eorr.— BoUrdo was backed for about 500 i., at 1; but the outlay had not

any Improving effect on his position. The sam* odds were currently offered at the close; 200 to was laid once , 5 to 1 was taken about the Trapper with an avidity which quickly reduced the odds to 4to 1. Several commission* to back him at the higher quotations were consequently
06 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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06 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland