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TRADE AND COMMERCE FOR THE WEEK.

TRADE AND COMMERCE FOR THE WEEK.

The history of crab is aim .*t eolely absorbed in the ann»i, of ooro, and public attention settle* in a far gnaler decree the doing* Mark Lane, than on the afiairt of Thread, needle Street. Reports of most contradictory character in the meantime, work their way through the press
18 November 1854 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.

NOTICE OF REMOVAL.

THE PROPRIETOR bees announce that has REMOVED to No. 4. DONEGALL STREET, next door to the British Telegraph Office. The Premises brine most suitable far the BESPOKE TRADE, he intends to devote his energies chiefly to it, which has obtained tho assistance of man who ha* been many
18 November 1854 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORE OP A DISORDERED STOMACH.

CORE OP A DISORDERED STOMACH.

CORE A DISORDERED STOMACH. Lower Grotvcnor Street, Grosvenor Square, July 31,1881.—Gentlemen.—I beg to inform you have been using your medicine. Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, for a complaint stomach, from which suffered long time, end heppy to say it has cured me. I shall be happy
18 November 1854 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
1818 !846 I8M) 1851 1852

1818 !846 I8M) 1851 1852

18 November 1854 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CHURCH.

THE CHURCH.

Diocess Derry.—The Her. Francis H. Hall baa been instituted by the Lord Bishop to the perpetual curacy of Carrtck, vacant by the resignation of the Rev. W iliinra A. Battersby, on the nomination of the Rev. John Colthurst, the present patron thereof. The Rev. William A. Batterbb
24 November 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
With much satisfaction we refer to the meeting in Tralee with reference to the Patriotic Fund, and in particular to

With much satisfaction we refer to the meeting in Tralee with reference to the Patriotic Fund, and in particular to

the generous and eloquent speech of the Coadjutor Bishop of Kerry, the Rifht Reverend Dr. Momartt, on the occasion, foil as it is of the noblest humanity and enthusiasm. Such a high-spirited and benevolent appeal, in a cause which involves the dearest interests of multitudes in
01 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Tbi Ncrses fob tbi Sick and I*" dikes.—Lady Maria Forrester, daughter of hai offered the governaeat, either to with, to

Tbi Ncrses fob tbi Sick and I*" dikes.—Lady Maria Forrester, daughter of hai offered the governaeat, either to with, to

out trained nuraea the eatt to attend upon the sick wounded aoldiera. Her aerrieea, howerer, have adt accepted. This hat been made the aabjeet of aa atiao upon the government a correspondent of the Newt, inasmuch aa Mias Nightingale, a young lady nak. fortune, and great accompli
01 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
QUEENSTOWN SHIPPING—This Day.

QUEENSTOWN SHIPPING—This Day.

Wind N.N.B.—Moderste and fine. Arrived—Mnry Ann, Newitt, P. E. Island, timber, bound to Dublin—wind bound; 19th, Clio, Qnebec, timber,bound Abervttwith—wind bound ; 19lb, Isabella, Richibucto, dealt, bound to Drogheda—wind bound ; 19th, Itabella, Rio Grande, bone ath—wind bound
20 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
In addition to four bales of old linen, (pr the use wounded in the Crimea, lately despatched by the Jara,

In addition to four bales of old linen, (pr the use wounded in the Crimea, lately despatched by the Jara,

through the kindness of the ladies of Cork and ita vicinity, two bales—marked tbeir donation—were, on Satarday, shipped on board the Cleopatra, bound direct for the actaa of warfare.
17 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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17 November 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland