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VICEREGAL COURT.

VICEREGAL COURT.

His Ezoallcney entertained the following dinner, on Thursday, January 10th The Earl and Countaas of Mlltowo, the Ladles Lesson, Hon. Bdward Leeeoo; Lady Janet and Miss Walrood : Colonel La Touche. Colonel Campbell. Colonel Mondy, Captain FltageraJd, Major White, Mr. Hans White,
11 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

Lieutenant Jameson, the Life Guards, Is about to exchange with Lieutenant Palmer, lllb Itußsars, The se’vlco companies the SBth Keglment from New Zealand, and the 99'h Regiment, from Van Diemen's Land, are expected to arrive at Que- nniowo the latter end of tbe month. Captain Hu
14 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
cuterr or coaa.

cuterr or coaa.

Mr. Vbberib applied have Mr. Edward Dogharty, solicitor, of Baudoo, appointed cooamisionar for the county of Cork. The Caitr Jostic* after bearing the memorial aud the facts therein slat*d, granted the application.
14 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BRALR Si EUWARDKS

BRALR Si EUWARDKS

ARC NOW OPFKRI<M), At No. 104. /I»jkst*,t, VERY SUPERIOR TEA 10 *> !*>. which aouerr a triau GENERAL PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT IX < >iNXtXIOX W ITH “TU* XOETUERN whig" OFFICE. 6, VnUiuJrr-Strrrt, iklfut. 153 NEW FURNISHING GOODS. LONGFORD CARROLL IWKSPECTFULLY SOLICIT AN INSPECTION
08 January 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Tn SOLD PUBUC AUCTION, at the Mart of Mr. GEO. C. HYNDMAN. Castle Place, Belfast, on the 22d day of

Tn SOLD PUBUC AUCTION, at the Mart of Mr. GEO. C. HYNDMAN. Castle Place, Belfast, on the 22d day of

February, IS3fi, at the hour of ONE o'clock Afternoon, Lot l—the lands islandreagii. containing 71a. 2n. Or.. SUIuU mvasoro. held Fee Simple, n rental of 1021.
08 January 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TKI'STEd | The Right Hon. the Earl FiUwiUiam, K.O. Sir Charles Fox. Matthew Marshall, Esq. William Eaq. licr week. 'fad.

TKI'STEd | The Right Hon. the Earl FiUwiUiam, K.O. Sir Charles Fox. Matthew Marshall, Esq. William Eaq. licr week. 'fad.

£s. d. Death from any Accident, 2 0 1,000 15 0 Death by Railway only, 0 1,000 0 0 X«r(!">» "»i -fts* SCENT AT JOSEPH G. THOMPSON, Garden Mill. Office— Doncgall-Square North (adjoining tbo Royal Hotel).
08 January 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LET REASON TOGETHER. JJOLLOWAY’S PILLS.— WHY ARE SICK? It has been the lot the bnnun nee weighed down disease and

LET REASON TOGETHER. JJOLLOWAY’S PILLS.— WHY ARE SICK? It has been the lot the bnnun nee weighed down disease and

-offer! HOLLOWAVrt are specially adapted to the relief the WKAK. XKKVOLR. the OKUCATK. INFIRM, all climes, sexes, age*, and eonsutullnna. BUCUUOH*- l*roteo*«rHidloway the rnsnufoctiire hi* Medicine-*, and offers them to fret) ami enlightened pconh. a* the best remedy the World e
08 January 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
5-rotrl) iHarttrta.

5-rotrl) iHarttrta.

Ol) I NOTON. FWP*r, Jaw. 4. - Cram. - The taprl; of heat larger, ami cf Bean* Oat*, ami Barley, •malirr than link terek. W heat on tbe top -Ja down, ami on the arerage ■ iotro. of top per 4 bn>hfl* Hot. ltdbe. Harley on tha top (loan, ami on arrra«e lud dwtro. weight of tap per*
08 January 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. 9Y MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. THE PEACE’PROPOSALS. The Vienna correspondent of the Frankfort Post Gazette writes the Ist inst.: The

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. 9Y MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. THE PEACE’PROPOSALS. The Vienna correspondent of the Frankfort Post Gazette writes the Ist inst.: The

hopes of peace raised Count Estcrhazy’s mission have suddenly disappeared. No one knows why. The accumulation of large bodies of troops in Bessarabia is regarded as a proof that Russia willenergetically oppose any diminution of territory. THE CRIMEA, (from the daily news special
08 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REVIEWS OF THE WORK,

REVIEWS OF THE WORK,

Curtis on Manhood,” —Far be it from to misdirect our pen or sully our pages with notice in any shape of a work that would taint the purest mind, or pander to one evil principle of human nature; but the book under review, so far from having a tendency of the kind, is one calculat
10 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland