Who optional
What else? optional

Choose from our collections

By region

Narrow your search results

By Date
Clear filters
By Access Type
By Place Show filters
By County Show filters
By Newspaper Show filters
By Article type Show filters

Your search returned 1,132 articles

GRATIS :GRA TIS

GRATIS :GRA TIS

GRATIS :GRA Twenty four thousand Library 'Edition *chi receipt of 42 to W pre•p•id. postage tr. ood through ail pr.e. rids OWN HOTOis. • po. ae to to the Torso old, the Ortme. (hy. By • A luorably to unllghte , the In • of knooledg• 'Khasi Chrol. • to& . Rom AND this Work. It eal
28 May 1856 - Munster News - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
SYNOD OF KILLALOS.

SYNOD OF KILLALOS.

The second Synod of the Diocese of Killaloe wet speed on Monday morning. at 10 o'clock. in conformity with the statutes of Thurlse, which pies cribs that. if povaible. s diocesan mynod shall be held every yeasts which the P 1.0,71000 or Nationsl Statutes shall be publialied blng
28 May 1856 - Munster News - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
PALMER'S Tl:!AI.. CONVICTION & SEX [EXCE. TWKLFTH PAT—TIKfcUAY. The tM.rneJ at tea o'cloeV, ~m the iatereat eppeered t re«tet to-dev

PALMER'S Tl:!AI.. CONVICTION & SEX [EXCE. TWKLFTH PAT—TIKfcUAY. The tM.rneJ at tea o'cloeV, ~m the iatereat eppeered t re«tet to-dev

then idv r', occasion. * The Lord Chief Janice commenced saying tb, t , , eJjoarcment of the case yesterday evening concluded t> * evidence tot the pioeecalUn. and that, he conceived, the moat aerious nature. It appeared that in Kovetnu, the prisoner was almoet overwhelmed difll
28 May 1856 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WOODS TO BE SOLD. TE OAK WOODS of BROWNSTOWN and BALL YPIIII.IP of about 10 Acres extent, and of above

WOODS TO BE SOLD. TE OAK WOODS of BROWNSTOWN and BALL YPIIII.IP of about 10 Acres extent, and of above

40 years growth, the_prorty of R. C. Baow CLAYTON, Esq. The above Wooiu are situate within 1 mile of Preshford and 6 miles of Kilkenny, to both of which places there is good land earriage. They will be sold either separately or together, and Tenders in writing will be receased b
28 May 1856 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
CONTRACTS. -- District Lunatic Asylum, CLONSIEL

CONTRACTS. -- District Lunatic Asylum, CLONSIEL

111111 E Goternon of the .boys Asylum will Toni dem on WEDNESDAII, 4th nest, for the supply of the following articles, each being .11k. best setption, for the period of Colander Month., commencing lot Judy, end ending Dee., 1856, to be delirerei at soch times, and in such quanti
28 May 1856 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
Ineumbered-isiiiii in Ireland.

Ineumbered-isiiiii in Ireland.

Ineumbered - isiiiii in Ireland. In the Matter of the E STATE OF JOHN KAVANAGH,' Owner and Petitioner. The will, en TUESDAY, the 101 h day of JUNE, 1858, at the boar of 12 e'Clocet, at Moen, at their Court, No. 14, Henrietta street, Dublin, Sell by Public Auction that part of the
28 May 1856 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

In Fethard, on the 23d May, aged 36 years. William Harden, son of John Harden, and grandson of Wil liact Harden Bradshaw, Esq, late of Summer,ille. Clonmel. May 21, at his residence, 21, Wellington.road, Capf. Nicholas Wade Leslie, late of 11.11's 24th Regiment, IRA son of theis
28 May 1856 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
Dated this th day of April, 1856. The premliea will sold subject to the conditions of sale mentioned In Ibe

Dated this th day of April, 1856. The premliea will sold subject to the conditions of sale mentioned In Ibe

printed rent*L For •arther particular* apply to the Commissioners, their Court, No. 14. Henrletta-slrc.-f. Dublin; THOMAS O. HENRY. Esq., the Affent, or to LEONARD DOBBIN and CO.. Solicitors, haring carriage of the proceedings, No. 27, Gardiner's place, Dublin, by whom proposals
28 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIAGES

MARRIAGES

At Bathwlck. Bath. Archibald Oliver Wood, Esq., Captain Bengal N. 1., eon of the late Colonel William Henville Wood of the same service, to Marta Lydia, daughter of the late Archibald William mane. Esq., formerly Deputy Governor of the Australian Agricultural Company. May 20. at
28 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
These example* show the respective amounts of the llonus albcaot declabxd end VESTED. Under the provision made at the last

These example* show the respective amounts of the llonus albcaot declabxd end VESTED. Under the provision made at the last

investigation for the payment an NT'S. In the case of Policies becoming Claims by death during the current Septennial period, the whole amounts respectively payable under the above Policies. in the event the risks now emerging, would considerably more than those stated in the la
28 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland