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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INVTELLIGENCE. EPSOII RACES-YESTERDAY. (BY BtAGNSTIO THERGRPI') THE DERBY. Ellington ?? ?? ?? .. Yellow Jack . .. . ;. . . 2 Canoble ?? ?? . ?? ;, a 94 rar. The following ran-Wentaworth. Fezz iletto, Artillery. Colic. wold, Fly by Nigbt, Prince, Mr. Verdant Green, Vander
29 May 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PEARCE and COUrZ ? *. CARRI AGE BUILDERS. SADDLERS, and HARNESSMAKERS, 102, 103, and 104, LONGACRE, LONDON.— description of fashionable

PEARCE and COUrZ ? *. CARRI AGE BUILDERS. SADDLERS, and HARNESSMAKERS, 102, 103, and 104, LONGACRE, LONDON.— description of fashionable

and useful CARRIAGES, SADDLERY, HARNESS, for home or foreign use, manufactured in the best seasoned materials, aud the roost eipericnccu workmen, under their own supcrintendt-oce. The advantage of uslug highly-seasoned timber in manufacture of carriages need only mentioned the f
29 May 1856 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
HENRY J. MORTON & CO., GALVANIZED IRON WORKS, 2, Basinghall Buildings, rabove the Saving,- Bank,) LEEDS. tonplM Ina kMt>; Mills.

HENRY J. MORTON & CO., GALVANIZED IRON WORKS, 2, Basinghall Buildings, rabove the Saving,- Bank,) LEEDS. tonplM Ina kMt>; Mills.

Houhs, Shads, Farm Buitdmfs, *c.. Used coni|>liU. Motirs. Morton sad Co. have bad man; je M - esperienea la the rrectioa of these Roofs, and confident!, recommend their Self, supporting Iron Roofs as the most economical nan GALVANIZED In* l«*wt mI "-Hhip. For Export (o the Culon
29 May 1856 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
any further bonus to declared in future. the case the third Policy, to which there are additions 4074, 12a 3d,

any further bonus to declared in future. the case the third Policy, to which there are additions 4074, 12a 3d,

the member, on surrendering these, might either receive sum 238'. 12a In cash, or might have aU future premiums exigible in terms the policy reduced from the original amount of 314 6d «. 2s. Or agate, he might, renouncing right to 2044 of the bonus, have the premiums exigible in
29 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LONDON ASSURANCE I A.D. 1720. FOR LIFE, FIRE. AND MARINE ASSURANCES. Head Ofice —.Vo, 7, ROY.iL EXCHANGE, Corm-kUL Samuel

THE LONDON ASSURANCE I A.D. 1720. FOR LIFE, FIRE. AND MARINE ASSURANCES. Head Ofice —.Vo, 7, ROY.iL EXCHANGE, Corm-kUL Samuel

Grcgsnn, Esq., M.P., Governor. John Aires Arbothnot, Esq , Sub-Governor. John Akx. Hankry, Esq., Deputy-Governor. Nathaniel Alexander, Esq. Richard Baggallaf, E*q. Edward Ham age, Esq. Louis Hath, Esq. William King, Emj. Charles Lyall, Esq. John Ord, Eaq. David Powell, Fjq. G. R
29 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Lot No. B.—Consists of other portions of said lands of Tollaroe and Qoerin, held under the eame tenure Lot No.

Lot No. B.—Consists of other portions of said lands of Tollaroe and Qoerin, held under the eame tenure Lot No.

2, containing 454 a. 2b. 34p., statute measure, and producing net yearly rent or value 3a Id. Lot No. 4—Consists of part of said lands of Querin, held under fee-farm grant, containing 42a. Or. 16p., statute measure, and producing net yearly rent value of 26/. Od. Dated this 2611
29 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS- THE AMERICAN DISPUTE.

LATEST NEWS- THE AMERICAN DISPUTE.

The Times remarks that the American question assumes month by month with each interchange of communications between the two. 'Governments a more serious, a more anxious, a more threatening aspect, and that the same mode as was adopted for settling the Oregon disagreement should
29 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PORTRAIT OP BARON PENNEPATHBR.

PORTRAIT OP BARON PENNEPATHBR.

PORTRAIT BARON PENNEPATHBR. The interest excited the exhibition Barton’* portrait of the venerable Baron Pcnnefathor, which nnalne for day two lunger Mr. CranfieM**, prior It* de- Into the hand* the engraver, may be ettlmated from the number of visitor* who have called see it, an
29 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PRESENT FASHION

PRESENT FASHION

Bonnets on the shoulders, Koso up to the sky ; Belli hands full of flounces. Hailed la Shang high ; Underskirts bespstlered, Look amsiing neat; All your silks get " watered Sweeping down the street. A i'ickey, who was selling nag to gentleman, freouently observed that was Aonref
29 May 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ITALIAN QUESTION.

THE ITALIAN QUESTION.

Pott publishes leading article, apparently with the vkw of putting damper on the public excitement. There is bt present (it rays) no crisis whatever affairs* though undoubtedly things tre working on towards a crisis and catastrophe, if better influences not length prevail.” Tho
29 May 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland