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3, COLLBOE-STREET. SUPERIOR CLOTHING. JAMES BROWN begs to announce further supply of the SILK WARP. SILK BORDER, and SILK MIXTURE

3, COLLBOE-STREET. SUPERIOR CLOTHING. JAMES BROWN begs to announce further supply of the SILK WARP. SILK BORDER, and SILK MIXTURE

CLOTHS, The Bla-k Cloths ere of a peculiar make, and cannot surpassed In finish, or perhaps equalled in durability permanence of colour. A choice election of Winter Trowserings every Imaginable pattern, comprising the newest leading styles of the First London West-end Houses. J.
23 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BETTING AT MANCHESTER—FRIDAY.

BETTING AT MANCHESTER—FRIDAY.

BETTING MANCHESTER—FRIDAY. A dull morning, and speculation for the most part confined to the events decided to day at Northallerton. For the Cesare witch the only horses inquired after were Muscovite and Calamus. For the Cambridge, Early Bird and Orinoco. CLOSING PRICKS. Cesarewi
02 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The properties comprised in the Rental, and now offered for sale, form two separate Estates, one of which is situate

The properties comprised in the Rental, and now offered for sale, form two separate Estates, one of which is situate

partly in the County of Tipperary and partly In the County of Limerick, In the district known the Golden Vein," from its surpassing richness aud fertility, ai d the immediate neighbourhood of the Limerick Juuction Station, where Dublin and Cork and Limerick and Waterford Railway
02 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A ROYAL CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY.

A ROYAL CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY.

Dr. Mac Hale, in his late jubilee pastoral, expressed his belief that tbe Queen's Colleges in Ireland, with their noble halls and rioh endowments, would now be in the hands of the Romish hierarchy, but for tbe perfidy the Irish Parliamentary Brigade. Certain members sent into th
27 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VARIETIES.

the;court. Wijdsjß* Oct. 24.—The following had the honour of dining with Her Majesty yesterday The Karl and Coantess Granville, and M*jor General the Hon. Charles and Mrs. Grey. The Queen, with the Princess Princess Alice, visited her Royal Hlghnees the of K*nt, at Krogmore Hous
27 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ALLEGED ALTAR DENUNCIATION.

ALLEGED ALTAR DENUNCIATION.

The Clare Journal of yesterday contains the following correspondence which has passed between Major Ball, of Fortfergus, and Dr.Vaughao, titular bishop of the diocess. It scarcely (says our cotemporary) calls for comment from us, as it explains itself—the public will form their
27 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RUMOURED FALL OF SEBASTOPOL.

RUMOURED FALL OF SEBASTOPOL.

(from the times.) The latest despatches received from our correspondents at Vienna and Paris remove all doubt to the triumph of the allied armies, and the reality of the mo9t splendid achievement of modern warfare—an exploit alike unequalled magnitude, in rapidity, and in its re
06 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

NEWMARKET SECOND OCTOBER MEETING—Mohday. Match, both three years old, each, vu won Mr. Pennine's Humboldt, Ishmaelite, beating Mr. Barber's Domino. Renewal of the Sweepstake" of sovs each, ft. were won by Lord Exeter's Delta, Natwitb. Match, Bst 71b each, won by Duke of Bedford'
11 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Liverpool Stoppages. —The City Article of Monday's Timet says—Telegraphic advices were received from Liverpool this afternoon, to the effect

The Liverpool Stoppages. —The City Article of Monday's Timet says—Telegraphic advices were received from Liverpool this afternoon, to the effect

that the affairs of Mr. Edward Oliver have been, satisfactory arranged. It is said that the statement given of his assets and liabilities has beeu confirmed the committee of inspection to whom it was submitted, and that the necessary steps will therefore be taken to enable the t
11 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
In the Matter of Catlio-1 to the rine Louisa Augusta Marlay, JL Order made in this Matter. Order made in

In the Matter of Catlio-1 to the rine Louisa Augusta Marlay, JL Order made in this Matter. Order made in

this Matter, widow, Colonel William George bearing date the 19th day of Ja- Mooro, and William Newton, banker, Executrix and Execu. tors of the last will and te*tanuary, 1853. I will, on THURSDAY, the 9th day of NOVEMBER Next, at the hoar of One ment and codicil of James o'Clock
11 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland