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TO BE liKT, 4 N Excellent Ilsuse ani Shop, 58. Clanbrassil- Street ; alto a Malt-House, Uarlej Loft and Kiln,

TO BE liKT, 4 N Excellent Ilsuse ani Shop, 58. Clanbrassil- Street ; alto a Malt-House, Uarlej Loft and Kiln,

at same place. Enquire of NICHOLAS UYRNE, Dundalk December 29. b, 1855.
19 January 1856 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
TRANCE-

TRANCE-

l’*nis Evening —Fite battalions of irfmtry belonging to the atnu and regimsnts <1 the line, arrived in Paris this afternoon from Mar. , Pl ]| , lln main part the regiments in question aiSlie their entrance (he 29.11 ult., but llleso hattaiiotis, detained rather longer sea, could
19 January 1856 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
KO. MI, MARKET-STREET, SLI2O. lIENRY LYONS & COMPANY D SIMINIIMIii.. 01 Mr. GALBRAITH fron Sontah with • molt ii b

KO. MI, MARKET-STREET, SLI2O. lIENRY LYONS & COMPANY D SIMINIIMIii.. 01 Mr. GALBRAITH fron Sontah with • molt ii b

wailful awl select ef neap are co earl, rt. , . et. to WNW beery advene.d. will be Mosel mesa aLy SA*, Yellel sod 11 4 . r. Drettrra, Msetle. en Vele.' sod I.,eh, 6•61t0n., Leave, Plower., and Heed Drew.. I 4este4 Meal.... and all of are to dee, for Rm. eta be tor es Monday Jaya
19 January 1856 - Sligo Chronicle - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
LEGAL INTELLIGENCE.

LEGAL INTELLIGENCE.

Mr. Bodkin having declined to accept the office of at the Middlesex Session*, Mr. Pashwill appointed. fHiirfcftß. Belfast, January IS. The weather soon changed from frost to amp and mil!, and some heavy rain has fallen oaring the last few days. Oor Rratn market was lightlv suppl
19 January 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INSURANCES.

INSURANCES.

JJBITISH COMMERCIAL LIFE OFFICE Mttmbtuk*d the tptdal Patronage ot kit Rcpd Bqkntu tote of Bmuex and other member* of the Royal Family. London, a.d. 1830. Orlrhißl Capful: SIX HUNDRED THOUSAND POUNDS. Th* accanulatfoDß flora Premium* actually racalvod. and tartatad Oorernmcnl an
19 January 1856 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CARRIAGE OF STORES BY LAND.

CARRIAGE OF STORES BY LAND.

PROPOSALS will received by tbe respective Officers of the War Department, Lower Castle-Yard, Dublin, np to 12 o’Ctock, Noon, on MONDAY, the 21st Inatnnt, for the contract for Carnage of Stores by Land, in Ireland, for one year, from the let January, 1856. Printed forma of propos
19 January 1856 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PARTICULAR NOTICE.

PARTICULAR NOTICE.

SAMUEL WARREN » damb-stbbbt. twao ton received large and well-selected Slock Ol So J DBBATbU. OtosTtcSsi-trsr*’ ««“• AMMTREET. OuTwiCA* GEAASBa tor IMoiatsar
19 January 1856 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Jobs Locke, Auctta Clerk.

Jobs Locke, Auctta Clerk.

Theta Lands afford moat desirable Investment. They are sitaat in quiet and peaceable country, within short distance A hiooe and Ballymahon, all excellent (air and market towns The land art let very moderate rente, considered to be much under tfet slue and tenants are of solvent
19 January 1856 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DIORAMA OF INDIA.

DIORAMA OF INDIA.

UNDER THB PATRONAGE OF HIS EXCELLENCY, THB LORD LIEUTENANT.
19 January 1856 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
j for the public to know that in tb* case of Mis. Palmer the verdict of the jury was unanimous.

j for the public to know that in tb* case of Mis. Palmer the verdict of the jury was unanimous.

The court having been opened at nine o’clock, the following evidence was taken before the sea. e jury in the case of Mrs. Annie Palmer. Mr. Henry Day was the first witn H* *•“"*'? surgeon, and reside at Stafford; I knot 1 the deceased Walter Palmer; I was hi* medical attendant t
19 January 1856 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland