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PUBBLII 'ION ISTA ;VaTal ~te1IX CenDr.DB. he jA L er' Re~3 ~NWAD.P. JO2]N blGLL~~pN IhU~eRXT, andeean Danrte posit To h ea had atStocS of ?? Bound Booksellers at W AnuL ABMv O P N T H M F. MAY To be bad of JLHtI MIJLLANY. pinter a"d Publhe her of 0ithooic orscorntter iofrlatue ??
28 May 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WEDNESDAY EVIXING, MAY 28, 1818. THIS DAY'S NEWS. BY NIGRETIC TELEGRAPH. MORNING FZLPRESEL LONDON, THIS DAT, MAT 28 REMOVAL OF PALMER TO NEWOATE.

WEDNESDAY EVIXING, MAY 28, 1818. THIS DAY'S NEWS. BY NIGRETIC TELEGRAPH. MORNING FZLPRESEL LONDON, THIS DAT, MAT 28 REMOVAL OF PALMER TO NEWOATE.

WEDNESDAY EVIXING, MAY 28, 1818. THIS DAY'S NEWS. BY NIGRETIC TELEGRAPH. MORNING FZLPRESEL LONDON, DAT, MAT 28 REMOVAL OF PALMER TO NEWOATE. MAY 28th. At twenty minutes to eight o'clock night Palmer wes brought out and placed in • cab, which, after the entrance of Mr. Weatherhead
28 May 1856 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
LOT No. 4.

LOT No. 4.

One unaivieed third part of the Demesne of Bishops. hall, situate in the Barony of Ida and County of Kilkenny, held in Fee-simple, containing Ma tr 18p, statute measure, and producing the uct yearly rent or £49 6d. LOT No: 6. Part of the Townland of Ratlieulliheen, in the Barony
28 May 1856 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
CfTT. T Securities been done present pi The Th the 117. The pm; Bonds havt to par. pm. Business tent,

CfTT. T Securities been done present pi The Th the 117. The pm; Bonds havt to par. pm. Business tent,

and p Foreign 18ft2. 96| : Russian, JJew Def-4 per Cenl Cent, 95}. The Kail quotations has been There lotions are Joint Hon, but pi The deal the mual e Thrkk »4J6 4}l The folio and Storks Urdioar dooian, 6! Great Sou' 7 • North W,
28 May 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
British. 1 per Cer Annuitie'

British. 1 per Cer Annuitie'

28 May 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DENMARK AND THE UNITED STATES.

DENMARK AND THE UNITED STATES.

The Post says, according to the latest information from Washington. Mr Marcy, the Secretary of State, has refused to give the American ships any iustruations respecting the payment of the Sound Dues, leaving it to the discretion of every master passing the Sound or the Belt to p
28 May 1856 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
STRABANE*

STRABANE*

VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY FOR SALE BY AUCTION. THE Valuable Concerns of the late Mr. H. Fortin, in Strabane, consisting of Two eieellent Dwelling-Houses, on tbs Derry rosd, with eapaeious Stores, Kilns, and Yard, on tbs Canal Basin. The whole, held in Perpetuity, under the Marq
28 May 1856 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
NOTICE TO TENANTS.

NOTICE TO TENANTS.

THE General Agent of the HON. Ihe IRISH SOCIETY will attend at the OFFICE, MARKET-STREET, LONDONDERRY, receive the RENTS duetotheSoeiotv on the March last, on the following days, vi*.:— MONDAY the of JUNE. TUESDAY the 3d of JUNE. WEDNESDAY the 4ihof JUNE. And the OFFICE. COLERAI
28 May 1856 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
CONVEYANCE OF MAILS.

CONVEYANCE OF MAILS.

In reply to Mr. Macartney, Mr, WILSON said, that all the tenders for tbe convey anre mails between England and the Australian Colonies that were »ent in, March last, bad been rejected, bat had Irtely been communication with persona connected with the Colonies, and new conditions
28 May 1856 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
answers to correspondents

answers to correspondents

A respected correspondent is of opinion that we ought have indicated tbe particular guardians of the Kilkenny Union who were in favour of the cruel proceedings upon which we felt it onr duty comment our last publication. does not convince that such course would be either proper
28 May 1856 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland