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RUSSIA

RUSSIA

The only article of intelligence the second edition of the Timet is an analysis, by its Berlin correspondent, of a report made by a committee of the Prussian Chambers, showing the rigour of the Russian prohibitiro system, and the Russian frontier exclusive system on the Eastern
09 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUR CONTEMPORARIES. The wir which has just cooo'uded began with narrow means fur the attainment of a certain limited object

OUR CONTEMPORARIES. The wir which has just cooo'uded began with narrow means fur the attainment of a certain limited object

When 10,000 Englishmen were to be sent ont to strengthen the representations of their Gorernment to the eracuation of two distant provinces the world hardly felt that a crisis European history was hand, and that new epoch was about to succeed to the reign and principles of the H
09 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FAIRS.

FAIRS.

FAtß.—Ballinaslok, Tdbsday Nioht, Eight o clocb the eve of our gr*-at May lair, one oftne impoitant the province this season. From the great want rain for ibe last month or six weeks grass has been very backward this locality, which was supposed would milttaie considerably again
09 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VARIETIES.

The Court.— T Lete.— The Queen held eeee on Wednesday afternoon in St. James's Palace. Ihe court was fully attended, the presentations of (-eutlomen e*ceed- three hundred: The Queen and Prince Albertentered the Throne Room, attended bj the Duchess of Sutherland, Mistress of the
10 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ENTERTAINMENT TO HER MAJESTY'S MINISTERS.

ENTERTAINMENT TO HER MAJESTY'S MINISTERS.

I.a-t night, the Lord Mayor entertained her Majesty’s Ministers and a distinguished party a banquet of more than usual magnificence. The most remarkable incident of the evening was the more than cordial reception given to the Earl of Clarendon, whose health was given as the firs
08 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
with respect to a present settlement of the war; but he never swerved from his confidence the British Government, and

with respect to a present settlement of the war; but he never swerved from his confidence the British Government, and

in England, that they would stand by their engagements and their alliance. We could not expect that other Powers would, in these Conferences, be entirely directed by England. If we would have preferred to give our fleet a breathing in the Baltic this Summer, that, we must admit,
08 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AUSTRIA.

AUSTRIA.

The youngest brother of the Emperor of Austria is daily expected at Paris. It is generally believed that the Emperor Francis Joseph will be the guest of the Emperor Napoleon during the Summer. THE TREATY BETWEEN ENGLAND, FRANCE, AND The Paris correspondent of the Times says, th
08 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
/Hamtjs.

/Hamtjs.

Mowey. Stock, Shake Markets.—The following the prices of some of the leading Stocks end Shares in Saturday’s London market;— Bank Stock, Consols for cash, 924,3,2|; for settlement, 4th June. 93|, 3J ; closed for money, at to 93; and for account, at 93}; Teduced 3 per cents., 91}
13 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COUNTY FERMANAGH. TO BE LET, II'CH MIT BE SCREED lfO». HOUSE ANU LANDS OP l * JL in the County

COUNTY FERMANAGH. TO BE LET, II'CH MIT BE SCREED lfO». HOUSE ANU LANDS OP l * JL in the County

of containing 3oa. 2a. p. The Houan is fit for the residence of respectable family, wiiU good offices, and stands in Lawn of about fivn acres, tastefully Planted, and situate within about I milo «f Lisnaskea, and Newtowobollee, commanding view of Lough Erne. Three Coacbta from E
08 May 1856 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern 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