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THR FORBIDDRV \T THE PE^rp

THR FORBIDDRV \T THE PE^rp

THR \T THE rnr. »>«• I" »**• which •ffrrcc-1«1 the 'He CTCf» more th**’ the omlw'*!*** the the principle h*rt Irwn tlown »h*t. *« the ••r h»i! »Hccn from 'hr Inrwi'on ‘•‘nricr and t*»c *o her RnwHa. the •KonM he matt m harlny to porficnlar »ricrancr«. anr "ate the PlcnipotcnHaHm
10 May 1856 - Galway Vindicator, and Connaught Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
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lT »ln»1t fM»»r. «• OOUNTT OAI«WAT HUNT STEEPLECHASES. O'* Tuesda MA.7. 1356, OVER THE KVO COURSE, LOUGH REA.
14 May 1856 - Galway Vindicator, and Connaught Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING AND FISHING TACKLE,

SPORTING AND FISHING TACKLE,

FORGE RUTLEDGE’S, HIGH- TREET. DOUBLE AND ( L ' from 2s 61 to 20s. each; SALMON AND TROUT flies from u. ea. 6,. I FISHING TACKLE of aescriplion ; THOU *n - ,i .j, Fobruurj 16, 1553.
10 May 1856 - Galway Mercury, and Connaught Weekly Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
A SHOCKING OCCURRENCE AT STRABANE A Mat 7th, 1866.-Iti.wilh f,.ling. of th. mo,t r.iiiful description thst I convey to you

A SHOCKING OCCURRENCE AT STRABANE A Mat 7th, 1866.-Iti.wilh f,.ling. of th. mo,t r.iiiful description thst I convey to you

the chief incidents of « most melsncholy and distressing event which ha. taken place here. A benevolent institnlion, one of those which mark the improvement of human nature aud the spread of feeling institution for the instruction of deaf •nd< lu "'> children, was founded at Str
10 May 1856 - Galway Mercury, and Connaught Weekly Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
the GALWAY MERCERY. SATURDAY. MAY 10. Kiiockbarron Sleepto-ChW Races,

the GALWAY MERCERY. SATURDAY. MAY 10. Kiiockbarron Sleepto-ChW Races,

10 May 1856 - Galway Mercury, and Connaught Weekly Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
Browne anil Payne. ft ~ Clothiers to the Loril liiciitcaant. The Knlian llantte. '■pins graceful Garment, which his received arch

Browne anil Payne. ft ~ Clothiers to the Loril liiciitcaant. The Knlian llantte. '■pins graceful Garment, which his received arch

high favour " the hands of the Public since its introduction, seems to tu*« gradually taken its stand, and, fron its miny iritis* a Mantle, cannot over rated even in a Ivertis-m nr. Mmy of our Putruns consnlcnnl to, ultra when ftrat rntr.in «I—they me now dreatest supporters. Th
10 May 1856 - Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
Tricfteinar,

Tricfteinar,

Protoetcd by I loyal letters Patent of Enslaml. ami secared the Seals of the Ec-ile Pliannacie Paris, and the lui(>«iiai College of Medicine Vienna. TP.IESEMAR, No. I. IS remedy for Relaxation, Spermatorrhoea, and Jixhaastion of the system. TIiIKSEMAK, Xo. 2, Effectually the shor
10 May 1856 - Roscommon Journal, and Western Impartial Reporter - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
VOL VIII—NO. 846. gjplrtt the IRISH EVICTIONS. A brief, but exceedingly interesting, conversation took place, few nights since, in tbe

VOL VIII—NO. 846. gjplrtt the IRISH EVICTIONS. A brief, but exceedingly interesting, conversation took place, few nights since, in tbe

House of Commons, upon the subject of those wholesale and heartless evictions of tenantry, which, as we all know, are by means uncommon in Ireland, and to which great deal of the local misery and local crime which disfigure and degrade the country roust, unquestionably, attribut
10 May 1856 - Roscommon Messenger - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS.

TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS.

We tceuld request that our Correspondents favour with their Communications eai in tim uttk possible.
10 May 1856 - Roscommon Messenger - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
HOME VOICES.

HOME VOICES.

Coca again my steps Vave wandered Round my dear and cherished home; And the loved gentle voices gottly ray ears have come. ones of love and j--y and gladness, All unmixed with poin or grief; Oh, how could think of iadneta, When our joy must so brief Clouded wore the glorious hea
10 May 1856 - Roscommon Messenger - Roscommon, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland