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Lord Lurgan. Lieut-Col. Strnnge. Lieut-Col. Caufiold, MP. Maxwell C. Close, Esq J. W. M‘C. Bond, Esq.MP W. E. Fox, Esq. Ulster Grand National Steeple Chase Handicap, 10 sovseach, 10 ft, only if declared on or before 18th September to the Secretary. 100 sovs added. Second horse to
09 May 1856 - The Irish Racing Book and Sheet Calendar - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EMIGRATION TO AMERICA,

EMIGRATION TO AMERICA,

aniJfJfKfci.!* Swallow Tail” Line of Packet Skip*. 011 YORK. Tens. Snil. May I2t!i May 21st Slit)* Livorj-001. Albert GalUlin, Western re, ... Dcfianw, Kendrick, ... 2,IKk) Cornelius Urinnel, ... Fletelicr, ... Ashburton, ... Hnidish, ... 2,400 Constantine, ... Owens, ... Const
09 May 1856 - The Ulsterman - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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09 May 1856 - The Ulsterman - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PURCHASES IN THE ARMY

PURCHASES IN THE ARMY

The of this evening announces that Royal Commission, with the Duke of Somerset at the head of it, has been appointed to take evidence and report the effects of the purchase system in the army. THE RUSSIAN EMBASSY. The confirms the statement that Lord Woodhonsc has been appointed
09 May 1856 - The Ulsterman - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST, FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1856.

BELFAST, FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1856.

FASHIONABLE AND SUBSTANTIAL MORNINO AND DRESS COATS, TROUSERS, VESTS, fa AT THE HEIMATEMPORION, 45, HIGH-STREET. 764 JOHN ARNOLD, Phopbicto*. My present stock of DINNER SERVICES. BREAKFAST AND EVENING CHINA SETS. AND TOILET WARE, is Most Eaten,ire in Style and Variety, Selected
09 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
F HAMPTON’S PILL OF HEALTH—THE | manifold advantages the Heads of Familie* from the possession of Medicine of known efficacy,

F HAMPTON’S PILL OF HEALTH—THE | manifold advantages the Heads of Familie* from the possession of Medicine of known efficacy,

that may be resorted with confidence, and used with success in cases of temporary sickness, oceurrina families more or less every day, are obvious to all that no question can be raised of its importance to every housekeeper in the kingdom. . . . .. They ere excellent aperient, c
09 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE OLDEST DAILY NEWSPAPER IN THE ENGLISH PROVINCES, AND THE BEST AD. VERTISING MEDIUM THE NORTH OF ENGLAND. DAILY CIKCDLATIOX,

THE OLDEST DAILY NEWSPAPER IN THE ENGLISH PROVINCES, AND THE BEST AD. VERTISING MEDIUM THE NORTH OF ENGLAND. DAILY CIKCDLATIOX,

TEN THOUSAND COPIES I !! The northern daily times is pub- LISHED every morning at 19, Sooth Johh- Strekt, Liverpool, and through its own Correspondents and Special Telegraph Despatches, publishes later news from the Continent and the Seat of War than is contained in any provinci
09 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CRIMEA.

THE CRIMEA.

(From the Special Correepondent of the Timet.) Sebastopol, April 26. Farewell dinners ara the order of the day. General Codrington entertained General de Marmora aod large party to dinner to-day. Our engineers and the Russian engineers have dined together. The English 47th has e
09 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. tod their more heroic, than at this monifot. (Hear, hear.) Mr. SIDNEY HERBERT obeerred, that what the House

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. tod their more heroic, than at this monifot. (Hear, hear.) Mr. SIDNEY HERBERT obeerred, that what the House

had to consider was—first, did the treaty obtain the objects for which we originally commenced the war; secondly, did it bear just relation to the degree of success had obtained in the war; and, lastly, was the moment the best chosen which to conclude the peace? With respect to
09 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BELFASI BALLY MBBCUKY.

THE BELFASI BALLY MBBCUKY.

THE BALLY BELFAST: Printed end Published the Offices, & 6, WINKCELLAR ENTRY, the Proprietors, JAMES SIMMS end FREDERICK. TERMS SUBSCRIPTION. UNSTAMPED. IK ADVANCE. »O Yearly, ... Yearly ... I Half-Yearlt,.« 0 Uaiv- Yearly, ... For Stamped Papkes.*! per annum additional.aQdproport
09 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland