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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
 
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04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETING AT LORD DERBY’S.

MEETING AT LORD DERBY’S.

A meeting of the C< ns rvattve members of the Hou-e of Commons took place on M<mdsy, at Lord Derby’s, St. James's-square. There were nearly 200 present. Lord Derby, in a truly able speech, urged the Conservative members of the house to he united in reference to Mr. Whiteside's m
04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHEAPEST AND Greatest Variety

CHEAPEST AND Greatest Variety

04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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
 
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04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SEASONABLE GARDENING

SEASONABLE GARDENING

It is gratifying enough to the amateur gardener to see everything he cultivates flourishing, and that this is the case pretty well all over the kingdom is certain. All the frosts and easterly winds have merely kept up a proper check on vegetation, and we have now simply to guard
04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WHKN WE WENT OUT A MAYING

WHKN WE WENT OUT A MAYING

WHKN WENT OUT A MAYING The May time comes nenin as blight, Young henrls fill with gladness Alas! to mine it only brings Uhl memories of sadness. It tells me of old times and friends. And fields where we were straying, In years that now arc past and pone. When went out a Maying. T
04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland