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BRITISH INTERVESTIOH.

BRITISH INTERVESTIOH.

The Sew York Herald publishes some intercepted correspondence of the British government with the government of Costa Rica. The former it appear*, has formally tendered the latter, not only aympathy, but two thousand stand of arms, and other aid equally desirable. A British friga
16 May 1856 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
Sackvillc-street, near Carlisle Bridge, on what was called the fashionable side, entertaining himself with his favorite study of the beautiful.

Sackvillc-street, near Carlisle Bridge, on what was called the fashionable side, entertaining himself with his favorite study of the beautiful.

very pretty girl whom had looked at with special devotion, turned him sharply, calling out: you know what, sir Well, little love," said Dan, benignly. I'll have you taken up before the Lord Mayor,” the girl said. For what, incomparable angel ?” Dan asked the girl with the most d
16 May 1856 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LONDON BILLIARD MARKER.

THE LONDON BILLIARD MARKER.

1 am iu t!u» If » mau can »ay a bittMmr than tiiat of anolhvr, shall 1h» him if hn will mention it, I shall then hare a higher opinion of than before. Freryboiljr else st'ema to making capital their ami why not 1 I 1 arriro aU>ut twelve o’clock, and there is rarely any one to pl
17 May 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
FOR ST. JOHN, N.B.

FOR ST. JOHN, N.B.

A SHIP “POLYNESIA,” Too*, Him Morcak. Maater, Sail from LIVERPOOL far above Port, with Goods and Paw* age rs, May. For Freight or Paasag*. apply the Owners, FRANCIS CAKVILL k SON. N.wry. Ap.il, ISS& 1203 Tub subscribers are now dis- CHARGING, tx the Brigaattae John C. WaJt, bom
15 May 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
NEWSY STEAM SAW MILLS.

NEWSY STEAM SAW MILLS.

WE HAVE JUST ADDED ANOTHER VERTICAL FRAME to oar SAW MILL, and can now Saw larga quantities U TIMBER and DEALS, on Tory abort notaoe. always k«ep on band largo and woU-aaaorted Stock SAWN TIMBER and DEALS, which wa will Sail at Low Prioea. FRANCIS CARVILL k SON. Newry. April, 18
15 May 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
JAMES M‘GEORGE & CO.

JAMES M‘GEORGE & CO.

4 GRADUATE OF T.C.D., WHO HAS HAD J\. expoiiencc in Teaching, and who is disengaged three days in tho week, would be gla<|pto meet with two or three Families in the neighborhood of Warren point or Kostrcvor, where his services would be required. Any communications addressed to *
20 May 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
GEORGE HOTEL,

GEORGE HOTEL,

No. 33, HIGH STREET. BELFAST, (OPPOSITE BUI DOF. STREET.) MRS. LONGFORD RESPECTFULLY announces to her Friends, the Public, and Commercial Gentlemen visiting Belfast, that she has Ojrened the above extensive Establishment—being situated in one of the most central streets in town.
20 May 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
PILES AND FISTULAS.

PILES AND FISTULAS.

These and other similar tlisti complaints can be efr-ctually cured if the Ointment be well rubbed in over the parts affected, and otherwise following the printed directions around cadi pot.
20 May 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

Arrived, at on 26th instant, the Ship Brothers, Newry, Doran, Master, from St John, N. 8.. with Pieces BIRCH TIMBER • Pieces DEALS. DEAL ENDS, and BATTENS Two Fathom* LATHWOOD. FRANCIS CARVILL ft SON, Owners and Courignces. Newry, 2Sth April, 1856. 202
17 May 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
IS THE PEACE LIKELY TO BE DURABLE?

IS THE PEACE LIKELY TO BE DURABLE?

This is a problem of which the solution may be mor prompt and practical than our philosophy has dreamt of. Probabilities seem to turn on the effect of the Sardinia appeal to the Allied Western Powers, deprecatory of the endurance of the Austrian occupation of Italy. The prompt a
17 May 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland