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FRENCH AND GERMAN

FRENCH AND GERMAN

TAUGHT in CLASSES and in PRIVATE LESSONS, V. RYLSKI. Families attended on moderate terms. Additional Class will opened on the Ist November, 16. COLLEGE STREET.
31 October 1854 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ESTABLISHMENT

ESTABLISHMENT

THE Proprietors of THE BANNER OF ULSTER’ beg to intimate to Sub— rib— and the Advertising Public, that, in order to obtain the anno— iditinn rendered ncoeaMiy the ioeroM of their ■■>■■■, here removed from their concern, and taken the ntoeaive preaim, No. 61, DONEGALL STREET, orr
31 October 1854 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Good Advicb.— He industrious and economical. Waste neither time nor money in small and ussiest pleasures and indulgences. If tbe

Good Advicb.— He industrious and economical. Waste neither time nor money in small and ussiest pleasures and indulgences. If tbe

young can indooed to save, tbe moment they enter upon the paths of lifo,Uw way will ever become easier before them, nod they will not fail to obtain competency, and without denying themselves any real oeoeuilies and comforts of life. To Industry and economy add •elf-reliance. no
31 October 1854 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
. BALLTXAUINCII. Ocr. 26. Barley. 7a 0J 8d per ewh: oau, Iod to 01; meal. 13a 0d to 14a lodbn

. BALLTXAUINCII. Ocr. 26. Barley. 7a 0J 8d per ewh: oau, Iod to 01; meal. 13a 0d to 14a lodbn

meal,9s lOd to 10a 6d; poiaioas. IsSd to 3a tumipa, 0* 6d: earruta, 3s to 3a O-ITC? upland. Is to do. meadow, la 6d to la 10J; atraw.m 8d to 10d; mill-scotched flax, per stone, 04t07‘4d. ter. keys. each. 4<i to 3s 3d: geese. 2d (o 0d; dueka,?!* to 10d; hens, lOd to la hide*, cow
31 October 1854 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BSSZZtABIsS ZNVGSTMSIfT. rBE LET, or tbe INTEREST SOLD, in that well, established Concern CLONMEL, well known the WESTGATE ESTABLISHMENT, in

BSSZZtABIsS ZNVGSTMSIfT. rBE LET, or tbe INTEREST SOLD, in that well, established Concern CLONMEL, well known the WESTGATE ESTABLISHMENT, in

which large hat been carried on for aeries of year* in tbe Grocery, Wine, and Spirit Trad*** The terra of tbe pre •ent proprietor, Mr. John Murpst, (who bolde lea»e) will expire March next. Application to be mado to Michael Daly, Upper John-ttreet, Fbbop.bice. Lyons, Evq., Lavit
31 October 1854 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
rumua motioe or uhovau

rumua motioe or uhovau

rumua motioe or I AM aboat to nmov my Workshop ond Oflßoo from to No. I, WARREN’S PLACE. The new •bops on safficiaatlj Urgo to odoit «*«rj -ncoot iaiprovficaent into tbs MsaaftctoriDg Department. Tbs Baainsss, which is fsr mors sateosivs oos than its asms •mbs to implft shall be
31 October 1854 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CO&S PATRIOTIC FUITO.

CO&S PATRIOTIC FUITO.

The Mayor. I*o High Sheriff, ... 10 Dean of Cork, ... 0 Rd. Saintbill. ... 0 John Cotter, ... 50 0 Thomaa T0bi0,... 5 0 Messrs. Jeaniaga, 50 0 Sir T. Deane, ... 5 0 0 Beamish tt Craw- Dr. W. Townsend, 10 John F. Maguire, M.P n 2 0 George Pickering, 20 Tbos. H. Hewitt, and Co., .
31 October 1854 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MILITIA.

THE MILITIA.

Hie left wing of the 2d Somerset militia, embracing the head-quarters, aod including 500 men, arrived from Bristol on Sunday, by the and took up quarters in Cork barracks. They are fine body of men, and are well disciplined, considering the short time they have been at drill. Th
31 October 1854 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SICK

THE SICK

October 12 The chief enemy is one against which coarage or skill can avail Sickness still continues its ravages, and, though the men have now received their tents, and are no longer exposed to the chill damp of autumnal bivouac, yet the atate of the army is far from satisfactory
31 October 1854 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
to day the aoioo of the reiaforcemeat to the besieged array in Sebastopol Friday another sale of Russian prizes took

to day the aoioo of the reiaforcemeat to the besieged array in Sebastopol Friday another sale of Russian prizes took

place the Abo, of'6oo tons, was knocked down, £2,060 at wbiob id makins; with the sum realized by her cargo, £569 total of £2,629. The Argent re, fell at £1,940 ; when taken she had 450 tons of salt on board, which sold for £397 making a total to bo shared among the capton of £2
31 October 1854 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland