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THE MOTHER’! rIITB. m noji till wind U Motlilt. Uit to till And, ilia, think that gratia hrotttt la toatad tba atorm main.’ lb* root bar ralaad bar maak bln* ej* from holy book to tbi atonny aky. And dub want .’ar bat braw Ai ib* at boiling dood balow. Bot aba eheckad bar baman
11 June 1856 - Connaught Watchman - Ballina, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SUBSCRIBER 18 NOW BECEIVINO AND OFFEE3 FOB SALE, 80 Whole, Half; and Quarter Chests, First Class Teas; 35 Hhds.

THE SUBSCRIBER 18 NOW BECEIVINO AND OFFEE3 FOB SALE, 80 Whole, Half; and Quarter Chests, First Class Teas; 35 Hhds.

and Tierces Crushed and Refined Sugars ; Drogheda Ale* ( French Brandi**; Port and Sherry toe* And holds 30 Puncheons Grain Whiskey, 30 Tons prime peruvian Guano, W..fc Other article* in the GBOCEBY TRADE, all of which he will dl»po*e of wyModejwte the attentioo of the Public hi
11 June 1856 - Connaught Watchman - Ballina, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
londond:

londond:

8. d. 8. d. Wheat, pr brl,lBolbs39 0 80 0 Oate, pr stone, I4lbs 10 1 11 Oatmeal, pr. 2801bs 28 6 83 6 Barley,prstn,|l4lbs 0 0 0 0 Indian meal, prloadl9 0 20 0 ONE 6. Z, BTC., FOR Dried Hama, per cwt. a. d. ad. 56 0 60 0 70 0 76 0 74 78 0 70 0 76 0 80 0 86 0 [« LAEI FIVE Mesa Por
14 June 1856 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BICHMOND AND CHANDLER

BICHMOND AND CHANDLER

T7ENTURE to assert, that the working qualities of all their Implements will ably sustain the hl«h reputation which they have acquired in the trade, and which cannot fail to ensure their general adoption all parties Interested In the purchase of first-class Implements. A most sat
14 June 1856 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Perry’s Patent Yltrialiied Bane lannre.

Perry’s Patent Yltrialiied Bane lannre.

AMONG numerous testimonials received regarding the A. above Manure, the following, being from different Conntietin Ireland, are submitted COUNTY ANTRIM. From Oeoryt U. O’Connor, Fsg., U. 8., T.0.D., Ac. Ballycastle, November 13th, 1855. Gentlemen,—l have used your vltriolixed Bo
14 June 1856 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WOOL.

WOOL.

irigh.—ln consequence of the mild winter and spring, the clip of this year has tamed oat to be much superior to that of 1855. The close attentioa which is given to improved breeding, is also telling rapidly in the generally improved character of Irish wools. In some districts, e
14 June 1856 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SALE OF HIGH BRED STOCK, ETC.

SALE OF HIGH BRED STOCK, ETC.

On Wednesday next, the 18th idst., and following day Mr. J. J. Tomer will dispose of a quantity of highly bred, stock, farming implements, pigs, poultry, furniture, &c., and the interest in the farm, at Ballytore, the property of Captain Croker, who is going to reside in Dublin.
14 June 1856 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TEING AND CLEANING. WM. PACKER and CO., Ha. 17, LKIN3TER-STRKET, Merrion-eqoara, Beg to inform the Nobility and Gentry, that they

TEING AND CLEANING. WM. PACKER and CO., Ha. 17, LKIN3TER-STRKET, Merrion-eqoara, Beg to inform the Nobility and Gentry, that they

endeavour Dye aad Clean to perfection Satin#, Damask#, Tabourets Taramya, Moreen#, and all kinds of Curtains, Draperies Fringes, Gymp, Ac. Ilia the only beam I reload that can Clean and Renovate those expend Block Fringe*, Bell Pull*, Drop* and Hangers; and a* that desirable obj
14 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EFFECTS OP STRYCHNINE

EFFECTS OP STRYCHNINE

Sir,—lt may not be uninteresting to the public to know that it not uncommon for strydmiua produce inflammation and ulceration of the back part of the tongue and throat; and, in case poisoning sooh Cook's, I should took for the spots of ulceration symptom that had been so poisone
14 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WICKLOW RACKS.

THE WICKLOW RACKS.

rnare on tbia Tory cxoallcntoaarae are Czad taka plane tbia aaaaea aa the 16th and Idh Jaly aaxt. Tha anaagrmanta appear eery Jadiaiana, gtea aalWmcttoa. The Stawarda are Mr. John and Mr. Joha flaatere-Judge, Mr. J. Hunter (Jndgn of tha Canagh Racea). —tha Secretary Hr. Robert B
14 June 1856 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland