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THE CBLSBBATRD THOBOUOH-BRBD 80888

THE CBLSBBATRD THOBOUOH-BRBD 80888

TOUVO TBABAWAT. WVL STAND U>to SEASON CLONMEL— Vnm IS .‘CTock SatuAaj, aatU o'clock on Moadojr,—on nbldi daj bovill karo for CAHIR, nbtro bo will roMla natil XS o’clock on Tncodov. In CASHEL op to o'clock on WodMokny, and fitna I liaooc, oanunotoj, to KILLEN AULB, 1* eX3o* Thond
13 June 1856 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONCERT

THE CONCERT

Wa iaaart iaaaatbar eeiaeta tbs programaie the samart, adrsTtissd of la aoaaaetlea with the i T- shew at the Hortienltmal BaaMy, «a Tueaday reaaiaf, the *4th last Whaa it is kaswa that the artist's are Him CMiaa sad Him PaiUeiar, Maaar*. Oaary, (PRaarka, Bmilh, sad Lsry, the foe
13 June 1856 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
UIK CABOAD AHBAIN AU. lOM MARA.

UIK CABOAD AHBAIN AU. lOM MARA.

Ream, tha Mhnriag trualatkra * aUat, marba tha maa, eAaaly, SO bold Mariam. Hera, sad tala of ahipwrteb, bappaaad, andaabtadly, at aama rary nxMta pariod, ea thio aaaat It appaara that tha bodlca of SR only, of the oraw. ware raeooaaad lha Oooaa, da coot ted la aaagiaoa, aa tha
13 June 1856 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
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13 June 1856 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
v PARTNERSHIP. The law of partnership, or, to speak more general!}' of commercial association, is an important branch of the

v PARTNERSHIP. The law of partnership, or, to speak more general!}' of commercial association, is an important branch of the

commercial code, and would be so in the healthiest state of society. Like the human frame, however, it studied chiefly with regard to its disorders mid abuses, and explored in the process of dissolution. Were it not tnat creditors continually appeal our courts to discover the pe
10 June 1856 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE TRUE MERCANTILE CHARACTER.

THE TRUE MERCANTILE CHARACTER.

The true merchant must not only have an adaptation, but he must be educated to perform the duties of his profession, and should embrace them, because he has a liking for them above the duties of any other calling. However assiduous he may be either one depaitment of mercantile l
10 June 1856 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE INDUSTRY OF GLASGOW

THE INDUSTRY OF GLASGOW

Nothing connected with the industry of the present century, abounding it does with prodigies of human effort, remarkable the progress of the eottun trade in Great Britain. It is unprecedented in the history of the world. Immense as are the extent ami importance of the trade at t
10 June 1856 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW TEA AND COFFEE. OWING TO THE ARRIVAL OF TEA, ri-ecntly Imported, I c«n with confidence re- I|ue9t Families, whoso

NEW TEA AND COFFEE. OWING TO THE ARRIVAL OF TEA, ri-ecntly Imported, I c«n with confidence re- I|ue9t Families, whoso

aim Quality and Economy, test tlio Tea now sold by me at 4» 4d. Ju,t to hand, a parcel of COtFEL, which, for richno-, and purity, will boar the closest test—ls 8J per lb. JOSEPH ANDERSON, 125, Nobth-Stbest.
13 June 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CLEARED.

CLEARED.

From Gibraltar, on the 30th ultimo, the Mary Stewart, and the Maid of the Mill. Bedford, both for Cork. CASUALTIES. Portrush. June B.—'l be Hope, Hill, of Belfast, from Liverpool Balling, with Indian corn, put here to-day leaky the leak has been discovered, and she will probably
13 June 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST MEDICAL SOCIETY.

BELFAST MEDICAL SOCIETY.

The thirty-third dinner of the members of this learned and important professional society took place, on Tuesday, in the Done-gall Arms Hotel. Cover® wore laid for twenty-six. Amongst those present were; —Dr. Stephenson, Professor Burden, Queen’s College; Dr. M Gee, President th
13 June 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland