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CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

c ( R R EspON) l' Ny. l. MR. IITCIICOC(K AND TITE ,NTRIM TOWN COMIAIM ISSIONE itS. TO THIE ED)t'l'OIT OF Thill IIEL'AS'T Nlt;VS-Tr'FR. Smn-l amia .ain necossitated to toable veu witi h a brie'0fcoruabllictioli 'i )11 our Antrimi all'airi. Ihei letter of' 3r.. f litchcoek, %Vlicli
24 January 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
p«r ROWDANDB* KALTDOR,

p«r ROWDANDB* KALTDOR,

For Skin and Complexion, U unequalled for its rare and inestimable qualities, the radiant bloom it imparts the Cheek, the softness and delicacy which it induces of the Handi and Arras, its capabilit) of soothing Irritation, and removing Cutaneous Defects, Discolorations, and all
24 January 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PEACE ITS EFFECTS ABROAD. If the negociations which are ponding eventuate in Peace, of which ore hopeful, although there are

PEACE ITS EFFECTS ABROAD. If the negociations which are ponding eventuate in Peace, of which ore hopeful, although there are

some matters still involved in much obscurity, it will effect a great change in tho condition of tho countries bounding the Black Sea, and it will also open field for great improvements in Turkcy-in-Asia and Circassia. Austria, which is exclusively an inland power, and which has
24 January 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PARIS COUNCIL OF WAR.

THE PARIS COUNCIL OF WAR.

of Cambridge, General la Marmora, Ocn. Sir 11. Jones, and Admirals Lyons and have arrived in town, their rotura from the Coun-. til of War. feel much pleasure in extracting the following notice from the Armagh Guardian, respecting our fellow citizen, Frederick O. Evelyn, Esq. .
24 January 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
SP.COND LVCTURB.

SP.COND LVCTURB.

The Lecturer commenced with further reference tho division of labour, with special allusion to International Trade. Tho views tho freedom of national interchango were original and powerful. Replying to Alison, who predicted tho downfall of the empire as of free trade, Mr. Evelyn
24 January 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
Messrs. Harrison and Lewis, 14, New Roswell

Messrs. Harrison and Lewis, 14, New Roswell

Court. Lincoln’s Inn. SURVEYOR, George Morgan, Ksq., Architect, ACCOUNTANT. Perse Stack, Esq. rkcketary. Care No. 47,121.—“ .-•* Elkabeth Jacolie, of Vi carruro, Walthamrow, Herts: u cure of extreme nervouanett, indi-mHlion, galher'.ngs low spirits, and nervous fancies.” Cure No
24 January 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
KO MOBB FZZAB 808 AJTT OTHBB

KO MOBB FZZAB 808 AJTT OTHBB

KO MOBB FZZAB 808 OTHBB FOR INDIGESTION, (DYSPEPSIA), CONSTIPATION, NERVOUS, BILIOUS. AND LIVER COMPLAINTS. COUCH, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, CONSUMPTION, AND DEBILITY. T>U BARRY’S delicious ARABICA FOOT) I J waves times its cost in Medicine, and Cures the above complaints and their con
24 January 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
ZKONTHZiV HOPISS SALES,

ZKONTHZiV HOPISS SALES,

HOPISS SALES, RICHARD H. DYER, bogs lo inform the Nobility, Gentry, and Owners of Horses generally, that by repeated solicitations of influential indivituaK be has made arrangements to hold his First Moinhly Sale by Auction his Establishment on the Second Wednesday in February. ,
24 January 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
DYSPEPSIA AND LIVER COMPLAINTS.

DYSPEPSIA AND LIVER COMPLAINTS.

Nearly half the human race have taken these Pills. It haa been proved in all part* o< the world, that nothing has bten found equal to them In cues of disorder of the liver, dyspepsia, and stomach complaints generally. They soon give healthy tone to those organs, however much der
24 January 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE BATTLE OF KTLLIECRANKIE.

THE BATTLE OF KTLLIECRANKIE.

THE BATTLE KTLLIECRANKIE. The B»o«t import.iDt militiry in Athol wa* Blair Caatlc—a lofty tower of rude cturo, which conintaiidrd vale l»y the Garry. The wall* would offered very resist nice to baitoriug traiu, hut were quite xtrong enough to keep the herdsmen of the Grampians in
24 January 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland