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Commercial Intelligence.

Commercial Intelligence.

dollowdal guldlipta. RELVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WERK. (From the Mark Lane Express of Monday.) Tna exclusively cold weather, with frosty nights, by which the past week up to Saturday was characte- rised, has thrown a yellow cast over the growing wheat in man
14 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

E&i~TRE R OYAL, D.'LTN T ?? 0n! THBIS EVENING ?? May 14, 156~, .the peorfefnsure Will commenicel' with SirB., B. liittoit'lplay of I TOg LADy OF LYONS.Clud ?? , Mr(sorgeiS Voneeuboff; Glavis, Mr F Hustleby;' Colnl posmDaea, Mr Vrailby; PAuline Delechappelles, Miss Helen Fauclit;
14 May 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KILKENNY MODERATOR, MAY 14, 1856.

THE KILKENNY MODERATOR, MAY 14, 1856.

mons that could be convoked, on the existing franchise, could repudiate any of the wild theories which we hive specified. It is true enough that many of the 'Whig part• under the Melbourne regime were not averse to inflict ' 6 a heavy blow and sad discouragement" on the Establis
14 May 1856 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
AUCTIONS. CONTINUATION OF SALE. AUCTION OF GROCERIES. SHoP FIXTURES, BEAMS, SCALES. AND WEIGHTS. &c. Timber Sale. TO BE SOLD BY

AUCTIONS. CONTINUATION OF SALE. AUCTION OF GROCERIES. SHoP FIXTURES, BEAMS, SCALES. AND WEIGHTS. &c. Timber Sale. TO BE SOLD BY

AUCTION , on W EDNES - 1 DAY, THIS DAY the 14th MAY, 1856, at Mr. WILLIAM Grocory F.:tablisliment, Highstreet, Kilkenny, his entire Stock in the Grocery Trade. consisting of Port. Sherry and Lisbon Wines, it; bottle; several dozen of Bishop and Sons superior London Brit i-h Wine
14 May 1856 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KILKENNY MODERATOR, MAY 14, IBsg.

THE KILKENNY MODERATOR, MAY 14, IBsg.

with some women in the neighbourhood. He read the depositions of Ellen Brien, one of the girls who was with Mrs. Kelly, in the field of the time of the murder. He neat read the information of James Flood, and was proceeding to refer to some other informations containing immateri
14 May 1856 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
FUUTMKR t'AR lIL MIS.

FUUTMKR t'AR lIL MIS.

A cumber of the poor people who were psa-engers io the til-la’id vesa-.l still c.-mioue roma’u in thia c:ly.— Groups them nrghl have been observed yealetday collected in the of Marlbo<oagh*blreet and painful witnera the beor.Uerraeut and evideti*. distress of these pour pe. pie.
14 May 1856 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

May 11 residence. 31 North Cumberland street. John Fmlay K q. LL.D. late assistaut barrister for the county L- utli. 76 yea's. il-o 11, tit lus reMdence. 1C tm-etr TCthyear bid age, Sir Edward Tie Bart., CUarcl.tuwo. Kuutuik. county Cork, for year* the north-uest circait. 3lay y
14 May 1856 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN, FDNLSDAY, MAY 14, 1b56.

DUBLIN, FDNLSDAY, MAY 14, 1b56.

aiiould placed on the list of contributoriw; and it was the duly ol tho oflicial manager to enlarge extensively as he could that liatcf ontributortes, iie(Mr. MatdonogL) aakod the Alaster to observe what the evidence was upon that branch of the esse. (Mr. Macdooogh) presented in
14 May 1856 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EVENING FREEMAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1856. TO THE EDITOK OF THE FRKRMAH.

THE EVENING FREEMAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1856. TO THE EDITOK OF THE FRKRMAH.

l have read in this day's Fttaesiis's Journal the able and lucid expose of the tricks sougbt to be carried out against honest creditors of the Tipperary Bank by a general public bill to '* amend’ the winding up act*. I have also read a latter signed Me.-cstor” in tr.o Express. w
14 May 1856 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
m’BLIN MBDICAL I‘KESS

m’BLIN MBDICAL I‘KESS

m’BLIN or two sin;! 1! formed at the superior portion tin* incision ; the wound, partly adhesion and partly by cranuliition, was completely cicatrized at the end of the fifth week. rhe Unnour weiahed ounces. It was dense, hard, and slightly lohulated, and on section beina made, a
14 May 1856 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland