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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
 
VICEREGAL COURT.

VICEREGAL COURT.

HI, Excellency entertained the fallowing party at dinner the Castle Wednesday;—Ksrl Anneeley, Lord Lord Doffcrlo, Mr. and Louisa Tlghe, Mr. and Lady Fanny Howard Lord OtboFHsgerald. Mr. J. Prandegast, Scots Greys; Hon. Lieutenant-Colonel Crichton, Fermanagh Militia; Captain Butl
25 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE. TBINITF COLLEGE.

UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE. TBINITF COLLEGE.

acpvLEKBaTALUTa FOB tee hichaei.haa aiAioE paKaimah esami- AaTIOA —HILaEV TBEIf. 1858. Flr*t Claaa Web. C. Sparrow. (Tbomaa CargUl, Waltar Coulton Claaa—Chailea Tnrrall. (Franda Jamaa Hanrt, CbarU* H Bannlnt—aQoa!). Samuel F- Klren, Mr. John Nottall Ryod. Third ClEßa—Robert Alla
25 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WINTER CLOTHING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, OF FIRST RATE QUALITY, Selling Thirty per Cent, less than oi the Puffing Monster Shops.

WINTER CLOTHING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, OF FIRST RATE QUALITY, Selling Thirty per Cent, less than oi the Puffing Monster Shops.

FRANCIS M'CARTHY, 72, GRAND PARADE.
25 January 1856 - Cork Advertising Gazette - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
EX PORI 3.

EX PORI 3.

PORI 3. Bacon 32S bales Butter—9l7o firkins, kegs Bones 470 bags Candles 7‘io boxes Cattle 142 head Cordage. 45 bnles Eggs 78 boxes Feathers, 50 bales Flour 2-10 sacks Fowl boxes Fish—B boxes, 5 crates Hides ICO bundles [lams —19 casks, 8 hhds Indian corn .. qrs Lard —83 casks, k
25 January 1856 - Cork Advertising Gazette - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
POTATOES

POTATOES

lOFFKR FOR SALE TONS OF WHITE ROCK , of Prime Quality, ami Tons of JVPMULLENS, equally good, which will be delivered at the Railway Station, Richhill. WILLIAM BECK. Eichhill, Not. a2d, 1855.
25 January 1856 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY IN THE CRIMEA.

THE ARMY IN THE CRIMEA.

Camp before Sebastopol, Jan. 4. We have had a heavy snowstorm last night and this morning. The fall has ceased, but the snow lies se veral inches deep on the plateau. On the white surface the irregular collections of huts have something the appearance of groups of farm buildings
25 January 1856 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE COMING CONFERENCE.

THE COMING CONFERENCE.

It is said that M. De Momev will be the Plenipotentiary for France in the coming Conference, hut the Paris correspondent of the Times hopes that this is not true, as the count is not friendly towards England. Nothing is yet known respecting an armistice, or when and where the Co
25 January 1856 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland