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MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

MILITARY INTELLIGENCE.

_ 1 II IL E , ?? nae Sub-Lieutenant H B.- Warden has bee tr from the 13th Light Infautrv to the 83 "Wfrd Dublin) ?? att' (Cas to frntt X l ebe p00o ?? at'Feranoy. The dept C- e Otof both La, j a and 86th) will be permanently stat°t0 0 ?? lr.d ,al patr-ick as soon asbarrack ?? " W
24 November 1875 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

PARLIAMENTARY NOTICES IN PARLIAMENT-SESS9ON. 1876. POOLBEG LIGHTHOUSE. 4o vest the same in the Dublin Port and Docks Board-Piovision for repair and maintenance of Lighthouse-Contribution towards repair-Agree.- ments, Amendment of Acts, and other, purpoker. IJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
24 November 1875 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOME TELEGRAMS.

HOME TELEGRAMS.

RIOME TELEGRAMS. (From our Correspondents.) THE MANCHESTER EXECUTIONS. Cork, Tuesday Night. TXhe eighth anniversary of these executions was delebrattd here to-night in the usual manner. Before seven o'clock the 'procession began to form in Great George's-street, and by eight o'cl
24 November 1875 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE O'CONNELL CENTENARY COMMITTEE.

THE O'CONNELL CENTENARY COMMITTEE.

ITHE:~ OfCONEL~L ;CEDET - COMMITTEE., R .I A special meeting of the O'COnnell C Ece Committee was held at three O'lock veiteetr arm the Mansion House, for the Puriopee °1tse ' ae. report of the Publication Committee m45lth5 ed large attendance. The chair w OCCUterd by e a er, The
24 November 1875 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONETARY INTELLIGENCE.

MONETARY INTELLIGENCE.

I MONETiARYINTELLIGENCE.--7 ! DUBI,'N MONY gARKET. ''Dublin, Wednisday Eveninrg.' On ?? i.arket ta-day- the demand was 'quietat former'rat's 83j.to 4 per cent, and' the allowanceon depositl1ip4 r cent., some of the banks allowing. 2per cent. on sums over £1,000. IX.33,00* was tak
24 November 1875 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr. S. D. STUART CUNNINGHAM.

Mr. S. D. STUART CUNNINGHAM.

MONEY. WANTED, to Borrow at 6 per cent., on Property near Belfast. Apply to Money,” Office this Paper. “JITONEY ADVANCED on the security of all kinds of Merchandise, Scrip, Ac., moderate terms, the ULSTER LAND, BUILDING, AND INVESTMENT COMPANY (Limited). HENRY M'CLEERY, Secretar
24 November 1875 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HKILTH! STBENQTHI TWPBS’S QUININE AND IKON To*. There ecaicely disorder the body, functional or Quinine and Iron could not •*“*

HKILTH! STBENQTHI TWPBS’S QUININE AND IKON To*. There ecaicely disorder the body, functional or Quinine and Iron could not •*“*

with good result, and is daily mittent fevers, such as ague lo»i lia - febrile symptoms in general. pare with it. The prostration of sSSI"*- sequent on long flhiess other'(»d2rS*- confinement, sedentary oocnnatioiM^;"'* thing tending to impoverish tS- S (S ,t I undermine the cou
24 November 1875 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
jj y AM’S GRANVILLE OVERCOATS.

jj y AM’S GRANVILLE OVERCOATS.

jj AM’S GRANVILLE OVERCOATS. Elysiang. In Moscow Bearers. In President Bearers. 323 In Great Variety 32s jj S GRANVILLE OVERCOATS. 20s In Blue Witneys. 20s In Fancy Elysians. • In Balkan Bearers. 32s In Black Elysians. JJ Y AM’S GEANVILLE OVEECOATS. • Napped Friezea. In Napped Wi
24 November 1875 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LADIES’ EVENING BOOTS AND SHOES.

LADIES’ EVENING BOOTS AND SHOES.

are at present showing a large and select Stock of Ladies’ French BOOTS and SHOES for evening wear, in all Colours and Qualities, including variety of new and magnifleent embroidered French SLIPPERS in the Newest designs. JOHN MARSHALL k CO., and 4, CASTLE PLACE (Comer of Castle
24 November 1875 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

BOYD—Nov. 23, at 14, North Queen Street, after painful and protracted illness, Margaret, wife of Thomas Boyd, aged forty-nine years. The funeral will leave for the ■family burying-groond, Unigall, on to-morrow (Thursday) morning, at eleven o’clock precisely. Friends will please
24 November 1875 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland