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THE PEOPLE

THE PEOPLE

the inquiry. For several hundred years the population of France was supplied with a cheap literature by the %cll. known system of eolportage ; by means of which some tight or nine millions of small volumes and pamphlets, varying in price from one halfpenny to ten pence, were ann
02 September 1854 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WAR. THE TROOPS IN THE BALTIC. BFRLIN. rRIDAT. — The English troops at Bomersund suffer extremely from cholera. They

THE WAR. THE TROOPS IN THE BALTIC. BFRLIN. rRIDAT. — The English troops at Bomersund suffer extremely from cholera. They

will probably embark again immediately. It is expected that the fortress will be blown up and abandoned. Several vessels have sailed for llango. HAMOVRGH, ArG. 25.—A strong division of the fleet has left Ledsond to cruise in the Gulf of Finland. The Nits of Aland will be destroy
02 September 1854 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF WEXFORD GAOL. ROPOSALS Sealed and Endorsed will be received by P the BOARD of SUPERINTENDENCE at a Meeting

COUNTY OF WEXFORD GAOL. ROPOSALS Sealed and Endorsed will be received by P the BOARD of SUPERINTENDENCE at a Meeting

to be lieWiat the hour of ONE o'clock, P.M., on WEDNESDAY-the 13th day of SEPTEMBER next, for supply ing said Gaol with the following Articles, to be delivered as required, via.:— Best BROWN BREAD per lb., for One year, commencing Ist October, Do. WHITE do., do. Do. BARLEY and R
02 September 1854 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
WHITE CROSS LINE

WHITE CROSS LINE

AUSTRALIAN AND AMERICAN PACKETS. F.. J. MORE & Co., D ESPATCH FIRST-CLAS*; SHIPS Weekly to the United States and Canada, and at intervals to the different : 4; Ports in Australia. FOR NEW YORK. Captains. TonsTo Sail. Bnrthen. THORNTON, C. Collins, 2500 2nd Oct. AMERICA, T. H. C.
30 September 1854 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

ARRIVAL OT THE RIIIPRESS AT ROULOONt. BOULOGNS, Sari. 26.—The long-expected visit of the Empress Eugenic to this port was fulfilled, at four o'clock today. Her Majesty arrived by rail from beyond Amiens, sad was received at the station by the Emperor and his star, attended by th
30 September 1854 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
undertaking—viz., the erection of a permanent and suitable dwelt and convent. Encouraged, however, by the known generosity and charitable dispositions

undertaking—viz., the erection of a permanent and suitable dwelt and convent. Encouraged, however, by the known generosity and charitable dispositions

of the inhabitans of Limerick, and of Ireland generally, they have determined on making this appeal in order to collect the necessary funds to carry out the plans of the new permanent buildings. The Redemptorist Fathers are the more prompted to rely on the liberality of all thos
30 September 1854 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TENANT-RIGHT CONFERENCE.

THE TENANT-RIGHT CONFERENCE.

A Conference of the friends of tenant-right throughout the country, co,cened by a qui•ition numerously and influentially signed, was held on Tuesday at the council rooms of the Irish Tenant League in Dublin, to consider and determine upon the best measures for advancing the tena
30 September 1854 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MAYO COA'STIT U T I 0 N, SEPTE M B E K 26, 185 4-

THE MAYO COA'STIT U T I 0 N, SEPTE M B E K 26, 185 4-

THE MAYO U I N, SEPTE E 185 4- Hire-tin" was past which had brought them together; and him personally to do, and hence the cause of displeasure, their returning home that the hideous atrocity But we owe it to our readers to state our reasons tor occue-,:.>vd. tor no other reason,
26 September 1854 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

A terrific riot occurred at Newark the sth instant on the occasion of the first annual parade at the American Protestant AsKiciation of the State. The Association visited Newark invitation of Newark City Lodge No. 4, and united with that body in the ce.ehrution of the day. The*
26 September 1854 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONSTITUTION; OR CORK ADVERTISER.—THORBDAT MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1854.

THE CONSTITUTION; OR CORK ADVERTISER.—THORBDAT MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1854.

liquid which, when released the concussion of the hall, becomes sheet of liquid fire, contumhig all within its ioH'gtfnce, the smoke emitted also destroying human life. Tbe following appointment* have been made: Lieutenants—Charles J. Row ley (1862), from the Hornet, 17, screw a
21 September 1854 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland