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DUBLIN MARKETS.

DUBLIN MARKETS.

COBN zzorHANGW, FRIDA1, iEPT 29. Our market tbis morning Was pretty well attended ty pailrs and dealers. In foreign wheat a fair bainess Wus ?? at the trame ourrencies of this day seennighte The aupply of Irish- moderate, and, with a good de-.. prices advaned on the week 6d per
30 September 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INCREASING CIRCULATION OF EXAMINER.

INCREASING CIRCULATION OF EXAMINER.

For tbe three months ending March 13, 1854, tbe amount Stamna issued by tbe Examiner was 45,000 —which, even supposing further increase during ihe year, raises our annual circulation to 180,000, our weekly circulation to 3,471, and our daily circulation to 1,157.
29 September 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBININ CORN EXCHANGE, THIS DAY.

DUBININ CORN EXCHANGE, THIS DAY.

fine. Demand for neir produce ateady to prices of Tuesday. In some few cases a small advance was obtained on prime new Wheat. All other things remained firm and without alteration in rates.
29 September 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Orders were received in Dover from the Board Ordnance some time back that the barracks in the Castle, excavated in

Orders were received in Dover from the Board Ordnance some time back that the barracks in the Castle, excavated in

the cliff fronting the sea in the reign of George 111., when invasion was threatened Napoleon "hich, after being occupied by different regiments tcilms, have been used a depository for Urge stores of gunpowder, should be cleared out. Accordingly, vessels have been occupied at in
29 September 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY AND NAVY.

THE ARMY AND NAVY.

(From Iht Morning Chronicle.) A fatality seems at thia moment to attend both branches of her Majesty's service. Scarcely has the public mind recovered from the shock produced by the recent revelations of barrack military life, when we are pained and disgusted by an occurrence fa
29 September 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CARPET AND UPHOLSTERY WARE ROOMS, 40, G«EAT GEORGE'S STREBT. JOHN DALY AND Co., BEG annou nee the completion of their

CARPET AND UPHOLSTERY WARE ROOMS, 40, G«EAT GEORGE'S STREBT. JOHN DALY AND Co., BEG annou nee the completion of their

eitentiv* alteration*. and the Arrival of their New Stoci, at extremely Low Price*. TAPESTRY, BRUSSELS. KIDDDBRMINSTBR. AND STAIR CARPETS, DAMASKS. MOREENS, AND FRINGES. FEATHER BEDS. BOLSTERS, AND PILLOWS. _ CURLED HAIR AND COCOA FIBRE MATTRESSES. The Patent American LEATHER CL
29 September 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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VOL. XVIII.—No. 3*.] guide to government situations, coin AiNiM: - information how to proceed in m wabtam’mg Botbbiiwdi* Arf gmmTWEirr; also the Duties and Emoluments of each Office, he. London: C. Mitchell, Bed Lion Court, Fleet Street, who tends the work, post free, on receipt
30 September 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
VISITATION OF THE LORD BISHOP OF MEATH.

VISITATION OF THE LORD BISHOP OF MEATH.

On Friday last the Primary Visitation of the Lord Bishop of Meath was held in onr parish church. The attendance of the clergy wis very numerous, and a large congregation of the laity also assembled on this interesting occasion. Divine service was performed by the Vicar and the R
29 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH RAILWAY RETURNS.

IRISH RAILWAY RETURNS.

MADE TP TO THE RESPECTIVE DATES UNDER 1854. 1853. Name Railway. £ s. d. £ s. d Cork and Bandon, ... ... 10 2 ... 178 8 0 Cork, Blackrock, and Passage, Sept. 23... 237 11 ... 407 3 3 Belfast and County Down, Sept. ... 236 15 ... 283 14 Waterford and Limerick, Sept. 23 ... 807 1 W
29 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Empress Eugenie.—The Empress is eonslderabty improved health, it rumoured that the birth of an heir to tho throne of

The Empress Eugenie.—The Empress is eonslderabty improved health, it rumoured that the birth of an heir to tho throne of

Franco within few'inonths Is no im ans improbable event. Iler Majesty Queen Maria Amelia, Countess de Neuilly (ex Queen of the French), the Duke and Duchess de Nemours, and their Royal Highnesses' children, the Count d'En, the Duke d'Alencon, and the Princess Margaret and snite,
29 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland