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LANDIAMDS AND TENANTS.

LANDIAMDS AND TENANTS.

Twa law of Latulbrd and Tenant in Ireland is at length about to be adjusted an Act of Parliautent which if not fully satisfactory to all parties, provides at least against many of the grievances which esisted, and by putting an end to uncertainty on other points, is likely to gi
27 May 1854 - Midland Counties Advertiser - Roscrea, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE. MIDLAND couvrim ADVERTISER. ROSCREA, SATURDAY, MU' 27. 1854

THE. MIDLAND couvrim ADVERTISER. ROSCREA, SATURDAY, MU' 27. 1854

THE. MIDLAND ADVERTISER. ROSCREA, SATURDAY, MU' 27. 1854 RAILWAY ROTEL, AMES'S RAILWAY HOTEL, MAINSTREET, having recently undergone ex tensive :Aerations and improvements now affords superior accommodation to visitors, on moot moderate terms. Breakfasts, Dinners, Suppers, Well-ai
27 May 1854 - Midland Counties Advertiser - Roscrea, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
AND IiOSCREA JOURNAL OF COMMERCE AND AGRICULTURE.

AND IiOSCREA JOURNAL OF COMMERCE AND AGRICULTURE.

EXTENSIVE ARRIVAL NEW WINTER GOODS. ' G. W. ACRES, ROSCREA, BEGS to can the attention o f numerous customers and the Public t, his NEW STOCK OF WINTER GOODS, now ring from the different markets, personally selected sad prime value. A splendid rolleefion of CLOTHS—Tnosearrings an
09 December 1854 - Midland Counties Advertiser - Roscrea, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
ROOM PAPERS.

ROOM PAPERS.

TUST RECEIVED at the Roscsza Booc STATIONKBY the first consignment of ROOM PAPERS, embracing a variety of the gns and Patterns. which will be sold at as low prices as at any manufactory in the Kingdom. CHEAPER THAN 'WHITEWASH. Eecelleut Paper for Beck or Cottages can be bad from
09 December 1854 - Midland Counties Advertiser - Roscrea, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FRENCH CIIJAGE.

THE FRENCH CIIJAGE.

FRENCH CIIJAGE. While the Guards were at their utmost need the French columns moved down impetuously on the exulting enemy, and, taking them in the flank. forced t! em back along the side of the hill under the fire of our divisions. The Allies charged, and hailed hall and shot in
09 December 1854 - Midland Counties Advertiser - Roscrea, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MIDLAND COUNTIES ADVERTISER, ROSC3EA, SATURDAY, DECEMRF,R 9, 1854.

THE MIDLAND COUNTIES ADVERTISER, ROSC3EA, SATURDAY, DECEMRF,R 9, 1854.

rived at the seat of war, in the Queen of the South, on the 14th inst. Lt.-Col. Pakenhatn, Grenadier Guards, killed at Inkeru'an, is son of the late General Sir Hercules Palenhain, and nephew of the Dean of St. Patrick's. CoL Jollitfe, itoysl Marines, died suddenly on Friday, ne
09 December 1854 - Midland Counties Advertiser - Roscrea, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
COLONELS TO BE SIAJOR tIENCUALS IN TUE

COLONELS TO BE SIAJOR tIENCUALS IN TUE

COLONELS TO BE IN TUE ARMS. Adam Fife Crawf , ;(lTiVillimn C. 8.; Iledry William (i..rd.m. LtEI.I.eNANT-COLONELS TO BE 0)1A • NEI.4 IN TI!! Wm Rates Ingilb;,Tl'omaa Orlando Cater Henry Pester, Robert Win Story. Itotired List ; Won Fenwick Williams, C.B ; bald Macbean, Retired Lis
09 December 1854 - Midland Counties Advertiser - Roscrea, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
TEAS. FRANCIS FALSNER'S CELEBRATED TEA, At 3s. Bd. per lb. ANDREWS & Co.'s TEAS, as advertised, Stay be had at

TEAS. FRANCIS FALSNER'S CELEBRATED TEA, At 3s. Bd. per lb. ANDREWS & Co.'s TEAS, as advertised, Stay be had at

the BOOK and STArtoNza ESTABLINUMENT, MAIN-STREET, ROSCREA.
09 December 1854 - Midland Counties Advertiser - Roscrea, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
JOHN BOLTON S CURE

JOHN BOLTON S CURE

FOB LUNG DISTEMPER IN CATTLE. STOCICHOLDERS are recriestsd to keep the share valuable remedy in wind, in Cale of an stair at this most destructive disease among their Cattle, r there be no doubt, from the sops. tiers of Faired Varier, embodied a ths an Merows Talismaish which pr
18 August 1855 - Midland Counties Advertiser - Roscrea, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
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18 August 1855 - Midland Counties Advertiser - Roscrea, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland