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ESTATES COURT.

ESTATES COURT.

FINAL NOTH INCUMBERED In the Matter of the Estate of George Philip Gun Mafaony, a Minor, by Jane Gun Mahony, his Guardian, Owner and Petitioner. TO CLAIMANTS. ALL Parties interested are hereby required to take Notice, that the Commissioners HAVE SOLD the Lands of Tarmons, with t
22 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROYAL HIBERNIAN ACADEMY.

ROYAL HIBERNIAN ACADEMY.

To begin at the beginning, it would be ungallant as well as unjust to pass over Miss E. Boake, and not to bid her welcome in the present collection. This gifted young lady’s name stands associated with the first number in the catalogue; but throughout the Exhibition her name fre
22 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
bank of

bank of

bank An account, pursuant the the week ending Saturday, Ma> IB.SUK DKP. Notes issued £23,633,820 I £23,638,820 I BANKING D 1 Proprietor.' Rev Public •leposit9(including Exchequer, Savings banks, Commissioners of Debt, and Dividend Account *) 3.033, 008 Other deposits 10,613,914 S
22 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IN CIIANCEKY

IN CIIANCEKY

vnVEUTISEMENT TO CItEDITORS AND INCUM bkanceks. I„ the Matter of T HEREBY require all Persons claiming to Creditors of Martin Hyan, late of tile City of Water- ford, deceased, on before , . , im-vt to furnish writing to Maria the 6th day (wi ie of William Con‘So nmle c'ntract de
24 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOUC UNIVERSITY CHURCH.

CATHOUC UNIVERSITY CHURCH.

mO-MORROW .^AY) MAY -L Vicc-licctor of the Unirersity. Rer. Dr. LEAHY, Vice of the o? bSudtng ’the Church. Front Scat. One Shilling. . y THOMAS SCRATTON, Secretary.
24 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOItEIGN INTELLIGENCE

FOItEIGN INTELLIGENCE

FRANCE AND AUSTRIA. The Austrian Ambassador at Paris presented his letters of credence yesterday to the Emiwror. In addressing bis Majesty he spoke of the intimate alliance so happily existing between the two Imperial Governments, and stated his belief that order and security fo
24 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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24 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH CHURCH TEMPORALITIES.

IRISH CHURCH TEMPORALITIES.

There was an Aggregate Meeting" of the Greggite section of the No-Popery party at the Rotunda yesterday, to denounce the motion of Mr. Mi all,, which stand's for Tuesday next, for a Committee of the whole House to consider the Temporalities of the Irish Church." The proceedings
24 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROCLAMATION OK PEACE.

PROCLAMATION OK PEACE.

Grand french digram a, OF THE WARS OF NAPOLEON THE Ist, AND THE LATE CRIMEAN CAMPAIGN, The Largest in the World, Comprising 56 Views and Tableau. CONCERT ROOM, HOTUNBA. Mr. HAMPTON, the Proprietor of this magnificent Exhibition, anxious to aflbrd to the thousands of Visitors, li
27 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE

FRANCE

The Journal drs has put new interpretation upon the tripartite treaty. The Porte was not threaten. d liureia only, but Austria. The words of the Fr. nth journalist are that Austria, in signing the treaty April 15. has giv. a to the Western Powers a guarantee against herself. L'A
24 May 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland