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MEATH ELECTION.

MEATH ELECTION.

Meeting of Mr. Meredith's Friends A meeting of Mr. Meredyth's friends was held Wednesdaytlast, at Brady's Hotel, Navan, at which the Deputy-Lieutenant the County took the chair. The meeting was large, respectable, and influential. The movers and seconders of the resolutions were
3 December 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Apfallicq Murder.—A murder of a mott fearfal character occurred at Cavanreagh, in the neighbourhood of Sixmilecrosa, and within seven miles

Apfallicq Murder.—A murder of a mott fearfal character occurred at Cavanreagh, in the neighbourhood of Sixmilecrosa, and within seven miles

of thia town, on the evening of Wednesday last. The object the fearful crime was a man named Robert M'Colluro, aged 68 years, whose death was caused bj two bulleti entering his breast, and discharged through the window of his own house, at few minutes before aeren o'clock on the
3 December 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EQUIPMENT OF THE ARMY.

EQUIPMENT OF THE ARMY.

(from the times.) Like the mailed champion, the glory of Lord Mayor's show, the British army was, until the war began, the admiration of our military magnates proportion to the age of its generals, the antiquity its arms, and the pre- Raphaelitism of its equipments. If antiquari
3 December 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A Gallant Hussar.—A tall moustachioed fellow, Englishman named Hudgson, a private in the B'hHussars, was brought before the magistrates of

A Gallant Hussar.—A tall moustachioed fellow, Englishman named Hudgson, a private in the B'hHussars, was brought before the magistrates of

the Head-office in custody Police Constable Cusack, charged with haying deserted from his regiment on the eve of its embarkation on service. The prisoner, whilst in the police office in custody of the constable awaiting the calling on of the charge in its turn, contrived slip ou
3 December 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Armagh Election.—The High Sheriff of Armagh, Joseph Atkinson, Esq , has fixed this day for (he nomination of the candidates

Armagh Election.—The High Sheriff of Armagh, Joseph Atkinson, Esq , has fixed this day for (he nomination of the candidates

for the r presentation of the borough of Armagh, and Wednesday next the day polling. The Conservative candidates, Mr. Bond and Mr. Miller, appear determined to fight out; but, notwithstanding the tempting opportunity thus afforded, there does not appear to be any likelihood of W
3 December 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
u rr TO THE ELECTORS OP THE COUNTY OP MEATH. Gentlemex, lamented death of Mr. Lucas having «*u*ed a vacancy

u rr TO THE ELECTORS OP THE COUNTY OP MEATH. Gentlemex, lamented death of Mr. Lucas having «*u*ed a vacancy

in the representation of your County, I hav« been Induced by many and unsolicited assurance* of support t< Election' 8e Can ' lWate or ur suffrages at the approachio| hare come to this resolution after much and anxious though! and deliberation, and not, I hope, without due and p
3 December 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PURCHASERS OF WINES IN WOOD. This being the season for bottling Ports and Claret, I invite Gentlemen requiring these Wines

PURCHASERS OF WINES IN WOOD. This being the season for bottling Ports and Claret, I invite Gentlemen requiring these Wines

to fniipect my stock. the recent importations of Wines to this country, at considerably increased pries, have been also unquestionably deficient in quality, I can, with the more confidence, recommend my Wines. The greater portion having been purchased two years since, anticipati
3 December 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CARD.] MONSIEUR NONO 'ofessor of Music and Singing, TERMS PER QUARTER, wo Lessons Weekly, Harmonium, ... £3 3 3 do

CARD.] MONSIEUR NONO 'ofessor of Music and Singing, TERMS PER QUARTER, wo Lessons Weekly, Harmonium, ... £3 3 3 do

Piano or Singing, 2 0 do 10 0 Per Eight Lessons, ... • ... £llO Pianos, specially made for damp climates, trUchord and all modern improvements, etc., on Sale, Also some second-hand Pianos, Cheap. Mnsic at Half-price, Violin Strings. Piano Fortes Tuned and Repaired.—-In Town in C
15 May 1871 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
THE AEMT..

THE AEMT..

Lieatenant-Genflnl, (he Right Hon Saadkoret having proceeded to England on dotj, the the troops in Ireland will devolve ow llejoii-Geeeref Newton, the next senior officer. The Ist Battalion, 22nd Regiment, end er e<*MM®o <« Colonel Harding, B, has been ordered proceed from Kinsa
15 May 1871 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
L. CUFFB AND SON’S REPORT.

L. CUFFB AND SON’S REPORT.

Smithfield, Dublin, May 11th 1871. A decrease in the number of beasts to-days market with brisk demand produced a very dear market to-day tor beef; every description of which sold freely at the extreme rates last week, and in some instances at higher prices. Supply of sbeepfarge
15 May 1871 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland