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GARDENING OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK.

GARDENING OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK.

PLANT DEPAt1TMENT.-Conservatory, &c.-Plants thiat are in vigorous heal th, ard halve beer pievenlted fromn blooming since abouL June, anti( ke-pt rather hard in rut urnimi, will bloom profsei-ly for iron tirs in a tem- peorature of 50 or 55 deg. There is, however, ionsi- derail
27 December 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

is 'iTHs. December 21, at 91, Yor;z Street, Mrs. W illiam Bell, of at syn. Decenibzr 15, ' London, Tady Garvragh. of a son and lit Decembuer 21. at lirook Strect, Ciocraine, tiC soe of 1: T. Wilson, l sql., of a Siln. Deemnibcr -21, the -%fe Of the late And-en \VWatt, Es.. of ler
25 December 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

V.-. MILITIA UllIrOitiS, rBEG RE`SiPCTFITTUAy TO W inform thes 0 F F ICEtS fthe" MILITIA RIEGIMENTSofI LA , that J. G. Gl (5 E has just returned fromi London. with Patterns and M,1ate- rials for ":T 1E NE FW R EGUITLA TIO0N U N I PG 0H if ,"' strictly -Oceerato; and that we are n
22 December 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE "APPEAL' TO ROME

THE "APPEAL' TO ROME

THE "APPEAL' ROME The Tablet annouuces the safe arrival in Rome of Mr. Lucas, and more than hints that the reception of the boo. member for Meath has been all that could be desired. Meanwhile Bishop Walsh, the object of Mr. Lucas's mission to the Holy See, has published the follo
25 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COOTTISH WIDOWS' FUND AND LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. E«TiBI.!«HKl) A.D, 1815. EOINBUBOn, v . 6,Vr.*ANDREW SQUARE. SPECIAL noT[CE. Proposals for Assurance,

COOTTISH WIDOWS' FUND AND LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. E«TiBI.!«HKl) A.D, 1815. EOINBUBOn, v . 6,Vr.*ANDREW SQUARE. SPECIAL noT[CE. Proposals for Assurance,

in order to secu.« right entr - Books for the current year, must be lodged, at ti.« Head-Office or one of the Agencies, on or before Saturday, the 30th current. JOHN MACKENZIE, M»naffer Wm. LINDESAY, Secretary. Edinburgh, December, 1854. N.B.—The Amount of Assurance which may be
25 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Patriotic Sporting —Lord Ward, with gome of his friends, commenced shooting on the Hurcott Manor, on. Friday last, the game

Patriotic Sporting —Lord Ward, with gome of his friends, commenced shooting on the Hurcott Manor, on. Friday last, the game

which he intends to send to our soldiers in the Crimea. There were eight guns, and the close of (he day's warfare the result was the death of 336 hares, 140 rabbits, 78 pheasants, 3 partridges, and 1 woodcock ; total, 558. On the following day his lordship, with Sir J. S. Paking
27 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN STOCK EXCHANGE-Yesterday.

DUBLIN STOCK EXCHANGE-Yesterday.

•4ovkKfmkki roans. per Cent Consols 91J New 3 per Cent Stock 9o| Ditto for account Bth January Bank 9toek(shot) ........... BTRAM. City of Dublin Steam Company (1001) 67 MINES. Min»ng Company of Ireland (7*.) AII.WA Vfc . »«!!>. Dublin and Belfast Junction (45i.) 41} Dublin and
27 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONDOTTIERI GOVERNMENT.

THE CONDOTTIERI GOVERNMENT.

mail. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1854. The Foreign Cutthroat Bill was advanced another stage last night; but upon an understanding that a full discussion should take place upon the motion for its third reading, which will be proposed this evening. It is worthy of remark in passing tha
22 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FROM OUR PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT.

FROM OUR PRIVATE CORRESPONDENT.

" LONDON, TnUBSDAY, " The threat of resignation has once more been successful, and Ministers have succeeded in reading the Foreign Enlistment Bill by small majority. The debate on Tuesday night was conducted on the Ministerial side in a most languid manner, while the speeches in
22 December 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Co hr ttrt or -olh^

Co hr ttrt or -olh^

ttrt -olh^ TO LET.— APPLY HART. & 00.. Marlborough-Street, Helfaat. a PM: I'M K.N’TS TO LCT.—TWO r.ENTLEj\ MKN conld with tumwbed Apartment! ami I‘arlial Board, rcquirod. Apply 104. Streot :tJ OTOBAC® TO LBT.—TWO EXCELLENT each callable opwnnls Tom of Crain, be either together se
28 December 1854 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland