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E PARTICULARS. LOT I. Comprises the Uouao an.l Domesno r.nr.pco, tfliers or.d v eil T:allcd-in Garden, of wliieh tuo purchaser can get the ioimedi p.)!.sc£sion. lie new plantatious are laid out with grsrt taste and judg meat, and arc composed of the oinamcnlal and rare trees, co
23 September 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Charge by a Roman Catholic Priest of Attempting to Extort Money. —In a report we gave last week it was

Charge by a Roman Catholic Priest of Attempting to Extort Money. —In a report we gave last week it was

stated that Miss Jones, the daughter of a clergyman living in (he Isle of Mao, applied to the magistrates at Stockton-on-Tees for an order to maintain her illegitimate son, of which she alleged that the Rev. Richard Singleton, the Roman Catholic priest at Stockton, was the putat
25 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE INVASION OF THE CRIMEA.

THE INVASION OF THE CRIMEA.

glie MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. 1854. True to its nature, the Telegraph of to-day contradicts the tale it supplied us with on Friday. It now appears that the troops did not land on the 14th of September, and that the Sctual place where a portion, and only portion of them, landed on t
25 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTS OF CATTLE INTO LIVERPOOL.

IMPORTS OF CATTLE INTO LIVERPOOL.

IMPORTS CATTLE INTO LIVERPOOL. For the week eliding Sept. 20, 1854. With the numbers previously imported this year, and at the corresponding periods in 1853. I Ireland. Total. Cow. this week 11811 | _ ;wt I ' 4503 previously 87746 4639 92455 77143 Sheep this week 10392 ' 1052 114
25 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
J. Sapleir, Esq., M.P.—A rumour has just reached that the member for this borough is about to accept office a

J. Sapleir, Esq., M.P.—A rumour has just reached that the member for this borough is about to accept office a

second time under the Earl of Aberdeen, and that, consequently, vacancy will occur the representation Sligo. Should'thU be the case, the Conservative* will have good chance of returning their candidate, as they have a clear working majority.—>SligO Journal. Holloway's Pills most
25 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IN CUMB ESTATES. IX THE COURT THE COMMISSIONERS FOR SALE INCUMBERED ESTATES IN IRELAND. In tho Matter of tho] ■>

IN CUMB ESTATES. IX THE COURT THE COMMISSIONERS FOR SALE INCUMBERED ESTATES IN IRELAND. In tho Matter of tho] ■>

Y Order of tho Com- tho Matter of tliol ■> Y Order of tho Com- Estate of Daniel Cronin, minion era, Mr. PETER Daniel Oronln ColNmann, PENNINGTON, Auctioneer, will. Sir llium I). Godfrey, on TUESD AY, the loth day OCand Damn Maria Teresa, TOBER, 1854, at his Sain Roouis, his wife
25 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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25 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RUSSIAN INTRIGUES AT VIENNA.

RUSSIAN INTRIGUES AT VIENNA.

The Journal ties Debals contains the following account of the rei-al the Russian Ambassador, M. Meyendorff, from Vienna :— When M. de Meyendorff arrived at Vienna, at the end of 1850, the remembrance of the services which Russia had rendered to Austria was still fresh, and altho
22 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH RAILWAY RETURNS.

IRISH RAILWAY RETURNS.

WADE TUK RESPECTIVE DATES AS UNDER 1854. 1853. Name Railway. s. d. £ Belfa.sta.id lUllymcnr*, Sept. 16 ... 763 1 0 ... 792 2 Belfast and County Down, Sept.. 17 ... 257 11 10 ... 2G4 Cork, Blackrock.and Passage, S#>pt. 16... 235 0 ... 222 3 Cork and Bandon, No return. Dublin and
22 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHOLERA.

THE CHOLERA.

Finglas District—No new case of cholera, we era to say, has occurred at Finglas during the present week. All the cases remaining under treatment are progressing rapidly to convalescence. Diminution in Choleba Cases.—We rejoice to learn that, for some days past, the cholera has b
27 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland