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A\S\yERB TO CORRESPONDESTS.

A\S\yERB TO CORRESPONDESTS.

Answer the Charade, by Alpha,' which appeared ,lir last “Linen. Printed for the '.Proprietor, at 13 North Prince Kobext Mascall*CMAScasr, realding at 1 * .- Avenue; and Putdlshed at the Office, 64 Upper s a*4 strut • Sodat, Mat l*»*.
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
 
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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
 
WIT AND HUMOR.

WIT AND HUMOR.

loquacious lady once offered to bet her husband fifty dollars that she would not speak for a week. “Done!” said the delighted husband, staking the awnev, b the lady immediately put in her pocket observing very gravely that she would secure it until the wager was decided. “Why, m
04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KW SEEDS. 1856 EDWARD BOLDRIGHT, 69 NORTH KING STREET, DUBLIN, lias completed hi§ Stock of Garden Seeds for the Season,

KW SEEDS. 1856 EDWARD BOLDRIGHT, 69 NORTH KING STREET, DUBLIN, lias completed hi§ Stock of Garden Seeds for the Season,

all of which have been selected with the greatest care from the best growers in Kngland and Scotland, and which he can recommend with the greatest confidence. He wishes particularly to draw the attention of the Trade to his Stock of Farm Seeds, which generally large, and, to mee
04 May 1856 - Commercial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland