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, SEPV 3. Grain. * f . Prt<« : __ >3.1 perewt ; Flcmr.Brrt.2l* • . third. It* l*l per

, SEPV 3. Grain. * f . Prt<« : __ >3.1 perewt ; Flcmr.Brrt.2l* • . third. It* l*l per

.10. ; Oat*, lid It* per bom'l; Indian Com. M per ewt. . Oatmeal. I.* ' r t", - ,0 l-er 4«l •« I* I'dperStoa.; do.. rrttek. I .d per ; Motlvn. per do. • rdloVl perdu ; Ham*. 77** d |>rr ewt.' v 23-—(.rato.Ar -The fttppllretooor beat, both foreign anti oatlrr. brought Hurley iat|
28 September 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRA N C E

PRA N C E

N C Paris. Skpt. 25.— The Kmpeeaa act out for Boulogne this morning. A fire broke out in the theatre, Boulogne, yestenlay, about mid day. The prooeeded to the aeenc ccanflagraiioa in person, and remained two bonrs, giving directioas for arresting the progress of the dames. GERMAN
28 September 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR SALE

FOR SALE

A WAGGON BOILER, 3 x 10 Apply at Joyinount Mill. Camckfcrxu*. Sept. H, 1554. IM2 |>KIME WHITE INDIAN CORN ti.\ Mar» WILLIAM M‘COLLOUGH. Wareho«»«-Lanc, Wanng Slroet, Sept. *>, l»M. 15*3 SALE TO-MORROW. SALE DUTCH FLOWER-ROOT 8. To lie Sold by Auction, at tbc MART. No. 9, DONE. G
28 September 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOUSES AND BUILDING-GROUND SALE

HOUSES AND BUILDING-GROUND SALE

TO BOLD, PRIVATE COXTB UT, Those two dwellino-hoises, No* rikl 12, Alfred-Mtfeet; *l»o, th<we Three DW UNO Horsts, No*. 5. 7. And 9. Joy-Street . toct withtW Three DWELLING -HOI’SES, N«*. •n<l 3<>, I-itUc May-Stroct, the Town IV-lfai Tbcae llooaca are all well and aabetanUall) i
28 September 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FERRY DEFENCE FUND

FERRY DEFENCE FUND

A GREAT MANY OP THE INHABITANTS of Belfast Wing desirous of expressing their sympathy with Ueutensnt Berry, the Regiment, and their indignation st the harassing and long-con tinned persecution to which has been subjected, wish join Subscription for defraying the enormous expense
28 September 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NORTHERN WHIG, BELFAST, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 28. 1854.

THE NORTHERN WHIG, BELFAST, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 28. 1854.

ALTTMN ARRIVAUi. DEUVEKY FOR TRE SEASON THE LADIES’ BERLIN WOOL AND FANCY-WAREHOUSE, 3, Ctutlt-Building*, Domtgall-Plate. 1513 HUGH RIDDELL
28 September 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
fixdlater axd Co, GENERAL GHOCEKS. WINE AN II SPIRIT MERCHANTS.

fixdlater axd Co, GENERAL GHOCEKS. WINE AN II SPIRIT MERCHANTS.

fixdlater Co, GENERAL GHOCEKS. WINE II SPIRIT MERCHANTS. Beat Black ••• ••• Second Quality, an excellent strong full flavoured Congou Good sound Congou Finest Pearl Gunpowder Young Hyson Scented Orange Pekoe 4<l 55 «s 4d Perdoz. IKI Od 28« Od 245 CKI 245 Od Od Od 485 Od Od Od 70s
28 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY OF KILDARE.

COUNTY OF KILDARE.

In the Matter of Com.vws.onkrb the Estate of -i- , . v Michael Andrew Korke, Ksouire the 15th (Iftyot Dl-.t EMJBtB, Owner and Petitioner. the hour of Twelve o Clock - at Noon, their Chamber*, Henrietta-street, Dublin.^ in Four The Fee and Inheritance of and in the Lands of - HAL
28 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Till: IIAR y EST AND THE CORN MARKETS.

Till: IIAR y EST AND THE CORN MARKETS.

Till: IIAR EST AND THE CORN MARKETS. Wlii Ist carefully watching the results the harvest, „ .J affording to our agricultural friends the most accural. information to the probable range of the ruar- V..J, have altogether refrained from dogmatising aMi prices. We felt the necessity
28 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

No. 167. The Patheisdeb. No. 168,--Tue Deeb-slater. No. 169.—The Oak Opexiscs, or the Bee Hcxteb. London : Rutledye and Co. Three of Cooper’s graphic tales of forest life, in two of which that quaint semi-civilised forest philosopher, and kind-hearted character. Leather-stocking
28 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland