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Officers ofMilitla Regimenlst. WE log to inf.rm Officers reboot to join meets of Militia, that we Cr. MANUFACTURERS of ill

Officers ofMilitla Regimenlst. WE log to inf.rm Officers reboot to join meets of Militia, that we Cr. MANUFACTURERS of ill

kinds of Regiihental appointments, of the beet irtality. and are prepared to supply them nn the most reasonable terms. Our House Las been Eel ablished sore than 90 years in London, and 10 in Dublin, sod be recently been extensively engaged in supplying the Reeiteenta of Militia
13 December 1854 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
the wife of the Rev. Jame. itsdrew, of

the wife of the Rev. Jame. itsdrew, of

At oakley hall, flan* the wife of Maine Welling( on. of aeon. At Chester-ph Hydwpwk equate, the wife of Henry Dalbino, req. of •daughter. At Derby, the wife of Henry Hadley, •q. R.V. Nth Rect. of a daughter. The wife of R. laviegelwift, req. of the Temple, barristerat-law. of a
13 December 1854 - Limerick Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
UNSERVICEABLE MILITIA OFFICERS.

UNSERVICEABLE MILITIA OFFICERS.

The Militia Regiments hitherto embodiel have proved the most valuable training schools and " feeders" for the line. There is, however, a great difference between Militia officers in England and Ireland, Ireland the great majority have sought commissions nerely for the vanity of
13 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Lieutenant-General Sir De Lact Evans. The following letter has been addressed to Lady Evans the Duke of Newcastle:—" Downing-strect, November

Lieutenant-General Sir De Lact Evans. The following letter has been addressed to Lady Evans the Duke of Newcastle:—" Downing-strect, November

22 Madam—l trust you will not consider me intrusive or impertinent, but I cannot resist the temptation of congratulating you from heart upon the record of this day's Gazette of an act of the truest heroism and finest chivalry on the part of Sir De Lacy Evan9. All know him to be
13 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PERIODICAL LITERATURE.

PERIODICAL LITERATURE.

THE IRISH CHURCH JOURNAL—DECEMBER. The first volume of this publication is now complete, and will, we trust, bo the parent of a long and worthy succession. The Irish church na; be congratulated on an exposition eo able, learned, moderate, and uncompromising, which the laity may
13 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INVESTIGATION INTO THE CONDUCT OF THE MASTER.

INVESTIGATION INTO THE CONDUCT OF THE MASTER.

CORK UNION Yesterday. investigation was held yesterday, by Mr. Hall, Poor-law Inspector, by direction of the Commissioners, into the charges preferred against the Master some time since by Captain Martin. The guardians present were Capt.Martin, Messrs. Ilennis, Wiseman, Parker,
13 December 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TIIE MURDER WARREN-STREET, FITZROYSQUARE. DEATH op second victim. London, Monday Evening.—Mr. Charles Collard, who was shot by the murderer Barthelemy

TIIE MURDER WARREN-STREET, FITZROYSQUARE. DEATH op second victim. London, Monday Evening.—Mr. Charles Collard, who was shot by the murderer Barthelemy

after he had killed Mr. Moore, died on Saturday evening, after suffering extreme agony. It has transpired that Barthelemy had made arrangements for leaving England, and had it not been for the exertions of Mr. Collard, Mr. Madden, and some others, who exerted themselves at great
13 December 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The Mysterious Russian Officer.—A letter from Sebastopol states, that the Russian officer who is described having spoken English fluently, and

The Mysterious Russian Officer.—A letter from Sebastopol states, that the Russian officer who is described having spoken English fluently, and

who, while out with flag of truce, expressed himself deploringlv that two great nations like England and Russia should go to war for such miserable wretches as the Turks, was the son of the late Admiral fireig, of the Russian nary, and an aide-de-camp of Prince Mcnschikoff. He w
13 December 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE GOODS SUITED FOR THE

NEWEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE GOODS SUITED FOR THE

WINTER SEASON, WEST OF ENGLAND AND YORKSHIRE WOOLLEN CLOTHS, tEtoccirs, Jttdtons, JEZLlttncos. PILOTS AND IRISH FRIEZE. Owing to Ihe Reduction in Cloths, R. M'ALPLIN will he able to Sell Lower than last Season. DE lIAS ALSO RECEIVED A LOT OP INDIA RUBBER OVER-COATS, OILED COATS,
13 December 1854 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
GOOD TEA. A. HE TEA DRINKERS IS FREQUENT AND LOUD. /©? JL not that they cannot Buy Cheap TEA, but,

GOOD TEA. A. HE TEA DRINKERS IS FREQUENT AND LOUD. /©? JL not that they cannot Buy Cheap TEA, but,

that, being willing to pay a fair Price, they are unable get GOOD TEA. BROCKSOPP, SONS, & CO., TEA IMPORTERS, LONDON, have great Pleasure and Confidence in directing Public Attention to their well known PACKAGE TEAS, which for many Years have been extensively used both in Englan
13 December 1854 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland