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THE NURSES FOR THE EAST.

THE NURSES FOR THE EAST.

! TilE NURSES FOR THE EAST. \ find we are not altogether singular in the vievw we have lately takent with regard to the " quality of merey" which distinguishes the expedition of Englishi, and, as it has now come to pass, of Irish, nlises to the East. Cotemporary opinions confirm
27 October 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JUST RECEIVED

JUST RECEIVED

PATTERNS. B3- 53 QUAY, WATERFORD. GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY LONDON-Established in 1803. CAPITAL—ONE MILLION STERLING, rpllE WHOLE PAID UP AND INVRSTED, thereby J. affording perfect security parties assured. Waterford Aftent: PEIRSE KELLY, 2*l. it tie George's street. Solicitor. NK
27 October 1854 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
ind Fund

ind Fund

WALSH’S SOUTHERN HOTEL, 20&21 SOUTH ANNE STREET, DUBLIN, ( Within three dnoit of Dawson street,) WILLIAM WALSH, Pr>.|.riet«r.— W. ty. liras leave to iiifom Commercial Gentlemen, Familiee, Tourists t"iAt they will find every comfort, combined will, moderate charsea, the above-nam
27 October 1854 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
auction of sugars.

auction of sugars.

SOLD AUCTION, TUESDAY. OCTOBER instant, AT BONDING STORES, f lor account nf ichom it nwy concern ), * QUANTITY OF REFINED SUGARS, -A- more less damaged, ll eslphulia, Oi Master, from Amsterdam. Purchasers to Auction Fees. Terms at salr. Hour nf Sale Turhe o Clark. Sharp. SAMUEL
27 October 1854 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

Toulon, Oct. 23. —The steamers Titan and Brandon have sailed direct for Sebastopol with reinforcements. The BerthoUt and Jane steamers have left for Africa, to ship further troops for the East. Two other steam frigates arc ready to start, and two men of war are expected from Bre
27 October 1854 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MOON—OCTOBER. Fall Moon, Friday 6th, nun. aec. put 7 morn. Last Quarter, Saturday 14th, 9 min. 19 aec. 1

THE MOON—OCTOBER. Fall Moon, Friday 6th, nun. aec. put 7 morn. Last Quarter, Saturday 14th, 9 min. 19 aec. 1

morn. New Moon, Saturday Slat, inin.37 aec. 8 aftern. Second Quarter, Saturday 38th, 30 in. aec. ft aftern. HIGH WATER AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE. Oct. 38-Morn. 0 mm. p. Even. 31 min. p. 0. Oct. 39-Morn. 4 min. p. 10 Even. *5 min. p. 10. HEIGHT TIDE AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE. Oct. 88-.\lsrn.
27 October 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING.

SPORTING.

NEWMARKET HOUGHTON MEETlNG—Tuesday. The Cambridgeshire Stakes, of 25 sots, each 10 ft, and only If declared, &0., with 100 added from the Town Fund. Various penalties. The owner of tho second horse to receive sots, out of the stakes. Cambridgeshire Course (one mllle 240 yards);
27 October 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE COTTON CROP.

THE COTTON CROP.

have never known storm destrucUve as the one of the week fore last. Everywhere through the south western counties of this sut*- the u_ . The rep .ns, far from being „ ... the .,h storm the v * have entirely UrK. field. h - ... .n underwater for da>«. Thee rXtf . n ,^h le the out
27 October 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
1,1 BRARV

1,1 BRARV

J^UBUX SOCIETY ANT) HIBF.HNIAN ATIIF.N.Ct M Alan U"arv Cmrral of thi- Societr. held y*nt«r- Jav. th«* Rev M U DONNKI.L. Vrov,*t T < . the Ch^ir. On the motion of Major Dund*>. Coj.pmger, **R evolved* That the letter of our r« , fellow-rami her. Bernard Mulicnin. Esq . on the Min
27 October 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHESTER AND HOLYHEAD RAILWAY

CHESTER AND HOLYHEAD RAILWAY

COMPANY. WINTER ARRANGEMENTS. The public is informed that on and after the Ist November, the Express Boat will leave Kingstown at 8.30 a.m. instead of 9 a.m., as at present. The Train will leave Holyhead at 2.10 p.m., (English time) and arrive in London at 10.40 p.m. order, Gene
27 October 1854 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland