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THE IRISH MILITIA.

THE IRISH MILITIA.

THElIRISE MILITIA. ,.ThecaPing .out of the Irish Militia has been de- lyed for a'coniderible time after the English Mi- to litia had sbeen generally called into service. Why w this was so we cannot' clearly see, and can find for N the delay no.:possible cause, save the uncertaint
03 November 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UBLIN MARKETS.

UBLIN MARKETS.

?? ?. . I . ?,6 1 1 " - I ?? , Lur,? ?, I , ?, .. . - .- 'ditto`' 3o8 as 0t6o89a d.Peiaj280lb.9s6.qd, Q.0 2'1ssta10P110l ; dored -enh:. WhIte,. none ; StetUtn, 4a-s, Anjt 8-l4.d . .it ~ ~ ~ Gd Ihesil b aa& ° ~~hirke, 43s~~0d ~~O *458 C ids at5, L 41, ?? Crdol~d; Marisopjoll,4 Bem
04 November 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT DISPATCH FROM LORD RAGLAN.

IMPORTANT DISPATCH FROM LORD RAGLAN.

TAI.I T rSPA.TOH ?? ,~L RD "O 7 L %. 1 ! . , ?? : j ?? @ A ?? _ t' t i ,! , 'Z ?? , Po~rtmansequare, M~idnight, Nov.16,<1854. -. ?? His Grace . the Puke oef. Ne weasel.e hap bah it., evening re- ceiverl diepatchea, of which Xha following areJ mopies, ad- . dreseed to lia Grace by
08 November 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RAILWAY RETURNS.

RAILWAY RETURNS.

I ~ RAILWAY RET URNS. of as GREAT SOUrHERN AND WEsTERN.-(Open to Calo Tullamore, and Cork-203i MrLMe).-Retuca of traffic k the week ending Novemb r 18th, 1854:-Pasengerdpar~e~ horses, carriages, mails, &c., £3,669 14s 4d; merchen4 and cattle, £1,691 Os 6d ; total (exclusive of th
24 November 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BAND OF THE IMPERIAL REGIMENT OF GUIDES AT WINDSOR CASTLE.

THE BAND OF THE IMPERIAL REGIMENT OF GUIDES AT WINDSOR CASTLE.

THE BAND OF BIAGIMENT. OF L GUIDES AT WI DlOCOA8TLii ?? IMdSDR'h iTMIO DI '-"nmikeboiEJie in: whvich. the: Qaeejtiavaii ?? ' ry-;V~it4ctyFor&iE her in. ctenting the gqodtndqretanding whicbh':bapplly- ?? |both na|tions, 3o c~crdleiy lel iie at ti,ts time 'hte~eih.EdgiJ jlaed".sr4;
01 November 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WEEK.

IREVIEV P TBBITISH COR} TRADE | X ~THKE PA.ST WEEK. ' Famers have hitedrte thrashed wheat freely, and the marketi In the agfriuultral districts have been largely ?? -The quantity sold at the town. furnishing .be averagesfcr the klngdom amtounteti last wevir. according to the retu
01 November 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1854.

DUBLIN: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1854.

I WISFre-nalt% 1ouItat 'I DUBLIN SA.UR)DAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1854.1- Aa unpleasant feeling is abroad respectingl the visit,of Lord Pahmerston to the Empezor 'jaroleon. The object of his lordship's visit to Fountainbleau is sid to be the negociation of a treaty with the French governm
18 November 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REINFORCEMENTS FOR THE ALLIES.

REINFORCEMENTS FOR THE ALLIES.

REINFORCEMENTS FOR TBa' 1~.ll .ALLIES. I ViENA, Nov. 16TH,-Advice5s Odessa of the 11th Woveinber stale Cetived important had occurred at Sebastopol OD the 7th, sand 8th. The Allies continued tion. of their siege works, especially fo thste Wing. The Russians were busily ewployed r
18 November 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHIONABLE INTLLIGENCE.

FASHIONABLE INTLLIGENCE.

I PFASHIONALE WXNDSOR, NoV. '16;,;There Wasr no additio4i to. tileroyal inner party yeter'diiy., Theu r ad the' Prin- ,-eoq Royal rodo in the' riding ho)use this rifcng Th'e Dake anr Pilotless -of ?? rind'V tautites Canning and viicooit Hidne 4ben vltd ni a ?? be0 bieen L i, esad
18 November 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW IN'LLLIGEZVCE. COURT OF CHANCERY-YESTERDAY.! The Lord Chancellor sat at the osual hour. Chtuv. Lyndapy. The Attorney-General appeared in.this case for the peti- tioner, who claimed the amount of certain leg'aciea from the defeodant,. who wisa'tbe executor of .the late Mr. Pea
23 November 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland