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FRIDAY’S MAIL. TELEGRAPH OFFICE, Friday Morning, On* o'clock. There is still tbe same doubt upon tbe dispatches from tbe Crimea,

FRIDAY’S MAIL. TELEGRAPH OFFICE, Friday Morning, On* o'clock. There is still tbe same doubt upon tbe dispatches from tbe Crimea,

owing to tbe suspicicus sources (Russian) through which alone we can receive them with rapidity, aa is elsewhere explained. We give the details furnished by tbe papers just received.
04 November 1854 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The tlnitod States and St. Domingo.

The tlnitod States and St. Domingo.

The Alor.xing Pott of yesterday the coramvnication a short leading article—“ ba- Have we may witbon» of iitradfc*i*>n that serice Blgcclatfoaa between the gowernm *nt o Uni el Statei and that of the Republic of St. h a resulted in the eatabliabrntot of protectorate, on the part
04 November 1854 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Jgriwlterai Storiettes.

Jgriwlterai Storiettes.

Storiettes. KERRY CENTRAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. On Saturday week the first show of this soelety was held in the spacious yard of the late Rock Auxiliary Workhouse, place admirably suited for such an exhibition. For the sake of brevity, and for the better understanding of the posi
04 November 1854 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATH OF A BULL UNDER PECULIAR CIRCUMSTANCES.

DEATH OF A BULL UNDER PECULIAR CIRCUMSTANCES.

Sir—The following case having occurred here, and seeming to me peculiar, I mention it, in case I may receive information, through yonr columns, or draw attention towards an nnosnal occurrence :—On Thursday morning last, two-year-old bull, 7$ cwt., appearing ill, without any dist
04 November 1854 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EDINBURGH OBAIN.-Not. I. We had a very large supply of all kinds of grain in the market today. Owing to

EDINBURGH OBAIN.-Not. I. We had a very large supply of all kinds of grain in the market today. Owing to

the supply being to large, sales were dull, and price* considerably down, especially fcr wheat. Barley, being of fine quality, kept Arm. Wheat, on the top, tains last week, end on the average Bd. down. Barley, on the top, tame a* last week, and oil the average 7<L down. Oato, on
04 November 1854 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Ddnceub Salt Minks. Th« works Duncrue, near Carrickfergus, for mining tin valuable salt beds discovered there, progress towards satisfactory com*

Ddnceub Salt Minks. Th« works Duncrue, near Carrickfergus, for mining tin valuable salt beds discovered there, progress towards satisfactory com*

pletion, under tbs direction of Mr. Storey, the talented engineer. The shafts have been now struck to the depth of 561 feet below the soil. These shafts are four feet square, and stand twelve yards asunder, having passage between them which at present is feet 8 inches high, 22 f
04 November 1854 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The propertlee eonprtoed In the SenUl, and now offered for «ale, fora two feparate Eiutei, one of which I* tltuate

The propertlee eonprtoed In the SenUl, and now offered for «ale, fora two feparate Eiutei, one of which I* tltuate

part) In the Conoty of Tipperary and partly in the County of Limerick, In the diitriet known ai the Golden Veln,• , from )M lurpaulog richness and fertility and In the Immediate neighbourhood of the Limerick Junction Station, where the Dublin and Cork and Limerick and Waterford
04 November 1854 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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04 November 1854 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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06 November 1854 - Journal of the Chemico-Agricultural Society of Ulster and Record of Agriculture and Industry - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Derry. Belfast -. 10'70 14-74* 18-20* 5-23 22-04 (1-88 37-34 5-02 3-75 trace 5-13 3-24 54-75 2-84 100-00 100-00 4-99

Derry. Belfast -. 10'70 14-74* 18-20* 5-23 22-04 (1-88 37-34 5-02 3-75 trace 5-13 3-24 54-75 2-84 100-00 100-00 4-99

j£7 0 100-00 directed the attention of the society to the conditions which should be observed, as to obtain the largest produce of succulent beef at the least expense. In referoncc to the preparation of the food used in feeding cattle. Dr. Hodges gave an account of the various p
06 November 1854 - Journal of the Chemico-Agricultural Society of Ulster and Record of Agriculture and Industry - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland