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DUBLIN DAILY SHARE LIST—MONDAY, JAN. 21.

DUBLIN DAILY SHARE LIST—MONDAY, JAN. 21.

I DUIBIN DAILY SHARIE 1ST3-IONP.Ar, JAN,. 21. (Gand Canal Companl. £100 Pail .. 8. ]'atriotic Insurmnco .£10 paid ?? 8 A;illilig Company of Ir jland, X7 paid, ?? 13 x d Do , tbr Account. *3- X d On Saturday business c01InclIcC s at h llf-past 1 o'clock 'rio next a'cou t day for s
23 January 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST POLICE COURT—YESTERDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT—YESTERDAY.

BELFASI' POLICE COURT-YEsTrERIDAv. [Before Joux F. FERGUSON and J. CL.U11;1E, Esqrs.1 Ann Jano Campbell was chargel by Rachel Al,- Areavy, a dlealer in llallyinacarrett, under the fol- lowiting ?? prisoner came into the complainant's shop, asked for some potatoes, and laid down a
25 January 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TURNPIKE TOLLS TO BE LET.

TURNPIKE TOLLS TO BE LET.

To by ACCTION, No. 7. CASTLK PLACE. the Tow a of Bclf.mt, on FRIDAY, the Fobroary. the hour TWKLV’K o'clock Noon, The legal tolls, as at present fixed the Tnuteee, at ths several Toli-Gatea erected and being on the Tarupike from Hclf.i't to Antrim, and Kelfaat to the Copeland-Wa
24 January 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO I‘o It HES I*o NI) K N TB.

TO I‘o It HES I*o NI) K N TB.

TO I‘o I*o NI) K TB. r»n U»r« ..f What i*i-r to»n».|.-U f.-r liurrtiuß tou-t W l>jr thi‘ aJ.toxa. of U» wriUr. ■►..«.«<*. . for li. u. I-at KUiratilrv of hi. r.hkl faith, W. QMinot ■in.l. rtaltf t« Mura tvjMlcU . vßinuMinU.oiiS.
22 January 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARKETS

MARKETS

■KkEAST. Mo>bav, £l.—Boantun Maaacr —(rrsi's.—Uals, 7* Mto per ewt.; Oat meal. 14* 3ii to I I'd per do. ; Wheel, white. I '« «o l*e *d per de. 1 ErpireSfai.—PsSstßti.CTuar*. I».'W to prrcwt.i d.. . Hall,'xauteys. Tv to * per do.; Mallam. * W to 2* W p«r do.; do.. wbitr-rockr, Js
22 January 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AUSTRIA

AUSTRIA

Vits.NA. J*». 19.—The Vienna diplotnaliaU are still occupied in dtactunng the conditions the arunaticc is to concluded, but nothing is likely U» l*o dofinitely acttled until the prelimioarie* of |>cace, with the signature the Uunian Curcmnicnt attached them, have arrived from St
26 January 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
® •S U I* [• i, M SAT! i: I* AV. .1 NVA V MU'o.\ CRIME Camp, f'KßAvnjpoi., Jani I:

® •S U I* [• i, M SAT! i: I* AV. .1 NVA V MU'o.\ CRIME Camp, f'KßAvnjpoi., Jani I:

«an.j. Ijic iu iLe nut bc« event worthy of rccotj, n th. 11.0 Mil uibtaut. the MiuW, winch Cote •o«n« places upward* of foot tie rapidly ; now the <lt*appcorc ground. larj;o green potchea . f new terod, and many the earlier bullioui up. Should the wind vary to the scene will who
26 January 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MILITIA. —Jast completed, an Outfit for an Officer'a Room, one half the usual price. Left for sale, some second-hand articles

MILITIA. —Jast completed, an Outfit for an Officer'a Room, one half the usual price. Left for sale, some second-hand articles

of Barrack Furniture, GREGORY KANE’S, camp ppattrroaa pocTMerraao rracrcbib, 68. 69. and 70. DAMK-STREKT. i We respect tally cull the attention of the Nobility and Officers of the Army to the above superior article, which we have received from the Manufacturer. IU texture surpas
25 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Cook, young Woman, who has lived in England for four years; she understands her business all IU brachea—eoape, psatry. and

Cook, young Woman, who has lived in England for four years; she understands her business all IU brachea—eoape, psatry. and

all that belongs to her baslnaee; won*d to with or whhou’ kitchen maid j cun well recommended lady ahe lived with last; has no objection town or country.—Addrese M, . Kllcullen Povl-.ffloe, county Kildare.
25 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OUR ARMY IN THE CRIMEA-

OUR ARMY IN THE CRIMEA-

January 6.—The firing continues on both sides Sebastopol. The allies hare blown up two of the docks. The Russians are taking up their winter quarters at Simpberophol and Bakschi* Serai. The news from Kinbatu is to (he effoct that the Russians hud 30,000 Russians in echelon betwe
26 January 1856 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland