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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. 1 We cannot undertake to return rejected communications. Notices of births, deaths, or marriages ar.- never inserted

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. 1 We cannot undertake to return rejected communications. Notices of births, deaths, or marriages ar.- never inserted

without being duly authenticate by the signature and dress the party forwarding such communication. Money Orders are to be made payable and the letters addressed to Mr. William Macklin, "Kvnna Mail- OJlcc, IT, Parliamentstreet.
28 April 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Magistracy.—We ire authorised to state that there no foundation whatever for the statement, copied into this journal of Wednesday

The Magistracy.—We ire authorised to state that there no foundation whatever for the statement, copied into this journal of Wednesday

last from a morning paper, of Mr. Kobert Bodkin, of Anna's, being appointed to a stipendiary magistracy. Gambling on Railways.—The Caledonian Railway Company have put a notice at their stations, intimating that a set of gamblers and pick-pockets are in the habit of travelling on
28 April 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN MARKETS.

DUBLIN MARKETS.

rOR THE WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, APRIL 1854. Spitalfields Bcttkr and Bacon Market—Bacon, 56s Hiitih 4-1 54s Od; Cheeks 40s to 42a ; Export Butter 00s 0s Od ; Cool ditto to 12-1 per lb. The ta« on market had a small supply of goods this week, sale* fair, prices remain at I >st quotati
28 April 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWS FROM THE CAMP.

NEWS FROM THE CAMP.

The Timm and the Morning HrrnUi conuln letters from the camp to April 8. The roost important news conveyed the following general order: " It having been agreed between the commander*-ia-< hhf of the armies in the Crimea that a system of passes should established to facilitate th
23 April 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MATERIALS FOR HISTORY.

MATERIALS FOR HISTORY.

Of all the episodes with which the history of this war will be illuminated, not one more certain to go down to future ages, applauded and admired, than the exploit of Brigadier Windham at the Redan. It stands recorded, that when his gallant and truly forlorn handful of followers
03 December 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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AN ADJOURNMENT.

AN ADJOURNMENT.

Ail Idea has been lately entertained that Spain might be drawn into an alliance with France and England in the present struggle. We could not appreciate very highly such an accession, either in a moral or physical point of view, whilst on the score of economy, it would have been
03 December 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS. November 26, at Woolwich, the wife of Colonel Thorndike,Royal Artillery, of son. At Hallyburton House, Forfarshire, the lady of

BIRTHS. November 26, at Woolwich, the wife of Colonel Thorndike,Royal Artillery, of son. At Hallyburton House, Forfarshire, the lady of

Major-General W. I. Gairdner, C.8., Bengal Army, of daughter- At Ercleston.square, the lady of Sir Win. Magnay, Bart, of ft son and heir. At No. 3, Wilton-square, in this city, the wife of Charles Henry May, Commander of H.M. ship St. George, stationed at Lisbon of a son. * Nove
03 December 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VARIETIES.

THE COURT. Windsor, Oct. 33.—The dinner party yesterday Included her Roy®! Highness the Duchesa of Kent, Earl of Clarendon, the Right Hon Blr Riehard Pakenham, Lady Francos Bruce, and Baroneas de Speth. The band of the Life Guards played daring dinner, and her Majesty's private
26 October 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
P. BE A KEY, CtbloPt M»kef, V*io*for. »nd AadlooMr, 39 and 40. STAFFORu-STRBRT. DUBLIN. Patrick U-Mcy. In ratumlnf bla (doc«r«

P. BE A KEY, CtbloPt M»kef, V*io*for. »nd AadlooMr, 39 and 40. STAFFORu-STRBRT. DUBLIN. Patrick U-Mcy. In ratumlnf bla (doc«r«

th«nka to tb« and flaotry who h*»** patronlaod him for tbo l*»t tblrty *r*. beg* !«•*• ii>rorm them that Intend* condoning batin'** ■ol'lr hi* own acmnnt, and that hi- eaten*!** Wareroom* at* at pr«*e»nl fully'tock-d with •▼cry article In the Cabinet and Upholstery line, of the
01 February 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SERIOUS DAMAGE TO A WAR STEAMER.

SERIOUS DAMAGE TO A WAR STEAMER.

Pltmouth, Monday Evenino.—The Cosaack warifamer found be much damaged. She has lost the whole of bar false and true keel, and is otherwise injured in Ihe hull. H»r boilers and machinery were lifted by the shock. The Courad transport has put back, with lots of masts and other dam
01 November 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland