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WHY ARE WE SICK?

WHY ARE WE SICK?

IT h»i the lot of the hunten nee weitheA down dUem«e end enlfering. HOLLOWAY'S Pn.Ld ere epeciell.T edepted to the relief the WEAK, the NERVOUS, the DELICATE, the INFIRM, alt climee, ajtei, araea, and conatit utiona. Profraeor Hollowey p. reonell, noperintenda the raaiigfeetore
31 May 1856 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
BF.V MICH AEL COOT IT, OF BIKH.

BF.V MICH AEL COOT IT, OF BIKH.

BF.V MICH AEL COOT IT, BIKH. The Rev. Michael Cr dty formerly Pirish Priest of Birr, whose secession from Catholicity caused a pro-ligious sensation aman y -ars ago, hat ad-lrvjaaad the followrtng lettar to Bis-iop Dnhßn. April 25. 1855. My Lord—lt may aurp ige your Lur.| mp to r
31 May 1856 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
SUMMER SUPPLIES ADDITIONAL ARRIVALS!!

SUMMER SUPPLIES ADDITIONAL ARRIVALS!!

IMMEDIATELY on his arrival from the English ami Irish Markets, SMITH had the pleasure of inviting the attention of the Nubility, Clergy, and Gentlemen of Kerry, to his Magnificent Supply of Summer Apparel. He now takes leave to announce AUDITIOIAL All RIVAL, Also chosen by himse
30 May 1856 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
DUNMORE EAST.

DUNMORE EAST.

fTIO BE LET, Furnished, for the Season, IE/lia L Ballymabin House, containing Drawing Hoora, Parlour, eight Bed Rooms, four Servants’ ditto. Pantries, Larder, and all other apartments necessary for Gentleman’s Family ; with Coach-house, and Stabling for live horses. The house is
30 May 1856 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
I) E A T H S

I) E A T H S

T H S At his residence, Monroe, county Tipperary, Samuel Dickson Power. Esq., J.P., aged & . Wijton square, Dublin, of fever, Richard Bourk**, Esq., eldest son of the Hon. and Rev. George T. B»urke. aa**d yrs. April *2l, t-ea, board the ship Stebouhealh, from Melbourne to London,
30 May 1856 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
sport 'Nflus—passage.

sport 'Nflus—passage.

sport ARRIVED. 94th—Double X, D>yle, Milford, ballast; Wm. Pc-m (s). Fry, J.-verp-'-’l general ; Enterprise, Williams, Swansea, Rui#, culm; Brisk. Harding, Liverpool, ditto, maize, Palace, Him', Lbuieliy, coal and culm ; Jessie, JV-attle, Gh'-stcr, bricks ; Elizabeth, Harlow, Liv
30 May 1856 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
HOW WE ARE TREATED.

HOW WE ARE TREATED.

HOW ARE TREATED. The English Parliament is at present engaged renewing the Crime and Outrage Act" for Ireland —determined that the savage Irish” must branded and degraded. In fact they are treating this country just now to such an act could not and need not exist in any really fr
30 May 1856 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE TO FARMERS.

NOTICE TO FARMERS.

JOHN KENNEDY' having a laree stock of the following Implements, Ac., which is determined sell lor low prices—viz.. Ploughs, Harrows, Grubbers, Scufflers, Double and Single Sowers, Barrel and Box Churns. also recommends those that intend get Thrashing Machines that cm give them s
30 May 1856 - Cork Advertising Gazette - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Office, 2dth May, IShii.

Office, 2dth May, IShii.

removals JAMES FKILL, General Cahinel Maker and T’pkohtrrer. 57, Grand Parade. to inform the Nobility and Gentry the County am! City generally, that takes charge of every thing in connection with REMOVALS, from the breaking to the fullest completion—viz., the taking down Hhnds,
30 May 1856 - Cork Advertising Gazette - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
J. WILLIAMS, COACH BUILDER, {Opposite Hoy,is Hotel,) 74, GEORGE'S STREET, CORK. CIARRIAGES of Every Description Built to Order / the

J. WILLIAMS, COACH BUILDER, {Opposite Hoy,is Hotel,) 74, GEORGE'S STREET, CORK. CIARRIAGES of Every Description Built to Order / the

Materials, and by First-class Workmen, New mud Second-hand Cars, Carriages', &c., for Sale. Repairs and Painting Executed with neatness and despatch. Terms moderate. SELLING OFF ! SELLING OFF ! Hcuteh/ld Furniture, Piano Fortes, Chimney, Pier, and J fretting Glasses, Plated Good
30 May 1856 - Cork Advertising Gazette - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland