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THE WAR.

THE WAR.

German papers not unfriendly to Russia, state that the whole of the reinforcements which Men®cbikoff cau expect have now entered the Crimea, and are on their march to Simpheropol, they amount to 24.000 men and GO guns: 34.000 at Sebastopol including the seamen, and 26.000 alread
01 November 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON PRODUCE MARKET—Oct. 31.

LONDON PRODUCE MARKET—Oct. 31.

Sugar I*. 6d. dearer than last week, little offering, more buyers than sellers. Coffee—good demandat public sales ; native Ceylon 46*. 6d.. eager buyers. Tea without a change, common congou 10d., sellets. Rice—little doing. Rum still firm, proof 3*. 41. to 3s. fid. Tallow—the ma
01 November 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CEYLON.

CEYLON.

the arrival the overland nuil have received files of apers from Colombo to th« 2Gth September. take tb« following from the Colombo Examiner of tbit Sunday, the 17th, Ihe governor hid an attack of ptralysis of the left aide, which baa not only i recloded him from tending to busin
01 November 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MILITIA.

THE MILITIA.

The left wing of the 2d Somerset militia, embracing the head-quarters, and including 300 men, arrived from Bristol on Sunday, by the Sabrina, and took up quarters in Cork barracks. * They are fine body of men, and are well disciplined, considering the short time they have been a
01 November 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN CORN EXCHANGE.-—Tcesdat.

DUBLIN CORN EXCHANGE.-—Tcesdat.

DUBLIN CORN EXCHANGE.-— Tcesdat. In consequence of the decided reaction London, our com market to-day wa' extremely dull. Buyers of every description of grain wt-rc ciutious, snd we note wheal Is to 2s. barley Is. and oats Gil cheaper than Friday. Scarcely a transaction occurred
01 November 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THANKS.

THANKS.

Mathew Annuity Fund-Prom Hayden to Gerald Tench, Esq. Harcourt-strcet. fori/; Toole and Mackey. Esqrs, Westmorelandstreef, ?s. , _ _ For Children of Naval Officer, from B. per Reverend C I! Minchin. I/. The Committee of the National Deaf and Dumb Association to F J for ; and to
01 November 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(-» HAIR and HISKERS can now be ren beautiful Brown Black, the Aranrnv^ hertceT,t discovery Physician. It i* cheapest in

(-» HAIR and HISKERS can now be ren beautiful Brown Black, the Aranrnv^ hertceT,t discovery Physician. It i* cheapest in

the world, and has the advantage * l ~ ‘* °f producing perft-ctly natural colour without the least tinge of green «mve, usual with other dyes ; it is as harmless wa.cr does not stain the skin nor wash away ; promote* the grow of the hair, and is easily applied. Hundreds now use
01 November 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
I.N THE COURT OF THE COMMISSIONERS

I.N THE COURT OF THE COMMISSIONERS

FOR SAT.K INCUMBERED ESTATES IN IRELAND. CtU S'TY. COUNTIES DUULIN, MEATH, UU.EN wtsTMEATH . SALE on the day of NOVEMBER. .ho Tt °< h of. . their Oourt. Viscount Wellesley, HENRiETTA-ST R EE T , Petitioner. j by u bUc Auction. ‘the Fee simple and Inheritance o» thcfoUowing KsUUS
01 November 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
33 and 34, Waterside.

33 and 34, Waterside.

UNRESERVED SALE HOUSE FURNISHING, JEWELLERY, HARDWARE, and fancy hoods. SAMUEL lIYNDMAN, Proprietor of the above Establishment, b« gs to announce to his numerous Frieuds ami the Public, that, preparatory to retiring from Business, lie has this day commenced SELLING OFF, for Cash
01 November 1854 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
PATRIOTIC FUND.

PATRIOTIC FUND.

r HEREBY Mertinir of atv FeHow-Ciiiw*B« at CORPORATION HAI.L, THURSDAY next, KOVEMBKK, at TWO o’clock, lo open Subscription List for the Relief of the Families of the brave Soldiers and Sailora who have fallen in the War, and to appoint a Committee forcarrying out the objects ge
01 November 1854 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland