I ;, ~ ~ T.EJTATRE ROYAL. I A. . ?? __" . , . A . . _ _ . . ESheridan Knowles's flne. tragedy of irgsina was presented last evening In presence of a numerous andappreoiant audience, The part of the patriotic and high-minded Roman was perso. nated by the new popular favourite. Mr.
11 November 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
fl? I!#TELLIGENC.?. 23.-The dinner party yester. as of xent, the Countess of Gains- anwBrue, Baross de Speth, the Hon. C eral ~~~the Honourable Charles Grey, Sir 50 d a. Drummond. The Prinossa Gao- ?? oorg u took leive of her Mtes, iand lf the castle with ira, casmotd , Lord and
25 November 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
wlth ?? De'eua an xionuli vlted her Royal High' noel th~e Duohecs of Rent, at Eorao~re 'Houseb" thls 'mbriithg. Mis Roydal H'Mihe3s Prince;lbert went out ehDotUng, attendedr by Lord de TabboyMqjor.Qenerdl Buckley, and -Captain :Du; Plat. TIg,'PjIeessBcya ?? oa e *back.g, , .J!,a
06 November 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
THE SIEGE OF SEBTQ CRUJSIM lDESP.A. T O I a ST. PRIEI1U~tBkGH, 'Nov.'26-Prince MenS. chikoff writes on thievening of the 18th. tb the' losses sustained by the' Allied' fleets in the storla, of the 14th whs greater tlanl ad 'been supppsed... About 85 transports were asbore, and se
29 November 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
THE WAR1. I- DESPATCH FROM GENERAL CANROBERT. THn report of General Canrobert, dated from before f Sebastopol, the 2d, is addressed to the Minister of War, I and is to this effect:- I : h6;S1E1R LE 'iMABUIRAL-Since the 28th unt., the t date of my last report, the operations again
MEITIN G OF T''ll IIA1,13OU[1; CO9MMIS S oNES. 'P11:in alformig;1iv tI ii cirjhg of tile 13eard wee held Ylc~ter'dzzt in rho iieard-roo~n at tie ILarboulr Office, Coricpraltic Square., at t el~ve Cl-oboL, busI. IleRtit- .SON, 2s6q. in twle clriir. 'The ctrimp nenmbers of thle ??
Orq Monday last, the sixth anniversary meeting of this society was held in the Victoria Hail, Victoria Street, end was most numerously and respectably attended. Among those present we observed, WV. B3. Pr-ice, Esq.. J.2., Tonaghnieve; Rev. H. W. Bland. SI>.; Hon. and Rev-. 1H. W
'311cirtirulturr'. GARL)ENING OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK. Fo RcING D EPAUT.I ENT.-Pineries-Tlie trying period for those who have to winter their young stock in pits heated by fermenting materials has now arrivead. Keep the linings sufficiently strong to maintain tile temperature at
Ifj;asiauT aub FariEties. THE COURT. WVi-wesorn, Nov. 9-There was no addition to the Roval diniter party yesterday. To-Piaybeing- the birthday.of the Princeof 1lales tile troops formning the garrison of WVindsor, paraded at a quarter before ten o'clock in tihte H1me Pan It Her Ma
E AN IRISH DRAGOON IN BATTLE. THE following ?? letter, which we find in the Dorset CAhe0Mle, is fiorm a captain in the Inniskilling Dragoons, a reitment whose olden fame has been bril- liantly maintained in the recent cavalry action in the Crimnea:- " Camp near Bala Rlava, Nov. 2