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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

THE WAR IN THE CRIMEA. (.From Monday's London Papert.) Paris, Saturday, October 28, G p.m.—The Minister of War baa received from General Cjnrobert, Commanderin-Chief of the army of the East, the following letter, dated head.qusrters, before Sebastopol, 13th:— " Monsieur Is Minis
01 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Looking ro* turn not to suppose that, when young lady offeri to hem cambric handkerchief* for rich bachelor, the meant

Looking ro* turn not to suppose that, when young lady offeri to hem cambric handkerchief* for rich bachelor, the meant

to is order that the may reap ? Hop* Lira Amsekauck.—Ytsterday the Hope Mutual Life Assurance and Honetty Guarantee Society held their annual meeting at the chief office, Princa'a-ttreat, Eank Mr. Vane in the chair. The report atated that from the lit of September the 3lat of Au
01 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS. On the 27th nit, Ellen Villa, the wife of Jamea Russell, Eaq., of a daughter. (be ult., So. Cinre-street,

BIRTHS. On the 27th nit, Ellen Villa, the wife of Jamea Russell, Eaq., of a daughter. (be ult., So. Cinre-street,

Dublin, the lady Robert Thompson, Esq., of a daughter. On the 22d ult., at Blackheath, the wife Captain B. H. Boxer, 80th Regt., of a son. On the ult., at Saitbaca, the Hon. Mrs. Frederick Pelham, of a aon. Oct. 25, in Clonmel, the wife of J. H. Chads, Esq., the sth Fusiliers, o
01 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

Utif WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1. 1854. It is now the Ist day of November, and the nation is without any positive intelligence of the great events which are occurring in the East of a later date than the 15th ultimo. On Saturday last the Government received official despatches, convey
01 November 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Formation or Permanent Camp and New Fortifications —It is intended to construct forthwith permanent camp Alderahot, near to the site

Formation or Permanent Camp and New Fortifications —It is intended to construct forthwith permanent camp Alderahot, near to the site

of the Chobham Camp of last year, and also to erect some important artillery defences Portsmouth and the adjacent coast. The at Aldershot will comprise barracks, magazines, and other buildings necessary for the accommodation of 10,000 men. This will include two regiments of cava
01 November 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICA—ARRIVAL OF THE CANADA.

AMERICA—ARRIVAL OF THE CANADA.

Liverpool, Toesdat.—By the arrival of the British and North American Royal Mail iteam-ship Canada, Captain Stone, which arrived in the river this morning, about seven o'clock, we have advicea from New York to the 18th instant. The Canada, which had a fair passage, brings seventy
01 November 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INCUMBERED ESTATES COURT.

INCUMBERED ESTATES COURT.

Mr. Commissioner Longfield sat yesterday for the sale of the following properties :— In re the Estate; of William Henry Carter, Owner and Petitioner. Fee-simple estate*, situate in the counties of Meath and Dublin containing 2,408 a. Or. 17p. statute measure, and producing nett
01 November 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Denominations. rani lands are not nubject to any quit or crown rent. LOT 2—Comprises part of the Lands of Artane

Denominations. rani lands are not nubject to any quit or crown rent. LOT 2—Comprises part of the Lands of Artane

South, In the county of Dublin. These lands are held in fee simple, and are situate within two miles of the city of Dublin, and adjacent to Marino, the residence of the Ear! of Charlemont. The land or prime quality, and, from its close Ticinity to the city, capable or being made
01 November 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr. H. WEBB into an engagement w| M II for 12 nights only, This Evening a When will be prod

Mr. H. WEBB into an engagement w| M II for 12 nights only, This Evening a When will be prod

of asm HEATRE. it be has entered and Vocalist, Jrd appearance 1, 1854, Meal Comedy, of M.rqui, de Cruwc.. Moat^ne. After the Cummedietta Seen., The E M#4ley To be followed by a GrandHaWt Divert called THE BEGGAR'S DISH, Whic'i will be sustained by the Misses Gc.wniss. After whic
01 November 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SAMUEL HILL, Key,” Ho. 1, maA, ... .„ . jMt rawiTMl.ud laiMV QMdca TUIov Bfrin, 40 do Amber do, 10

SAMUEL HILL, Key,” Ho. 1, maA, ... .„ . jMt rawiTMl.ud laiMV QMdca TUIov Bfrin, 40 do Amber do, 10

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01 November 1854 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland