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HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

APRIL. The Tipperary Fox Hounds.—Tuesday 17th, Nine Mile House; Thursday 19th, Grove; Saturday 21st, Ballymure cross roads. —To meet at Eleven o'Clock each day. The Meath Hounds.—Tuesday 17th, Lougcrew; Thursday 19th, Brittas.—To meet Eleven o'Clock each day. Mr. Mahon's (The Al
16 April 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Lords cardigan and lucaU. Of TIMES. of*—ln the Timet of the 7th Init., there appears Utter from Lord Cardigan, in

Lords cardigan and lucaU. Of TIMES. of*—ln the Timet of the 7th Init., there appears Utter from Lord Cardigan, in

which his lordship, after many days' deliberation, be sajM, the most positive term,—having received the message I stated I had sent to him, conveying, perhaps too mild a for not having made of his light oavalfjr in a flank attaok, and a pursuit of the enemy when they bad been re
16 April 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN SOCIETY-INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS.

DUBLIN SOCIETY-INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS.

VISIT or THB LOftD LIEUTENANT. Intimation having been received that bis Excellenoy the Earl of Carlisle and a distinguished party would visit the exhibition of works of indastrial art, &c., now open in the gallery of Dublin Sooiety-house, on Saturday last, several members of the
16 April 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
fflfi EDITOR OP THE EVENING SESSIONS. Lord Roumor* the Clerk of the Peaot." Sib—An artiole headed above having appeared in

fflfi EDITOR OP THE EVENING SESSIONS. Lord Roumor* the Clerk of the Peaot." Sib—An artiole headed above having appeared in

the Armagh Guardian of the 6tb, and partially copied into yoar impression of the 9th inst, we have been directed by Lord to send you copy of a letter addressed by the editor of the Armagh Guardian, and to fetjuest that you will insert it, and also the judgment tbiscase,in your n
16 April 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LOSS OF H.M.S. TIGER.

THE LOSS OF H.M.S. TIGER.

Saturday Evening The court-martial* wm opened on Thursday morning last, on board the flag ship Victory, to try Lieutenant Royer and Mr. Edington (the sailing of her Majesty's ship Tiger) for th« loss of that vessel on the morning of the 12th of May last, at Odessa, was brought t
16 April 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EDITOR OF THE EVENING MAIL. 14th April, 1855, Sib—On reading over the list of tbe minority who voted for

THE EDITOR OF THE EVENING MAIL. 14th April, 1855, Sib—On reading over the list of tbe minority who voted for

the re-election Mr. Cusack for the Chairmanship of North Dublin Union Workbouse, find ia your paper of Friday my name omitted.—l am, Sir, youc obedient servant, Nobbcby Furnacx.
16 April 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LEINSTER STATUTES.

THE LEINSTER STATUTES.

Tbe Nation publishes the following translation of the decrees tbe bishops of tbe province of on the subject of tbe interference of priests in politics recall to the memory of all priests In this country the obligation which they are bound to expound tbe of faith the sacraments,
16 April 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Lot 5 to held under a lease for Htm renewable for ever, subject the rent of £31 7«. 6d. per

Lot 5 to held under a lease for Htm renewable for ever, subject the rent of £31 7«. 6d. per

annum, and liable to £1 ss. l|d yearly for tithe rentcbarge. The Meath Estate, being Lota 1 to 3 both inclusive, are, besides other estates heretofore sold in this matter, subject to three several life annuities of £400 per annum, £300 per annum, and £70 per annum; the estates s
16 April 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ILLIAM carleton. wltb"tb. following: letter from Mr. Carle, ton the dlrtlpfulabftd and popular delineator of Irtah character. The romw.ee to

ILLIAM carleton. wltb"tb. following: letter from Mr. Carle, ton the dlrtlpfulabftd and popular delineator of Irtah character. The romw.ee to

which It refers replete with Irish Incident. »•£«*•»« humour; it Is, Indeed, -racj the so*." ofTh.;«W° nof BaUor " wUI In our impression mi™~?S^S 011 7. lt lb ." 0 j°. n """ k)n ' ln ora<,r 10 fford ">• ad- C " l * t ° n * wrltt °* 1 opportunity of secarlnf the story from the ce
16 April 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOYKR'S RELISH. SOTKB'S SAUCE BUCCULENTE. SOTER'S AROMATIC MUSTAKD. ANDREWS and CO. have in Stock large ■apply of the bore, together

SOYKR'S RELISH. SOTKB'S SAUCE BUCCULENTE. SOTER'S AROMATIC MUSTAKD. ANDREWS and CO. have in Stock large ■apply of the bore, together

with every other welt-known Condiment that the Home and Continental Market can| produce. Amongst the more recent arrivals they mention the following French Green Peas in Canisters, Lea and Perrtn'a Worcestershire Sauce, Patee Poles Gras Strasbourg, Pate de Perigord aux Truffes,
16 April 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland