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gEA T ofI5RBECCA ISAACS for a limited period. VENING (Monday), January 28th, the oOD TilCs rill commence with a now Electro-Biological Burloqule, written expressly for Miss Isascs, entitled ALONZO TUE BRAVE AND THE FAIR IMOGENE. AlOrzO the Jrave, Miss esaacs; Phizeomico, Mr Vaudr
28 January 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTHS. January 25, In Mountjoy-square, the wife of Thomas Baker, Esq, of a son. January 20, at Stephen s-greet2, the wife of W. P. Smith, Esq, of a daughter. January 24, at Moanroo House, county Kilkenny, the lady of Wmn. Darcy, Esq. of a daughter. January 20, at Brilcetatown, c
28 January 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A RUSSIAN VIEW OF RUSSIA'S SUBMISSION.

A RUSSIAN VIEW OF RUSSIA'S SUBMISSION.

A PlUSSIA?. VIEW OF RUSSIA'S SUB- MISSION. Tim- Yor'd publishes the followvilg artillc:-(' Will it still be pretended thit RUEsia is ?? I tmake-bato' of Europo; thilt it is Russia tbat vislted for war? It is scarcely f'orty-eight hours shice thlat we ;iaid thiat Russia, ?? to the
24 January 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BARON SEEBACH AND THE CZAR.

BARON SEEBACH AND THE CZAR.

BARON SEE13ACHI AND THE CZAR. A PARIs letter in the Indopelmmlance Belge contains the following:- Although the resultM, Seebach had ill view in his visit to St. Petersbuiarg is now in a good way of being reliased, some details respectingr this diplomatist's interview with the Emi
24 January 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

T~ WAR. The following appeaed- in our 'Second Edition of yesterday:- THE PBINCIPALITIES. MAnSExLLEs, THUBSDAY.-The Thabor brings news from Constantinople to the 14th. There has been a serious col- lision at Giurgevo between the Anstrians and the Turks.- The news received at Marse
26 January 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PEACE PROPOSITIONS.

THE PEACE PROPOSITIONS.

| , . .. . .. . . .. . ?? (Qrom the Morning Advertiser.) The clubs, and the West-end generally, were last night rife with rumoars of every conceivable variety. Among those which were most current was one to the effect that Lord Palmerston and Lord Clarendon contemplated resignin
22 January 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FATAL AND DISTRESSING ACCIDENT.

FATAL AND DISTRESSING ACCIDENT.

On Monday a most afflictin* accident, tho fatal consequencos of which hate planned « moat estimable clergyman, the Her. Mr. St. George, rector St. Paul a parish. In th s city, and hi) family, m-o profound grief, occurred the I.ittle Island, where the reverend gentleman has resid
26 January 1856 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
WHY ARE WE SICK ?

WHY ARE WE SICK ?

¥T has been the lot cf Hie human race A ',e down (»y am; sufforiog, iIOLLOWAY'S FILLS •fecirU' «dipi®l ief id I tie WEAK, rhe NERVOUS, h: DELICATE, .-.nil Hie INFIRM, of ell uiiin'.", ages •■’Xe.*, » tllutioi a. Holloway |ie nilly supurioteiuls lh e .u--ihciure his mod ’a, oT-rs
26 January 1856 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
•t {Noe. 1 to 7). marked X on head rent

•t {Noe. 1 to 7). marked X on head rent

Hoorn and prtmlMw)
25 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Th« Rueot th« nMOLCT*.”—Tbit which wa* r>n«* of the three ahipe »ent out io 1850 in tecrob of Sir John

Th« Rueot th« nMOLCT*.”—Tbit which wa* r>n«* of the three ahipe »ent out io 1850 in tecrob of Sir John

Franklin and part*, aod which was abandoned in 1853, Sir Edward Belcher, io Wellington Channel, io about let. 76, long. 94. hae been recovered, after drifting 1,000 miles, aod taken into New London, United States, by Captain Buddington, of the whaling barqoe George Henry, belong
25 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland