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LICENSED VICTUALLERS' DEFENCE LEAGUE.

LICENSED VICTUALLERS' DEFENCE LEAGUE.

I A meeting of licensed victuallers of the metropolis, and So delegates from provincial societies of licensed victuallere, was the held last week, at the offices of the Metropolitan and Pro- be, vincial Licensed Victuatlers' uatual Defence Association, ruf 104 Fleet-streat, Londo
30 January 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
o«r. 18JS. JOHN LOCKS. Auction Clerk WILLIAM M.M'CAT, Solicitor, hiring carriage of the Sale, 39, Wcat land -row.

o«r. 18JS. JOHN LOCKS. Auction Clerk WILLIAM M.M'CAT, Solicitor, hiring carriage of the Sale, 39, Wcat land -row.

o«r. 18JS. JOHN LOCKS. Auction Clerk WILLIAM M.M'CAT, Solicitor, hiring carriage the Sale, 39, Wcat land -row. 14tb <Uy of
30 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
>ASTLKDAWSON collkgiate and MILITARY SCHOOL, 2, Ago*. JAMES -LPLACB. MERHION-AVENUB. BLACKKOCK. DUBLIN. Mr. HURRBLL —Es-Sebolar of si. John’s Collsga, Cambridge.

>ASTLKDAWSON collkgiate and MILITARY SCHOOL, 2, Ago*. JAMES -LPLACB. MERHION-AVENUB. BLACKKOCK. DUBLIN. Mr. HURRBLL —Es-Sebolar of si. John’s Collsga, Cambridge.

Mr. BARNES. Seholsr (B«9 s*r), TCI).. Ist* Head Master at Rev. U. Flyno’e, First Classical Master. Mr. COUCHS. First WHtinc. Ki.ftHab. Commsrelsl Mr. UURRRLL h*» lh« »bo*« »«rf prs•iiust« In « nont hnslthr lo'-illlf, within ailnatM' walk the arid Railway Station. Thera la a anpa
30 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CAL PRESS

CAL PRESS

[Jan. SO. catlin into the wound, and bringing the point out at the inner edge of the deltoid, and forming the external flap. The head of the bone was then removed, and the arm detached in the formation of the internal flap. The different arteries were secured, and the flaps brou
30 January 1856 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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30 January 1856 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
3ed largely in tvery description of CASSIMKRES.

3ed largely in tvery description of CASSIMKRES.

ed largely tvery description of CASSIMKRES. DOESKINS, SATAUAS, DEEUSKIKS, MOHAIRS, SIBERIAN CLOTHS. TWEEDS, offer to the Public advantage! rarely to found elecu-kcre. THOMAS M‘CANN.
30 January 1856 - The Ulsterman - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
In the Ma ter of the

In the Ma ter of the

rpRUST ESTATE JANE MURPHY. To be Sold bjr Auction, ott WEDNESDAY, Jananrr 80th, 1856, »t No 81, LOWER GEORGE’S-STKEET. KINGSTOWN, order of the Trustee*, the Interest in the Lease of the nbove Retail Licensed Establishment, in which a first-rate Trade has been carried on, and whi
30 January 1856 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ADVERTISEMENT TO INCUMBRANCERS.

ADVERTISEMENT TO INCUMBRANCERS.

UnderJ'The Court of Chancery (Ireland) Regulation Act, Section 15. In the Matter of SAMUEL DAVIS, Petitioner; SARAH WILLIAMS, Administratrix of THOMAS BECK WICK WILLIAMS, Respondent. PURSUANT the Order bearing date the 9lh day of January, 1850, require all persons having or incu
30 January 1856 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

New York, Jan. 15.—Money has been rather scarce, and the rates of interest still rule high. There is little doing in exchanges. London bills are quoted 107} to 108$. Bread stuffs are heavy, at a decline of 50 cents per bushel wheat. The Nea York Herald says :—“ The Atlantic's ne
30 January 1856 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
'l'«B RUOEI.EY POISONING CASK,

'l'«B RUOEI.EY POISONING CASK,

An early hour on Friday morning the body of Mr. John Parsons Cook, on the charge of murdering whom Palmer was first committed for trial, was eihumed, atod taken to the old church at Kugeiey, in that Dr. Monckton and Dr. and Mr. Bam ford, surgeon, might ekamine certain portions o
30 January 1856 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland