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Cabin (including Steward’s Fee), XI ss. Od. ... Deck, 10s.

Cabin (including Steward’s Fee), XI ss. Od. ... Deck, 10s.

Cabin (including Steward’s Fee), ss. Od. ... Deck, 10s. RKTCR* TICKETS: (Available until second return trip from date of issue) Cabin, XI 12s. (id. ... Deck, 15s. RAILWAY FARES: Bristol to London—per Railway. Ist Class, 10s. lOd. | 2nd Class, 15s. Bd. | 3rd Class, 9s. IOJ. Bristo
10 May 1856 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CRIMEAN COURT OF INQUIRY—Mondat.

CRIMEAN COURT OF INQUIRY—Mondat.

CRIMEAN COURT OF INQUIRY— Mondat. Sir R. Airey resumed place. read portions of Col. Tulloch’s evidence, to show that the manner in h evidence was taken down the Crimea was most ui.aalbfaefory. Colonel WctheraH’s examination was then resumed, and in reply to Sir R. Airey, said the
10 May 1856 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THANKSGIVING PAY.

THANKSGIVING PAY.

Ills Excellency the Lord Lieutenant and suite attended divine service cn Sunday lust, at Christs Cal The services were To Dcum and Jub.lulc—King, D. Precis, ltC**i>-)nsea and Litany, ns set lo music byi'lallis, with “additions” tlie Kev. John Finlaxson, A.W. Commun’oi* Service—K
10 May 1856 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIPPING.

SHIPPING.

I^oll LONDON, CALLING “* FALMOUTH. PLYMOUTH, SOUTH- AMPTON. and POBTSMOL TH. thr .Stcarn-sl.ip irf <>NDINK. on Tills Day (SATURDAY - ), the 10th MAY, at Oneo'ckx-k, y.nv North Wall. CITY DUBLIN J-- STEAM PACKET COM PANE'S Vawe Kju KINGSTOWN to HOLYHEAD, with her Ma jt-sty- Malls
10 May 1856 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AND GENERAL TH. 11-Tit 381.

AND GENERAL TH. 11-Tit 381.

AND GENERAL 11-Tit 381. blab. sad it aree gealadip he be the d stomer's mg at et. may ef sara odleted der Welber. el his bad pest. lead. and are moo Is Mama. Walker Is odd let hava to where he has Is the ef his sad swans the approach et the deeps.
10 May 1856 - Drogheda Conservative - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
Inactions;" hat to the tlOllll of real labour intoodid eati.tenre ix the only ohjort of ,h-ire, the state to skit

Inactions;" hat to the tlOllll of real labour intoodid eati.tenre ix the only ohjort of ,h-ire, the state to skit

thy will allow name 44 . real ; to snub men pleasure-hunting in any shape is bet a .hange drudgery. and nod the tolerable ehange. If, however, Lord Palmer toil he right, why, in the name of Aellsie, not carry his prirwiple to its full extent? Why not open all the resorts of what
10 May 1856 - Drogheda Conservative - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
COINEhOIAL 11T 6is 7 Woot-otroot, Drogheda. DAVIS. SON. & LATIMER'S GENTLEM7N'S DEPARTMENTS. The and Suce..ss of Tien Team ea to

COINEhOIAL 11T 6is 7 Woot-otroot, Drogheda. DAVIS. SON. & LATIMER'S GENTLEM7N'S DEPARTMENTS. The and Suce..ss of Tien Team ea to

with asensaming Coademv to OUR TAILORING DEPARTIENT ; • Competent Itsaff of Workmen, rid this Branch of oar Tn.{ Porotrnl enables se To Execute in the Manner, and with the greated Desrof4, emabined with THE LARGEST STOCK OF 1 FIRST-CLASS WOOLLEN GOODS to be found In any Provinci
10 May 1856 - Drogheda Conservative - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
Weeossze I. To ROAR nms Xis TO TR Z or : saa Ileas be unlocked. and its inmost memees the

Weeossze I. To ROAR nms Xis TO TR Z or : saa Ileas be unlocked. and its inmost memees the

cry. "Educate the People ;'• Jolea Carers advioe is. People. edscate yourselves I TM Of and self-ealtare are within oar rasa. This day Is publiebed, sad may be obtained of any for three baltpeoce. No. 1. to be weekly. d " CwaveLL'a e ovia L en yam" 32 paws e( letter pima, delay
10 May 1856 - Drogheda Conservative - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
MONK S-T -O W Tt. TO BE LET, TWO HOUSES on Mr. SHAW’S TERRACE, Folly Furnished, extremely convenient for any

MONK S-T -O W Tt. TO BE LET, TWO HOUSES on Mr. SHAW’S TERRACE, Folly Furnished, extremely convenient for any

Moderate Families; Coach House aud Stables, Excelleut- Watcr in the Yards. Application to be made R. B. Shaw, Esq., Monkstown. (1788)
10 May 1856 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BATHING LODGE, YOUGHAL. TO BE LET, UNFURNISHED, for Six or Twelve Months, SEAFIELD HOUSE, within half a mile of Very

BATHING LODGE, YOUGHAL. TO BE LET, UNFURNISHED, for Six or Twelve Months, SEAFIELD HOUSE, within half a mile of Very

conveniently situated for Sea Bathing. The nse of a well Stocked Garden, and Field can be had if required. Apply to Adam N. Meade, Esq., Riverview, Bandon. (1728)
10 May 1856 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland