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DANCING ACADEMY, 13, SOUTH MALL. MR. BRENNAN respectfully announces to his Patrons and Pupils that he will OPEN his ACADEMY,

DANCING ACADEMY, 13, SOUTH MALL. MR. BRENNAN respectfully announces to his Patrons and Pupils that he will OPEN his ACADEMY,

for the Summer months, at the TOWN HALL, QUEENSTOWN, on THURSDAY next, 15th inst, where will give instructions la sll the Newest and most Fashionable DANCES, including lessons in Kalestusmic and Exercises. Days of attendance, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS, from Two till Four o’clock.
10 May 1856 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTS A SITUATION

WANTS A SITUATION

AS PLAIN COOK or THOROUGH SERVANT, Strong, Active Woman, Protestant, who perfectly understands her business, and can be well recommended; would undertake the milking of a few Cows, and the management of Small Dairy if required. No objection to Town or Country. Address, by letter
10 May 1856 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Co. Ac. June 4... .... Do. Scrip pm £l,oooE.B.2jd.,Mftr. Do. June 3 dis £5OO do. 2jd., March Do. Jane.. Sm.

Co. Ac. June 4... .... Do. Scrip pm £l,oooE.B.2jd.,Mftr. Do. June 3 dis £5OO do. 2jd., March Do. Jane.. Sm.

Do., 2|d., March 3 pm Do. Scrip Do. 80..'58,34 per Ct. Do. Bonds, .... 98£
10 May 1856 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIP NEWS

SHIP NEWS

Castletown-Berehaten, Mat sxn, 1856.—Wind E., strong ; some rain. Arrived:—The schooner Brothers, Harrington, and smack Lucy Anne, Sullivan. Putin, tho following schooners:— Swansea, of Swansea, PCNCtI; Rambler, of Kinsale, and schooner, name not known, hails from Bristol, Lefeb
10 May 1856 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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10 May 1856 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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10 May 1856 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
ROSCOMMON AND LEITRIM GA2ETTB.—BOTLB, MAY 10, 1856.

ROSCOMMON AND LEITRIM GA2ETTB.—BOTLB, MAY 10, 1856.

Imperial parliament. HOUSE OP COMMONS— Pridat Mat 2. DISEMBODIMENT OF THE MILITIA Colonel Dunne asked the Under Secretary for War whether the allowance usually granted to troops in the field bad been allowed to a foreign legion in i the British service, but refused to regiments
10 May 1856 - Roscommon & Leitrim Gazette - Boyle, Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
 
FRENCH EMBASSY TO RUSSIA.

FRENCH EMBASSY TO RUSSIA.

A despatch from Paris of Friday morning says:— The Moniteur announces that M. de Moray has been appointed Ambassador Extraordinary to the Emperor of Russia. General Edgar Ney left yesterday for St. Pctersburg.” The young Count de Paris, grandson of Louis Philippe, has refused to
10 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH RAILWAY RETURNS, MADE TO THE RESPECTIVE DATES ASUNDER

IRISH RAILWAY RETURNS, MADE TO THE RESPECTIVE DATES ASUNDER

10 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY IN THE CRIMEA.

THE ARMY IN THE CRIMEA.

In reply to Sir J. Walsh, Sir WOOD said the first regiment left the Ciimca about a fortnight ago, ami 5,000 Sardinians were also icmovcd. The next body of troops conveyed from the Crimea would destined for stations in the Mediterranean to relievo the militia. The most, if not al
10 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland