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EDUCATION.

EDUCATION.

THE Proprietor of thn Young Ladies* Ckm. No. LENNOX-STREET. has Vacancy for four more Pupils. The course of instruction comprises English. French, Music, Drawing. Fancy Works, end Modelling Flowers In Wax. at One Guinea per Quarter—English, French and Music, 19s. Any single one
27 May 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MA CDO N A AVI) MOLBiWORTn-STIIEET. REID. Ropectfally announce the arrival from Paris and London of a large consignment of

MA CDO N A AVI) MOLBiWORTn-STIIEET. REID. Ropectfally announce the arrival from Paris and London of a large consignment of

the Neweat and moat Elegant Styles of all classes of Garments suitable for the approaching season. Special attention being devoted to the selection of Waietcoatings and Trouserings, Plain Gentlemanlike Patterns, for which the French Manufacturers are justly celebrated. These adr
24 May 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
O- WALTERS’ AUCTIONS THIS DAY

O- WALTERS’ AUCTIONS THIS DAY

WALTERS’ AUCTIONS THIS DAY Auction of three boats, at the quay, at TWO o’clock, before Advertised. Also, Private Contract, st the WART, SHIPQUAY-STREET, Dublin Built TAX-CART, with Lamps, Ac- quite New, aud uumeroas Articles of Furniture. OEO. WALTERS, Anctioueer, Ac.
28 May 1856 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
OPENED THIS DAY.

OPENED THIS DAY.

WHOLESALE A RETAIL LEATHER WAREHOUSE, |
28 May 1856 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
AND CURRYING ESTABLISHMENT. T

AND CURRYING ESTABLISHMENT. T

STELKAGE EARE, EIGHT GUINEA .***9 STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEJUJLASGOW AND NEW YORK. T'HE Glasgow and York Slraa* 9liip Cornpan} d Powi-rful and Faxti iMir • lli,i,, « >crew »i‘‘»'u-sl''ipB EDINBURGH, Tons, Horse power, William CtMMj.sG.Cuuimiinder.NEW Y0RK,2,050 T0m,400 Horae po
28 May 1856 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS—Monday, Mat 26.

HOUSE OF COMMONS—Monday, Mat 26.

HOUSE OF COMMONS— Monday, Mat 26. Mr. PEEL, in reply to Mr. Grogan, said that whare militia regiment was disbanded, no portion continued in receipt of pay, except those of Ibe permanent atafi of the Adjutant General nnd Quarier-.VlMster-General. On the mntion lor going into commi
28 May 1856 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
HOLYHEAD MAIL

HOLYHEAD MAIL

LONDON, MAY 37.
28 May 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Earl of Clarendon said the matter would rest with the

The Earl of Clarendon said the matter would rest with the

The Bankruptcy (Scotland) Bill went through committee. , Th® Hay ®od Straw Bill was trod need, and read a first time. The Oxford University Bill went through committee. The Fire Insurance BUI, after some discussion, was read a second time. The Earl of Elgin, moving for certain d
28 May 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LODGINGS.

LODGINGS.

A Widow Lady, residing an airy and moat respectable street, within three doors of Mountjoy-square, receives few select Boarders. Her house is meet comfortably and elegantly Furnished, with all the necessary appointments to table and apartments. This advertisement is well worthy
28 May 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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26 May 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland