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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

Isis -,...:S<V2,R-1IN-TX!1,75_ jotN ?? I N.EWXRlKRTXTSECO0D OCTOBER MEETING., Wandiap L ol~istal~es o ti'i 64i bI Mare's flex, ?? ~ ~ 18 sovi eqach were 7son b'17 ?? bating Lord'CfM ''Poodle and Mr Sellng aildcaps*eepoka~kes of 10, sov6 eaob were won by Lord' Angleasy's Izzlie, b
12 October 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY.

THE QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY.

; :, , iT - 1- . I ? .11 .II iA ?? 'P UNIVERSITY. ._4'raeatinjgol th J ^ te Queorla' University,-to;:confer degrees B ail 's~littee lna okpae yserdayrla St. Patrick's ladies., CA' e e'tle \ The;sVas a very large alttendance of 'missioner ategat the gentse5 pr~nent .were.:-Mr. Com
12 October 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NAVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

NAVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

We (Timm) are glad to learn that the report! of Lord Chewton's death is not corroborated. He Was very badly wounded in several places, but the latest accounts state that he was likely to recover. Captain Baring, of the Coldetresan Guards, whose case was represented as almost hop
12 October 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FESTIVITIES AT THE MESSRS. FRY AND CO.'S MANUFACTORY, LOWER KENIV-STREET.

FESTIVITIES AT THE MESSRS. FRY AND CO.'S MANUFACTORY, LOWER KENIV-STREET.

,- I I . ?? KBYI 8, T 'hous6Xjlba&'al~by.:tber hooae4Lti1th.citv, and;.alg the ye5rari f thaI ?? theife i 4 not mcnho dniaad for :9jt t~ikind ottmsndfactul at hom"thiyctinued xthfor ghe e~~!y of t f 'Ewiig ? J&otcP,~nx'fteigu: ?? ?? ing between the euployeixni.aer Oyel (a p Ia .
14 October 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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i( QUCII Persons may willing to undertake the of the MAIL to and from KILDYSART AND ENNIS, in Two-wheeled Car. drawn One Horse, proper for the purpose, arc desired to send the Terms per year, upon which thev will Contract for the same, to me, at the Post Office, Mallow, on before
13 October 1854 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
SAX HORN BAND,

SAX HORN BAND,

Im* s.s-a FROM THE lax DAY NOVEMBER NEXT, The House being Tradesmen’s hands, Painting, Papering. &e.,) the HOUSE, OFFICES, GARDEN, AND LAWN
13 October 1854 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONFLAGRATION AT NEWCASTLE.

THE CONFLAGRATION AT NEWCASTLE.

THE CONFLAGRATION NEWCASTLE. Nkwc4Sti.k-itoh-Tine, Mod DAT, Owe o'Clock, p.m During the whole of Saturday night, Sunday, and to-day, the tire engines have kept playing upon the smouldering ruins on both sides of the river, and the 6re may bo said to be well nigh extinguished, tho
11 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
5 The Official Despatches the Cbiuei Tte ® earnest solicitude wbicb has been evinced bv the Minister ' of War,

5 The Official Despatches the Cbiuei Tte ® earnest solicitude wbicb has been evinced bv the Minister ' of War,

from the commencement of the campaign in the Crimea, botb to satisfy the publio desire for earlj official ' information, and to allay the anxieties of those whose friends and relatives are serving in the East, has been strikingly remarked in the arrangements made for giving imme
11 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
government funds.

government funds.

3 Tent. Consuls j Do. for Account the 13th Oct., l'ent Stock, fur Account, Oct.,. Bank Stock, JOINT STOCK BANKS. Hilternian Bank, £’2!i paid,.. Royal Bank of Ireland, £lO,. KULLIUS ADDICT JVUARK VERBA MAOISTRI.
10 October 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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THE NEWRY TELEGRAPH THURSDAY. OCTOBER 12. 1854 although the veteran encountered not death on the battle-field. Hi* last act, as a General,” we are told, was to sign the despatch which told the story of the Battle of Alma—the first pitched battle in which French and English, linke
12 October 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland