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THE ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE

THE ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE

Compriainir Drawing-room, Parlour, Hall, Bedchamber, and Easy Chair* ; Dinner, Break£at, Loo, Work, Toilet and Hall Table* ; a Grand Piano Forte, by Col lard and Collard” (in handsome Zebra Wood Case) Music Stool and Waggon; Pier Cabinet Sideboard and Sofas; Brussels and Turkey
26 January 1856 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CRIMEA.

THE CRIMEA.

it ■gain That the . -hhpering ,lr nmongst thcmwlvc. l, Duke of Cnmbri.lftc row ravmg that ni» rntmon at Paris was ended, and that had only to taka leave of the Emperor and start that evening for Eouis Napoleon insisted that his should remain tliree or four days. to Prince Napole
25 January 1856 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TEMPERANCE IN KILLARNEY.

TEMPERANCE IN KILLARNEY.

About members of the Assembly Room Temperance? sat down to tea Sunday evening, at thcr room {pro tew] in the Ncw-street. After tea they were addressed in an excellent, highly instructive, and interesting discourse tlicir esteemed secretary. Mr. James Coffee, to tin* many incalcu
25 January 1856 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
FRENCH CORN MARKETS,

FRENCH CORN MARKETS,

The antic’pations of peico hare camel a fall in the price of wheal France ami of *if. 3f. per hectolitre. In Paris flour has declined 4f. to sf. pv.*r sack. THE RUGELEY FORGERIES. Padtcick v. Painter. Monday.—This was an action brought Mr. against Mrs. Palmer, of Rugeley, to rec
22 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN PROTESTANT ASSOCIATION.

DUBLIN PROTESTANT ASSOCIATION.

The weekly meeting of this association was held yesterday evening—Mr. Benson in the chair. The meeting having boon opened with prayer, a-.d the minutes signed, Mr. John Martin read the following letter from the Rev. W. Brock, whom said would remembered as the gentleman who had t
22 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VtVtt^tT.

VtVtt^tT.

PRINTING BUSINESS. TWO Lads of good Education will taken as Ap. prentices, and Liberally Treated wiln, by ap_ pljingt ° JAMES PARKS. 25th January, 1856. WANTED A COOK AND THOROUGH SERV ANT, with good Testimonials, Apply at the Office of this Paper. DUNDALK UNION. Notice of Rates
26 January 1856 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
UNSTAMPED

UNSTAMPED

V , ... o 0 3 Single Paper. ~ . Parlies desiring to supplied Paper mill please signify their that effect. PRICES IRISH STOCKS—Thorsdat.^ per cenl consol... per cent stock * 218 Bank Slock per cent pipe mater do.,new j!- * Dundalk and Enniskillen....... Midland Great Western and
26 January 1856 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
applied superseded on the score of ill-beelth, and tlmt lie will succeeded by Kear Admiral! bir Michael Seymour. K C

applied superseded on the score of ill-beelth, and tlmt lie will succeeded by Kear Admiral! bir Michael Seymour. K C

B. „ Kesr Admiral of the Wl.ite,Henry WlUism Bruce, to be Rear Admiral of the Red. .. Hear Admirsl of the Blue. Henry Byam Martin. K C B. be Rear Admire) of the W bite. Captain John George Cavendish to lleor Ad. mirai the Reserved List. Captain Charles Talbot to be Rear Admiral
26 January 1856 - Newry Examiner and Louth Advertiser - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
281 bs. OF BREAD OUT OF I4lbs. OF FLOUR.

281 bs. OF BREAD OUT OF I4lbs. OF FLOUR.

See Wedlake's book on making bread home. I*. per poet. MILLS FROM £3. YOU can keen Horse for Is. per day. Oat Crush* era. Chaff Cutters, from £3. Book on Feeding Horses, Is. 118, Frenehurch Street, London. STEPHENS’ WRITING AND INKS.- Th. OH.in.l Bln, Black Writin, Eluirl, with
22 January 1856 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
Uodfr the Petronege of

Uodfr the Petronege of

"THE BIGHT BEV. DB. MDBPUT, BISHOP OF CLOTNE. ON January 7th. the Chriitmse Vacation will tpnninata and atodies will be returned in the abore liutitnte The F/dncational Courtecouipritet the ntual brancnet of Eneiith and Foreign Literature—the French, Italian and German Langnagea
22 January 1856 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland