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THE PEACE PROPOSALS.

THE PEACE PROPOSALS.

Faris, Sumdav.—Th« D«batt bus leading Artiele the orbM. It lets ttnguine than on the two previous days, and, qnoting the English journals, tgrers with them that caution is more than ever necessary against the wiles of Russian diplomacy. . Hkkuv. Jah. 20.—The participation of Rus
21 January 1856 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CRIMEA.

THE CRIMEA.

The following most satisfactory report has just reached us from distinguished officer now at Sebastopol “There cannot anything more cheering than the condition of our army here present,—well fed, well clothed, and in the highest spirits. The state every thing is moat satisfactor
21 January 1856 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IN THE COURT OF THE C INCUMBERED ES' COUNTY OF THE TOWN >MMI9SIONERS FOR SALE OF •ATBB IN IRELAND.

IN THE COURT OF THE C INCUMBERED ES' COUNTY OF THE TOWN >MMI9SIONERS FOR SALE OF •ATBB IN IRELAND.

IN THE COURT THE C INCUMBERED ES' COUNTY OF THE TOWN >MMI9SIONERS FOR SALE OF •ATBB IRELAND. MAYO.
21 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AND TOWN OP GALWAY.

AND TOWN OP GALWAY.

[n the Matter of the Commissioners KiUte of Mary Joyce and ! will, TUBBDAT. tbe other*, d*y of JANUARY. ISifi. Owner*; the boor Twel*e o'clock, at Monica Blak* and ethera, | Noon, at their Court. Henrletta- Pellllooera. J street, Dublin, SSLL BY PUBLIC AUCTION,In Three Lot*, (lo
21 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CATTLE MARKET—THIS DAY.

LONDON CATTLE MARKET—THIS DAY.

(nr MSOMBTIC TBLEOBSPiI.) The supply of beasts rooderale, and all kinds at 6d. per Blbs. lower. We had an extremely heavy sale for sheep, the prices of which were 2d. per Blbe. lower. Calves steady, and 2d. dearer. In pigs little done. THE COURT. Beasts Foreign Cows Sheep Foreig
21 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RUSSIA AND NORWAY,

RUSSIA AND NORWAY,

The Nord puts forward explanation of Russian proceedings in the North. The recent closing of the frontier (in 1840) is represented as simply measure dictated by the difficulty of arranging the reciprocal rights of Russia and Sweden. “The chief difficulty was the question of deci
21 January 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SHORT, IF NOT SWEET.

SHORT, IF NOT SWEET.

What next ?” and ” What next ?” are the questions of Shoddy, And Punch begs to answer the petulant body: First, give his friend Russia a merciless hiding, And, next, kick a Sneak out of Yorkshire’s West Riding.
21 January 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CRIMEA.

THE CRIMEA.

The Ganges nn-ived at Maraeillee thie morning with advicee from Constantinople 17th, and the Crimea the Bth. A ship called the Superb bee gone down in the Black Sea with the whole of the crew, transport Ttlavere bed alio gone down in the Son ol ; the crow oaved. An attack Kcitcb
21 January 1856 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
CJKOWING FEKLINO IN ENGLAND IN FAVOR

CJKOWING FEKLINO IN ENGLAND IN FAVOR

of tenant bioht." For some time past this has been a subject comparitivcly but little discussed. The less ainguine but more indifferent, indeed, might have fancied it to have died out. Never could there have been a more mistaken notion. Never, perhaps, has question less forced,
21 January 1856 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
ENGLISH AND EBISH MARKETS.

ENGLISH AND EBISH MARKETS.

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGS—Jan. Tho Public Securities, alit-r excitement during «rHicb CoMsols rose Three |>er Cent., opened this morning languidly, and at decline of Onc-half per Cent, on tlic closing prices of yesterday. , *
21 January 1856 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland