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SERMONS.

SERMONS.

Bethesda female orfhan school The Annual Charity Sermon* in aid of this Institution will be Preached (God willing), in BETHESDA CHAPEL, on the Morning and Evening of SUNDAY, the 3d of February, 1856. by the Rev. JOHN ALCOCK, A.M., Chaplain. The Governors and Governesses of Bethe
21 January 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROUND BROUGHAM. A BROUGHAM of superior make and finish, and considered to be one of the nicest Carriages in the

ROUND BROUGHAM. A BROUGHAM of superior make and finish, and considered to be one of the nicest Carriages in the

city. To be seen for few days the COACH FACTORY, 167 GREAT BRUNBWICK-STREET. The above Carriage built to order.
21 January 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY.

MONEY.

DISCOUNTS— Approved Bills promptly Disc unfed, and upon equitable terms, at the Office of Henry Rooney, HenrietUu9tro«t fNo. 20), between the hours of Nine and Three o’clock each d«y. Every transaction considered strictly confidential. LODGIXGS. OFFICES. WAREROOM, and WORKSHOPS.
21 January 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EXPENDITURE.

EXPENDITURE.

Marine losses Fire losses Discount allowed •- Charges, advertising, stationcry» salaries and wages, income Tax, rent, «fcc. •• •• •• 1771 5 £5628 6516 3 £1'2,144 || | 7709 £19.854 .. £ 4826 7 .. 121.067 II 989 17 170,675 5 6754 17 7 5899 2
18 January 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

ADDITIONAL RACES. CURRAGU APRIL MEETING, 1856. WEDNESDAY, 23. Free Handicap, 5 sovs each, with 30 aovs added. Articles and weights will appear in sheet calendar published in March. THURSDAY, 24. Sweepstakes. 5 sovs each. .'•0 sovs added—2s sovs by the Trainers’ Fund and sovs by
18 January 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SAUNDERS’S NEWS-LETTER, AND P

SAUNDERS’S NEWS-LETTER, AND P

SAUNDERS’S NEWS-LETTER, AND NAB3*i>BTb«et, jAMDAmi 17- PERIODICAL LITERATURE. poREIGN Morrows British and fokeig« LIBRARY, NASSAU-STREET. ..„ . The QUARTERLY REVIEW, | The WESTMINSTE . FOREIGN E%nYuHGH » PHILO“‘"r,' iE—™ !■ the Subscribers to this Liljarj-. r.UINEA PER ANNUM. SIN
18 January 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OPENING OF ADDITIONAL PREMISES-THE NEW FARM MODEEATEUE LAMP WAREHOUSE. Wholesale and Retell—French Brass Lamp?, Swiag Erast. Is fid; Moderateor Lamp*,

OPENING OF ADDITIONAL PREMISES-THE NEW FARM MODEEATEUE LAMP WAREHOUSE. Wholesale and Retell—French Brass Lamp?, Swiag Erast. Is fid; Moderateor Lamp*,

is to 6s fid; Reediog Lanp. 6s fid ; complete. 7s fid, 9>l, to 12s A breuuful Stock of Rroiizti *m Stands, 16s. 16s, 2mi ; Quite New Style Bronee, very rich i-nd hatidsome, 20a to 395; the New Paris Napoleon Dinner Lamp. '2 f. I inch high, up to the barncr, .V.s; Stupeoaion Mode
17 January 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INCUMBERED ESTATES.

INCUMBERED ESTATES.

NOTICE TO CLAMANT - (jommisaioners haria the Matter of the EeUte of of Martin Meehan, I premises in the peti- n>'n ti ™ Ex-P*rte Maurice Flan«g*n. I namely, the DwelUnf* House »nd Petitioner. No. Fleet-street,in the Cotn™ £ residue of term of Years, under lease newable ° f eai.l
17 January 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD. AND IRRITATION

IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD. AND IRRITATION

PRICE, 1 m*
19 January 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
10th and llib centuries, to show that conduct of ecclesiastical dignitaries was not consistent with apostolio origin. bad oollectvd a

10th and llib centuries, to show that conduct of ecclesiastical dignitaries was not consistent with apostolio origin. bad oollectvd a

number of facts foarfal to consider, not ono tithe of which would feel himself justified in presenting to that audience; but would qnoto from Cardinal Veronius, to show in what a state of imparity oven the Court of the Popedom was. From the quotation, it appeared that, according
19 January 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland