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COMMERCIAL.

COMMERCIAL.

From Havanna sugar higher, and reofasaea searce. Freights New York for Liverpool moderate ; for other port* the shipments were light. In the New York money market enobanges on London were 109£ to HU. The cotton market improved, and price* were firmer ; and at New Orleans the cot
24 May 1856 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
I.AIE CHESTER CCP RACE.

I.AIE CHESTER CCP RACE.

The nett vehir of the stakes won l-y Mr. Parker's One Act «»» Lfitol ; the fortunate owner and friends •• lliroan.g in” for large at.ikra. Howard, owner et the second horse Yellow J .ck. it is reported, stood lipaauls of 12,0001. to •' nothing” him. and likewise backed the vinne
17 May 1856 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
LEW IS HEI NE KE T,

LEW IS HEI NE KE T,

"iciviibiii, 56. UPPER SACKVILLE-STREET. DUBLIN. II E WI N E TRAD E Rich Pale or Golden Sherry 26a. and 2«a. Very superior do. ... ... ••• ••• ••• "J*- First-class Pale. Golden, or Brown ... ... and 3ha. Pure Amontillado ... ... ... ••• Old Port, frci»h bottled Cmoted do. ... ..
09 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE ARMED.

FRANCE ARMED.

FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1856. Eager France and her Imperial Master have been to purchase peace any price, it appears that no intention is entertained of placing the armed force of the Grande Nation on peace establishment. That error is for the Cobden-fearing Government and Parliament of
09 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TIPPERARY JOINT .STOCK BANK.

THE TIPPERARY JOINT .STOCK BANK.

The judgment pronounced the Court of Exchequer on Wednesday last, which appeared in our paper of that evening, is of the utmost importance to all who are connected, either creditors or debtors, with that unfortunate concern, the Tipperary Bank. If we rightly understand the groun
09 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MUTINY IN THE ANGLO-GERMAN LEGION.

MUTINY IN THE ANGLO-GERMAN LEGION.

Symptoms of mutiny were exhibited yesterday the German Jagore at Plymouth. One company grounded their arras, and refused to do duty. They were marched to the citadel, and a guard of militia placed over them. Ball cartridge was served out to a body of marines. The drummers, with
09 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY-MA H KET 1 INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY-MA H KET 1 INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY-MA KET INTELLIGENCE. London, Tuesday, Twelve o’Ciah e. —The English funds continue firm and buoyant, at the Improved quotations of yesterday. The Money Market is gradually becoming easier, as the arrivals of gold from Australia are likely to lx* retained at the Bank. There
07 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CRIMF.A.

THE CRIMF.A.

The Carmel arrived at Marseilles this morning with advices from Constantinople to the 28th, and the Crimea 261h April. The Time* has received letters from the Crimea to the 21st. Kinhum has been evacuated. 000 French troops were expected to leave daring the week. \ number the Fr
07 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUPPRESSION.

SUPPRESSION.

Suicide uncommon crime Ireland, and especially among the lower class of the people. All the days of their appointed time they wait, whether they be tried with afflictions or maddened by oppression. Constitutionally hopeful and patient by habit, they rarely say die. until the ine
05 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TOE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL, MONDAY, MAY 5, 1856.

TOE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL, MONDAY, MAY 5, 1856.

n«cted with the conduct of the in Constantinople, «t end. What, then, had the government done for Ttirkey? What had they done in Asia? That, he thought, was a very lejfitiroate question for the House of Commons to discuss.' What had they done for Williams? [>id they assist him w
05 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland