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COURSING CLUB. FpHE Meeting postponed consequence of the frost will take place on WEDNESDAY, 23d, when the Purse of Ten

COURSING CLUB. FpHE Meeting postponed consequence of the frost will take place on WEDNESDAY, 23d, when the Purse of Ten

Sovereigns, given by a Member of the Club, with Sweepstake of ss. entrance, will be run for. On the previous evening the members and gentlemen interested the Meeting will meet at 8 o'clock at tbe Victoria Hotel— Sapper to be ready at 9 o’clock. Gentlemen wishing to join the Sapp
19 January 1856 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE RUMOURS OF PEACE

THE RUMOURS OF PEACE

At 11 o’clock on Thursday, when the telegraphic message arrived at the Commercial Buildings announcing, from the second edition of the Times of that day, that *' Russia has unconditionally accepted the Austrian propositions,” the greatest excitement was evinced amongst the merch
19 January 1856 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
almanacks.

almanacks.

SMITH’S City and Country Almanacks, and PURDON’s Irish Farmer’s & Gardener’s VALENTINES, &C., «C. Arc on sale at the office of this paper^ Know thyself'.-The secret art coverinff the true Character of - from the peculiarities of ' «Uh a3lonialiinK berm practised t’y Miss i nn( s
19 January 1856 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
AGENCY E-V A.l1 81 ®* MANUFACTURER A. rasped able tjflod by more than i London.

AGENCY E-V A.l1 81 ®* MANUFACTURER A. rasped able tjflod by more than i London.

19 January 1856 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
Tm: .Mtrf s\ri S:i)AV. j\'( \:;v ii), 1 850.

Tm: .Mtrf s\ri S:i)AV. j\'( \:;v ii), 1 850.

.Mtr f S:i)AV. j\'( 1 850. T H E W R . DASHING CAVALRY ENCOUNTER NEAR Kertcb, Dec 22—An infantry v-os despatched a f«w dnys from Kerlch to bring in a quantify of bay and straw from q place culled ti»e Spanish F irm, about five miles from the town. Parties of the enemy’s Cossacks
19 January 1856 - Longford Journal - Longford, Longford, Republic of Ireland
 
DF.ATH OF DR. CRAWFORD.

DF.ATH OF DR. CRAWFORD.

DF.ATH DR. CRAWFORD. On Friday. December ’is. at Mintreil. l.mvcr Canada, James Crawford, Esq.. M . brother of John Crawford. Esq., J.P., of this town. The Montreal Transcrijil thus writes on this melancholy eyent: —. j, with feelinqs of deep rcqret that publish, and are sure our
19 January 1856 - Longford Journal - Longford, Longford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PEOPLE.

THE PEOPLE.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS. FRANCE. The Moniteur of Wednesday publishes the report of the 'Cloister of Finance to the Emperor upon the financial state of she country. It alludes to the events of the past year as showing a commercial activity—unheard-of progress in subscriptions—enormous lo
19 January 1856 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH TENANT LEAGUE.

IRISH TENANT LEAGUE.

A special meeting of the Council was held on Friday at their rooms, 33, Bachelor's-walk— James Plunkett, Esq., T.C., in the chair. for the purpose of fixing a day for holding a general public meeting, as agreed upon at the public meeting held on the 16th of October last, pursuan
19 January 1856 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
-41iiES

-41iiES

4 N N.ln. 'Wk.., • Mort. the ii. i . r wavy.. A* will h in U. lw n r..1..•3n•.
19 January 1856 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
TER CURRENCY QUIBTIOI.

TER CURRENCY QUIBTIOI.

fllE RESTRICTIVE ACT OF 1644. the really unimportant matters which the :gm mince oldie Hallionirt perty has magnilAA into ud,•ts of mmat•nt is the promise to pay" which sten.% on the Rank of England note. Whit, these gentlemen sip, does this promise to pay mean miles* we can rec
19 January 1856 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland