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SPAIN.

SPAIN.

Our accounts from Madrid are of the 19th instant. It was reported that the Minister of Finance had announced to the committee the budget that he would present, in the course the session, a plan for the settlement of the public debt. We read in the Heraldo:— "Foreign and Spanish
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY-MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY-MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

London, Friday. good deal of business was transacted in the , Hume Funds to-day, and the market was firm. Consols were done 96} to J, and closed at 96} to e*. div. for the opening. Reduced Three per Cents. 96} to New Three and-a-Quarter per Cents., to |; Exchequer Bills, at 595.
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. GRATTAN'S LETTER.

MR. GRATTAN'S LETTER.

Mr. Henry Grattan's letter to Lord shows a good deal more of practical sense than the Honourable Gentleman commonly imparts to his literary effusions. It is still, perhaps, rather too declamatory for the matter-of-fact humour of the time ; but we are not disposed to quarrel with
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Theatricals at Pansangeb. —The example of her Majesty reviving the ancient custom of uniting intellectual recreations with the other festivities

Theatricals at Pansangeb. —The example of her Majesty reviving the ancient custom of uniting intellectual recreations with the other festivities

of the Christmas season, has given a stimulus to the nobility of the country to advance in the same direction. At Woburn Abbey dramatic representations have been given for the last year or two with a zest that has conferred celebrity alike upon the performers and the entertainme
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Heabt of Bbucb.—Then has always bean tradition in Scotland that Bruce*3 heart bad been sent over from Holland, and

The Heabt of Bbucb.—Then has always bean tradition in Scotland that Bruce*3 heart bad been sent over from Holland, and

that it was interred in the family vault or borying-ground adjoining the old Abbey Church of Coirow, in Perthshire, where father had built the magnificent seat called Culross Abbey, still standing. And, on search being made in tho year 1808, the belief transmitted for two centur
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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TUAM UNION.

TUAM UNION.

On Wednesday last, the guardians of this onion held their usual weekly meeting in the board room of the workhouse—Robert Bodkin, Esq., chairman, presiding. lord glengall's petition. The Chairman said they were already aware that he had received on the last day of meeting, from L
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REPRESENTATION OF ENNIS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES. Sir—My attention has been this moment directed to the publicity

THE REPRESENTATION OF ENNIS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES. Sir—My attention has been this moment directed to the publicity

given by the Times to a paragraph from the Clare Journal, reiterated by others ot the Irish press, intimating that a canvass of the constituency which I have the honour to represent had been commenced, consequent on a rumour that I had accepted some official appointment. The spi
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Marquis of Ely with his usual liberality had each of his labourers, and many of the poor tenantry on

The Marquis of Ely with his usual liberality had each of his labourers, and many of the poor tenantry on

the estate, bountifully supplied with good substantial dinner on Christmas Day Fermanagh Mail. ' We feel great pleasure in noticing the appointment of George John Crawford, Esq., L.L.D., of the Connau-ht bar, to be Chief Justice of Adelaide, with salary of 1,000?. a-year. Mr. Cr
December 31, 1849 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
r —_ TAILORING DEPARTMENT. ODD, BURNS, AND CO. |' announce that they are now largely supplied un'fn'th suite to present

r —_ TAILORING DEPARTMENT. ODD, BURNS, AND CO. |' announce that they are now largely supplied un'fn'th suite to present

Season, and in tho very best manner. Also, An extensive assortment of the PATENT WATERPROOF FABRICS. Shooting Coats from Vets from 4 d Paletots 25 0 . Trowsers '*10 6 Dressing Gowns 17 6 Ri ling Coats Frieze Over Coats 23 « or 5 do ;. 30 Frocks, Dress Coats, ike. . ROTHES. LIVER
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.

I r? ?i I JIB - ? i ?? ? I.-Ill, ? 1?,T: -? A. ;ep English sporting 'innnieu'drh e~ensh +Of ,ai, ' re eif; tooansists-.f, hemvj. saod'd n1rfkvE tfir,- rc,> ,, deep .'.Tli distance, to'-be rann.;s tt. E jsh-t^' ".. mriles," and-was ascoaplisbed .by1~edouin"'hoeI' :t~rfAraB ?? ,1'h
December 31, 1849 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland