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THE BALTIC.

THE BALTIC.

DArTZIC, SEPT. 18.-The screw-steamer Bcaltno-a, Duncan, master, arrived and entered the port this morning. She left Ledsund on Saturday. The French and English admirals waitre at that time in LIedsund, and on the point of sailing for Nar ga. Seven Frenceh mnen-of-war were towed
25 September 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COM3El!CIAl, INTLTGENyCE, 13elf~ast, SatUrdayV -Evr~nic, -23rd Sopt., 18154. T rot heavy rains tbat have fhllen durng he wea;,,il it is feared, have an injurious efeto t e g oi n rem aining in the fir-Ids, and], doci btot h55. , tire 'c nr cato of' such hast been, the prinlcipal.
25 September 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FAIRS.

FAIRS.

F AI R S. A-TIHFBIT.AND Hhl1VArST FAIR.-This fair, on Wed- resdav, was not as large as usual, farmers beinzr en- gaged reaping and gathering in their grain. There was, however, rather a brisk show of live stock, and purchasers were bidding up pretty well. Good beeves sol] from L£
25 September 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Ship News.

Ship News.

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25 September 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEWS OF THIS DAY.

THE NEWS OF THIS DAY.

THE NEWS THIS DAY. BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPn. LANDING THE TROOPS—A DESPATCH LORD RAGLAN COMMUNICATED MINISTER OF WAR. T &E The Duke of Newcastle received late last Saturda night, from Lord Raglan, telegraphic despatch, dated the lGth September. It states that the Allied 'armies arriv
25 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LONGEST RANGE.

THE LONGEST RANGE.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE DUBLIN EVKNINO MAIL.. Victoria Hotel, Cork, 23d September, 1854. Sir—l beg to state, through the medium of your columns, that I can show the model of gun which shall beat in length of range and destructive power any cannon now in existence,not excepting rifl
25 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

London, Saturday, Two o'Clock..—The market for English Securities has again been heavy, and Contois, after having been dealt in for money at to 95J, have fallen to 95 for immediate transfer. The dealings for the account have been done at to 95g, and the quotations are now 95j to
25 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CRIMEA.

THE CRIMEA.

OIOOttIPHT— INHABITANTS— niSTORT. (FHOM MR. M'cOLLOCII's DICTION All v Crime*, the Chersoncus Taurica of tho » peninsula of Russia in Europe, government of "'l between 44.28 deg. and 45 d^gV"T a „dV&? and 36 E. long. It united on'the fo the mainland bv the isthmus of PerekoD I,
25 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Doncaster Winners—Of the 31 winning horses at Doncastor races last week, three each claim parentage from Orlando, Birdcatcher, and Chanticleer;

Doncaster Winners—Of the 31 winning horses at Doncastor races last week, three each claim parentage from Orlando, Birdcatcher, and Chanticleer;

two each from Touchstone, Ithuriel, and Galaor; and one each from Alarm, the Baron, Bay Middleton, Melbourne, Pjrrhus the First, Hetman l'latoff, lago, Cotherstonej Pantaloon, Venison, Phlegon, Fancy Boy, Planet, and Annandale. Their winnings are thus apportioned; Birdcatcher, 4
25 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Importance of Sebastopol.—The capturo of Sebastopo) w-ll deprive the enemy of all naval power, and leavfs the alliufi flocti at

Importance of Sebastopol.—The capturo of Sebastopo) w-ll deprive the enemy of all naval power, and leavfs the alliufi flocti at

liberty, whiloi's possession wi!l**iveu3 tt® power of carrying on the war on hostile territory wi'h <ase and certainly success. From it at a future season may bo despatched expeditions into the shallow seas and frit ha of the mainland. Nicolaicff, where the Black Sea fleet has b
22 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland