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PARLIAMENT AND THE PEACE QUESTION.

PARLIAMENT AND THE PEACE QUESTION.

Tle following also appeared in successive Editions of the WEEKLY ?? of Saturday:-I I I It is not unlikely that the proximate session of parlia- ment Will 9nd the House of Commons divided into three parties: those who ree sufficient geounds for an immediate cessation of hostilitie
21 January 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PEACE PROPOSITIONS.

THE PEACE PROPOSITIONS.

THE PEAqE PROPOSITIONS. i . . _ . ?? of (From the Times.) Nothing could exceed the reluctance with which Great 'a Britain took up arms against Russia in the spring of 1854. it Every feeling, every habit, every interest of the nation ie seemed to draw them back from the strugglo,
21 January 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CLOTHIERS.

CLOTHIERS.

SWITZER, T Y, AND CO., WOOLLEN-DR A PKKH AND GENERAL 91, GRAFTON-STREET. In our ready made Ware-rooms will round extensive earlety of WINTER GREAT COATS, ARCTIC WRAPPERS, *9O VELVET WITNEY MANTLES; the Order Department superb assortment of French Bordered Angola Trowserlnga and
21 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INCUMBKRED ESTATES

INCUMBKRED ESTATES

THE COURT THE COMMISSIONERS POE THE SALK OP INCUMBERED ESTATES IN IRELAND. ESTATES THE COUNT* OF TIPPER ARY. aao PEEMISES TUB TOWN OP CLONMEL. Sala oa TUESDAY, the S9tb day of FEBRUARY, 1830. In the Matter of the Estate Christopher Hums Lawdar, Assignee of John Dalton Kellctt, K
21 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
from Caledon Park, connty of Tyrone.

from Caledon Park, connty of Tyrone.

from Caledon Park, of Tyrone. The Earl and Countess of Durham are expected arrive at Lambtoo Caatle, tbia week, from a tear vtolu thlaoonntry. Lord Napier, Secretary to the British Embassy Ccnatantlnople. accompanied by Lady Napier and family, have arrived from the Tnrklab capita
21 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO DRAPERS’ ASSISTANTS.

TO DRAPERS’ ASSISTANTS.

DRAPERS’ ASSISTANTS. TT" \NTED, immediately, several Young Men, ‘for the hhawl, Silk, and Departments None but capcrionccd hands will ,t -„ f f , reS^„ W reference, &e.. 41, Uigh-.treet, Belfast, for P. KELLY, Londonderey.
21 January 1856 - The Ulsterman - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TALBOT vcrtut TALBOT. Publwliod, 000 Shilling and Sixpwioe,' r pALBOT v. TALBOT. A Statement of Fact* 1. Thomas Paget, Kmj.

TALBOT vcrtut TALBOT. Publwliod, 000 Shilling and Sixpwioe,' r pALBOT v. TALBOT. A Statement of Fact* 1. Thomas Paget, Kmj.

Price Four Shillings, ECCLESIASTICAL COURTS.—A Report of Ibc Jiidg- J ment of Dr. Uidclilfo the caw ol Talbot v. Talbot, wiili full citation* from the Evidence and Obeerration* on the Practice the Kcclojianical Court*, Johb Paoet, Esq., Barribter at* Law. Price One Shilling, Tal
21 January 1856 - The Ulsterman - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
mioNs op tiik rß««f*.

mioNs op tiik rß««f*.

•• reader, vre presume, can have pernaed pampltlels Mr. Paget without rising from them convinced that the stories respecting Mrs. Talbot's conduct were absolutely without foundation.”—7Vi« header of July 21. u Wo have led into these rellection* the perusal of pamphlet published
21 January 1856 - The Ulsterman - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
nsulted the Union Jack regular fight,” says the San Francisco Herald, “-took place over the British flag ; and in

nsulted the Union Jack regular fight,” says the San Francisco Herald, “-took place over the British flag ; and in

tiio general scrimmage it was torn into stripes, amid the wildest and most indescribable sort of excifcomcnt. Yet was this not enough to satisfy the Americans: —“worse remained behind by the row at the dinner, they proved their hatred of England—it was. now their turn to show th
21 January 1856 - The Ulsterman - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
xm, .JI STEBMAN, BELFAST, MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 1850.

xm, .JI STEBMAN, BELFAST, MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 1850.

.JI STEBMAN, BELFAST, MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 1850. THE WAR ASIA Iv the spring of 185S, when the attentiun of the pu ) lie was engrossed the sufferings of our brave soldiers in the Crimea, and when all thinhmg men were eagerly devising cspe.lii nts foe the prevention of such sufferin
21 January 1856 - The Ulsterman - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland