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THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

THE CATROLICCHURcH. ! . . . ~ - OTATUTE15 OF THE LVIOSCSE Of ARX.AtG-.rQ Wed- joesday and Thursday next the Lord Primate will moet the clergy of this diocese in the city of Armnagh, when the necessary steps will be taken topromulgate the statates idopted at te late Synod of Drogh
06 May 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EM3E I 13tf IN NE

EM3E I 13tf IN NE

I IN NE At th« offictf df the at Governor* of the AlnM'Hoate. *ay ode earioM in the ttelittidi id this nuy, e*th« writer h«S done, ins pert the jarebile regia,- ter* of Khode Island and learn the astounding fart that, for a aerie* of yean past, about thousand Irish ehi.dren base
03 May 1856 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
TO I_ET. , IN UNION VI-ACB, A Uklc A«0 t»»ieilßt Ntßti . ATELT rot very food ropnir. wiih <-o«oh. |

TO I_ET. , IN UNION VI-ACB, A Uklc A«0 t»»ieilßt Ntßti . ATELT rot very food ropnir. wiih <-o«oh. |

Pump, &ad Lirf* Uardia, •«!! Crvpptd aonoied. APPLY TO lr. ittilil M»IIt, Union St»k«t j on, Fnmnniu. CottAob. NO t 10 E CotJaTr or Slim Wit. PURSUANT TO THE AND WN. Cap. lit. See. 5, PrerrntDOnt Stations, for lb* porpoao of takinf into consideration Appliesliona for PnUlie Work
03 May 1856 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
SUMMER GOODS FANCY SPRING GOODS

SUMMER GOODS FANCY SPRING GOODS

IMPORTANT! NEW ARRIVALS!! NEW ARRIVALS!II WHOLESALE SPIRIT,' GROCERY! & GENERAL WAREHOUSE. NOS: «&- 10, HIGH STREET, (DtHEdTLY OPPOSITE THE NEW ABBEY) THE PROPRIETOR »0 intimate { aNan>erou» and the Public, thei be ia now receieio hi. Exlen»iee Slock of Goode, aelocied Personall
03 May 1856 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
EPISTOLARY KLOQUSNC2.

EPISTOLARY KLOQUSNC2.

Of two next-door neighbour*, living in the suburb*, one hits violent passion for .epistolary eloou'iiice. While he was raining crop of o to, bis right-hand neighbour, it seems was cultivating a brood of chickens. Both grew ; and when the grain ripened, the piratical poultry, ign
03 May 1856 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
NSSIONER-S FOR THE SALE OF ATKS IN IRELAND.

NSSIONER-S FOR THE SALE OF ATKS IN IRELAND.

TIIK Commissioners «iIL TUESDAY, the Cih day MAY next, at the hour Twelve o'clock, »t noon, their Coart, llonrlett* Dublin. SELL I'URLK AUCTION, the K.c- Simple. Freehold end other Properties, slitutte In an>l near the town of Athlone, and COUNTY ntnirkN Uulhlinir ITota.
02 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
kings couvn

kings couvn

kings l\ Till "I THE <-<tMMIs>|.iNEI!S EMi: THE SAI.E INCUMBERED ESTATES IN IRELAND SALE on FRIDAY, the 9th «Uy MAY. IAW. In the Matter of the, Commissioners Estate <tf Sir Win. Cox, Ent., * will.cm FRIDAY next, the 9th Owner ' day of MAY. 18-V;. their Court, and Henrietta-street
02 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
lISSIONF.RS FOR SALE OF kTES IN IUELANI).

lISSIONF.RS FOR SALE OF kTES IN IUELANI).

lISSIONF.RS FOR SALE OF IN IUELANI). THE Commissioners will, on THURSDAY, the Sth day of MAY. I««6, at the hour Twelve o'clock, at noon. Dahlia. SELL by PI BUC AUCTION, jiart of the lan.ls of KlUowen, situate In baron) of Oorev. and COUNTY OK WENKOfiI). containing Acre* and Perch
02 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROCLAMATION OF PEACE. THIS DAY,

PROCLAMATION OF PEACE. THIS DAY,

The event which, during the past week, has been looked forward to with some feeling of cariosity by the citixeos of Dublin, took place this day. Peace was proclaimed with all the pomp and show which the State could bring into requisition to stimulate the feelings of the friendly
02 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS.

DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS.

The lands Templccarrtg are situate between the villages of Bray and Greystones. in the county of Wicklow, within two miles of the former and one of the latter, and two the Interesting village of Delgany. The lands consist chiefly deep clayey arable, with a sufficient onion of me
07 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland