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A COMMONPLACE STORY. CHAPTER VI.

A COMMONPLACE STORY. CHAPTER VI.

too w on’t titds ?’* was confined bed for week, and to chamber for another, durincr which time saw the tender-hearted Caroline often, hut never except when the doctor or the nurse was in the room. She was as kind a human heine could he, and made a dozen little delicacies which s
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
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS—Fridxt, April 2j. Lord BROUGHAM presented a petition from the corporation ai.d inhabitants of Halifax, complaining

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS—Fridxt, April 2j. Lord BROUGHAM presented a petition from the corporation ai.d inhabitants of Halifax, complaining

of the grievances of married women by the existing state of the laws. A brief discussion took place with regard to secondary punishments. MABRIACE WITH DECEASED WIFE'S SISTER. The Earl of St. GERM ANS moved the second reading of this bill, to legalise marriages with deceased wif
04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ORIGINAL POETRY THE HERMIT.

ORIGINAL POETRY THE HERMIT.

•* Fsther. why your hair so grey The child to the Hermit said. Why you lire In this lonely spot. Ever stn >ng the dead Through the dark rocks at morn I drab, To say »t your knee a prayer— But down in the sunny plain below. Would we not prsy better there ? It to that would for al
04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
METALLIC FOIL. 6d. per Sheet. Can be put up with strong paste. PREPARED OIL PAPER, 18d. per Dozen- Manufacturer of

METALLIC FOIL. 6d. per Sheet. Can be put up with strong paste. PREPARED OIL PAPER, 18d. per Dozen- Manufacturer of

Room Papers. 4|d. per Dozen. SATINS, Isd. per Dozen. FLOCK AND GOLD PAPERS. Window Glass, Oils, Colours, and Brushes. SAMUEL LOWE. 8 HENRY STREET.
04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

the peace text. John Bull is anything but very heartily 'pleased with the text of the Treaty of Peace, the surreptitious publication of which by the Daily baa set all official Paris in ferment, and put the French detectives the ffu* vive discover the wretch who committed the ind
04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRINTING ! PRINTING ! ! PRINTING ! ! ! BUPERIOK WORK AND MODERATE CHARGES. Messrs. CHAMNEY & Co. beg respectfully

PRINTING ! PRINTING ! ! PRINTING ! ! ! BUPERIOK WORK AND MODERATE CHARGES. Messrs. CHAMNEY & Co. beg respectfully

to inform their friends and customers town and country that they are now prepared to print Shop Bills, Trade Circulars, Hand Bills, Placards, Law Forms, Rentals, and every other variety of JOB PRIXTIXG, the Neatest Style, and on terms fully per cent, below those of other Establi
04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UUMEBTIC HAPPINESS. TO THE BDITOR. Eocles'street, May, ISJ6. Sir—Th»f question which the deepen imporunce to the peace and happiness of

UUMEBTIC HAPPINESS. TO THE BDITOR. Eocles'street, May, ISJ6. Sir—Th»f question which the deepen imporunce to the peace and happiness of

every family in the land, is now, fortunately, receiving an unwontrd amount of public attention, par. ticularly in England and Wales, and in Scotland. refer to the great social question of the day, the Tem|H*rance A quarter of cemury ago. its seed was sown, it took root in the h
04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO CORHCSPON DENTS.

TO CORHCSPON DENTS.

tte impossible to acknowledge the mass oflettcrs receive. Their insertion often delayed, owing to press uf matter, and when omitted. frequently from reasons quite inde pendent of the merits the communication. cannot undertake to return communications of which do nut avail oursel
04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHAPTER X.

CHAPTER X.

A. LADY’S CONFESSION, I nid not leave quite soon. In fact, I now residing C , being a married man, and quite a ] h, vi;h every prospect of benefiliing grandchildren, this history. It was toward the end of our honeymoon that I said to Caroline one day;— *• Do you remember the gho
04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland