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OANLY AND COMPANY’S CIRCULAR.

OANLY AND COMPANY’S CIRCULAR.

Dublin Cattle Market, May Iltb, 1871. Number on Market—Beasts, 1,229. Sheep and lambs, 4,214 Yeal calves, 27. Old Market—Dairy cows, 110; store bullocks and heifers, 22* weanling calves, 55. beef, prime, in small lots 75s tq 77s per : export, 70s cow ami lower class, 60s, 65s an
15 May 1871 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
RAILWAY RECEIPTS

RAILWAY RECEIPTS

For the week ending Friday, April 28th, 1871. Watbrforu Limjsrxck (77 miles open) Passengara, parcels, Ac., 4s Bd. Goods and cattle, £l.lOB 12s 2d, Total, £1,914 16s iOd. Corresponding week last year £1,825 14s 7d. Limb rick Fotnbs miles open)-Passengers, parcels, Ac, ii as lid.
15 May 1871 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CLARE JOURNAL, MONDAY; MAY 15, 1871

THE CLARE JOURNAL, MONDAY; MAY 15, 1871

Imperial larliament. HOUSE OF COMMONS— WBDNicaDAT. The Speaker took the chair shortly after twelve o’clock: The report of Mr Jostice Lush, the Judge appointed to try the Brecon election petition, declaring the siU ting member, Mr Holford, bo dnly elected, wae brought np and rend
15 May 1871 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CRIMEAN MEDALS.

THE CRIMEAN MEDALS.

The following Is the nominal return of the ottoers who received the Crimean medal from the bend of her on Friday Lieut.-General H.K.H. the Duke of Cambridge. Lieut.-General Sir John Burgoyne, G.C.B. Lieut.-General Sir De Lacy Evans, K.C.B. Major-Generai the Earl of Lncan. Major-
23 May 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PEACE NEGOTIATIONS.

PEACE NEGOTIATIONS.

Viihwa, 21st, Ohi, p.m.—Yesterday complete elnoidation of the views of Austria on the third point was forwarded to London and Paris. If the government consents to lay the dispatohes in question on tbe table the House of Commons the nation would know what is to be expected from A
23 May 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEW AUSTRIAN PROPOSITIONS.

THE NEW AUSTRIAN PROPOSITIONS.

The Paris correspondent of the Timet states that it is •fain affirmed that if Russia will not accept the new Austrian propositions, Austria will at last deolare war. The Vienna correspondent, in alluding to the same mbject, says, that It credibly believed that she has prosnised
23 May 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE VIENNA CONFERENCES.

THE VIENNA CONFERENCES.

A ropplement of the dtSL Peteribourg publishes circular despatch of Count Nesaelrode, dated the 28th of April last, giving the Russian version of the Vienna Conferences. It is addressed to Russian diplomatists ■broad. Aa regards the third point, the Circular says:— " It concerne
23 May 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RUSSIAN DESPATCH.

RUSSIAN DESPATCH.

Gortschakoff writes that on the night between the 12th and 13th the Russians made two small aad successful sorties. Up to the 14th nothing of importance had oooared in the Crimea. Letters from Odessa state that the artificers of the dockyards at Nioolakoff are working early and
23 May 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RUSSIAN LOSSES.

RUSSIAN LOSSES.

Lord Lansdowne said the other evening in the House Peers, that the Russian loss since the commencement of the war had been 247,000 men. The following are further details:—ln the mouth January last a report was presented to the Emperor Nicholas, stating the loss the army at 187,0
23 May 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SIEGE OF SEBASTOPOL.

THE SIEGE OF SEBASTOPOL.

Vauna, Sunday. —All the French and nearly all the Sardinian troops have left Constantinople for the Crimea. The cholera has disappeared at Constantinople. Six thousand men are promised at once for the Turkish contingent. Pabis, Monday, Mai 21, 8 a.m.—The Slonittur publishes a le
23 May 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland