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Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

t)l? liverild HOUSE OF COMMONS-DIoDAY. (Supplementary to Telegraphic SUmmaTy.) 'TiE 1 BUDGET. TuE House having resolved itself hito a Committee of Ways and Means, The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER made his financial statement. lie reminded the committee that in a statement made in
22 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

[BY MAGNETIC TELEGURAPI1] NEWS-LETTER OFFICE, I o'clock P.M. THE PENINSULAR MAILS. Southampton, Saturday Morning. The Tagus has arrived. News from Gibraltar is anticipated. The Royal mail steamer Tay, Fvith the outward Brazilian mails, arrived at Lisbon on the 12th inst. The Min
24 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Selected Poetry.

Selected Poetry.

*Iutcd TIHE STREAM OF THOUGHT. I love, I love to be alone; For then the Stream of Thought Flows in its wild luxuriance on, With lovely burdens fraught. There, on its headlong current borne, Are well.remembered things, Sweet flow'rets from the past uptorn, That busy memory flings-
26 May 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

T ooTHI tbe ?? will comuoence with the Comey. STILL WATERS RN DE EP-M Potter, SMr Orandy;e tblf I Uewhsley, Mr Hastleby Mr Mildtpay, .r GVandanhoff; Mrs MildaSy, Aiss Mortyle _MT t ra -.Sternpold, Mies 4 To conclude with the Dramal of THE CORSICAN BRO. 'F0EES-Mons Fabien and Loui
27 May 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SMITRFIELD HAY AND STRAW MARKET—MAY 14.

SMITRFIELD HAY AND STRAW MARKET—MAY 14.

.SBUTHFMDUY-A qSTOW'%,?mA~ltlrl,~E~~T 4 3 i-bf C/ Tu f ta Of ?? asdghedj~k t g. Z_ t. I Vayf289 loads, Straw,79 ?? us Prises -Hay, from 'a Sd to 4a 4d per cwt s oa 4d to la 10d; Wlheaten etraw, Is 4d to 1sood' ote etrawl 1 Ther was a limted stpply of hay ,od desad for At clase ba
26 May 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1856.

DUBLIN: THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1856.

_ b % I I I Abe:<"cumv' H$Oi;j DiJBLIN *. TIUSDAY, MAY 22, 1856. TH- -TAXA.TION OF DUBLIN. The taxation of Dublin has reached the limit of endurance, and yet we cannot clearly see our way towards a diminution of expenditure. Practically the local taxes of Dublin may be set down a
22 May 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ALLEGED RUGELEY POISONINGS.— THE TIRAL OF W. PALMER.

THE ALLEGED RUGELEY POISONINGS.— THE TIRAL OF W. PALMER.

THIE iiltEGED RUGLY OSOIGS TITR xALF ,A'~TmnBnsDAT. ..w~~rttl A? CEN] gT ALVBMINAL CaUl .-J, u5,mA. The judo erulved SI few minutea before ten -ecloik and. t're prisoner Was placed at the bar. Bel appeared more im- t presed' with the awful situation in which he stands than Jiseto
22 May 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TIIE THOROUGH-BRED BOMB

TIIE THOROUGH-BRED BOMB

TIIE THOROUGH-BRED - THUNDERBOLT , Own Brother to the King ot the best Horse In Eogland, UV ILL Sera tbm et C • • ti K, within one mile of the lisilwey Station al BallinaMor, from the tat Yank, sp ii be Ist of July, Gentleman' Mares, LI and Is U 6: ootii. Farmers' holding their n
24 May 1856 - Western Star and Ballinasloe Advertiser - Ballinasloe, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
of the Serdinan Bill. and Majesty', eonsidering the . gallsatry of tn. Sardinian troops and the repel they bad been

of the Serdinan Bill. and Majesty', eonsidering the . gallsatry of tn. Sardinian troops and the repel they bad been

pat to. proposed that &second of £4.000,f100 should be .ideanced. The expenditeref. r Year ers•—fuoded debt, 17,635, 00 w. ; attended debt. 1,41; 0001. ; charges on the ennulidated hind. 11.7500J° ; army, £10,747. 0 00 ; navy, c:vil service, 6,300.010, which, Including the not r
24 May 1856 - Western Star and Ballinasloe Advertiser - Ballinasloe, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
THE POLLOIC ESTATES.

THE POLLOIC ESTATES.

We reed with much pleasant same days ago, a letter from Mr Pollak to the Truss, leg determination to have the management 1 of his otitis fally investigated, end nmesetieg the public to suspend their judgment mil both skies of the qses:inn would be fairly nprometed. We aro happy
24 May 1856 - Western Star and Ballinasloe Advertiser - Ballinasloe, Galway, Republic of Ireland