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THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

NEW YORK MARKET REPORT May 12, The news brought from Britain the America and Atlantic impaited more life to our market than we hate lately seen. The business in grain has been restricted only on account of the tery small quantity of sound shipping qualities offering. Of flour co
28 May 1856 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
tit ILLIAM J. TTNDAL, MILITARY, HUNTING. AND GENERAL BOOT MAKER; 62, GRAFTON-STREET, Patronized the Nobility, Gentry, and Garrison of Ireland.

tit ILLIAM J. TTNDAL, MILITARY, HUNTING. AND GENERAL BOOT MAKER; 62, GRAFTON-STREET, Patronized the Nobility, Gentry, and Garrison of Ireland.

* W. J. TYNDAL, in returning his sincere thanks to bis numerous friends and customets, begs assnro them that shall endeavour to merit continuance their favours, by executing his work m the best style and rntlr his characteristic'' punctuality and despatch. This establiakmont Is
28 May 1856 - The Advocate: or, Irish Industrial Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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28 May 1856 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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28 May 1856 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
australiav mails

australiav mails

PASSAGE MONEY £l4 UPWARDS
28 May 1856 - Connaught Watchman - Ballina, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
linn (oh—r.) tha part of Iri.h horoio o.tioo. ««d lh»t therefore .houlJ p*— » the previous question, and refuse to

linn (oh—r.) tha part of Iri.h horoio o.tioo. ««d lh»t therefore .houlJ p*— » the previous question, and refuse to

entertain the motion st all (loud Thus would the question mot tho British Government was properly animated. But matter what the Government did, be trusted that their representativea would forget the rights of Irish Protestant*. hoped that they would stand on the fifth article aa
28 May 1856 - Connaught Watchman - Ballina, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
gold mines.

gold mines.

-<■•»; .„d n.. fieW f- «>.epri« “P*" “> ,,W “■> ‘- ros?aou ° ,mm *.«°p»y i. .« .a tor p.rpo.. of ' wotkingih*" Oiidrtt* , !‘r.Th^lo. o in« W ra i i n .* “nd“«lo. It h»« lonj b««n an aatabliahed fact, ,rp.0di..1.» at th. -«“3 «.C “in ‘iob*^ i» -bi.b tkay f«ud intba mint, and. aft
28 May 1856 - Connaught Watchman - Ballina, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
ORDINARY PROCEEDINGS.

ORDINARY PROCEEDINGS.

A letter was read from the Registrar General requesting the cooperation oflheOuardians facilitating the labours of the Enumerators when collecting information the extent tillage and the number live slock in the several Electoral Divisions of the Union. A letter was read from Mr.
28 May 1856 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
■tata or xan aooan.

■tata or xan aooan.

Baemlninir item weak Admitted during the week barged Died .... In Infirmary ... In Ferer Hoepital In Luna tie Warda Total on 24th May, 1856, - Corresponding week, 1865 Demaw .... Average coat of Hall diet for each pauper 7 In Infirmary . . . . 2a In Fever Hoepital - - 3a General
28 May 1856 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
master’s REPORT.

master’s REPORT.

The Master has to report that David •Hickey, a -irapleton, broke a pane glass the 15th imt. That be (the Mas'er) admitted a case small pox to the Hospital the 14tli inst., from tow n. That on the inst., had from the ‘tore extra bread and milk to Cushinstown for the children and
28 May 1856 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland