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REJOICINGS IN MEXICO FOR TIIF, FALL

REJOICINGS IN MEXICO FOR TIIF, FALL

SEBASTOPOL. Tho fall of Sebastopol was celebrated the city Mexico with enthusiasm not surpassed it would seem, that of Paris Illuminations, fireworks, banquets, toasts, speeches,poetical recitations, music—all contribute.l profusion the glory of the occasion. The Trait Union, m
10 January 1856 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
GASALIKKS. ANTIQUE BRONZE GASAUERB. ORMOLU GABALIERS, Two, Throe, F*»ir, Si« VARYING rniCE FROM twenty shim.ings to sixteen guineas. the SUBSCRIBERS

GASALIKKS. ANTIQUE BRONZE GASAUERB. ORMOLU GABALIERS, Two, Throe, F*»ir, Si« VARYING rniCE FROM twenty shim.ings to sixteen guineas. the SUBSCRIBERS

AVE KKCLIVEI.LA.VgE AUDITIONS STOCK OF SOME NEWLY-DESIGNED They alto invito lii»jn*cuon of STAINED GLASS LANTERNS. HALL LOBBY LIGHTS, RIDDEL & COMPANY, 54, HIGH-STREET, BELFAST.
10 January 1856 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
NEWSPAPER FOR THE FARMING AND GARDENING INTEREST. Saturday, January 5, u-i.ll published, price Fivepenee, or Sixpence stamped, each volume complete

NEWSPAPER FOR THE FARMING AND GARDENING INTEREST. Saturday, January 5, u-i.ll published, price Fivepenee, or Sixpence stamped, each volume complete

in iUelf, Twenty-four, occasionally Thirty-two, Folio Paces, THE FIRST NUMBER FOR 1856 OP THIS CIIROMICE.I:
10 January 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
For Bristol, every Tuesday and Friday,

For Bristol, every Tuesday and Friday,

Tons. Horse Power The SABRINA, Capt. STAVELEY, ... The JUVERNA,Capt. GILMORE, ... Tuesday Ist, at Morning j Friday.lBth, 11 Morning Friday 4th, at 11 Morning j Tuesday '22 nd, at 3 Aftern Tuesday Bth, at 3*. } Friday 26tb, at Morning Friday 11th, Morning Tuesday 20th, at Mor* Tu
10 January 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EARL OF ELGIN ON PUBLIC AFFAIRS

THE EARL OF ELGIN ON PUBLIC AFFAIRS

The freedom of the City of Glasgow was presented on Friday to Lord Elgin, in the presence of 2,500 ladies and gentlemen, the City Hall. Lord Elgin made a speech in reply to the address of the Lord Provost, who presented the burgess ticket in a handsome silver box. Lord Elgin ref
10 January 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FIKBT-CLABB HUNTERS.

FIKBT-CLABB HUNTERS.

HORSES. TO be Sold by Auction, at REPOSITORY, On SATURDAY Next, the 12th prox.. Two first-class Weight-carrying Hunters—one six years old. by Freney, up to sixteen stone—the other five years old, by Harkaway, and well up to fourteen stone. The above Horses are in prime hunting c
10 January 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUNDALK QUARTER SESSIONS.

DUNDALK QUARTER SESSIONS.

omnßMiecd Monday, JameaC. Km., Barriatar-al-law. pnaidiag aa U*um '' 2’for the Chairman tha Coontr, John Par- Kb. Em-. atiU cnotinnaa iadiapoaad. firat diapoaad inaolvont caaaa, -kjeh there wore only two. Tha caao of Mr. Thomaa whoaa dobta amounted to£4,ltU* Ant came for heating
10 January 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
LIGHTS AT THE ADMIRALTY.

LIGHTS AT THE ADMIRALTY.

LIGHTS THE ADMIRALTY. The public has been apprised, through the journals, that representation is being made to the Admiralty, ship owners, ship-masters, and others connected with navigation, against the order which, with view of providing against accidents sea, compels all vessel
10 January 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
There have been no leas than nine vseane'es among the C nnty Court Jorges in four years: five have died

There have been no leas than nine vseane'es among the C nnty Court Jorges in four years: five have died

and four have resigned. There have died Messrs. Cbil on, Carrow. Hildyard, and Burnaby, and there have resigned Messr*. Amos, Wilkinson, Palmer, and Elsley. To succeed these Lord Leonards appointed two, namely, Messrs. Adolphus and Taylor ; and Lord Cranworth has apnointed Messr
10 January 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BALTIC.

THE BALTIC.

Kiel, Dec. 31.—The intelligence which reached this place yesterday, telegraph, respecting the blockade of the Russian ports, announced in the London Gazelle, has given great cause of rejoicing to neutral shipowners at this and neighbouring ports in the Ballio, and the arrangemen
10 January 1856 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland