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SPORTING ASCOT HEATH RACES, TCESDAT.

SPORTING ASCOT HEATH RACES, TCESDAT.

Tub opening of the Staines and Wokingham Railway has destroyed to a certain extent the ” glories” of what racing-men call •* Aristocratic Ascot.” occasioned the display of carriages on the Heath to be considerably diminished, and altogether it caused the meeting assimilate in ch
13 June 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BRAZILIAN MAIL.

THE BRAZILIAN MAIL.

The Tamar arrived at Southampton, last evening, with South American mails of the following dales;— Buenos Ayres, April 30; Monte Video, May 3; Rio Janeiro, 15; Bahia, 18; Pernambuco, 20; St Vincent, Teneriffe, 31; Madeira, June 2; Lisbon, 6. The Tamar brings 125 passengers. The
10 June 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

(From the City Article in the Times of Yesterday.) Saturday Evening. The unprecedented increase the bullion shown by the last bank retarn created very favourable effect today in the money market. The loan and revenue payments during the present week will cause large absorption o
10 June 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
D»nt and his wifa towardi hor. He stated that the reasons given by the deceased him for leaving so trifling

D»nt and his wifa towardi hor. He stated that the reasons given by the deceased him for leaving so trifling

bequest to the impognant as he received ander the will in question were, that he had treated her with harshness and nnkindness, had got her sign documents which would not permit her to see, and under which she believed intended to claim more property than she wished to giro him,
10 June 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OUR CONTEMPORARIES.

OUR CONTEMPORARIES.

In all probability we shall soon sco among General Sir William Fenwick Williams, of Kars. Such is by Royal patent—but it needed cot this well-merited guerdon to make sure how he would be designated, far as concerns the place from which his title is derived. He was certain to be
10 June 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DR. BATCHELOURS NERVO-ARTERIAL ESSENCE AND PILLS.

DR. BATCHELOURS NERVO-ARTERIAL ESSENCE AND PILLS.

WANTED, within short distance Waterford, in iraall regular family, a Steady, A dire, Middle-aged Woman, who i« giK>d plain Cook ; would take charge of Small Dairy, and make herself generally uaeful. Apply at Mcaare. JACOB ami SOS, Merchants. Quay, Walerfoid, on Wednesday neat, b
12 June 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THANKS

THANKS

The Trpnenrer of th<» Tri dLarfan Orphan thankfully ap’tno’rle re* tho receipt of 1, restitution »ney froui Dr. Elliott, per the bamU of Roman Catholic Clergyman. Birtfyd, marriages, anO Deaths.
14 June 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
TO LADIES.

TO LADIES.

AVOID Tight Lacing and try William Carter’s Elasti# Bodice, 2s. lid. t» 12s. 6d., with patent front fasicnintr*. Ladies* Expanding Self.lacing Stays, l(k to 17s. fid., unfastened laced in moment. Paris Wove Stay;*, is. lid. to 14s. Gd., the latter price being Werlev’s very best;
14 June 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
Ga. SHOOTING VESTS.

Ga. SHOOTING VESTS.

6a. WALKING VESTS.
14 June 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
COOX ASS TBOXOVOK SSSVAI3T.

COOX ASS TBOXOVOK SSSVAI3T.

COOX ASS TBOXOVOK WANTED, within »rt distante of Waterford, in a small regular family, a Steady, AHi ve, Middle*aged Woman, who a good plain Cook would take charge Smill Dairy, and make herself Apnly ot*°Me«Br«. JACOB and SOX, Merchants’- Quay, Waterford, ou Wednesday next, betwe
14 June 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland