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LOSS OP A VESSEL WITH TROOPS,

LOSS OP A VESSEL WITH TROOPS,

Information received at Lloyd’s during the last few days has induced the authorities there to give op the Lidy Nngent, transport ship, her with Mves. The Lady belonged to Sir George Hoigkiasoo, of C-irnhill, and was chartered last spring by the Government Madras a troop ship, fo
30 September 1854 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS.

DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS.

Tfc* Estate here offered for sale hee been lately pnrcheeed the Incumbered Estates' Court, that the render will ledlmi parilatnewtorr title the purchaeer. The landt are •itMto W the Pariah of Killnley, Barony of Dunkellin, and Ualway; highly productire deecription, the aiirfeo*
30 September 1854 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
£3 is o Cott of manure, I cwt. nitrate, 18*.; 1 ewt. ialt, 2«. .. 10 0

£3 is o Cott of manure, I cwt. nitrate, 18*.; 1 ewt. ialt, 2«. .. 10 0

£3 is o Cott of manure, cwt. nitrate, 18*.; 1 ewt. ialt, 2«. .. 10 0 Preflt per acre .. .. £2 is These two experiments supply little that is new, they only corroborate hundreds of others made in various parts of the country in previous years. But they are useful in impressing upo
30 September 1854 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REAPING MACHINE COMPETITION.

THE REAPING MACHINE COMPETITION.

This week it is our duty to record the second great trial of reaping machines under the auspices of the Stirlingshire Agricultural Society, which came off with considerable eclat on Friday last. Public advertisement had given notice that no less than eleven machines had been ord
30 September 1854 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Cflwmanwrtiws to tjt «Wtor.

Cflwmanwrtiws to tjt «Wtor.

Cflwmanwrtiws to «Wtor. THE PROSPECTS OF 1884. •, Bui-t-1 im eonitant rMUIer of yonr OAzrrts, not wi- IMqvratiy guided in operetlone, by yonr preeticel enggeettene. In Inil lest, yen took partieaUr peine in 00-operetion with the Beltet Fie* Society, promote en extended growth fle
30 September 1854 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UirOWUID rr ROYAL Limu FATING .lonnlly durimr voynpp, Tliicli will prermt , | nation to nickiieM, ami at lh»* rametime

UirOWUID rr ROYAL Limu FATING .lonnlly durimr voynpp, Tliicli will prermt , | nation to nickiieM, ami at lh»* rametime

p-ir. tli* l United Service & General i m i,| urio eff «« Life Murance 6? Guarantee ', J 1 *” P ill9nlor ° > rlil '!' ll > 'y u ,1. *JJ following coniplainfß, vi*., indirection, loas of • ASSOCIATION. flatulency, acidity, heartlium, beadache, riddiotss ilin,. of night, coativene
30 September 1854 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LARGEST AND FINEST MERCHANT SHIP

THE LARGEST AND FINEST MERCHANT SHIP

BLACK BALL LINE OF AUSTRALIAN PACKETS.
30 September 1854 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
KILKER RACES

KILKER RACES

These races eoiuraeueed Thursday last, and were well attended. Murh sport waa enjoyed in the running being eirellent. The first rare, steeple chaso of three railea ‘or the Kilkee p'ate, sons earh.with 50 added won by Mr. Mahon’s Varuiah hrafinjt Mr. Canny'a Prince Patrick. Capta
30 September 1854 - Limerick and Clare Examiner - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRVAGr. B

MARRVAGr. B

In H.urch. Henry Howard Barber. . to Diana, daughter of John Pyre. Esq., Kyrcconrt Caatle, county of Henry rharlea third the late Sir Ralph Bart., of Mariatow Devon, rnrdeli* I.ncy, eldest daughter Ewing Clark. Ran. Pfford Manor „ _ A* Whittington George Hunter. Paq.f tn theßova
30 September 1854 - Limerick and Clare Examiner - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
AND CnNVF.NT OF THE RK DKMPTORIST FATHERS ON MOUNT SAINT ALPHONSUS LIMERICK i* now about half year since the Fnther*

AND CnNVF.NT OF THE RK DKMPTORIST FATHERS ON MOUNT SAINT ALPHONSUS LIMERICK i* now about half year since the Fnther*

took their residence in Limerick, spot to which they were led give preference, not only by the kind so- the venerable bishop of this city, to whom they indebted for having given their first mission Ireland. I'ut also by the consideration thst Limerick, being one of the most cent
30 September 1854 - Limerick and Clare Examiner - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland