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THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

The London correspondent of the Evening Maol eaya-. "The fr ollowing particular as to military arrangements I have juist heard from whtat I coneitder to be g!ood autborit~y. Ten~ rew ei~ijnents of the line will be asked for from parlia.. merit. Amongst flarni~ 'mill W' the third
30 November 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MILITIA OUTFITS.

MILITIA OUTFITS.

George macd on a, 32, MOLESWORTH-STREET. Begs most respectfully to inform Officers of Militia Regiments that be prepared with every article of Uniform and Accoutrement of the richest quality, strictly regulation, and on the most moderate terms. Gentlemen may rely on securing a P
30 November 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE. PERUVIAN GUANO.

NOTICE. PERUVIAN GUANO.

WILLIAM CARPENTER being many years employed Messrs. A. GmoB and Sons, of Lond««i (the only Importers Peruvian Guana in Great Britain), and having been long time at the Chtncha Islands, from whence the Guano shipped, and being nine years actively engaged in the trade, both in Per
30 November 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW FRUIT—CHRISTMAS, 1854.

NEW FRUIT—CHRISTMAS, 1854.

ANDREWS ami CO. beg to inform Families, that their purchases for the coming season are now complete, and that they have show selection the test and choices Fruit that the Home and Foreign Markets can produce, of which they mention the following:— New liuueh Muscatel Ver\ Fine La
30 November 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

(FROM THE TIMES CITY ARTICLE OF WEDNESDAY.) The authorised statement, to the effect that there is no immediate intention of applying to Parliament for loan, caused the English funds to open at an advance; but the subsequent intelligence of disasters in the Black Sea, during the
30 November 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
XLIGEN’CE

XLIGEN’CE

will allowed to reckon service, except a> account of wounds received in action, or from ill beaitn. - tractcd service with an army the field, which must duly certified the report of a medical board, when cacu case will be separately considered. . In all other cases, the absence o
30 November 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROSTREVOR

ROSTREVOR

TO BE LET, FROM THE FIRST FEBRUARY NEXT. SUCH TERM AS MAY AGREED - , L f ILL VALE HOUSE, FURNISHED J-Ffi sT. ~r Unfurnished, with a large enclosed Garden attached. A few Acres of good Kind could also be had if required Full particulars can bo obtained applying on the PREMISES; o
30 November 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Y, NOVEMBER 30. 1854

Y, NOVEMBER 30. 1854

act with greater boldness from knowing that they can rely supports required. For these ends mighty exertions will be needed, but they must made. The only question is,—Will the country longer trust its armaments and resources to the mercy of men whose proved incompeteucy has alre
30 November 1854 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE STORM IN THE BLACK SEA.

THE STORM IN THE BLACK SEA.

THE STORM THE BLACK SEA. (From the Second Edition of the Morning Chronicle.) Constantinople, Nov. 20.—Thirty-two EnglLh transports were lost on the 1 Uh. The Prince and Sea Nymph foundered with all on board. The mail steamers have been atranded. The Sanspareil was driven on shore
30 November 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CRIMEA,

THE CRIMEA,

Pera, November 14—At the date of the 11th the aiege of Sebastopol continued without any remarkable incident, and the Russian army had not attempted to resume the offensive. According to accurate accounts which had reached headquarters t the during the stb, amounted to 15.00" men
30 November 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland