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But now, for the first time, wo have to test Tree

But now, for the first time, wo have to test Tree

But now, for the first time, have to test Tree Trade during continental war. And here, find that the Protectionist seers have been false prophets. They had predicted, the consequence of the discouragement of agriculture in the United King, dora, actual famine in case of war, beca
31 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NAVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

NAVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

Cork Wrack* i» »t present crowded, closed bv the drafts from several regiments which have taken up their quarters in it, previous, it is believed, to embarkation for the seat of war. - i, .v- WrxrOßt) —Captain Tleredith arrived here this week from Waterford, and has been engaged
31 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OCTOBER, 1854

OCTOBER, 1854

0 TiMRST CLASS STEAMERS ARE 1 V-fla\; appointed to sail between Belfast * tj-T yand the following Ports, underraen- ForLdVEUPOOL, every Wednesday and Saturday, Returning thence to Belfast every Tuesday and rnday, viz..—3lst. Evening. . . „ ..... For GREENOCK and GLASGOW, the Roy
31 October 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
– *io3 * (5 26ti 15 5 *769 17 II

– *io3 * (5 26ti 15 5 *769 17 II

*io3 * 26ti 15 II ani» Balltmkna Kau.wat Traffic fur the week ending October 28, l»k4:— Passenger* ig.uto), Guuds, CorreapotKiinit week, 18i3: Passengers (8^16). Goods, mil* 6 and C..1 Down Railwat.— Traffic for the emlinK Octobers*. ti**ods ami parcel*. CorrespoDdinff week, 1863
31 October 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BELEAST DAILY MERCURY, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1854. SPIRIT LICENSES

THE BELEAST DAILY MERCURY, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1854. SPIRIT LICENSES

Tilt following Magistrates of the County Antrim assembled in Record Court, the County Courthouse, yesterday, to hear applications for licenses or transfers of licen>es to keep public-houses for the sale of spirits in the Belfast Division; —Robert Grinishaw, Ksq., Chairman; Dr. M
31 October 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MERCANTILE JOURNAL, OCTOBER 31.

MERCANTILE JOURNAL, OCTOBER 31.

SPINNING, BLEACHING. AND MANUFACTURING FLAX CORK. li is intended to eetnMish, in this city, for spinning, blenching, nnd nMnnfaotaeinf «*x, company in be protected » with limited liability: so that should the undertaking end in failur —which there is ground whatever for snppoaia
31 October 1854 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
and the nww**Uiirer m»y »pp«* te be reetmtied the ftee eMfce leboor offered bttn, the iyetem rewte te the of

and the nww**Uiirer m»y »pp«* te be reetmtied the ftee eMfce leboor offered bttn, the iyetem rewte te the of

Maeeehwetts the edecatwo the young in factorioTj ptaoedundar the fhUowiD* legal regulations : rthiJl ahall have »omo public or private day whe« ”stSn is given by teacher qwl»ed accordinc to law to teach orthography, reading, writing, accort.ng w . arithm etic. and good English g
31 October 1854 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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31 October 1854 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SELL IN ONE LOT,

SELL IN ONE LOT,

SELL ONE LOT, Part of the LANDS of DERRYMACLOUGHNET, containing 347 a. 2n. 16p., Statute Measure, and One-third of the Tolls of the Fairs of TUHLOUGHMORE. situate in the Barony of Clare, and County of Galway, held it. fee. Producing the Yearly Rent ... Xl 19*. Valued by Mr. Nicho
31 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BALTIC FLEET.

THE BALTIC FLEET.

The screws’* are now beginning arriv^T.^i.^^k•gc Ml their way Contend, the St. •Ivand'Act,. Uavin-ridi afternoon matin her appearance, amt she doubtless ifi • followed by others, understand this is to the of rendezvous for the fleet on their homeward voyage, Tt»e Hi. Jean d’Acre
31 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland