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Commercial Intelligence.

Commercial Intelligence.

dollowdal guldlipta. RELVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE DURING THE PAST WERK. (From the Mark Lane Express of Monday.) Tna exclusively cold weather, with frosty nights, by which the past week up to Saturday was characte- rised, has thrown a yellow cast over the growing wheat in man
14 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

E&i~TRE R OYAL, D.'LTN T ?? 0n! THBIS EVENING ?? May 14, 156~, .the peorfefnsure Will commenicel' with SirB., B. liittoit'lplay of I TOg LADy OF LYONS.Clud ?? , Mr(sorgeiS Voneeuboff; Glavis, Mr F Hustleby;' Colnl posmDaea, Mr Vrailby; PAuline Delechappelles, Miss Helen Fauclit;
14 May 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UITISH COLLEGE OF HEALTH, New-road, tsmdon.—NOTlCE IS HEUKBT GIVEN, that the LIST for ISSf of HTGEIAN AGENTS July appointed for

UITISH COLLEGE OF HEALTH, New-road, tsmdon.—NOTlCE IS HEUKBT GIVEN, that the LIST for ISSf of HTGEIAN AGENTS July appointed for

the Sale of Mr. Moriwa'a (the feist) Vegetable Universal Medicine thmfbeut to now printed, and stay bad gratis on as above—MORISON and Co., Hygeiata. Afenta—Dublin; Mr. Sbaw, 8, BacbelorVwalk &L La Per it, 18, Henry-street
14 May 1856 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUCCESSION PLANTS.

SUCCESSION PLANTS.

Temperature, the day, about 85 deep.; and night, 75 degrees. The succession plants should now growing rapidly: and soon it is discovered that the pots are nearly full of roots, make preparation and shift them into larger x>ots and richer compost, with their balls entire, taking
14 May 1856 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CRIMEA.

THE CRIMEA.

(From the Special Correspondent of the Timet), Sebastopol, Apazl 23.— The impression ia universal that the resources of Russia in men have been reduced the lowest ibb in the course of this war, and thnt she would have been utterly unable maintain an army in the Crimea for two wh
14 May 1856 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
m’BLIN MBDICAL I‘KESS

m’BLIN MBDICAL I‘KESS

m’BLIN or two sin;! 1! formed at the superior portion tin* incision ; the wound, partly adhesion and partly by cranuliition, was completely cicatrized at the end of the fifth week. rhe Unnour weiahed ounces. It was dense, hard, and slightly lohulated, and on section beina made, a
14 May 1856 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REVIEWS AND NOTICES OF BOOKS.

REVIEWS AND NOTICES OF BOOKS.

OEM,-THERAPEUTICS. ByWiLLiAM Addison, M.D., F.R.S. London; John Churchill. 18j6. In this little volume the author endeavours to explain the nature all the prot esses (healthy or diseased) going on in organic beings (animals or plants) in accordance with the cell-theory. “All the
14 May 1856 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RIGHTS OF MILITIA SURGEONS.

RIGHTS OF MILITIA SURGEONS.

In confirmation of the leading article in your last number, referring to the position of the militia surgeons on the disembodiment of their respective regiments, beg through your pages, to inform my brethren in the service that I have this day received an official communication
14 May 1856 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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lT »ln»1t fM»»r. «• OOUNTT OAI«WAT HUNT STEEPLECHASES. O'* Tuesda MA.7. 1356, OVER THE KVO COURSE, LOUGH REA.
14 May 1856 - Galway Vindicator, and Connaught Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
LIMERICK

LIMERICK

ARTISAN'S HORSE REPOSITORY, "VTOTICE. —For the last time 1.1 this year, Colonel PATTI,P, l6th Lancers, and HARTMAN, ChtMPanWof Limerick, wilt attend the following places for the purchase TROOP HORSK9, from Five Eight Years old, standing fifteen and a.lialf hands high, and upward
14 May 1856 - The Ulsterman - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland