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PARDON OF It'LITICAL PRISONERS.

PARDON OF It'LITICAL PRISONERS.

PARDON It'LITICAL PRISONERS. Cord PALMKICSTt >N announced that her .Majesty had been eracioualy pleased, in celebrating the peace, all political prisoner*, thereby liberating Frost Williams, Jones, and Sinith O'Brien.
10 May 1856 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
was in some measure restored, the illustrious orator pro- j eroded to say; greet thee, splendid heiress the glory departed

was in some measure restored, the illustrious orator pro- j eroded to say; greet thee, splendid heiress the glory departed

from the ancient of days—Minerva’s town. I i greet thee, august Athena the North, where, amidst j soul stirring recollections of eventful past, the children of free country have lit the midnight lamp of knowledge with the torch of liberty—have lit it and have fed tl with a natio
10 May 1856 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DAILT EXPRESS, SATURDAY. MAY

THE DAILT EXPRESS, SATURDAY. MAY

LIVERPOOL* MARKETS. (FROSt OUR OWS CORRFJSPONDF.NT.) Livkhpooi, Maukkt. May 9.—The returns tain ot wheat per Gazelle lor this we»-k wre: —lftl.Bso qrs., at 608. CJ. per qr. ; week. 1H55,10*2,082 do., at 09s. sd. : do.. 1864,66,511 , at 7Uh. 9d. do. Tlie weather t , still cold an
10 May 1856 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JUNIOR VRRttIMER.

JUNIOR VRRttIMER.

Fint Honor*—Tr«lll A., Join,son A., Clerk*. Second Honors—Dokc, Mows, Lysler Stewart Jr.. Butler Til., Owens, Butt, MahalT/ JoUn P., Bell. U'Caus. laii.l, Ormsby, tchlin, Mr. Napier, Hobertson, Lancey, and Queen’s College, Belfast—Giueral Examination, Afiul, —l'ucuity uf Medicin
10 May 1856 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WARDER, MAY 10, 1856

THE WARDER, MAY 10, 1856

July 24th ; August 28th, 20 per cent, and September 18th, the Anal instMlment 20 per cent. London, Thursday Evkkino. —The English funds opened at a decline of but assumed more firmness towards the close of business. The Pettlcment the consol account took place to-day, and result
10 May 1856 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTIES OF LOUTH AND MEATH.

COUNTIES OF LOUTH AND MEATH.

Estate of Sarah Cannon, Robert Corbel, and Edicard Tandy, owners; Richard Carey, petitioner. Lot Priorstown, containing 180 a. 2r. 4p.; profit rent, 1041. 18s. 3d. The sale of this lot was adjourned. 2—Cannonstown, containing 254 a. Or. 18p.; profit rent, 2531. 4s. 10|d. This lo
10 May 1856 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLICS.

CATHOLICS.

On yesterday week the seventh annual meeting of the society'established for promoting missions in conformity with the doctrines and u-ages of Hie Church of England, among the Roman Catholics Inland, was held at Exeter Hall. The Marquis of Blandford occupied the cha : r, and in o
10 May 1856 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ESTABLISHED

ESTABLISHED

COUGH MEDICINES, &c., AT THE NEW MEDICAL HALL, No. 30, WESTMORELASD- STREET, PRING and CO. SYRUP OF SMILAX ASPERA, WITH HIPPO, &c. This preparation given for the relief of Cough ; it possesses sedative and expectorant properties, and iscon.-tantly ordered leading members of the
10 May 1856 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWSOM'S CHINESE MIXTURE IS Combination of Choice BLACK and GREEN TEAS, selected of pecoliorly Fine Quality, and mixed in such

NEWSOM'S CHINESE MIXTURE IS Combination of Choice BLACK and GREEN TEAS, selected of pecoliorly Fine Quality, and mixed in such

jodidons proportions, as to develop® the various excellencies each. The steady increase in the demand is snfficient guarantee, that it has given satisfaction to the large number of Families ruing it for some time past, and has been proved to both agreeable and economical for Fam
10 May 1856 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DRY NURSE.

DRY NURSE.

WANTED, an Active Woman to fill the above Situation, where a Child’s Maid is kept. She most be folly competent to take charge of an Infant. Apply at Constitution Office. (1817) TO BUILDERS. TENDERS will be received for building CURATE’S RESIDENCE, Parish of Cullen; according to
10 May 1856 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland