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THE CLIMATE OF THE CRIMEA.

THE CLIMATE OF THE CRIMEA.

" The mean temperature of mercury at Sebastopol is not one degree lower than that of London." This is the statement of the Garedner's Chronicle,'which has investigated the best authorities on the subject, and we are vary glad to quote again on this point the statement of our con
29 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SURGICAL, SOCIETY OF IRELAND.

SURGICAL, SOCIETY OF IRELAND.

__i" meeting of this society for the session of took place on Saturday evening at the Royal of Surgeons, Stephen's-green, and was fully and uentially attended. At half-past eight o'clock the xajiiinationHaU was completely tilled, the audience comprising more than sixty members o
11 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE AUSTRIAN ULTIMATUM TO RUSSIA.

THE AUSTRIAN ULTIMATUM TO RUSSIA.

Viewna, Fhidat, Dec. 8 The Ost Deutsche Pott publishes the following as the ultimatum addressed by Austria to Russia:— Austria has sent her final summons to Russia. No modification of ber territorial possessions is demanded. Besides the four points, indemnification for the war e
11 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MISS THORNHILL AND HER LOVER.

MISS THORNHILL AND HER LOVER.

| The case of Thornhill v. Thornhill" was again | brought under the notice of the Lord Chancellor I Friday. Just before the rising of the court, The Solicitob-General, said that he trusted his Lordship would excuse bis agaiu adverting to the case Mr. Chichester, which bad been f
11 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

London, Saturday, Twelve o'Clock.—The market for Public Securities has been very firm this morning, although business has not been very extensive. Consols for money have been done at 93jj to 93, including the dividend, and for the account at 92J j, ex dividend, giving the price
11 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TRIBUTE MONEY.

THE TRIBUTE MONEY.

The Pope, taking into consideration the mine of wealth opened to him and bis by the additional impulse recently c.mmunicated to the zeal of the flock, has thought 6t to signalize the event in a very appropriate manner. Two hundred medals, " first fruits," as they are well design
22 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ANOTHER SORTIE.

ANOTHER SORTIE.

Vienna, Frioat Evenino.—Advices have been received here from Constantinople of the 7th December. The Russians made sortie against the French lines on the sth. Eight divisions of the line, under General Forey, repulsed them with great loss. The French are arming batteries with gu
18 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE INDEPENDENT ELECTORS OF THE COUNT! FERMANAGH. Gbntlemfn, A VACANCY having occurred in Repre"entation of the County of Fermanagh,

TO THE INDEPENDENT ELECTORS OF THE COUNT! FERMANAGH. Gbntlemfn, A VACANCY having occurred in Repre"entation of the County of Fermanagh,

by the lamented decease of Sir Arthur Brooke, I beg offer myself candidal for your suffrages, In compliance with a requisition to that effect, signed by a number of the mo?t Influential gentlemen of the county My family has been honoured bv long and close connexion with the elec
18 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CRIMEA, ITS CLIMATE, AND OUR SOLDIERS.

THE CRIMEA, ITS CLIMATE, AND OUR SOLDIERS.

It has been shown from the meteorological tables of Professor Dove, of Berlin, that the lowest mean temperature of any winter month at Sebastopol is not so low as Dijon—in other words, that, according to the thermometer, the winter season is colder at the latter place. The table
08 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VARIETIES.

THE COURT. TcEßDiY.—The dinner party yesterday Included her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent, Serene Highneis Prlnoe Ernest of Leinlngen, the Earl of Aberdeen, the Ladj-in-Waiting to the Duchess of Kent, Viscount and Viscountess Hardinge, Baroness de Speth, Lord George Paget,
08 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland