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THE KINO’S EVIL.

THE KINO’S EVIL.

MftCAulay gives vs rapid sketch of ancient Royal pra'-tice now long a» rogated. The ceremony of touching persons afflicted with scrofula had cornu down almost unaltered from the darkest of the dark ages th« time of Nuwton and I<ocke. The frequently dispensed the hcalitn; influen
31 January 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND) VARIIETTllfS. THE COURT. WINDSOR, MONDAY..-Prince Albert, attended by Colonel F. 11. Seymour, left, Windsor at nine o'clock this mornin, ?? visited Aldershot Camp. Tbo Prince returtued to the Castle at a quarter before fori. The following visitors arrived this aftern
31 January 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRIZES

THE PRIZES

Consist of Rare’and Valuable Engravings, Splendid Mahogany, Loo. and Ladies Work Tables; Beautiful Drawing Room Clocks, Hrunxo and Ormolu, warranted A variety of valuable MODERATOR LAMPS. Hall Globes, Sets Tea and Breakfast China, a great number of useful and Ornamental Articles
31 January 1856 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
COOK.

COOK.

RESPECTABLE Woman wants a Situation COOK, with or without Kitchen Maid. She lias lived in the most noble families of Ireland, and can be well Recommended. and has the best of testimonials. The Advertiser is of the Established Church, and can be heard of No. 23, Half Moon-street,
31 January 1856 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FUNDS

THE FUNDS

London, Tuesday Two o’clock. —The publication of the Russian circular has not increase the hopes of the peace party on the Stock Exchange, and it has not materially affected the prices of public securities. The tone of the market is. however, shade less firm than it was yesterda
31 January 1856 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
AXGLESEA BRIDGE—THE NEW WALL.

AXGLESEA BRIDGE—THE NEW WALL.

We don’t sec any use insetting letters about the inconvenience resulting from the obstruction of this bridge. inconvenience universally felt, but how is it to b«* remedied? Until the repairs are effected, the public must content to suffer. We have a queer way, however, of doing
31 January 1856 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO TOE EDITOR OF THE CORK CONSTITUTION.

TO TOE EDITOR OF THE CORK CONSTITUTION.

Sir—Your having this morning reported the at the Road Sessions, held last Friday, whore Mr. Conner Sullivan, with bis usual attention to our interests, brought forward important questions in connexion with Bandon, and your readiness at all times to open yoar Columns for the publ
31 January 1856 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ATONEMENT.

ATONEMENT.

MR. JOWETT AND THE DOCTRINE OF THE •* We cannot fonn an adequate conception of the extent and variety the means employed in these latter days for the overthrow of the Gospel, unless take Into the account the more Insidious devices of the enemy raising up from among the very * ho
31 January 1856 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LUI.LINGA II UNION.

LUI.LINGA II UNION.

WANTED. au the he TIMIDAY, the Id. 71CHNUARY met. peened spat a compete* puma to SR the at SCHOOL r ASTlitt to the Waldrop, at a ef per together Med is coder the d the Beard Noticed sod partite the sitestioa to pecidoe 4 their teach to the system adopted by that Ay to elsroatou,
31 January 1856 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
SOUTH OF IRELAND ADVERTISER.

SOUTH OF IRELAND ADVERTISER.

SOUTH IRELAND ADVERTISER. IT IS THE DUTY OF THE PRESS TO MAINTAIN THE TRUTH—ITS MISSION IS TO INSTRUCT AND IMPROVE THE PEOPLE.’
31 January 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland