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LATEST NEWS,

LATEST NEWS,

The Morning Post says that Lord Raglan despatches of the 17th and 18tU have been lost some unaccountable misfortune ou the part of Lieutenant Henderson, who has arrived London without them. The Times., in a review of the operations at Sebastopol, says—“ There is every reason for
07 November 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MILLINERY HOUSE, this week been suitlied, direct from the best Markets, with the Mogt Elti/nn! mo*t STOCK GOODS, Ever before

MILLINERY HOUSE, this week been suitlied, direct from the best Markets, with the Mogt Elti/nn! mo*t STOCK GOODS, Ever before

ȟbuutU-l in Duiul.dk. The Monthly Fathiama are nyularly received. 19, CLANBRASSIL-STREET, DUNDALK. TO BE SOLD, THE TOWN LAND OF CLONTAFLEECE, NEAR WARREN POINT, CORN MILL AND KILN. FLAX MILL and ROLLING HOUSE, with *2BA. 3k. t?p. of j\M'; held Lease for the term of Years, from
07 November 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
LADIES’ MANTLES. LADIES’ BLACK CLOTH MANTLES, from 10s each. LADIES’ FINE BLACK CLOTH MANTLES, 15s each. LADIES’ FINE CLOTH MANTLES,

LADIES’ MANTLES. LADIES’ BLACK CLOTH MANTLES, from 10s each. LADIES’ FINE BLACK CLOTH MANTLES, 15s each. LADIES’ FINE CLOTH MANTLES,

elegantly trimmed 20a each. ALL THIS NEW SHAPES IN PAULS MANTLES, IN VELVET, CRIMEAN CLOTHS, ARCTIC BEAVER, Aud other Quite New Materials, Varying from THIRTY SHILLINGS to TEN GUINEAS each. CHILDREN’S AND YOUNG LADIES’ MANTLES, FROM 5s LADIES’ POLKA JACKETS, MUFFLE CLOAKS, *c. T
07 November 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
NOW READY FOR IMMEDIATE USE, 1,000 WINTER OVER-COATS, DECIDEDLY THE BEST VALUE EVER OFFERED IN BELFAST, IS ALL THE NEW

NOW READY FOR IMMEDIATE USE, 1,000 WINTER OVER-COATS, DECIDEDLY THE BEST VALUE EVER OFFERED IN BELFAST, IS ALL THE NEW

MATERIALS AND SHARES OF THE SEASON, THE PANTECHNETHECA. THE “SNOW DEFIER,” A GOOD STRONG WINTER HYP, only THE “TRAVELLER'S FRIEND,” A COMFORTABLE TOP COAT, only, THE “BALTIC,” EVERYBODY’S COAT FOR WINTER, only THE “NAPIER,” A PRIME BLUE FUR BEAVER WRAPPER, only, THE "RAGLAN,” NE
07 November 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
DIVISION OF FIRE PROFITS.

DIVISION OF FIRE PROFITS.

ALLIANCE BRITISH AND FOREIGN LIFE AND FIRE ASSURANCE COMPANY. BARTHOLOMEW-LANE, LONDON. Capital—£s,ooo,ooo Sterling. ESTABLISHED 1824. BOARD OF DIRECTION. PRESIDENTS,
07 November 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
astrtnta.

astrtnta.

WANTED, IMMEDIATELY, TWO HUNDRED GOOD JOURNEYMEN TAILORS, WHOM V£ MONTHS’ ENGAGEMENT WILL GIVE . At One Guinea per HV*i. Applv. porsonslly, Mornin. before TEN o’Clo-I the TASTECHNETHECA, Belfa st. JOHN G. M’GEE A CO. WANTED, \ STEADY YOUNG MAN, TO KEEP PLAIN SET of BOOKS the out
07 November 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
/V THE NEW R Y TELEGRAPH. TUE S D A

/V THE NEW R Y TELEGRAPH. TUE S D A

THE NEW R Y TELEGRAPH. TUE D A conclusion. All the facts ]>osseBs |H>int uniformly in the opposite direction. England have no ans at present of form ini' any accurate estimate of the whole extent »»f land under cultivation, or of the gross amount of the crojie. Hut possess an ind
07 November 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
She arm».

She arm».

PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES. War-Office, Nov. 3. Ist Regiment of Life Guards.—Cornet and Sub-Licutonant A. 11. Davmi|)ort Lieutenant, vice Viscount Ingestre, ret. ; the Hon. C. Duncoinlic to l»c Cornet and Sub-Lieutenant, vice Davenport. Cth Dragoons.- Lieut. J. L. Puxley to lie Ca
07 November 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

LivnrooL. Friday.—The Royal mail screw steam ship Charity, Captain W. Patou, arrived this morning from Quebec, with the usual mails, fiftyfour passengers (private), and large cargo on K>anl. She left Quebec the 20th, at one, p.m. She hail board Captain Powell, Lieutenants O'Brie
07 November 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
LONDON CORN MARKET—Nov. 6.

LONDON CORN MARKET—Nov. 6.

Weather brilliant. Wheat—Arrivals for foreign short; liberal of home growth by railways. The attendance is full, and prices have regained all they lost last Monday, and something more. Barley supplies short and Is. dearer. Oats supply short, and trade in favour of seller*. Flour
07 November 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland