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consider it bdlim* dufeu. I h»T« nothing no much •ince that hunt h*d in m» midshipman'* j«ck®t, waa paid off

consider it bdlim* dufeu. I h»T« nothing no much ���ince that hunt h*d in m» midshipman'* j«ck®t, waa paid off

in the Dido. We pnllra under the Sampson for protection, hut it was some lime before ehe could thunder them into ■ilcnca.” He was next present at the reduction of Redout Ksleh Sir E. Lyons. In the month June hi* commission lieutenant rewarded him for his conduct Odessa, and waa
29 May 1856 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DENMARK AND THE UNITED STATES.

DENMARK AND THE UNITED STATES.

The Pott According to the information from Washingum, >lr. Marcy, the of Stale, has refused give the American ships any instructions respecting the payment of the Sound dues, leaving it to the discretion of every master passing the Sound or the Belt pay the dues or not. THE COCR
29 May 1856 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE JUDGE'S CHARGE.

THE JUDGE'S CHARGE.

Tut Court opened this morning ten o’clock. The same intense interest was manifest both within and with■ut the Court the result the trial. By nine o'clock that porli-n »>f the Court appropriated to the public was densely i-rowded, and there were several gentlemen and noblemen the
29 May 1856 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REMOVAL OF PALMER FROM NEWGATE.

REMOVAL OF PALMER FROM NEWGATE.

REMOVAL PALMER FROM NEWGATE. At twenty minutes to eight o’clock last night, Palmer was brought out and placed in a cab, which, after the entrance of Mr. Weatberbead, the governor, and two officers. drove off. At the station Palmer was recognised. The instant he arrived he was thr
29 May 1856 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PATRONS.

PATRONS.

Lord Fermoy, The Major, The High Sheriff; Lieut.-General Sir Joseph G.C.8., Hear-Admit si Sir Henry Chads, K.C.8., Sir Thomas Tobin, D.L., Sir William Hackett, The O’Donovan, Montpellier, Major-General Mansel, K.H., Godfrey Baker, Esq., FortwilHam, R. D. Beamish, Esq., Ditcfaley
29 May 1856 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
| TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers who have not yet discharged the accounts with which they have recently been are requested to

| TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers who have not yet discharged the accounts with which they have recently been are requested to

do without delay. It is most unreasonable to impose on the trouble—the unpleasantness and expense of repeated applications. Subscribers who may desire to remit the amount of their accounts Post-ojpcc or other Orders, will please make them payable to Andrew M'Doxnell. PRICES OP B
29 May 1856 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE LET,

TO BE LET,

THE HOUSE AND DEMESNE of ABDMANA, situate near the Village Skull. The Demesne contains about 18 Acres, and is nicely Planted, the House and Offices are Large and Cormnodions, and will given in good order. Ardmana Is close to Skull Harbour, and commands beautiful View of the Bay
29 May 1856 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ANN Ala SAILORS' HOKE BALL WILL take place the ATHENEUM WEDNESDAY, the of JUNE next, under the following distinguished

THE ANN Ala SAILORS' HOKE BALL WILL take place the ATHENEUM WEDNESDAY, the of JUNE next, under the following distinguished

Patronage:— PATRONESSES. Fennoy, Mrs. Cronin Coltsraac, Mra. Fitzgibbon, Lady Mrs. Bring, Mayoress, Mrs. Fane, Lady Lyons, Sirs. Glasgow, Lady Thackwell, Mrs. Hadden, Lady Chads, Mrs. F. Leahy, Lady Tobin, Mrs. Longfield, Lady Hackett, Mrs. Morris, Madame O'Donoran, Mrs. Morrogh
29 May 1856 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
New Life Seimuse.

New Life Seimuse.

New Life Pe-,ione eosin.. to loonier their liven are onntetinves t. m &nag that. after overtaken by aim teat he unnhle to pay the Premien,* a. they felPet.. The of co.- to meet 'nett tete., grit alto to peivoie e the .eippert of assurer* in oil a:e. reuse." a to he coortrueted, s
29 May 1856 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
WILLIAM PALMER. The of Palmer will ever unit among the MOh:a. diu the criminal we cnls of Furope. The pasition

WILLIAM PALMER. The of Palmer will ever unit among the MOh:a. diu the criminal we cnls of Furope. The pasition

of the criminal, the by which his fit purl.. was o npiished, the of puLlic iodiguati it excited, rendering necesmry an Act of Parliament to remove the prisoner for trial t. the nietropul:c the pulshe interests and scientific (medians involved in the wane,— the time - twelve days
29 May 1856 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland