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THE PACTOEIIII BILL.

THE PACTOEIIII BILL.

On ,be motion tot goistd auto contain/a on the Feetoties B.li. Mr.COBBETT objected to the measure, and moved that the Boise go cumad t,e on that day six months. Oa a divuion, the original motion was carried hy 109 to 33. and the House accordingly went into coromittve. Mr. COBBET
29 May 1856 - Leitrim Journal - Carrick-on-Shannon, Leitrim, Republic of Ireland
 
BALL AT ST. CLOUD.

BALL AT ST. CLOUD.

BALL ST. CLOUD. The Timtt corresjmndent of Friday evening ssya —The Emjieror gave ball last night St. Cloud. 1 allude to it the more fur tbe purpose of remarking the exaggerated reports which have teen fur some time past current respecting the health of the Empress than for anyth
29 May 1856 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

The whole the troop, i , , arms at noon on Thursday (thi* day), in o rne, respective garrisons tjuartcrs.and -re firaa rounds on* o’clock, in honour of her llt** birthday. The Field will fire 2| their scapectiro stations. fi^K
29 May 1856 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
In the Matter of

In the Matter of

the Matter of Gkokoe N. Dunk, Petitioner; William (ieorof. and Jomas Dunn W’alton, Amd the Court of Chancery Regulation Act, 1850, sec. 15. J Solicitor, Wm, Thomas ■"'fbh, 101, Slrwl, DuKlin. the amount and particulars of their several demands,(accompanied in case of simp e contr
29 May 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HEALTH AND LONG LIFE

HEALTH AND LONG LIFE

ERJOTCD BT TUB USk <• itWl», 1.1.'K the Safest and most effectual lions, Ti.-: * * r d ra,,- -’*'ment of the bodily funcr,ourka|. . * curative qualities are equally ttoriy 0 r . is eMablisheil on the testi■Mr. .Mau“Tc* i di •' ' from i uii’.li.l , , '‘ l ' 'r*' l - lv, ' P l . s
29 May 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE.

NOTICE.

The Cork Steam Ship Company and the Bristol General Steam VanigafloH Company trill only receive and corn/ Goods subject *o. and upon the express terms of their refyiectire Notices of Cte A and December, 1804, already Published, and to be obtained at their Offices. Cabin Fare to
29 May 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
YESTERDAY’S CORN MARKET

YESTERDAY’S CORN MARKET

B«rr«ls. Currency. White Wheat M to 0«i —«od—2oSt. Red Wheat.. 00« Ditto nos o-l 0,1 - Od—2o St. Ditto OOd o<l *>o9 rtd' Barley 40 Ditto !8* 0.1 Oil 0.1—16 Do Ditto JO* 0.1 OOs Oil Oats ..tuts (Hi o>s 0.11 67 Ditto 13* 6-1 to 15? Cd 14-Oa—U Ditto oO< 0.1 to 00* Od' Firmer ... 00
29 May 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BRADFORD WOOL MARKET

BRADFORD WOOL MARKET

May 22. —The prices sought by the staplers are 100 high for the trade, and the spinners buy* very sparingly. The stock in the market not an average, and until the weekly markets and country fairs open, the supply is not likely to materially augmented.
29 May 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LEEDS WOOL MARKET

LEEDS WOOL MARKET

Friday, May 23.—Sales of wool continue limited to the supply manufacturers’ immediate wants: prices are lirtn at last week’s rates. YORK WOOL MARKET. Thursday, May 22.—At this our second market for the new clip had only a few sheets of wool, ami but one buyer—Mr Varley. Under th
29 May 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FOREIGN CORN TRADE.

THE FOREIGN CORN TRADE.

Finer weather appeared, the flour market at Paris has receded about 3f per sack; the last quotations beinar 92f per sack of 157 kilos for the four marks, equal to 59« per sack English of 280lbs—bo»h for present de. livery, well through June and July; though holders some instance
29 May 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland