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JAMES F. lIAGARTY, TEA AX WISE MERCHd.VT, -1 7, DUBLIN.

JAMES F. lIAGARTY, TEA AX WISE MERCHd.VT, -1 7, DUBLIN.

10 May 1856 - Carlow Post - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATH OF AN IRISH EXILE.

DEATH OF AN IRISH EXILE.

DEATH OF IRISH EXILE. find the following obituary in The Irish h<vs t New York, published Thomas Francis Newark, New-Jersey, on the inet, from the effects of erysipelas the head, John , the btlov©,! 0 f V’m. • late a tevpected merchant of Waterford. Ireland, departed this life an
10 May 1856 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
JOHN CASSELL'S COFFEES.

JOHN CASSELL'S COFFEES.

Wboleeale Ageoti and Consignees for Ireland: G. OLDHAM, and Co, 64, Dame Street, and 107, Grafton Street, Dublin. HE real excellence of John Cassell’s Coffees is folly i demonstrated by their unparalleled sale for many years, and the high approval and extensive patronage they st
10 May 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MATER MISERECORDIA.

THE MATER MISERECORDIA.

THE Sisters of Mercy most earnestly solicit contribn* tions towards the erection of the Mater Miserecordia Hospital, Eccles-street. The proposed buildings will be capable of accommodating 500 Patients besides the Medical and Surgical free wards, and apartments for sick persons w
10 May 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SERIOUS TROUBLES AT MECCA.

SERIOUS TROUBLES AT MECCA.

Marseilles, May s.— Accounts from Constantinople, to the 24th ult, have been received by the Alexandre. The Sclieriff of Mecca, having been recalled, refused to give up his post. Ffty thousand Arabs in arms sustained his resistance, and are said to have refused to permit the pil
10 May 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATION

THE NATION

chaseable vote. But to turn to more serious phase of the question. Let any one take up a rate book and glance over it, and he will see what a number of ratepayers are valued within a pound or thirty shillings over or under the amount which confers .the right of vote at elections
10 May 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INFANTRY.

INFANTRY.

Ist Regiment of Foot> Is* battalion, Turkey, Parkbars Do, 2nd bat, Crimea ; Fer« moy 2nd, C G Hope ; Buttevant 3rd, Crimea, Winchester 4th, Turkey, Isle of Wight sth, Mauritius; Chatham 6th, Cape Good Hope; Leeds 7th, Turkey, Winchester Bth, Cawnpore, Bombay; Chatham 9th, Turkey
10 May 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WILL OF THE LATE MRS. SARAH KELLY.

WILL OF THE LATE MRS. SARAH KELLY.

The contents of this document, in which great interes is felt, have just been officially disclosed. The instrumen is unusually lengthy, and to judge from the preamble, the testatrix had determined that litigation, such as that to which she had been a party, should arise with ref
10 May 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BPADAM A CO.

BPADAM A CO.

BPADAM CO. ter first poje.
10 May 1856 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Cair Pinions. NEWTOWN ARDS UNION |'Hß BOARD OF GUARDIANS HEREBY INVITE I Tenders, be considered This Day Fortnight, at TWELVE

Cair Pinions. NEWTOWN ARDS UNION |'Hß BOARD OF GUARDIANS HEREBY INVITE I Tenders, be considered This Day Fortnight, at TWELVE

o'clock, *.* , from competent persons, to REVISE the VALUATION of the UNION Salary, 10s per day—to completed by Ist August next. Security required. order, , ROBERT BROWN, Clerk of the Union. May 6, 1856.
10 May 1856 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland