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APPETITE AND DIGESTION IMPROVED.

APPETITE AND DIGESTION IMPROVED.

LEA AND PERRINS’ CELEBRATED WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE Imparts the most exquisite relish Steaks, Chop*, and all Roast Meat Gravies. Fish. Game, Soup, Currie#, and Salad, and by Its tonic and Invigorating properties enables the stomach perfectly digest the food Sold the Proprietor*. LE
30 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE OFFICERS HER MAJESTY S FORCES. PORTABLE FURNITURE FOR BARRACK AND CAMP. Gentlemen in or about joining her Majesty’s

TO THE OFFICERS HER MAJESTY S FORCES. PORTABLE FURNITURE FOR BARRACK AND CAMP. Gentlemen in or about joining her Majesty’s

Sendee, are respectfully invited to Inspect our Extensive and varied Stock of PORTABLE FURNITURE, comprising great variety of Drawing-room Suita Beds. Easy Chairs, Toilet Glasses. Wash-stands. Baths, and every other Article of lumituro requisite for the Barrack or Camp. Mess Pla
30 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Age I Per Cent Per Cent When Sam Bonus per Annum the Assured. Assured. Added. lon the Sam Premium I

Age I Per Cent Per Cent When Sam Bonus per Annum the Assured. Assured. Added. lon the Sam Premium I

Assured. Paid. £ , 60-7 35 1000 195 IS<* 46 1-4T 1 418 291 50 944 1 38 1000 191 2.14 , 251 805
30 May 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(advektisbmkrt.] "BOOK DISCORD," PERCY ROBINSON, in two parts. Part Ist may now be had of Mr. H. Mortuombrt and of

(advektisbmkrt.] "BOOK DISCORD," PERCY ROBINSON, in two parts. Part Ist may now be had of Mr. H. Mortuombrt and of

Mr. Wm. Bsilv, Downpatrick; and of all Booksellers, Belfast.
30 May 1856 - Downshire Protestant - Downpatrick, Down, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH CLERGY SONS’ EDUCATION SOCIETY.

IRISH CLERGY SONS’ EDUCATION SOCIETY.

The ford Primate am! the Archbishop of Dublin. AT A MEETING THE COMMITTEE the above Society, held the Society's ;17. Dawson-street, the Venerable the Archdeacon Dublin in the chair, the following letter from the Rev. Doctor Slack poo le, Kingstown, read “ Kingstown School, Nov.
30 May 1856 - Downshire Protestant - Downpatrick, Down, Northern Ireland
 
1, IRISH STREET. DOWNPATRICK.

1, IRISH STREET. DOWNPATRICK.

HARDWARE AND IRONMONGERY WAREHOUSE, SCRIBF.R HAS RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF PATENT AND IMPROVED NCYTHKIt. NTONP. R. ATRICKLES; CAST-STKEL HAY AND DIGGING FORKS, lUAi'cA will dirpoted of on rery moderate terms. ES TATE
30 May 1856 - Downshire Protestant - Downpatrick, Down, Northern Ireland
 
Address, Mr. EDWARD DROWNING, 79, Guilfonl-

Address, Mr. EDWARD DROWNING, 79, Guilfonl-

hO YOU WANT LUXURIANT HAIR, WIIISKERS, Ac. »f tcstinionials prove the almost magical power ELLEN GRAHAM’S NIoUKRENE. In all cases, even where everything else has failed, it will lie found efficacious ncing the hair hen loat either disease or decay, checking premature greyneaa, s
30 May 1856 - Downshire Protestant - Downpatrick, Down, Northern Ireland
 
D UHL IN PROTESTANT ASSOCIATION.

D UHL IN PROTESTANT ASSOCIATION.

(FROM OCR A ork*t agjjrcgalc n»wting of Protrstonla, ooorwed by tli« Committee of the Dublin ProtaUnl Associrtion, held in the Round Room of the Rotundo, on Fridny e»cmn» last, for the purpose of pronouncing upon and taking steps to frustrate the unconstitutional and iniquitous
30 May 1856 - Downshire Protestant - Downpatrick, Down, Northern Ireland
 
-THE SEA-GULL."

-THE SEA-GULL."

Tub foil owing beautiful poem taken from volume recently publuio >l. bring cullertsjo lbs pieces < apern, “Sural uf Uulcford, Dvruo,” by profession, and poet nature■ Swift thy i>.i*«uae from sea, Oft 1 isn. | « e Over thy ilwelhuippUcs. Dear thy nestlings prerioO* to roe (•learn
30 May 1856 - Downshire Protestant - Downpatrick, Down, Northern Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. THE EAST.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. THE EAST.

Mahseillw, Mat —The Thnbor brirg. mtelhgcnccl from Constantinople to the 15th inst. 26.000 troopa-10,000 Turks. 9,000 Enghsh, and 7,000 Sardin.ans-had already taken their departure from the Crimea. There were 17,000 more Tartars about emigrate the Dobrudscha. Many of them would
30 May 1856 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland