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CHAPTER VIII. THE PARTNERS IN THE MINUET.

CHAPTER VIII. THE PARTNERS IN THE MINUET.

CHAPTER VIII. THE PARTNERS THE MINUET. The conversation have just related occurred on Wednesday night. The following evening was dedicated to the minuet and the tableaux. Toward noon, levies of young ladies, accompanied by their beaux, gallantly prancing on noble steeds, began to
04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO OUR READERS AND THE PUBLIC

TO OUR READERS AND THE PUBLIC

CHEAP NEWSPAPERS—REDUCTION PRICE. To-day the Cohmekcial Joi i> preaented to the public a cheap form, and undera very aerioua conviction that the ay-e of hi-h-priced journals i. very rapidly paaaing away. The repeal of the newspaper stamp has compelled newspaper proprietors reach
04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AC y DEN IS AND OFFENCES.

AC y DEN IS AND OFFENCES.

A shocking trace j •« «tccurreil in the VT.icluae. (France). Two n, Bomieux and Audibert, some lime since were suitors for the hand of young woman, named JaufTret. She preferred the latter ; hut, at the itn*' tuition of her friends, marred the former. The marriage was not a happ
04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RUSSIA,

RUSSIA,

je * Government hare received forty thousand applicationa for passports for foreign coaotriet, three-fourthi of which arc for France. THE MINISTRY AM) THE KARS MOTION. The Daily News strengthen the dcfences enemy when the intention was to tlu.ni, is not unworthy recorded, as the
04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BENERAI INTELLIGENCE.

BENERAI INTELLIGENCE.

The Know-nothine* Nigger Worshippers have carried both branches of the Connecticut Legislature. At the conclusion of case of assault, heard the other day Sandwich, the Judge put some questions the foreman of the jnry, and then discovered that he was totally desf, and had not hea
04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
••Article 6.

••Article 6.

Their the<jnoen of the United Kanedom <>f Great liritaiu and Ireland, tht *rci the French, the Emperor of all the Kuaaias, the King of Sardinia, and the Sultan, grant a full and entire amne.-ty those of their subiectn who have been com promised bv any participation whatsoever in
04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHAPTER VII.

CHAPTER VII.

THE HAUNTED CHAMUEIt. were all sitting round the pleasant fire of sticks, which the cool October evening made far from unpleasant, and the conversation bad turned upon the subject of ghosts—from which it glided naturally the haunted chamber,” belonging to the Lodge, to all old c
04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CRAPTCB IX, THE UHOST AND THE RESULT.

CRAPTCB IX, THE UHOST AND THE RESULT.

I might have slept thus for nearly an hour, half stretched uj>on the old sofa, before the wood-fire, which gradually crumbled into gloom, when all once, a common phenomenon, eyes opened suddenly, and in an instant, without moving muscle, 1 had passed from sound sleep to the most
04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE INTEIUSEMCE

POLICE INTEIUSEMCE

HBAD-OrPICB Taa Forcf.kiks on thk Grkat Southern and Western Railway Company.— On Wednesday summonses were applied for and an issue the Head Pnlicc-cfflce, for the att« ndance of witnesses in additional forperils of transfers of st ek in this |company, alleged to have been perpe
04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETING AT LORD PALMERSTON’S

MEETING AT LORD PALMERSTON’S

hundred end four members of the* Lo'rrr lIoU'O were present sr Lord Palmerston's. The remier appealed ad mhericord mm to his adherents th ck and thin. He decl -red that he would not dissolve parliament—a to those who dread their constituents, and the amendment which would throw
04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland