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DUBLIN MARKETS. CORN EXCHANGE—Kain*r.

DUBLIN MARKETS. CORN EXCHANGE—Kain*r.

Our Corn Market today opened with considers bio exrttameat, much higher price, were demanded for every desert* grain, and advance was realised of U> 3s on Wheat, gj Oats, and Cd on Barley, but towards the close there was much Ires a let v purchase, and several OaU Barley remaine
28 October 1854 - General Advertiser for Dublin, and all Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SITUATIONS WANTED.

SITUATIONS WANTED.

Lady of the Ettai-liihed Church, who haa na<l considerable experience aa a teacher, wishes for engagement aa GOVERNESS In * family where she would be treated a* * Member of It: her eout'e of ImOraction com P'bos English. Including Writing sod Arithmetic French end Music; eetisla
28 October 1854 - General Advertiser for Dublin, and all Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Lot* 4 and 5, constats of Premises in Stephen's 'green and

Lot* 4 and 5, constats of Premises in Stephen's 'green and

Lot* 4 and 5, constats Premises in Stephen's 'green and Lot 4 consists of Plots of Ground upon which several flrstcl.vui.U welling Houses in Stephen's green, Hume street, and Ely place have been erected; and consequence of the large Interests of the under tenant*, this Lot afford
28 October 1854 - General Advertiser for Dublin, and all Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH SOCIETY AND THE RACECOURSE SCHOOL.

THE IRISH SOCIETY AND THE RACECOURSE SCHOOL.

lu Mur last, the Congregation of the First Derry Presbyterian Church forwarded memorial to the Hon. the Irish Society, stat ing their claims the ownership of the Racecourse school. At the lime this memorial was presented in London, a letter, written by the Rev. Robert M'Creery,
26 October 1854 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
FBENCH FRUIT SHORTLY EXPECTED.

FBENCH FRUIT SHORTLY EXPECTED.

He is this day landing Hhds. and 6 Barrels GumsKss’ XX TORTER, and' daily expects further supplies of OCTOBER BREWINGS, from the most eminent Brewers in Burton and Edinburgh. Londonderry, 11th October, 1854.
26 October 1854 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
J. & R. WILSON. AT THE WHOLESALE TEA WAREHOUSE,

J. & R. WILSON. AT THE WHOLESALE TEA WAREHOUSE,

1 OFFER TO THE TRADE, FOYLE-STREET, DERRY, 130 Chests Fine Tea; Barrels Lunch, Pic-nic, and Sugar Biscuits; 300 Barrels Amber Rosin, (balance of 700 brls.;) 3 Chests Good Indigo; 20 Bags Nuts; Bales Senna. The above Goods will be Sold at Prices worthy the notice of Buyers. WM. G
26 October 1854 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
JAMES CORSCADEN & CO. GWYN’S CHARITABLE INSTITUTION.

JAMES CORSCADEN & CO. GWYN’S CHARITABLE INSTITUTION.

Londonderry, 17tli October, 1854. T'HE COMMITTEE WILL RECEIVE TENDERS FOR supplying the following articles for the use of the Institution, for One Year, commencing the Ist NOVEMBER next:— Beef of best quality, without Bone, per lb.; Ox Heads, weighing lOlbs.,each; Bread of best
26 October 1854 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
E MIGRATION FROM LIVERPOOL TO THE UNITED STATES AND BRITISH AMERICA.

E MIGRATION FROM LIVERPOOL TO THE UNITED STATES AND BRITISH AMERICA.

FOR NEW YORK, WEEKLY, WASHINGTON' “BLUE BALL" Birfl LINES OF PACKETS, jgggggp Ships. UNDERWRITE R, Shiplet, HENRY CLAY, Caul kins. LADY FRANKLIN, Thompson, EMPIRE STATE. Bbiogs. SILAS GREENMAN, Magna, MIDDLESEX. Pabmalee TORNADO, (new,) Mcnfobd, _ DAVID CROCKETT, (new,) Spekcbb,
26 October 1854 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

At Orton Longville, the Marchioness of Huntly, of a daughter. The Lady Alfred Puget of a son. 61, Queen-street, Edinburgh, the lady Elcbo, of a daughter. London, the wife of tho Rev, Nugent Wade, of a daughter. At Kingstown, the wife of the Rev. C. Hort, Garrison Chaplain, of a
23 October 1854 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
2b Be continued.

2b Be continued.

continued. The Cologne Gazette says—“ The psnfsaanes tbs most influential American diplomatists pressut Inßacope, which was to have been held at Bast* la taka place now at Ostend. It is the desire the Waah:ngton Cabinet itself that they are to asset and discuss what line policy i
23 October 1854 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland