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AUCTIONS. AUCKIQN BARBADOS AND TRINIDAD •/ SUGARS. HARDY & SONS will offer for Sale on THURSDAY neit, the 3d Jan.,

AUCTIONS. AUCKIQN BARBADOS AND TRINIDAD •/ SUGARS. HARDY & SONS will offer for Sale on THURSDAY neit, the 3d Jan.,

1850, at their Stores, LAPP'S QUAY, 40 Hhds. BARBADOS & , _ 30 Hhds. TRINIDAD/ SLGAK - Cork, 27th December, 1849. PEREMPTORY AUCTION AT ROCKHOUSE. NEAR BANDON, on THURSDAY, 3rd Januarr, ~«ud following days. Sale at 12 o'Clock •ach day. January,-«iid followi h day " R. GILLMAN, h
December 31, 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

In consequence the non-arrriral of the continental mails Saturday morning, we are without our usual late foreign intelligence. The annexed is dated Paris, Thursday night :— The members of the Legislative Asssembly met in their committee rooms on Wednesday, appoint a committee to
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
County of Watebford.—The estates of the following gentlemen, producing over 12,000/. a-year, situate in the county of Waterford, will be

County of Watebford.—The estates of the following gentlemen, producing over 12,000/. a-year, situate in the county of Waterford, will be

sold in the month of April next, by the Commissioners of Incumbered Estates, viz.: George Bennet Jackson, J.P., Glanbeg; Edward Galway, J.P., Duckspool; James W. Wall, J.P., Coolnamuck Court; Richard Duckett, J.P., Tramore; Walter John Carew, J.P., Liskeran; Henry Parker, J.P.,
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EGYPTIAN CHALLENGE TO THE JOCKEY CLUB.

THE EGYPTIAN CHALLENGE TO THE JOCKEY CLUB.

An English sporting gentleman lias taken the troul« and incurred the expense of measuring accurately piece ground laid out for the race expected to corn* off between his llighncss's horses and those proposed ' competitors by the English Jockey Club. It is desert, within a few mi
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SCARIFF UNION.

SCARIFF UNION.

RATE COLLECTOR WANTED. BOARD OF GUARDIANS of the shore 1 Union will, on TUESDAY, the Ist day of January, elect RATE COLLECTOR For the Tull Electoral Division, at Remuneration then made. Applications naming Two Solvent Sureties willing join in Bond for £l,OOO, or such amount as m
December 31, 1849 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN MARKETS.

DUBLIN MARKETS.

Tuesday last being Christmas Day, the usual com market was hold on Monday. Little, as is usually the case under such circumstances, was done in the way purchase or sale of corn. Few samples were offered, and the purchasers were more limited. Whatever indications the market affor
December 31, 1849 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
AUSTRIA AND HUNGARY.

AUSTRIA AND HUNGARY.

The Neer Oder Gazette states that the Austrian soldiery in Gallicia, both officers and soldiers, are in the daily habit of committing the greatest atrocities upon the unfortunate inhabitants. The following la One of the latest exploits of these worthy disciple of liaynan and %Vi
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Herald 1846 - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE YEAR 1850.

THE YEAR 1850.

ebrmnjj MONDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1849. The dawn of to-morrow will usher in one of the most eventful, and, in all probability, the most disastrous years that "through ages of sorrow, deserted and darkling,' ever opened on this unhappy land. How many hun-> dreds families of all ranks,
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORN TRADE.

THE CORN TRADE.

Hrix, Wednesday, Dec. 26 usual st this season of the year, business in the grain trade has been almost suspended, and will remain so until the turn of the year. Transactions have been quite of a retail character, with a general firm feeling. The weather has been variable—- from
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Muscular Strength. —The muscular power of the human body is indeed wonderful. Turkish porter will trot a rapid pace, and

Muscular Strength. —The muscular power of the human body is indeed wonderful. Turkish porter will trot a rapid pace, and

carry weight of six hundred pounds. Alilo, a celebrated athletic of Crotona, in Italy, accustomed himself to carry the greatest burthens, and by degrees became monster in strength. It said that he carried on his shoulder an ox, four years old, weigh-* ing upwards of one thousand
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland