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SHOWER, HIP, AND SPONGE BATHS.

SHOWER, HIP, AND SPONGE BATHS.

JEDMUNDSON and CO. desire to call atten• tion to their magnificent assortment of every description of Baths, for the display of which they have devoted one of their large new Show-rooms. J. E. and Co. would also specially allude to their Stock of Iron Bedsteads, of every size an
24 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MUSICAL BA RGA I N S

MUSICAL BA RGA I N S

MUSICAL BA I kemoval. J announce Sat he I KEMOVING from his rOLLTO&GKEEIfand^CHURCiI-LANE, M Sn.“S mil,l.. -vs sS‘ »»• street.
03 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BANK OF An account, pursuant to the the week ending Saturday, May ENGLAND. i Act 7 and Viet., cap. 32,

BANK OF An account, pursuant to the the week ending Saturday, May ENGLAND. i Act 7 and Viet., cap. 32,

for y 24, 1856 ■AKTMKNT. Govt, debt Other securities, Gold Coin and Bullion Silver Bullion issue Notes issued £24,413,875 £11,015,100 3,450,900 £24,413,875 BANKING D 1 Proprietors’ capital £14,653,000 Rest 3,254,763 Public deposits (including Exchequer, Savings Banks, Commission
03 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING POST, SATURDAY, JUNE 1L1856.

THE DUBLIN EVENING POST, SATURDAY, JUNE 1L1856.

commixioner. were Sir M. S. Stewart, Sir John torbes,, I,ord Dunlo, M. Lavergue, Count Kergorlay, and many | other*. The fir»t prize* only were distributed yesterday, and when we mention that this occupied nearly four hours, some idea may be formed of the number of medals delive
14 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INCUMBEUED ESTATES COl

INCUMBEUED ESTATES COl

In the Matter of 2, advertised foithe Estate of J-A Sale on the 17th day of The Right Honourable the June instant, Karl of Portarlmgton, HAS BEEN SOLD and (icorgc Lionel Daw- PRIVATE CONTRACT, son Darner, The remaining Itota wi I Owners be disposed of the 1 James Delany, of JUNE
14 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EXTENSIVE WARLIKE PREPARATIONS.

EXTENSIVE WARLIKE PREPARATIONS.

The Morning Post of yesterday contains the following account of the state of our relations with the United States. It is still less pacific in tone than the Times of the preceding day, which had intelligence to the same effect. If, as appears to the general belief, the Morning P
14 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MU. DISRAELI AISD HIS “FRIENDS."

MU. DISRAELI AISD HIS “FRIENDS."

We find by the division lists that Mr. Diseaeli, Monday, voted with the Ayes, and against Sir F. Thesigee’s amendment to the Oath of Abjuration Bill. The only other members of his party who appear to have gone into the same lobby with him were Mr. Edwaeb Ball, Mr. C. R. Colville
14 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
lANCERY,

lANCERY,

CREDITORS, LEGATEES, MBRANCERS. X HEREBY require all I Persons claiming to be Creditors of John Dillon, late of Rathmines, in the County of Dublin, deceased, on or before the 22d day of June, 1856, to furnish in writing to Richard 80, Rridc-street, or to William Dillon, of 16, C
10 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Griffith’s Valuation.

Griffith’s Valuation.

19 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY CHURCIL

CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY CHURCIL

THOMAs'sCUATTON, Secretary, Catholic University. THE attention of the Catholic Hierarchy and Clercy is respectfully requested to the CLERICAL OUTSIDE COAT, Suited to the present season. Trice Twenty Shillings, Invented by JAMES DEL ANY and CO., Clerical Tailors, 19 20, WESTMOHLA
21 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland