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THE PREMIER EXULTING IN THE CASUALTIES OF THE WAR.

THE PREMIER EXULTING IN THE CASUALTIES OF THE WAR.

I THE PREMIER EXULTING IN TH'-IE CASUAUL, I RTIES OF TUE NYAi. A REMAIKCADLB ?? ill tord Aberdeen's brief speech1 at the London Guililhall, on Thursday evenilng last, deserves rather more attention than we find has yet been paid to it by our cotemnporaries. On this oc- casion ref
15 November 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Horticulture.

Horticulture.

Rorticulztre, GARDENING OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK. FLOWF0 a AGAIDrY AND Sirnuaairnrrs.-The fewv flowers that miy remain on the ?? out plants in even tile m-st favourerl localities are ntit worth pre- ?? r1Y l1Onger. en, l the beds sheould be lleared at once. so a, to allow of gptti
15 November 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Horticulture.

Horticulture.

3,4articullum GARDENING OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK. PLANT DEPARsTsEt-r-Conservatory, &c.-The pre- valence of cold damp foggy wceather will necessitate a rectler free use of fire-it-at in houses occupied by a miscellaneous coliection of plants in flower. Use this, however, as sparing
29 November 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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04 November 1854 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PATRIOTIC FUND.

THE PATRIOTIC FUND.

TRALEE DISTRICT. Mb. Dakiel Couact H'Ciiltcudot, the Tree, surer to the Trelee Local Cotnißitte., begs to acknowledge the receipt the following Subscriptions, lor tite Week ending Noeemher M Amount already acknowledged, 4165 10 1 Captain Georg. Hilliard, unattached, 10 0 Mr. Dan
18 November 1854 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
B THOMAS O’KELLY, tt *•» *»!«•• BEING no* about Reti»e from tlie Gro«n, Wine and Spirit Barinem, hereby bep_to inform

B THOMAS O’KELLY, tt *•» *»!«•• BEING no* about Reti»e from tlie Gro«n, Wine and Spirit Barinem, hereby bep_to inform

the Gentry, Clergy and Hoaae-keep«a of Tralee and County of korry generally, that ha* detenmned to Sof hU STOCK of TEAS, &c.. « nc« Tenper Cent under Cost for CASH, »ay Beit Souchong Black Tea, 3tBd. per lb. Very beat Black do.. 6d. per do. Very good do. do., 3.. 2d. per do. Goo
29 November 1854 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
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15 November 1854 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
PATRIOTIC FUND. AT Preliminary in “iiJ this Fund, at ArU/ett, 13tb Xocember, Wuliam T. CaossiE, Esq., in the Chair, it

PATRIOTIC FUND. AT Preliminary in “iiJ this Fund, at ArU/ett, 13tb Xocember, Wuliam T. CaossiE, Esq., in the Chair, it

wiij molrej call a General Me.tin? the of the Electoral Dirisions of and O IXiroeT, to he’d at O'DOHNEV, on MONDAY, the Ituur.t. at One o’clock, for the purpose of recommending the raiiiag Voluntary Rate in aid of the Patriotic Ptr.J, at t;i» Rate of Iji, in the Pound on Gritfit
15 November 1854 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
AUTUMN FOGS-DAMP AIR-CONSUMPTION.

AUTUMN FOGS-DAMP AIR-CONSUMPTION.

ON MMVOUSNESS, DEBILITY, PAINS IN TUI BACK. Aa. Jfamri'ea dsecrfafin gajraafapi aelee/teosaafal aaefapc. BsOd.asaljws(/Vm Ter Pesreye Sump*. MEDICAL TREATISE a tea rerioa luma pm. ■ataradacay, aridaf hue iadiacresjoa; followed Observation a Manisget plate djiatiaa far ifas prare
08 November 1854 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TRADE WITH RUSSIA.

TRADE WITH RUSSIA.

The merchants of Dundee, who are largely interested the linen and flax trade, are anxious to know what the decision of Government will respecting the indirect trade with Russia that has been carried 00 thia year through Pros, aian ports, and the following correspondence the subj
08 November 1854 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland