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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We cannot undertake to return rejected communications. Notices of births, deaths, or marriages are never inserted without

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We cannot undertake to return rejected communications. Notices of births, deaths, or marriages are never inserted without

'.«»ng duly authenticated by the signature and address of the party forwarding such communication. Money Orders are to be made payable and the letters addressed to Mr. William Macklin, "Kteninq Mail" OJUce, 27, Parliamentstreet.
06 November 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TOWN CORPORATION RILL.

TOWN CORPORATION RILL.

have refraineJ frura entering upon this subject, in the expectation that the public would avail themselves of boon put within their reach. Armagh, the Episcopal city, is worthy a proper representation. It can boast its learning, &c., its obedience to law and order but in the I9i
03 November 1854 - Ulster Gazette - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE ULSTER GAZETTE AND ARMAGH WEEKLY JOURNAL.' lIUNTINCI APPOIN r.MENTS.

THE ULSTER GAZETTE AND ARMAGH WEEKLY JOURNAL.' lIUNTINCI APPOIN r.MENTS.

Wicklow II irriers II m*e* or» ‘Monday, bridge; Friday, IJt i, Kitmlreenan ; Monday, 2thh, Slallycappie; Knm-kraht-en; Monday, 27=h, O.iPacdbt; Friday, Dec. I*t. igad ; M 4ih, Casilclim-in—at eleven o'clock. Should thu weather prove unfavourable, the bounds will meet the the Ken
03 November 1854 - Ulster Gazette - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
BK LF AST MA UK ET— Fri./ay.

BK LF AST MA UK ET— Fri./ay.

BK AST MA Fri./ay. At our farmers* this luorning, there was fair supply all articles. Wheat must quoted to 91 per cw». lower since Friday, but ’this decline alt cleared off. Oats andoomcal al8og«v» way pr about the same extent. foreign wheat transactions have been limited, but th
03 November 1854 - Ulster Gazette - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
Selected Poetry.

Selected Poetry.

TUB ALMA. t<n now Ilory, scant aUhotigli thy waters Alma, roll those waters proudly, roll them to the sea. testci unnanKnl, uohonoured, hot wandering Tartar know , Now nrt fur ever, the world’s four In two aations* annsh. wrhtvn. Thou art now deatWs* • Ami .u,r for -hinln, .heir
03 November 1854 - Ulster Gazette - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
T FIE ULS T E R GAZETTE, AND ARMAGH WEEKLY JOURNAL.

T FIE ULS T E R GAZETTE, AND ARMAGH WEEKLY JOURNAL.

more incidents of the WAR. MAILS FOR SCUT ARIA HOSPITAL On Tuesday the October inst., the Postmaster- General issued orders for a separate bag to made up with letters and newspapers addressed to the and wou(idl'd of the Uriiish army in Torkej and, in order that no delay may take
03 November 1854 - Ulster Gazette - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
llaltasisf Coal*.

llaltasisf Coal*.

1> HANRAIIAN > , 'l'ons of Ist C.ft! ar the Railway and New Dock J''flE Surviving sn, of perse landing Alhinn, MALTING COAL for Kiln and I. per Ton Ship. IN STOCK. Tons large Hou-c Coal. B. lIANIiAHAN, C.irr-street ilaimin" to be lately ilied Money, ill JOSEPH MURPHY, Solid Thom
03 November 1854 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

(From The Times’ City Article oj Tuesday Evening.) The English funds opened this morning at the improved prices of yesterday, bat the market subsequently showed weakness. The absence of any authentic intelligence from the Crimea produces depression. The Greek firms to-day stated
02 November 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Che Safest Mtarhets.

Che Safest Mtarhets.

ARMAGH, Tuesday, Oct, 31.—The market much larger to-day, and great excitement and bustle prevailed on account of the people making their purchases in preparation for their Halloweve festival. The linen market still continues dull, prices low, and demand small. Wo had largo marke
02 November 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
£32,163,215

£32,163,215

Consols were rather steady, but the middle of the week recession of nearly i per cent was cs tablished, caused by the accounts received of the reverses of our army in the Crimea. Towards the close former quotations were recovered, though a good deal of uncertainty prevaileu, ow
07 November 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland