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SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

13 ?? J.%- 7.-\Win ln al 3 o'clo,'k. P.M., S.E. WVeathelr, at 3 o'clock, ?? Slhowery. First-class steamers will sail lience for Greenock and Glasgow, every eveliqtg (Sunday excepted), at 8 P.m. First-cla-s steamers will sail hen'ce for Fleetwood, every evening (Sunday excepted),
08 January 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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.. .CART)S. `L ?? ' Jb SAU Lit§B -,VL. s1! ?? . te. Frei S S c e: ata . iupplied with the ?? Cloi tyles 1 of0ldy-mdihina l0etrt Materiels pleh jnt;. O. d ,it, tJ variety of ROOM out i IPlow at prices oniderily lower than anmsily offered. V |ROUSg PAINTING, in all its btiiChS xect
12 January 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

I . T IEt W All. The following appeared in our Second Edition of yesterday:- FRANCE. THE GR&ND COUN01L OF WAR. The Conticil of War ?? at the Tuilleries is cown posed co the Emperor, Prince Napoleon, the Dake of Cam. bridge, Prince Jerome, Lord Cowley, Sir E Lyons, Admirai Dundas,
12 January 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PARLIAMENT AND THE PEACE QUESTION.

PARLIAMENT AND THE PEACE QUESTION.

Tle following also appeared in successive Editions of the WEEKLY ?? of Saturday:-I I I It is not unlikely that the proximate session of parlia- ment Will 9nd the House of Commons divided into three parties: those who ree sufficient geounds for an immediate cessation of hostilitie
21 January 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PEACE PROPOSITIONS.

THE PEACE PROPOSITIONS.

THE PEAqE PROPOSITIONS. i . . _ . ?? of (From the Times.) Nothing could exceed the reluctance with which Great 'a Britain took up arms against Russia in the spring of 1854. it Every feeling, every habit, every interest of the nation ie seemed to draw them back from the strugglo,
21 January 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RETURN OF THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY'S ARCTIC EXPEDITION IN SEARCH OF SIR JOHN FRANKLIN.

RETURN OF THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY'S ARCTIC EXPEDITION IN SEARCH OF SIR JOHN FRANKLIN.

?? COMPAI!r' ARCTIC OFF pszETI~OtiN I3N SEARCH OF SIR JOHN I DUBNKLIN. ,- At - AA tsr'S sPoRT C,3dVHXrto or Dtt. HAII' --O _ (l'Fr027 tihe MOsiireaOl Heraldf Of MNay,. D80nb1~r 14). We navye cia lavouredl by Ei 1.1 alyd. ibeq. (in the ab. senct of Sir George Simpson). With the fo
09 January 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

January 0, atr sLret, in this city, the lady I ot Iot B. kt -Eq fasx . f oJOhn, fls f of aso. the toutj of Derry, the Dife Jrnr s ,p , t Xbqts of a Son. Tb Janua9e 4,'i3'R 3 t, tihe wifie of Willa1GregE1 Eeq! ot A daughtert' Jantam 4, at Weolicbk' the wif*r OCaptin . Wilson of t
09 January 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LATE HENRY ENGLISH, ESQ., THE FOUNDER OF THE MINING JOURNAL.

THE LATE HENRY ENGLISH, ESQ., THE FOUNDER OF THE MINING JOURNAL.

T|EBB LATE HENRY ENGCISH, ESQ., THE FOUNDER I I OF TRE S1INING JOIURNAL. A correspondent has favoured us with the following sketch of the literary and commercial career of the late Mr. English, well known in the mining world, whose deceavs was mentioned in our columns during the
18 January 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORK BUTTER MARKET—A VISIT TO THE BUTTER EXCHANGE.

THE CORK BUTTER MARKET—A VISIT TO THE BUTTER EXCHANGE.

THE CORK BUTTER MARKET-A VI8IT TO THE BUTTER ELHANGE. 3d, At 10 a.m., precisely, the inspection of the butter com- lY, mences, after which hoar a single firkin of the article will ier not ovi any account, be received for tbat day's inspection. it Four inspectors are employed, as
08 January 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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the rp HE MIitACULOUS IREMEDI l !-9iOLLOWAt'S the L OlNTl'MENT.-Tsmr YNAS INTUMXTTNT ATTACKS ket. oP EUrTSPELAS EFFECTUALLY CURLZD.-COpy of a letter from Airs. H. Trimmer, of Compton, near Winchester, dated lath September, 18538:- j i'o Poreasson HozLowAy.-Sm.-. suffered for a rt
08 January 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland