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THE COAST DEYJEIWEP,

THE COAST DEYJEIWEP,

Boring the few d»jr»' poHjr ofooglj noen hot been engaged making ngryey the port of Kingstown, preparatory, *t appears, to potting the place in * sUln of defenpa. intended erect fort on thn east pwr, which is to be mounted «Ub fit* gun I calibre (32-ponndert,) and aeeammodallen
17 May 1856 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
SALKS KSTATIOS. IN Tin: COURT Till: COMMISSIONERS FOR SALK OF INCUMRKKKI) ESTATES IN IRELAND. COUNTIES OF Dl RUN AM) KILDARE.

SALKS KSTATIOS. IN Tin: COURT Till: COMMISSIONERS FOR SALK OF INCUMRKKKI) ESTATES IN IRELAND. COUNTIES OF Dl RUN AM) KILDARE.

SALK ON TUESDAY, Till 27tii DAY MAY, 18.ML llu* .Mutter llic Kstate irailll-: COMMISSIONERS will, TUESDAY, AliT It l It \V 11,1, 1 M Slt K, X the 2711 i liny of MAY, 1856, the hour of btcyeii Continueii the Names .Mm Aubrey Whilecombe, 1 o'Cloek. a.m.. at their Court, Heuruata-H
15 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The said head rent, &e., of d.'l'J 18s. 10d.. and also sum of 19s. Id. quit rent, of the entire

The said head rent, &e., of d.'l'J 18s. 10d.. and also sum of 19s. Id. quit rent, of the entire

Estate, will be charged exclusively on Eot No. 2. in exoneration of the other lots, which will, consequently, held rent free. Dated this 29th day of Ajiril, 1856. LOCKE, Auction Clerk.
15 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING POST, THURSDAY. MAY 15, 1856

THE DUBLIN EVENING POST, THURSDAY. MAY 15, 1856

LONGFORD ELECTION. The election for repreaentativc the room ot t i Richard Maxwell Fox, Esq., was held in the court-house, Longford, on Tuesday. ... , .«• i,.i 11l a few minutes past ten o'clock the High • ier » Bond, Esq., attended his deputy, Hugh Morrow, - tered court. George
15 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORPORATION.

THE CORPORATION.

An adjourned meeting of the corporation was held yesterday at the City Hull, the Loiti> Mavou in the chair. After some conversation on the subject of the bill now before parliament for preventing intrumural interments, some of the clauses of which were objected to, the following
10 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC CHURCH.

CATHOLIC CHURCH.

Limerick Young Men’s Society—Cardinal Wiseman.— The Rev. Mr. O’Farrell has received the following letter from his Eminence the Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster;— Rev. dear Sir —l thank you sincerely for the Report, with his Grace the Archbishop of Armagh’s letter on the Young
10 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY ESTIMATES.

THE ARMY ESTIMATES.

Already substantial indications of the blessings of peace are being afforded to us in the Estimates. The revised Estimates foj the Army, published a few days since, showed a reduction from the amount of the original estimate of something like Fourteen Millions. A revised Navy Es
10 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
o> rf- P* EDWARD and ANTH( Agents for the Comi GOVERNMENT STOCK AND DEI M DAME-STREET. is. INY FOX, fiany.

o> rf- P* EDWARD and ANTH( Agents for the Comi GOVERNMENT STOCK AND DEI M DAME-STREET. is. INY FOX, fiany.

IENTURE OFFICE, STOMACH and BOWEL COMPLAINTS proceed from the accumulation of vitiated humours.—- These arc effectually removed by the use of Kaye a Worsdem/s Pills, which speedily carry off all useless matter, and prevent the pain and injury which would otherwise result.—Mr. T.
31 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SIGHT AND HEARING.

SIGHT AND HEARING.

Mr S' SOLO M O N S PRACTICAL AND CONSULTING O^Cl^fS-OF^TACLES, LONDON, Who has visited Ireland professionally for 31 years beg. to «iio”nce that in order to n.«t the extensive and still increasing demand for his celebrated Inventions, he will remain in this city for short period
31 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MONEY MARKET.

THE MONEY MARKET.

London Thursday.— The Bank of England Directors, at their weekly meeting, reduced their minimum rate of six to five per cent. In many quarters this announcement has been received with some degree surprise, for, although it was universally recognised that the tendency of the rate
31 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland