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Commercial.

Commercial.

Criammercial. REVIEW OF TiTlIE CORN TRADE DURING TIlE PAST WEEK. (Fron te/ 3Jn'k Lens E'xprpess of September 18.) Till. weather, after havin g been iuinintrorrupoted ly fine for a perioll of mnore than a nth has udeigocie a chang'. ' The xrilo for several days past has blown Iio0
20 September 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE STOCKTON CHARGE AGAINST A ROMAN CATHOLIC PRIEST.

THE STOCKTON CHARGE AGAINST A ROMAN CATHOLIC PRIEST.

TIM STtiCKToN C7EA-RGE A '& ?? ROMAN CATHOLIC PRIES Mis JAN BEATIritc JON 1,, theL daughiter of a clergy ma~n of the Church of England, but wyho had become, Roman Catholic, made application befoim the Stooktot Mn~gjstrt'Ites, on. Wednesday, for an afiitonr~oet against the Rev. Mr
18 September 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SCHISMATICS.

THE SCHISMATICS.

TLIIE SC' iSV T ICI *. ?? OFe anosrTEmX40W NVlfEF~Z - - AECHlDcAVON ROaer 'iaaerontE las retsnned les 'preferments'in the 'Chuch, partly 'iconsequence of the: ~eps 'khich hrad been t~teen m referercetohispub lishied opinion on the subject oE the ZEucaist, andt :partly in conseque
11 September 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEWTOWNLIMAVADY RIOTS—ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS.

THE NEWTOWNLIMAVADY RIOTS—ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS.

THE INEWTOWNLIMAVADY RIOTS-ADDx. TIONAL PARTICULARS. Tna Lodorendeerry Senti;l fur nishes the following fur- ther notices of the extraordinary riots and outrages in Newtownlimavady, to which we called attention in our last:. ?? great majority of the townispeople are Protes- tants
11 September 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
VOI, V.-Aft 256 AFTER-GRASS. I.KT. for ATINO. Ih« Aft«r.GrM» of T Ail HIU. LAWN. Apply BUSSELL PATTESON. 4. 1854. Economy

VOI, V.-Aft 256 AFTER-GRASS. I.KT. for ATINO. Ih« Aft«r.GrM» of T Ail HIU. LAWN. Apply BUSSELL PATTESON. 4. 1854. Economy

ringmncn IN MKRCUAST TAIIORIN6. tTAVE you «<en onr Stock, or triod our Make cf Morning, flfe OFFICE. SUMMER COATS, ▼•• • * UVEBIEB, »«.. ke., fc«.* PIT I NCAUKU. *ot. «• Mlieit in*pectioo and trial Ufora jcu elaewhere. R ft B. PATTESON* Dondalk. Oar Bayrr in tba Market the Fourt
09 September 1854 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
BKTWfttfc* DROGHEDA * IsAVBKPOOIa.

BKTWfttfc* DROGHEDA * IsAVBKPOOIa.

THE Drogheda Steam company’s Splendid Fleet of First flasss Steam Ships, sail rrguUrly between Drogheda and Liverpool, with or w Pilots SAIUSOS_*EPT. IBS4. DROGHEDA UVEHPOOL Monday » \ * jtT* Wrdntadny I3ih 2 o Friday Isih Katarday $ o UVERPOOI. TO WBOOHEOA. Monday llth Sept «cl
09 September 1854 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
INDIA AND CHINA.

INDIA AND CHINA.

Southampton, Wednesday Morning.—Arrived— Ripon steamer, bringing heavy portions of East India, China, and Mediterranean mails. Date*— Alexandria, Aug 30th; Malta, 27th; Gibraltar ttipon bring* no newt of impor* tan c e. The Argo steamer has alt* arrived to discharge cargo, from
09 September 1854 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIED.

MARRIED.

Ssoti)nibar 91 la PatriaVi Church, DtindalV. b»The*ReT rrwtela M-Oialty. C.C.. Mr Daffy, DaaWn, count* Loath, Miry, aide I of Mr Michael Braanan. Duadillc Ardaa Choreh, oa tho Mthinatant. the R -» l ward Hamilton, Drunconra. and br«- thrr.ia-laar to bride, Daald Urqnhart. Hnr* t
09 September 1854 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
A N£W I,OVE STORY.

A N£W I,OVE STORY.

A I,OVE STORY. Hugh Miller, the well-Wnown (Innemaion, geologist, and poet, has recent); related how he courted and won while pursuing hie trade in humble life. was visited one evening by female friend, who was accompanied by two ladies, whom had not seen before—one of them charm
09 September 1854 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY

THE ARMY

Major.Geseoal J. E. Jonei, R A._ Tliis gsllant officer, who filled the office Assistant Adjutant Oeaeral of the Royal Artillery, and resigned "it short time since, died on Tuesday laat, at his residence at Haroptonwick, after short ill> nest. The Lieutenant General of the Ordnan
09 September 1854 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland