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THE CORN TRADE.

THE CORN TRADE.

The past week being mostly ruiny and mihl, very field work could proceeded with, and the heavy rams since the frost have partly cancelle I its influence the soil. A |»] rt-hensions begin entertained that such alterations will greatly thin the young wheat plant, of which only the
11 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VARIETIES.

Captain J. Ooote and Sirs. Ccote and Major Coote and suite have taken tlieir departure from llallyffnn Jlouse, Queen's County, for llresiin's Royal Marine Hotel, bray. Lord hurst has quite recovered from the slight indisposition was labouring under when lie returned town front S
27 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TB8TH—WB. W. EGAB, DENTIST, 16, 8UFFOLK-STBEET (Brother and Successor to the lata Job Egar\ to supply the loss of Teeth

TB8TH—WB. W. EGAB, DENTIST, 16, 8UFFOLK-STBEET (Brother and Successor to the lata Job Egar\ to supply the loss of Teeth

by tha application of VULCANISED GUM-COLOURED -WD1A BUBBEK to tha most tender Gum a, withont the extraction Stumps, or any painful operation whatever. adhere cloeely to the Gums have unnecessary ligatures, and perform with comfort the fnnc■. dons of the natural Teeth, which appe
27 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The New Hampshire Republicans have nominated Governor Goodwin for re-election. The election will take place in March, and will be

The New Hampshire Republicans have nominated Governor Goodwin for re-election. The election will take place in March, and will be

the first act in the grand drama ISOO.
27 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISHMEN IN AUSTRALIA.

IRISHMEN IN AUSTRALIA.

We copy the following from lending article in a Melbourne ministerial journal in reference a recent contest for the representation of that city between one of the ministers and Mr. Wilson Gray. course the ministerial journalist takes a strong parti/.an view of the ease in favour
18 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

I TllS DAY'S NEWS. [BY n 1 AG N ` T EIC TELEGR APr .] NEIIVS-LETTEIR OFFICE, Tueschq, One o'clock p.m. DISGUISED INTERVENTTI)N OF AUSTRIA IN ITALY. Le Xord directs attention to ti lrecruiting going on in Vienna fcr the Pontifical army, uider the eyes of the Austrian Government.
10 January 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DESTRUCTION OF ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH, DUBLIN, BY FIRE.

DESTRUCTION OF ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH, DUBLIN, BY FIRE.

ONE of the most disastrous fires which have occurreat in Dublin for many years, broke out on Sunday morn- ing in tie Parish Church of St. Andrew's, and in a short time, despite tile efforts which were made to avert such a catastrophe, consigned the sacred structure to rapid and
10 January 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE REFORM BILL—DEPUTATION TO LORD JOHN RUSSELL.

THE REFORM BILL—DEPUTATION TO LORD JOHN RUSSELL.

THE REFORM BILL-DEPUTATION TO LORD JOHN RUSSELL. TUumSDAY afternoon, a numerous deputation waited, by appointment, on Lord John Russell, at Chesham Place, to place in his hands a petition to the House of Cominmoss, signed by upwards of 10,000 inhabitants of the City of London, in
30 January 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SCOTCH MARKET.

SCOTCH MARKET.

I BY MAGNETIC TErEORrAIll.] GLASGOT IRON MARKET-JAN. 23. No. 1, 57s 9d to 6Ss 3d; Mixed numbers, warrants, 59i Od to 51s Gd; mixed numbers, makers' iron, 5,s Od to 5Si 3d; No. 3, 57s 9d to 5Ss 3d. Market firm. SCOTCH IROXN MAR1ET REPORT.-GL ASGOW, '27Tt JANUARY, 1S60.-The market
30 January 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ANNNAL MEETING OF THE LANCASHIRE REFORM UNION.

ANNNAL MEETING OF THE LANCASHIRE REFORM UNION.

ANNNAL MEETING OF TIHE LANCASIRIE REFORM UNION. [BY MtAGNETIC TELEG RAPH.] YESTERDAY afternoon, the annual motetitg of the Lancashire Reform Union was hell in the Free Trade Hall Assembly Room, Manchester. There was a good attendance of mcmhers. GEORGE WILSON, Esq., Presi- dent o
21 January 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland