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31 October 1854 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IiLH'ATIONS.

IiLH'ATIONS.

I B1 ' - JURIST; A Stamped Weekly I'uWication. •iMilitr will be puWiabed November 4tb; con- Tv fir Ux-i« tlw several Courts of Iviuity. •• in the Incumbered E»t»tc. Courl, w'’,, suliscription, 3M> bulf-ycurly. ; quarterly, ■1 , s (iUKEN, Dublin. '.V.-.V.M..- Mll.l.iKliN. J'ul'li
31 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INDIA AND CHINA.

INDIA AND CHINA.

The from InJii and China, in of tlie overland mail, have arrived, bearing datea;—Bombay, September 28; and Kong, September 11. The journals contain accounts of two actions, or rather skirmishes —one near I’csliawiir, the other in the Niiam’s country-in both of which her Majesty
31 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PREPARATIONS FOR THE BALTIC.

PREPARATIONS FOR THE BALTIC.

The Daily Newt says that the War Office has ordered 100 new gun boats, with heavy guns in each, and floating batteries, with 70 gnus iu each, to be ready the Spring for Cronstadt. 1 The French have agreed to send largo force.
31 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GEORGE DIXON

GEORGE DIXON

OFFERS, the advantageous terms, to Cash Purchasers East In'lian Wax Candles, Opal Sperm do. French do. do. Itotanic Wax do. Finest Transparent Wax do. Sperm Candle*. Finest French Colza OIL GEOUGE DIXON, S'»fi and Manufactorer U'AKP.ttOOMS, N.«, 1 tn.l I, UFI’EH K.KNE-STREET. (C
31 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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47 224 8 3 Tonaghmageragh. 2 4 310 1 327 16 7 i citt of mmuK. 4 Plots round In) __ 6 2 StFfvhenVgrpen 5 Plots of Ground) ami lloiue in/- , 276 6 Sackville-atreet} CO. ROSCOMMOX. 6 Ardlagtianbeg, ... 209 2 109 10 6 2 7 Big Killcnragl.ly. | 257 1 150 0 0 251 11 0 Little Killeu- 1 r
31 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
de-nrlure of the *i[» the *IM fleets from before that jv>f- Th<> trale rejvjtls from the manufacturing towns fir the

de-nrlure of the *i[» the *IM fleets from before that jv>f- Th<> trale rejvjtls from the manufacturing towns fir the

last week show con->ideral»le degree *»f duluess, which • 'g« »te*l hy the in the pric; of food. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. There is further news from the Crimea. The nave the latent telegraphic insalligence which lieefl received lh>* French and English governmenU .Ut d frn.n the Crim
31 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIVERPOOL CORN MARKET—Tiiih Dat.

LIVERPOOL CORN MARKET—Tiiih Dat.

There has b-vn I -rate demand for wheat Friday’s line. Tho Ume of the market is firmer than on that day. Flour has taken slowly at are lucti »n of Is. 2* p*--r barrel. Oats oatmsal, beans, p-ws, budey. an 1 malt each token slowly full prices. curniu g'rtl request,and Is. per qr.
31 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

Oct 27. at her residence. Lower Mount street, after a very protracted illness. Miss Lyne, formerly of Cork, and sister the late Cornelia. Lyne. Esq. Hu me-street Sept. 20. killed at the batil * of the Alma, whilst gallantly waving the colours of his regiment. George Dickson Thom
31 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MISSION OF THE REDEMPTORIBT FATHER* IN CORK. Our reader* will not bare forgotten that in Hay lasttb* Father*, founded St.

MISSION OF THE REDEMPTORIBT FATHER* IN CORK. Our reader* will not bare forgotten that in Hay lasttb* Father*, founded St.

Atphoncns Lignori, of the Con. gregation of the Moot Holy Redeemer, most wc . oc**fnl mintlon in the North Parish of this city, the rctultg of which were consoling, that the sealons and venerable Bishop of the diocese earnestly desired to see the remainder of his city participat
31 October 1854 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland