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CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

CO)!RtTESIPON DEYNTCl Till, BE[,FAS'T IFA iM3OUIA COVIII SSIONEIIS AND VJICT'O[It PARK. Tro '1111 lIDITlI0 [) ?? Tli 132rXlAST XMV S-LIETTEIZ~. ?? the almi~lall nlotl?tilig Of the IC i'3it o alive to f~lit 1Illilic 111112 s1lmelil'lel h'irI rile BLdi4t';t tails oil i 1I1I'! ' Su
31 January 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH MARKETS.

IRISH MARKETS.

IRISH M4ARKETS. BELFAST MARKETS-SATURDA Y, JAN. 28, 0OUOUNII1 MARKET OFFICIAL PRICES. proeisions.-Potk, 49s Gd to 3Gs Od per I'bltsl.; Pu r Ilulp, 12d to 1:3d per lb.; crock, 12d to ?? per d,'K firkinf Od to COd per do. lFeyetables.-Potrtoes. Cruffles, 3s 6d to 4s Od per cat. Whi
30 January 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MILITIA.

THE MILITIA.

TfTII MtLITIA. \ zn i,u it w'iw,mrot.-ThJ liicoar ilindhg oficer of this cirp-i isa, recuived an initimiation from tile War'- O(lice thiat nwo 2 1-1poiindei's Will be slipplied tit heati- qt;jicri te Ai riltigl, tii' tile triigof thge ninc-n Sheila fir'! ic' I Iii t on1 fic grou
31 January 1860 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LOSS OF AN IRISH SCHOONER.

LOSS OF AN IRISH SCHOONER.

LOSS OF IRISH SCHOONER. (from oik cohkespoxkent.) Ijvehpool, Evi.-nisi;.—l have to annorr.ee the loss of the schooner Major, of Belfast, from Liverpool to Tralee with oargo. She sailed from this port 011 yesterday morning, and oil proceeding to sea struck on the North Spit at the
30 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

Saturday Evening. There has been rather a depressed feeling in the Money Market this week, traceable chiefly to the continued drain for gold from the bank, and the consequent prospect of an advance the rate of discount to or 4 per cent. Stocks have declined, and shares have als
30 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

(by MAGNETIC TKIJUiRAm.) LONDON PRODUCE MARKET—JANUARY 2S.—Sugar —More inquiry. Coffee quiet, but Arm. Tea —Less activity, but prices well supported ; congou Is 5Jd. Saltpetre quiet. LONDON TALLOW MARKET—JANUARY 2*.—Market closes steady—spot, April to June, 565; 52s for last thr
30 January 1860 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.

THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.

PLYMOUTH, SUNDAY, JAN. 29Tn.—The mail steamer Dane arrived this morning with mails from the Cape of Good Hope. She left Table Bay on the 22nd of Dec. There is not much news by this mail. Trade at the Cape is rather (lull, but improving. The colonial imports had increased largely
31 January 1860 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

At the last meeting of the council of this society, it was resolved to hold the society's show in this city on the 23rd of July. Mr. Meade intimated the intention of the Cork Agricultural Society to give .6100 for special prizes ; and, in order to enable this county to compete i
31 January 1860 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SALIN AND WZDDENOIL LIZEZILICX LAO IRISH POINT AND GUIPURE. OHN BRADLEY, Lace Manufacturer, begs to Pi direct attention to his

SALIN AND WZDDENOIL LIZEZILICX LAO IRISH POINT AND GUIPURE. OHN BRADLEY, Lace Manufacturer, begs to Pi direct attention to his

present Stock a( rust Class Lace in Dresses, Flounces, Shawls, Jackets, itc., importers of Honiton, Malta, and Valenti& Lace—This being the only house in the City exclusively devoted to the Lace Trade. J. B. is determined to carry out the principle of Light Profits and Quick sal
31 January 1860 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FOR SALE AND HIRE. PIANO-TORTICII, PROM COLLARD and COLLARD, from 50 to 150 L Guineas; also from CADDY, STODART, and

FOR SALE AND HIRE. PIANO-TORTICII, PROM COLLARD and COLLARD, from 50 to 150 L Guineas; also from CADDY, STODART, and

other principal makers in London. Piano-Fortes taken in Exchange. Second-Hand Pianos from .C 3 upwards. PIANO-FORTES Buffed, Re-strung, Tuned and Repaired. Rarmoul ma from 6 to 66 0. Wheeler, AND KM= WARZROUIS, 9, PATRICK'S-BRIDGE, COB
31 January 1860 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland