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PORTABLE FURNITURE FOR BARRACK AND CAMP.

PORTABLE FURNITURE FOR BARRACK AND CAMP.

Gentlemen In about joining her Majesty's Service, are respectfully invited inspect our Extensive and varied Stock of PORTABLE FURNITURE, comprising a great variety Drawing-room Sulla. Beds, Drawer! Easy Chairs. Toilet Glosses. Wash-stands, Baths, and every other Article Furnitur
02 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OUR CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE.

OUR CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE.

It is known to the public that the principal murderer engaged the assassination of Miss Hinds has evaded the pursuit of justice. The evidence given at the trial the amenable parties established the guilt of Patrick Ban- also, so clearly that, had he then stood beside James McRPH
02 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BOOKS OF YORE.

BOOKS OF YORE.

It was Ills “luck,” as Mr. Georoe Bryan says of himself, to lie the highest caster in the raffle for Dr. Yore's Library. beat the Lord I.ikitenaxt by chalks, and left all the learned societies the land at immeasurable distance behind. But having gained the victory, he felt like
02 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WEEKLY PRICE CURRENT

WEEKLY PRICE CURRENT

• . 1 ihu. bv seeking introduce into in- ing Mete of things, but such cert.inly » not the op.mon of the nl-RI IN TRADERS' ALLIANCE. THE TREATY OF PEACE. i «,.h„ Buol although no, authorieed DLBLIN TRADEKw . | The aboTeinentioned he means ol which i* not provided few in bU iMtirM
02 May 1856 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FSrei Boot, IWeday, Second Day.

FSrei Boot, IWeday, Second Day.

Barroaetowa Handicap Sweepstakes of Two Sort each half forfeit, with aove added. Alt horses for this race entered with Mr. E. Navi* before o'clock, the evening pterion* to the race, weighted Stewards or those they may appoint. Aeceptonees one boar alter the weights are aeeerUiao
02 May 1856 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
REJOICINGS FOR PEACE IN LONDON.

REJOICINGS FOR PEACE IN LONDON.

I.oirnoir.TriaDiT. —An Exhibition of Arc-worka will take place on the 29tb of Hay. which w aUo sot sport for the celebration of her birth-day. Peace was proclaimed on Tursdsv. in front of Bt. James’s and ibc llojal Excbsngc, as well several intermediate places. PROCLAMATION OF P
02 May 1856 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PACIFIC MAILS.

THE PACIFIC MAILS.

Tbe following summary of Pseifto news brought Magdriens. The dates are, Valparaiso, 15 j Lima S7tb; Exeuador, 81st March. A fearful storm bad raged In the harbour of Valparaiso. Tbs shipping fortunately escaped serious damsge. Tbs floe iron mole of Corpero sod Garland was swept
02 May 1856 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SUM ASSURED'

THE SUM ASSURED'

PERIODS OF DIVISION EVERY FIVE YEARS. Every fraction of the preraiuraa received have been allowed to accumulate for 10 years. Expenses small without leaving one charge provisional or otherwise to be taken out of future premiums."— Vide Actuary's Report, 185 S. FIRE BRANCH. The R
02 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE PRINCE

THE PRINCE

g-, , VIRILE BE LET TO MARES WVmJfftt' A during the ensuing SEASON, BaLLYWOLLIN-HOUSE, on foUowing terms, Tla.:— A 1 for the Season, be paid on first sereins; or, £2 for foal; Groom’s Pee, in each oese, 2s 6d. PRINCE is got King of Trumps, bred by Mr. got Velocipede, brother to
02 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST TOWN COUNCIL.

BELFAST TOWN COUNCIL.

A uoabtebi. meeting of this body held yesterdays at twelro o’clock, in the Police-boildiogs. On the motion of Mr. CotEMis, seconded by Mr. Nelsoh, Mr. Hamilton was called the chair. The Town Cnana stated, that he had been requested apologise for the absence of the Mayor, who was
02 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland