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BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

I BY AGNI'ETIC TELEGRAPH. I FRANCE. The Emperor, who is still engaged in visiting the inunda- tlons, has proceeded, by way of Chbrtres, to Angere, where the dlate quarries are completely destroyed. Ten thousand persors are bouseless, and without work. Fortunatily, the weather is
10 June 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Shi £ \ Hibernian Bank 100 Provincial Bank 100 National Bank 50' Royal Bank 60 National Insurance 250 Patriotic ditto

Shi £ \ Hibernian Bank 100 Provincial Bank 100 National Bank 50' Royal Bank 60 National Insurance 250 Patriotic ditto

100 Mining Co. Ireland... Wicklow Copper Mines. Gen. Min. Co. of Irelnd. 25 City of Dub. Steam Co. 100 Do. do. Do. do. 1836... Steam Ship Build. C 0... Ditto Scrip British and Iriidi Steam. Dublin & Glagow Steam Peninsular Steam New Dublin Consumers’ Gas.
10 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE INUNDATIONS IN FRANCE.

THE INUNDATIONS IN FRANCE.

The Lord Ma>or of London has called a meeting for the purpose of expressing the sympathy of this country for the suffering by the inundations in France. LATEST NEWS FRANCE. The floods which have desolated at least three of the French departments, exercise a fatal influence over
10 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST, TUESDAY.

BELFAST, TUESDAY.

This is Published, g ' Pr'.ce 2s, THE CRi E A 1>; A POEM, Bj STUDENT of Queen - * Colleße, Belfast. Dedicated, by special permiision, to bis Excellency toe Lord Lieutenant. Belfast: SnurnEßD & Aitchisok. 1474 JOHN FINES, Dealer new and second-hand FURNITURE, Nos. 64 and 9, SMITB
10 June 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE BELFAST DAILY MERCURY.

THE BELFAST DAILY MERCURY.

BKLFAST; Printed and Published the Offices, & 6, WINKCELLAR ENTRY, by the Proprietors, JAMES SIMMS and FREDERICK FEHRAH. *
10 June 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
STANDARD tlF* ASSURANCE COMPANY. Estabumkd 1835. Acts Pabuamkiit. ,8. GEORGE-STREKT. Umd Office. IXtSDON Bf, Kino Wiluax-Stbkkt. DUBLIN 66, Sacktillß'Strkkt. GLASGOW

STANDARD tlF* ASSURANCE COMPANY. Estabumkd 1835. Acts Pabuamkiit. ,8. GEORGE-STREKT. Umd Office. IXtSDON Bf, Kino Wiluax-Stbkkt. DUBLIN 66, Sacktillß'Strkkt. GLASGOW

85, St. Vibcbjit-Flack. THE NEW BUSINESS trad Meted this Company y«ar 1855 was ftraaler tbaa that of any other Lift Office in Great Britain, the Aaaaranom accepted (be |V,rectors in that year baring amonnUd to 609,823/. It U TfIE EXISTING ASSURANCE" exceed Fire and a Half MllUoe
10 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE—TUB INUNDATIONS.

FRANCE—TUB INUNDATIONS.

Tbe eubecripltane for Iho rrlief of the sufferers tlreedy uaaant Tlie Bank Franco the Credit Mehi ior hero elreedr etrcu etch, 100,OOOf.: Benm Roihsehild, 40,000f.; pHae* Jerotoe, 10,0001) tad Mapuisoa,
10 June 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
APPVLLATE JURISDICTION Bltl.

APPVLLATE JURISDICTION Bltl.

The motion for the third reading of the Appellate Jurisdiction Bill was oppoacd liy Lords Oenmnn. Clancarty, Wicklow, and the Marquir of Cianrieo’de. hut was carried on division to ; majority, 4ft. The bill was accordingly read a third time, and after brief discussion, the house
10 June 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
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* FAT, per M. stone' While.... Red I: I.KY. per hrl. 16atones .. Grinding........ I if, per hrl. atones (new) .... . . Grey V I persnek, *2O stones] Inferiors VIKA 1., per Ton -\ nor I. stones.. KI'IN’ Prennied F. 0. U. NEW. s*. <1 ». d. 6.. H6 i* ' ot.n. s. «. d ||o 0..41 137 0
10 June 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland