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LATEST NEWS,

LATEST NEWS,

The Morning Post says that Lord Raglan despatches of the 17th and 18tU have been lost some unaccountable misfortune ou the part of Lieutenant Henderson, who has arrived London without them. The Times., in a review of the operations at Sebastopol, says—“ There is every reason for
07 November 1854 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRENCH OFFICIAL DESPATCHES.

FRENCH OFFICIAL DESPATCHES.

The Monileur of yesterday contains a despatch from General Canrobert, dato Sebastopol, October ISlh, giving an account the operations on the first and second days of the siege. The despatch concludes as follows:—** The health of the troops very satisfac - lory. Their moral condi
07 November 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DK.HKRTIO!* OF A WIPE,

DK.HKRTIO!* OF A WIPE,

Mr. Relieving Officer Gordon brought up a man named John Lee, on a charge of having deserted his wife in Belfast, in consequence of which the woman and three children had been chargeable on the division of Belfast for the last 18 months. The prisoner was a cabinetmaker, and was
07 November 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Dated the oth day of August. 1854. J. I.D'CKE, Auction Cl This is a splendidly circumstanced estate, and is well

Dated the oth day of August. 1854. J. I.D'CKE, Auction Cl This is a splendidly circumstanced estate, and is well

wortbv the attention" of capitalists; it affords a most desirable opportunity for investment, and is situate in and adjoining the town of Stewarts town. The land is of a superior quality. The leases of tho estate are very old, and are only depending in many instances on one old
07 November 1854 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPORTS,

IMPORTS,

Of 91 articles enumerated in the Imports, 4,1 show an increase and decrease. Amongst the former it is satisfactory to find, that, notwithstanding the war witli Russia, wo have had an increased supply of flax, hemp, and tow, the comparative imports of these articles having been F
07 November 1854 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MERCANTILE JOURNAL, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7. COKIISECIAL EPITOME.

MERCANTILE JOURNAL, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7. COKIISECIAL EPITOME.

Corn Exchange, Bel/atl, Mondag Evening, Nov. 6, 1851. The weather since our last, althongh unsettled, has not been unfavourable for field operations, which are approaching a termination. General State of Trade in the Manufacturing Districts. —The accounts from the principal manu
07 November 1854 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
229 14 120 4 139 5 223 154 17 127 7

229 14 120 4 139 5 223 154 17 127 7

07 November 1854 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NOVEMBER, 1854.

NOVEMBER, 1854.

. THIRST-CLASS steamers ARE AP*\ !•< POINTED to Sail between BELFAST* the following Ports, undermen(,• | i\• i. IiPOOL everv WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY [ 0 wJ'i p m. «.b;at 11 Il.h 11 ~Hh, j at ft p.’ui.; 13th, at Si p.m.; 2.(1, at 10.1 p.m ; -sth, at p.m., f0 For (i Vaml (JI,.V “Ii
07 November 1854 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS

LATEST NEWS

Marseilles. Sunday.— The Gmges steamer has arrived with despatches from Constantinople ot the 2Hth. It staled that on the night the 221 the Russians spiked seven guns in battery guarded the 21)lb French Regiment. The siege was in full play, and produced a terrible effect, it was
07 November 1854 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
OF TRADE.

OF TRADE.

GOVERNMENT SCHOOL SCIENCE APPLIED
07 November 1854 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland