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UNDER ROYAL PATRONAGE.

UNDER ROYAL PATRONAGE.

PERFECT FREEDOM of COUGHS in TEN MINUTES after use, and INSTANT RELIEF and a RAPID CURE ASTHMA, CONSUMPTION, COLDS, COUGHS, and all Disorders of the BREATH and LUNGS, are Insured by
10 May 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MATlOtf

THE MATlOtf

THE ® ero (cheers), and, standing by his side, the poor little Simpsons were dwarfed to such puny dimensions to be scarcely visible (loud laughter). His was as brave a heart as ever beat in human bosom, and had not been for Lord Stratford de Bedcliffe, he would have been the savi
10 May 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATION*

THE NATION*

him no pre-eminence but that which was due to his own energy and genius. And what have been the results of your energy and genius since you first announced yourself as the purchaser of the coat and cocked hat? Your recommendation’ was the good opinion of the friend and honest pu
10 May 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
592 ROYAL AUSTRALIAN MAILS. BATES of and upward*. j~ rpHE BLACK BALL” Clipper Packet^ X carrying Her Majesty’s Mails and

592 ROYAL AUSTRALIAN MAILS. BATES of and upward*. j~ rpHE BLACK BALL” Clipper Packet^ X carrying Her Majesty’s Mails and

Pa*_ Sail for MELBOURNE punctually the sth or EACH MONTH. ROYAL M AIL PACKET of the 3th JUNE. THE SPLENDID CLIPPER SHIP “SALD A NHA,” Captain W. H. WATTS, 1,563 Tons Register, 3,000 Tons Burthen. This Ship has made one successful passage to and from Australia, sines which she ha
10 May 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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10 May 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF LORDS—Thursday.

HOUSE OF LORDS—Thursday.

HOUSE OF LORDS— Thursday. The House of Lords met Thursday at 2 o’clock, to present tire Address of congratulation on the conclusion of peace. There were present—the Lord Chancellor, toe Karls of Ellesmere and Glenelg (the mover and seconder), Lord Ashburton, and the Bishop of Lim
10 May 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HAKTSHI-S.iRAI

HAKTSHI-S.iRAI

The Morning has letter from s Crimean corre po .dent dated April 14. ile writes • The town, or rather enormous village Baktshi- situated v«ui- y between high bills, little §op«r;or the its o* the nj;h-f.ire» of Gallipoli. It consists incipallr of hst appears to be an endless str
10 May 1856 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
THINGS I SHOULD LKvK i'O SEK

THINGS I SHOULD LKvK i'O SEK

THINGS I SHOULD i'O A buol-in.»ker was not *f Pan*.’ A gentleman who not selr'-cOHStiluteJ lor o* bonMet-liuings. A n* ». how treat soever las hurry, who not stop auk!e» climb i.i and ut o-nmbuses, A male nan diroreed from his cane w‘io do with Ins hands. u«a » rtlio could Id u n
10 May 1856 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
DRESS. Jtt.

DRESS. Jtt.

Go TO KING AND COMPANY’S, ORAFTOX-STHEET, For New and beautiful Styles Waistcoats, Cheap and Fashionable Trowaerx, and for Good and useful Garments every kind, Including Mm Celebrated Raphael Paletot for One Guinea. KING AND COMPANY, GRAFTON-STREET. A vacancy occurs fur respecta
14 May 1856 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
T.ic. ,nlr.nc. To clo« It mlo. o’doA, U.J « h £°°ztz“ -«««“ i r«ce, or r.ioß. (BY ELECTRIC.) THE EAST.

T.ic. ,nlr.nc. To clo« It mlo. o’doA, U.J « h £°°ztz“ -«««“ i r«ce, or r.ioß. (BY ELECTRIC.) THE EAST.

Th. Cup U 9sl 101 b. ulluwt-d to •■■urv. .ud lwo .nJ » lulf. A wiener of > «»«»• 71b extra; mor«. 7tb extra. A winner a J . , . ,f*<h. Penalties T.mir; rut., 1000, .llowjd o.b all 111,” T^'b aliow.'noa .oco.uiuntu ar- 4r^, > u.tller, J fcmihr^ntriedjt {vnmaX AiUtrc»«, » jrs (cla
14 May 1856 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland