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THE BELFAST DAILY MERCURY, FBIDAY. MAY 23. 1856.

THE BELFAST DAILY MERCURY, FBIDAY. MAY 23. 1856.

22 May 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST WAT E R TAX

BELFAST WAT E R TAX

BELFAST WAT E TAX BY VIRTUE OF THE PROVISIONS CONTAINED in an Act passed in the third and fourth years of the Reign of her present Majesty Queen Victoria, entitled Act for the Regulation of Municipal Corporations in Ireland," the BELFAST WATER COMMISSIONERS do hereby give notice,
27 May 1856 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
167 13 5 Smrtrtf Hast

167 13 5 Smrtrtf Hast

167 13 5 Hast T. Shaw, 12 chests tea. F. Green Co., 20 do. H. Black, do. P. Johnston, 17 do. H. Murney & Son, do. F. M'Laughlin, 01 do. J. Halliday & Co., do. Cuming, Bros., 12 do. J. Kavanagh, 4 do. Mathison, Bros., 6 do. E. & G. Pirn, 75 chests tea, bis. 1 csk. cotl'ee. J. & J.
27 May 1856 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PURE LIQUID HAIR DYE

PURE LIQUID HAIR DYE

EMILY DEAN’S TEINTNOIR is the only dye that has received unanimous approval. It is a pure liquid, that changes hair of all colours in three minutes to any shade required, from light auburn to jet black, so beautifully natural as to defy detection. It does not stain the skin, is
27 May 1856 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
p@ 0 M LAW PttOCBBDXNOS

p@ 0 M LAW PttOCBBDXNOS

p@ LAW PttOCBBDXNOS WATERFORD D.VIOtf. At tho usual meeting of tho Guardiana thia union Thursday, the following mombora in attendance was Elliott, Esq., J.P.. (V.C.) in the chair. Hiohtel D. HaMard, J.P. (D.V.C.), S. T. Grubb. Michael Roberta, James Gahan, John Hudson, Wm. Rlain,
24 May 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
WATERFORD MAIL, M»y 24, 1856.

WATERFORD MAIL, M»y 24, 1856.

WATERFORD MAIL, 24, 1856. “The board farourtbly incUned to U>«pr»T«r of memoriml, which *«* .ttongly Urged by Mr. Peet. thbprbss. Mr. Michael Roberts referred to in th. ■Vewj of observations of h.s Isat board day, ut refercnee to the doctors of the establishment. (Mr. R.) Solly d
24 May 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

(Prom the Daily Neieif City Article.) Lowdon, Wednesday Evening. —The Funds, though retaining much firmness, were quoted slightly l)wor this morning, tho recent rise having induced further reactions. Tho reduction, however, did not exceed one-fourth per cent. In tho afternoon th
24 May 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
sail's after Shrewsbury races, rainier called upon m» between two and threoo’elockatmy e, and slg iod a paper requirins pay

sail's after Shrewsbury races, rainier called upon m» between two and threoo’elockatmy e, and slg iod a paper requirins pay

£50!) twooills drawn upon Sarah Palmer. said would pay ms then £5O, and that I should receive cheque through the i>ost for £l5O. I received the cheque produced from Mr. Herring for £450, and paid it hanker’s. letter was read from Palmer to Pratt, in which stated that ho must hav
24 May 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
BT B3TA.X, aSXTSmS PATENT.

BT B3TA.X, aSXTSmS PATENT.

BT B3TA.X, PATENT. PATENT VINEGAR COMPANY are prepared supply the Trade with their Vinegar, which has been analysed 'by John Aldridge. Eaq., M.D., Professor of Chemistry to the Apothecaries’ Hall, and certified him in the highest manner. to iU purity and strength, it is believed
24 May 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
SOUTH AMERICAN MAIL.

SOUTH AMERICAN MAIL.

letters from Teuerlfle of the 3rd of May, mention that the Cadiz, sen-w steamer, 1,800 tons, built Laird, and belonging to the French American Company, has arrived in twenty-one days from liio Labia, Pernambuco, and with 115 passengers, on route to Havre. future the vessels will
23 May 1856 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland