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LIMERICK AND FOYNES RAILWAY COMPANY.

LIMERICK AND FOYNES RAILWAY COMPANY.

Til IKD HALF-YEARLY MEETING. The third half-yearly meeting of the above company was held on Saturday last, at the company's offices, 07, GeorgeVstreet, Limerick. The Earl of Dunraven, Chairman of the Company, occupied the chair. The following shareholders were in attendance Wynd
27 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE RIOTS AT NEWTOWNLIMAVADY.

THE RIOTS AT NEWTOWNLIMAVADY.

Castle, Ilth September, 1354. Sib—l directed by the Lord Lieutenant to aeknow- ! ledge tho receipt of the memorial, dated the 7th instant, from inhabitants of town of Newtownlimavady, wherein referring to tho disturbances which took place in that town on the 3d instant, they com
22 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Just publish To Eleven Numbers, Sixpence each, or complete in one vol., royal Svo., price 75., Uniform with the Songs

Just publish To Eleven Numbers, Sixpence each, or complete in one vol., royal Svo., price 75., Uniform with the Songs

of Scotland. OOD'S EDITIQN SONGS OF IRELAND, Arranged and Edited J. T. Si renxk. The Volume preceded by an Introductory Dissertation Fakquhar Graham Wood and Co.. Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Aberdeen; and J. M'GLASHAN. 60, Upper S ickville--trcet, Dublin. fJO A L II A KAI ONIC SALOO
22 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN NEWS

FOREIGN NEWS

[The following «ppc«ml Soppl«Mncnt to our pub- Ucation of Tuesday :J London, September 2C. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES FROM THE ARMY IN THE CRIMEA. despatch ha* been received from Lord Raglan and St. Amaud giving »onic further dctaiiarcspectmg the expedition to the Crimea. The despat
28 September 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
O. C. HYNDMAN, Auctioneer. •h.*4. |«i3 :e tolls to be i.it.

O. C. HYNDMAN, Auctioneer. •h.*4. |«i3 :e tolls to be i.it.

O. C. HYNDMAN, Auctioneer. •h.*4. |«i3 :e tolls to i.it. EREHY GIVEN. THAT THE the Second Divuuon of Mail Coach .-C to Belfast Will Let by Anction, at 1. No. 7. CASTLE-PLACE, in the FRIDAY. day of OCTOBER, ck m the Afternoon, the LEGAL nt fixed by the Trustees, to be colseveral G
28 September 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOTICE OF REMOVAL CARVING & GILDING ESTABLISHMENT,

NOTICE OF REMOVAL CARVING & GILDING ESTABLISHMENT,

No. 20, Castle-Place. MODESTO SILO <£• SONS BEG INFORM the Nability. Gentry, and Ptthlk. of Belfast, and Neighbourhood, that they hire. Opened the above Establishment tcith Select Assortment i'kimney, Dressing, and other Glasses; also, a variety Git and Fancy-wood Frames. M. 8.
28 September 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Co hr ?trt or £olh.

Co hr ?trt or £olh.

?trt or £olh. I-CT. THAT LARGE HOUSE, No. 4. Howiinl Street; *lao. 23, Donegal!-Street. Immodiate poj«e#»ion can la- given. 145! Apply to CHAUI.ES I'KVTON. 6. Howar.l Mrcct. LET, No. 4, SPAFIELD, HOLY-1 WOOD, present occupied by Tb.eaas Cbennaiiie, Eaq. on Irt November next. Appl
28 September 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STEAM TO AUSTRALIA.

STEAM TO AUSTRALIA.

Will leave Soathamptoß, ••n Uio 4U» of OCTOBEK, lsj4. with her Majesty’* Mail*, FOB PORT PHILLIP, SYDNEY, AND ADELAIDE. - GENERAL SCREW j 1 Strata Shipping Company’* Magnificent, Clipper • Built Screw ’i-. ii Steam Slop ARGO. 1.530 Ton* ; ”*■ Geocok nr. Commander. The above Stea
28 September 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NORTHERN WHIG, BELFAST, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1854.

THE NORTHERN WHIG, BELFAST, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1854.

23 September 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO ADVERTISERS

TO ADVERTISERS

CASUAL ADVERTISEMENTS, INSERTED by parties who hate reynlar accounts Office, must be paid fortchen ordered. This arrangement has been found necessary in consequence the great increase of small advertisements, which an not of sutfiaent amount warrant our opening a account each.
23 September 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland