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THE TREATY WITH AUSTRIA.

THE TREATY WITH AUSTRIA.

(From the Times.) By a curious, and probably an involuntary, coincidence, the anniversary of the battle of Auaterhts has witnessed the conclusion of a treaty at Vienna between France and Austria against the power of Russia, and the 2d of December haa another claim to be ranked a
08 December 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW SEASON'S FRUIT. JOHN NEWSOM & SON, FRUIT MERCHANTS, HAVE now LANDED their usual supplies of MALAGA, VALENCIA, 6c FRENCH

NEW SEASON'S FRUIT. JOHN NEWSOM & SON, FRUIT MERCHANTS, HAVE now LANDED their usual supplies of MALAGA, VALENCIA, 6c FRENCH

FRUIT, shipped celebrated Growers on the Continent. This Season's Fruit will be found tvperior quality to lome years past, and their Agent's selections comprise:— Finest Dehcsn Layer Raisins. Fine Layer and Bunch, do. Plain Bunch, do. Valencia Raisins for Pudding*. Sultana's do.
08 December 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HARBOUR BOARD—This Day.

HARBOUR BOARD—This Day.

R. Hon ax. Esq., in the chair. Week's expenses, £145 ss. lOd. Mr. M'Mullen read the report of the Finance Committee, who recommended that the charges for shipping on the Gridiron just completed should be for vessels not exceeding 80 tons, ss. per day ; exceeding 80 tons and not
06 December 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LATE " SCENE" given, from the Limerick Reporter an of a fracas which took place on Fridav l„t, '

THE LATE " SCENE" given, from the Limerick Reporter an of a fracas which took place on Fridav l„t, '

7Z°' of the election of Mayor, deem'it only a fairness publish the following letter,, which * advertisements in the Limerick Chronicle .— U THE EDITOR THE Lm»R, C CHRONICLE Sir—ln the Reporter of last nigbt I ! graph stating, that (he Kev. Mr. Butler had aolhon!.,???" contradict
06 December 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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23 December 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SLIGO CHAMPION. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 23. 1854. LOSS OF LIFE IN BATTLE.

THE SLIGO CHAMPION. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 23. 1854. LOSS OF LIFE IN BATTLE.

THE SLIGO CHAMPION. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 1854. LOSS OF LIFE BATTLE. A correspondent of the North British Daily Mail" has drawn up, from notes taken some years ago from Allison’s Europe, the casualties that occurrcil in some of the principal battles that were fought duiing the time
23 December 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TOWNS IMPROVEMENT BILL.

THE TOWNS IMPROVEMENT BILL.

the first, and second pages of this weeks publication, supp'y our readers with an admirable abstract of the above Bill. We copy from the Drogheda Argus. The details which our contemporary has furnished, ure so ample, render a reference to the act unnecessary, except for professi
02 December 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
CONI AININfJ

CONI AININfJ

S information how prneeed in & 'draining Govf.rn.mk.nt Ap»,oinT'lknt; also the Duties anti RmolniAents each Oftieo, &e. London C. Mitchell, Rod Lion Court, Fleet S'reet. who sends the work, i*ost free, on receipt stamps or may had of any llooksellcr. New Esi.\n».n,;» priee 2s. c
02 December 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE Battle of Inkerman. (From the Special British Camp, Nov. 7tii. A rear attack from the troops at Balaklava bail

THE Battle of Inkerman. (From the Special British Camp, Nov. 7tii. A rear attack from the troops at Balaklava bail

been looked for for some days past, yet the evening of the 4th one seemed to think that the probabilities of general engagement were at all increased by the change in the disposition of our enemy.—Even their erreat increase of force was apparently overlooked. The firing upon Seb
02 December 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Brewers versus Apothecaries. —The modern milady, professionally termed dyspepsia, which has been calculated to affect three-fourths of our population—of all

Brewers versus Apothecaries. —The modern milady, professionally termed dyspepsia, which has been calculated to affect three-fourths of our population—of all

who have any daily avocation or employment—is said not to be easily conquered by physio, but by a mors agreeable dose. The medical profession hare been unanimous recommendation of the constant use of Allsopp's pale beer, from the wood, for all sexes and all ages, as remedy and c
25 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland