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LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

THE ENGLISHWOMAN IN RUSSIA. Impressions of the Soclnty and Manners of the Russians at Home. Lady Ten Years Resident In that Country. With Illustrations Murray. Ten years of domestication in Russia might be expected to produce some knowledge of the country, when the person so dom
27 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LINT FOR THE ARMY. TO TIIE EDITOR OP THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL. Sib—Perhaps you would thiDk it worth while to

LINT FOR THE ARMY. TO TIIE EDITOR OP THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL. Sib—Perhaps you would thiDk it worth while to

make known through your columns, that shall be happy to receive contributions of old linen, lint, or new under clothing for the use of, the soldiers in the East, which we shall pack and forward to Loudon at our own expense. We would suggest that all parcels of new under clothing
04 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Companions in Arms A Lyons paper says :—"Two days ago a diligence arrived from the south, having amongst the passengers

Companions in Arms A Lyons paper says :—"Two days ago a diligence arrived from the south, having amongst the passengers

two English officers, wounded in the battle of Inkerman, and two Zouaves. Officers and soldiers had travelled side by tide ; they went to the same hotel together, and afterwards left together. It was subsequently ascertained that the two officers, in passing along in the diligen
04 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MEETING OF PARLIAMENT. " e understand that the following lotter has been addressed to those members of the House

THE MEETING OF PARLIAMENT. " e understand that the following lotter has been addressed to those members of the House

of Commons who usually support the Government:— I" Council-office, Nor. 28,1854. Sir—The meeting of Parliament having been fixed for Tuesday, the 12th of December, on account of urgent public business, I earnestly request your attendance on that clay. " I hare the honour to be y
04 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
•jTILKENNT COLLEGE.—Thd following IV University Honors and distinctions have been recently obtained by the pupils Kilkenny College, via. : Mr/R«Mrt

•jTILKENNT COLLEGE.—Thd following IV University Honors and distinctions have been recently obtained by the pupils Kilkenny College, via. : Mr/R«Mrt

Norcott— Firat of th«|First Class Divinity. Mr. W. Rutherford—An Honor in Ethics. Mr. Friuo Sadleir Stoney—A First Honor in Science. Mr. Hubert Dickson—An Honor Classics. Mr. Hubert Dickson—AnHonor in Science, the late July entrance. Candidates Eighty-one. Mr. E. M'Or«'ery, Mr.
04 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CHURCH.

THE CHURCH.

The official resignation of the Rev. J. B. Palliser, as rector of St. Mary's, Clonmel, has taken place, and we understand that his successor, the Rev. Mr. Prior, who purchased the right presentation from the corporator), will forthwith induct himself. The curacy of KUcasb, this
15 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN STOCK EXCHANGE—Yesterday.

DUBLIN STOCK EXCHANGE—Yesterday.

40TKRNMKNT If ONDS. 3 per Cent Consols Mew 3 per Cent Stock JOINT STOCK BANKS. National Bank... .. (221 10s) 27 Royal Bank (101 ) 19$ STKAM. City of Dublin Steam Company (1000 67 Ditto (501.) Ditto of 1836 .. (001) 30* MINKS. Lackamore Copper Mining Company (II) 9s Mining Compan
29 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TREATMENT OF DISABLED ENEMIES.

TREATMENT OF DISABLED ENEMIES.

The Czar, it is said, bas issued a Ukase condemning the practice of ill-treating foes who may be disabled in action, and announcing to his troops that an; soldier who is caught in the performance of acts disgraceful shall be punished with death. The Ukase is, as the Times says,
29 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ATROCIOUS MURDER.

ATROCIOUS MURDER.

Wednesday Last »t about five o'clock, a dispute occurred at Gallows Hill, a quarter of a mile from Parsonstowa, between two parties of the names of Patrick Hoctor and John Carroll, from Sharagh, and Goghlin, from near Rilleen Wood. The former were returning from market, and wish
29 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH RAILWAY RETURNS.

IRISH RAILWAY RETURNS.

HADE TO TUB RESPECTIVE DATES AS UNDER 1854. 1853. Name of Railway. £ s. d. £ s. Belfast and Bdllymena, Dec. 23 ... 11 ... 823 7 3 Belfast and County Down, Dec. .« 224 17 5 ... 11 Cork, Blackrock, and Passage, Dec. 23 10 ... 12G 12 Cork and Bandon, Deo. 23 *220 ... 181 17 0 Dubli
29 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland