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MONEY MARKET,

MONEY MARKET,

London. Wkdnksday —The English Funds opened this morning with more firmness. Consols were first quoted at 91J to 9l| both for money and the December, and remain steady without alteration. Half past Thrkf Consols were last quoted at 911 91i for both money and account. Reduced 3 p
30 November 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
i-d, paying all tin- tremendous taxation for the ">« ( ' Lal ‘y iave debts accumulated during ceuturies-for the long

i-d, paying all tin- tremendous taxation for the ">« ( ' Lal ‘y iave debts accumulated during ceuturies-for the long

con- «»«» ctic ,c und -. tlneotal war, and all other wars-for the wholesale . Hut degree of uneasiness and uncertamty brilrery that effected the Irish fnion-for the Irish kaa. nevertheless, crept into the public mind m tins famine, the most creditable portion of the debt; and, c
30 November 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SIEGE OF SEBASTOPOL.

THE SIEGE OF SEBASTOPOL.

Tbo Constitutionnel pub!i»boa tbo following journal (bo *icgo of Sobaotopo!:— '‘NorsuDßß 3.—Tbo weatlMjr is cold, but dry and clear, and work* arc carried on a* aaliafactorily a* the rocky roil will permit. Tito (bird parallel baa boon prolonged to left, and tbc exeavation ia oo
30 November 1854 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

•‘Tiwas*’ cirr auticlx, homdat kvkkixo.) Tbo annonneoment that Parliament is to meet to-morrow fortnight had an unfavourable influence tbe English funds to-day, sinco it is asinmed that increased expenditure will fully occupy increased attention an early day. Several further spe
30 November 1854 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
E NO LI 811. POR THE I O ROVRMDBR 19

E NO LI 811. POR THE I O ROVRMDBR 19

30 November 1854 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Name of Hallway.

Name of Hallway.

30 November 1854 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE

The Emperor of Russia reported have expressed bis willingness to treat upon the four conditions of August, which ho hod previously rejected. These consist of a common guarantee by the Five Powers, of the rights possessed by Christian subjects Turkey ; common protectorate of the
30 November 1854 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
QUERIES AND ANSWERS [from “im«n farmers* oAstm.*'] op Oil-cakc fob Stall Cattle A SubAcnber** iuk*—“ Wlißt quantity o»!-«ak<i would considered

QUERIES AND ANSWERS [from “im«n farmers* oAstm.*'] op Oil-cakc fob Stall Cattle A SubAcnber** iuk*—“ Wlißt quantity o»!-«ak<i would considered

sufficient ration per day for staUfcodincr cattle, with turnips and bay 9 Also, wbatqtuntity of pood bntiuod oats would you think sufficient ns nn equivalent for tho said ration of oil-cake, without noticing the relative prices of these two •riielcs?*’—Tito quantity of nil-cake
30 November 1854 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARCO POLO,

MARCO POLO,

ludo(liog detention abroad, first royage,s months 21 days Dot° second ditto, 6 months, 11itto third ditto, 6 wreaths 4 days LIGHTAING, From Melbourne in fh3 days, and the Voyage out and Lame, including 20 days detention in Auatralia, in the unprecedented abort space of Five Mout
30 November 1854 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
TIIE MAILS kOR AUSTRALLL

TIIE MAILS kOR AUSTRALLL

TIIE MAILS AUSTRALLL THE Directors of the General Screw Steam Shipping Company beg to give notice to the public that with the peraniteMat of Lie Lordship the l'ostmaster General, the Ikreruher Mails fur the Australian Colonies will he on the of that mouth, from Liverpool, by the
30 November 1854 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland