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DUBLIN MARKETS.

DUBLIN MARKETS.

FOR THK WKRK BNDINO FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1855. Provisions.—New bacon, li per higher, 64a. to 66a; hams, to 61S ; fine long do., 66a to 70a per cwt. Eoo and Butter Market, Little Green. Batter has advanced id per lb.. Cool 9d to 10} d per lb.; firkins, 76a to 86s per cwt. KfKi, 5a 2d
06 July 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MAYORALTY. TO THI EDITOR OF THE FREBM AN's JOURNAL. Morley'a Hotel, Trafalgar-square, London, 4th July, 1855. Mt diar Dr.

THE MAYORALTY. TO THI EDITOR OF THE FREBM AN's JOURNAL. Morley'a Hotel, Trafalgar-square, London, 4th July, 1855. Mt diar Dr.

Gray—l hare been detained bere for the last ten days on business of importance, and as I may be obliged to remain some days longer I venture to trouble you on subject on which I cannot allow any misoouception to exist. I see by the Freeman's Journal of yesterday, which has this
06 July 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CASE ??RAHAN, PAUL, AND CO.

THE CASE ??RAHAN, PAUL, AND CO.

wmdii.—The three prisoners in this D. Paul, Mr. W. Strahan, and up again this morning at P". **' , at the bar before Mr. Jardioefor , n »" t on u P° n tlla various charges preferred 252, Ith1 th m b Dr - Griffith- The court excessively crowded, as previous ocoasion. Mr. Bodkih (
06 July 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Attack, on tbk Malakoff A correspondent of La Pretie, describing the attack tbe Malskoff Tower, says—" Our columns, almost

The Attack, on tbk Malakoff A correspondent of La Pretie, describing the attack tbe Malskoff Tower, says—" Our columns, almost

before the; were well their way, were received by muderons fire soldier ever saw. Every gun from the Malakoff fired grape; bat tbis could not stop our soldiers, who mounted the parapets, and forced their way into all the worka. It was impossible to stay there. Tbe Russians had b
06 July 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DISASTER OF THE 18TH.

THE DISASTER OF THE 18TH.

FRIDAY. JULY 6, 1855. A second despatch from the late Lord Raglan, report from Major-General Etbi, and a long deipatch from General Pilissieb, are now before us, and these documents, illustrated by tbe press correspondence, enable form a tolerably clear notion the nature and cau
06 July 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A VISITOR.

A VISITOR.

VISITOR. King Leopold of Belgium hat irrired Windsor Castle, on visit to his and nephew, the Queen and Prince Consort of England. King Leopold's eldest son and Heir Apparent, accompanied by bis wife, the sister of the Emperor of Austria, has been, within the last week, visiting t
06 July 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A MILITARY COLLEGE FOR IRELAND.

A MILITARY COLLEGE FOR IRELAND.

We know not if there be any authority for a state, ment which has appeared in provincial journal, but we wish it may be true. It is to the effect that the Quun'a College at Galway, being found nearly useless for the purpoae it was originally designed for, is about to be converte
06 July 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
We have great pleasure in giving publicity the following resolution agreed to by the Vice-President and officers of the Queen's

We have great pleasure in giving publicity the following resolution agreed to by the Vice-President and officers of the Queen's

University of Gel way, reflecting, does, so much credit on the zeal evinced by the respected President, Edward Bebwick, Esq., in promoting the interests of that useful institution :— " We, the Vice-President and Members of the Council of Queen's College, Gal way, cannot permit t
06 July 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO FLAX SPINNERS AND CAPITALISTS. IN BANKRUPTCY. BOAS MILLS, NEAE DUNGANNON, COUNTY TYRONE. In the Matter of rTIHE Sale of

TO FLAX SPINNERS AND CAPITALISTS. IN BANKRUPTCY. BOAS MILLS, NEAE DUNGANNON, COUNTY TYRONE. In the Matter of rTIHE Sale of

the above and William J- valuable property advertised venaon, Bankrupt*. I In tbla Matter, to held on - J Tuesday, the 10th of July lost., bus been adjourned, and his Honor, the Commissioner, authorised private proposals for the premises to received by the Solicitors for the Mor
27 July 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Evening Mail.

The Evening Mail.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9.1855. THE MINISTRY. The writs have been moved for Tiverton and South Wiltshire, and the Government, such as it is, baa been at length constituted. It is, in fact, the same as it was fortnight ago, with the exception of the dropping-out of Lord Abebdeen, tbe Du
09 February 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland