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SONG FOB CHRISTMAS.

SONG FOB CHRISTMAS.

treaty the wintry Mine ■> « yon snow-capp'J Cfcaa *«t tho'srloOow*—bar the bl’X'ittnK cUll; Am) let the sengmaand tlxi hall, and Cbrlstmta mtrtli haaln: 'ttoman odeloadatliara arawlfbont, chm t. .nhlo; And let the festive heard he spread, leave mmmer'i fere, Join the dance with
23 December 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
•Hot they shall share while bread remain., their children clad etel

•Hot they shall share while bread remain., their children clad etel

•Hot they shall share while bread remain., their children clad And fuel to defy the anew anJ ll«ht their cot at ee; Oppression sh.ll not enter ther.-.lmt man n. sorrow he.r- all his benefactors' name, shall »A,nd at cven.ng prayer. Thon let the festive bosrd be spresd. far. far.
23 December 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
guide to government situations* CON1AIKINO: information how to proceed ia «obtainin'; Govkbnment At. r?pnrN T T ; also the Duties

guide to government situations* CON1AIKINO: information how to proceed ia «obtainin'; Govkbnment At. r?pnrN T T ; also the Duties

and Kinolumcnts of each Office, he. London: C. Mitchell. Bed Lion Court, Fleet Street, who sends the work, post free, onreceiptof34«ta»pe or may had of any Bookseller. New Enmon, price 2s. clot gilt.
23 December 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Price FIVEPEN t CE. Lot. 3 —The shore of pan of the Bay of Ballisadare forms the Northern boundary of

Price FIVEPEN t CE. Lot. 3 —The shore of pan of the Bay of Ballisadare forms the Northern boundary of

this Lot ; and tho channel, passing closo to the ttrand, offers groat (acifity for sea transport. Lot 4—On this Lot a considerable quantity limber has been planted. There is a very .pretty lake on this Lot. abounding with trout. Those Lots aro situated about eight miles from Sli
16 December 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
CUIUS IMAS HOLIDAY?,

CUIUS IMAS HOLIDAY?,

«J0 THE EDITOR TQK ** CJIAMPION, ,—You are aware that the employers of all chsse* eoosenteJ their youa* men * holiday of the second day of Christmas last year ; and belies 1 ri 'hi saying, that that boon was not abased, that men acted became them, and shewed that they could, and
16 December 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
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16 December 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
TffE SLIGO CHAMPION, SATURDAY. DECEMBER Ifi, Ifi.M.

TffE SLIGO CHAMPION, SATURDAY. DECEMBER Ifi, Ifi.M.

LONDON AND PARIS MILLENARY ; FRENCH AND BRITISH MERINOES; FANCV STRAW TUSCAN, AND LUTON EONNRTS; French and British Bonnet and Cap Ribbons ; BOOTS AND S H E ; A BEAUTIFUL STOCK OF SUMMKR-FINISHED FLANNELS Paisley, Galashei's] and (llasyotc IVool Shawls and Scarfs; GERMAN, AFD FI
16 December 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

London, Satdrdat, Twelve o'Clock.—The market for Public Securities hai been quiet this morning, and rather firmer prices hare ruled, although no confirmation of the alleged treaty of the offensive and defensive alliance of Austria with the Western Powers has yet come to hand. Co
04 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN MARKETS.

DUBLIN MARKETS.

FOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, DEC. 15, 1854. Provisions—The bacon market was again dull, with small sales, 6d. per cwt. reduction from the past week. Spitalfields Market—Prices Bacon, 53s to 575; hams, 54s to 58s; fine Limerick, 65s to 665; American bacon, 39s to 41s; ditto should
15 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FROM OUR PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT.

FROM OUR PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT.

LONDON, THURSDAY. " Lord Derby and Sir John Pakington's speeches on the Queen's Speech are admitted to be most excellent. The former almost excelled himself in bis eloquent eulog i uin upon the heroic achievements of the armies; and the latter,while adopting a frank and manly co
15 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland