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Miitorial defence of Rumu, end the meonc to ignted repot an iaeaeioa. This fear of ineasioo .'hoe. that Banda not

Miitorial defence of Rumu, end the meonc to ignted repot an iaeaeioa. This fear of ineasioo .'hoe. that Banda not

inenlnacaUe as might ..n been at first so [.posed. Every one sees that gebastopoi has been taken, Croostadt may share the same fate . and should each he the case, IVtershorg will fall into the enemy's hands Count Ksterliasr will leave with the staff of the Embassy the lilh, unle
12 January 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
TIMBER.

TIMBER.

About twenty tons ash. Spanish CHESNUT, and CHERRY, in LODGE DEM ESN E. ROSTKEVOK. Applications fur the whole, or Portions, will be received Mr. WALKER, the Quay, Rohtrevor. 770
12 January 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
NULUUB ADDICTUS JURA KB IN VERBA MAGISTRI.

NULUUB ADDICTUS JURA KB IN VERBA MAGISTRI.

NULUUB ADDICTUS JURA IN VERBA MAGISTRI. NEWRY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12. 1556. RUSSIAN •*CONCESSIONS” HAVE REACHED THE LIMIT ’-PRUSSIAN NEUTRALITY" NEWBY PETTY SESSIONS. Friday, Jan. 11. The Magistrates on the Bench weru—Mr. Thos. Otbeon Henry, Waring, lease Corry, Dennis Maguire, J.
12 January 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
tolerating such practices. Notwithstanding those documents the Board of Excise directed the prosecution. Mr. Irwin was examined, and deposed the

tolerating such practices. Notwithstanding those documents the Board of Excise directed the prosecution. Mr. Irwin was examined, and deposed the

facta stated in the declaration made by him. staled that had previously purchased from Mr. Henry qnftntitios of that meal and oats for his pig, the books would dhow. [The books produced, and oorroborsb-d the statement]; Mr. Butler did not seem dissatisfied with this statement To
12 January 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
# , . Steal* V 1 # 4<P44 4-4-44 SA,K BY A olasoow mrjr WF.HNEBPAY, V. ■ N L'l'AfUm*on Tid»,

# , . Steal* V 1 # 4<P44 4-4-44 SA,K BY A olasoow mrjr WF.HNEBPAY, V. ■ N L'l'AfUm*on Tid»,

ratnuiac * Tolr SOLD AUCTION, <m WALLACE. _ * M*~~l., Nawry J*«isary, - - - - - - - - - - - • * <m tAa Commercial Hotel, No. 9,003 -VOL. XLVII. TUESDAY. JANUARY 8, 1856. PRICE, MPED, Ml T HOLo ’l'uiw'lTUEK. '*^ tlMir Gwxka marltwl nr *<ihaaMi». and - ■ ■ - —■ ■ . - Kxoellant Mah
08 January 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
TANDRAGEE.

TANDRAGEE.

CHARLES TOAL TTAS MADE ARRANGEMENTS FOR BEING X-I- Supplied with MAGINNIS’S BREAD, Same Weight and Price in Newry, JEWRY >rB9BIONAL AND MERCANTILE SCHOOL, 4, CORRT-SQUARE. SIGNOR MANCIM, PRINCIPAL. Vacation will terminate the lith instant. MK. LOUr.Pran solicits INSPECTION ef Sp
08 January 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
NEWRY UNION.

NEWRY UNION.

Saturday/ 1 Jan. 5. The Guardians root this day, Mr. Mark Seton in tho chair. Other Guardians in attendanc —Colonel Close, D. L., Moasrs. Isaac Corry, D.L., Thomas Gibson Henry, J.P., Parker G. Synnot, J.P., George Gray, Joseph Loughran, James Mac Mahon, William Watson, and Pete
08 January 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE LANCASHIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.

THE LANCASHIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.

CAPITAL-TWO MILLIONS. 26, Market-street, Manchester. Loudon Office, 2, King-street, Liverpool Office, 3, High-street, and 5, Exchangestreet, East. Glasgow Office, 4, South Han over-street. Greenock Office, Mansion-House.
12 January 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
DAY, JANUARY 14, 1856.

DAY, JANUARY 14, 1856.

wine and water, taa and toast and water, occasionally bat hut not much of anything. She never complained of any pain to bar. nor did she recollect of her complaining of anything dec bat the sickness. She frequently said she hoped her bowels would not tronhle her again, or she wo
14 January 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RUSSIA.

RUSSIA.

St. Peteesbcroii, .Tax. 3.—The great Council of War i, concluded, and from what has transpired tho enbject it appear, that the Russian tactic, for th, approaching campaign have undergone some important alterations order* «ent off from head would Mem to indicate iha reeo- Intion
14 January 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland