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BALLINASLOE FAIR.

BALLINASLOE FAIR.

Ballinasloe, Tuesday Evening.—The town is very much crowded, but the streets are not so thronged as have seen on former occasions; owing to the heavy rains that fell during the entire day, the strangers did not pour in until a late hour. The Leinster buyers were expected to arri
10 May 1856 - Carlow Post - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
CJKASS

CJKASS

TO TSE LET, until the 10th November next, fur Grazing, the LANDS of FOUNTAIN Z.ODGB, CLOG REN NAN. Jon.v Kavamagh, living on the Premises, will show them, and receive written anplications. May 10, 1856. JAMES BUTLER, BEGS to inform the Landed Proprietors of CARLOW, and the surrou
10 May 1856 - Carlow Post - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
KI.F.CrOKS Ol* COUNTY ONGF()UI>. House. M»> 3d, Gentlemen, de»»lh your rrp»eeentnM’re, (ticltHtil Maxwell Fox. K*q.. crenred TH« tl»e r< |>re««*iiii»ijoii

KI.F.CrOKS Ol* COUNTY ONGF()UI>. House. M»> 3d, Gentlemen, de»»lh your rrp»eeentnM’re, (ticltHtil Maxwell Fox. K*q.. crenred TH« tl»e r< |>re««*iiii»ijoii

of y« ur county, venture to ».ff.» myself vour clio < «■. 1 inn connected your county aa rcsideTii projirii'tor. known many you, mid billing *• rve you oth from inclinaiinn ai d duty. In the honor ol lu-ing s-lected rejuefeentnuve, I influenced l v no soifi-li con ucrHiiou. 1 wa
10 May 1856 - Westmeath Independent - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
TilK VVKSTMKATII I\OKPKM>RN T— SA'IXIRUAY, MAY 10. 18.50,

TilK VVKSTMKATII I\OKPKM>RN T— SA'IXIRUAY, MAY 10. 18.50,

TilK VVKSTMKATII I\OKPKM>RN SA'IXIRUAY, MAY 10. 18.50, have to, render this ft |iccuiiftiljr euitcd for legielntion ot. the subject; ihiu the conduct of Mr. Pollock on bis Odvay cslntcs brought the relation between •ird teoH»t piominently forward Parlian?nt, we consider that it i
10 May 1856 - Westmeath Independent - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TRACT PEERAGE.

THE TRACT PEERAGE.

In our last publication briefly referred to the fact at a new claimant tbeTiacy Peerage had been discovered in the person of Mr. Marlin Tracy, of Streamstown, in the county of Westmeath. We have been informed that within the past week important information has been obtained, and
10 May 1856 - Westmeath Independent - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
GOING OUT AND COMING IN.

GOING OUT AND COMING IN.

la that home was j «v and sorrow Where no in nut firet drew breath* While an »ire wa« drawing Near uulo 'he y«le of doalb. ia feeble pulse failio;, hni\ hi* e waa growing dim ; lie «n8 the thresh When they brought the babe to him* While murmur forth a b'wainj Oi. the iiiili* one
10 May 1856 - Westmeath Independent - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
PERILS OP TKACH IXO GRAMMAR.

PERILS OP TKACH IXO GRAMMAR.

PERILS TKACH GRAMMAR. Mu. Editoh :—I have bean eendin* darter Nrincv to school to a schoolmaster in this narborhood l.n*t Friday 1 went over to lliut school just see how Nancy was genin' along, und 1 sees (hinge 1 didn't <ike mean*. The ■•cboolmuster whs lurnln* lu-r things entir
10 May 1856 - Westmeath Independent - Athlone, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
THE COLERUO CHRONICLE. SATURDAY. MAY <O. 1 8 56:

THE COLERUO CHRONICLE. SATURDAY. MAY <O. 1 8 56:

THE CHRONICLE. SATURDAY. MAY <O. than the exerei.e of thoie pursuiu which he had strolled forth avowedly to enjoy. lint, it naturally happened, had continued to follow the mai. road leading from the chateau past the villa.-., an I onward where it reached the lores , branching off
10 May 1856 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
ESCAPE OP NAPOLEON.

ESCAPE OP NAPOLEON.

Fleas love the dark, and their dislike to light, combined with their great muscular power, were the basis of tiie exhibitions of the Industrious Fleas,” one time popular in London and other places. 1 once heard story which, 1 believe, has never been in print, and I may here tell
10 May 1856 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
TO STONECUTTERS.

TO STONECUTTERS.

TENDERS will be received me, for one week from this date, for Fl*£gin" the footpath on the North side Waterside-st. The fligiaretobe from the Caithness paving stone quarries, class. No. 2; and the Curb store from Portrush. The Tender state the amount the whole work is to be comp
10 May 1856 - Coleraine Chronicle - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland