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THE MILITIA.

THE MILITIA.

Eildare—Naas, Feb. B.—The Adjutant, Captain Stanhope, Dr. Huston, and the sergeants of the above regiment, have returned to bead quarters, Naas, after enrolling the different country towns above 100 volunteers. It seems to the general opinion that the regiment will Immediately b
9 February 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN MARKETS.

DUBLIN MARKETS.

FOR THK WERE ENDING FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1855. Provibionb.—ln Spitalfields no change in bacon or bams—the former, 53s to 565; the latter, 50s to 53s ; floe long do., 63s 68a per cwt. A small supply and slack demand. St. Sepulchre's Butter and Bacon Market, Kevin-street.— Bacon, 5
9 February 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH RAILWAY RETURNS.

IRISH RAILWAY RETURNS.

HADE TO THE RESPECTIVE DATES URDEB 1855. 1854. Name or Railway. £ t. i. £ s. Belfast and A, Feb. 3 ... 738 9 8 », 771 4 9 Belfast and County Down, Feb. 4 .» 185 8 ... 211 18 0 Cork, Blackroek, and Passage, Feb. 3... 11l 13 11 „ 4 Cork and Bandon, Feb. 3 « ... *167 8 227 Dundaik
9 February 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SICK AND WOUNDED FUND.

THE SICK AND WOUNDED FUND.

Scutari, Jan. 25.— is indeed a heavy task to be obliged to forward by every mail to England such tidings of her army as have now be told; but it must be done. Were it ever so desirable to conceal our sorrow the truth must come out. free nation cannot do itself the wrong of passi
9 February 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEST COAST OF AFRICA.

THE WEST COAST OF AFRICA.

AFFBAY WITH THE NATIVES OF CHRI9TIANSBOBG—DKSTmUCTIOW OF THE TOWN. Seftimbik 29, 1854.—F0r tome time put, her Matroops (consisting of detachment of the Gold Coast Corps stationed Christiansborg Castle, with the following officers—Captain W. Bird, oommandant Li«ot. Brownell, Lieu
9 February 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS. In Curzon-street, May fair, the wife of Lieutenant-Colonel Montagu McMurdo, of son. January 4, Quebec, the lady of Captain

BIRTHS. In Curzon-street, May fair, the wife of Lieutenant-Colonel Montagu McMurdo, of son. January 4, Quebec, the lady of Captain

Rotton, of the Royal Artillery, of a daughter. February 7, at the Bank, Caatle-street, the wife of Benjamin B. Hannan, Esq., of daughter. February 6, at Brantry Glebe House, the wife of the Rer. Gerald Fitzgerald, of a son. February 6, Mo. 19, Pembroke-place, the lady of Dr. Qnl
9 February 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ASSIZES INTELLIGENCE.

ASSIZES INTELLIGENCE.

CODSTT MONDiT, JULY 30. M, Qurl '' T " John H. Whitcrofl. E opened the Pleadings. It was AO aetioa eCO ;'' r u dam,KPB for malicious arrest !** in C f d thrc : caoseB ° f ac, 'on. The P " . " r P le " 10 hl ' defence. To three of plaintiff filed replication. which the marred, an
3 August 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN STOCK EXCHANGE

DUBLIN STOCK EXCHANGE

3 per Cent. Consols 91 Ditto for Account 10th Aug 91 91J 91 New 3 per Cent Stock 91 Ditto for account 10th Aug 91} Bsnk Stock 222 National Bank 32 Patriotic Insurance (102. Irish) Mining Company of Ireland (for acconnt) 13j|xd Cork, Blackrock, and Passage 10 Great Southern and W
3 August 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PEOPLE AND THE WAR.

THE PEOPLE AND THE WAR.

FRIDAY. AUGUST 3, 1855. Every new foot relating to the late Vienna Conference places more distinctly before Ihe hollow and shameful peace, to obtain which Lord John Russell and large portion, if not all her Majesty's Ministers, were satisfied to compromise the safety and bononr
3 August 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVENING MAIL Coole Park, July 31, 1855. Sir lam reported in the Qaluiay Mercury, extract

TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVENING MAIL Coole Park, July 31, 1855. Sir lam reported in the Qaluiay Mercury, extract

from which appears in your Impression of last Monday, have said at the late Galway assizes, in disoussing the proceedings of the Midland Great Western Company, that I had had conversation with Mr. Ennis on the snbject of Lord Clancarty not being allowed to become direotor of tha
3 August 1855 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland