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COMMERCIAL INTELIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL INTELIGENCE.

COMMERCIAL W E . -- * - I This has been a fair businesa week, and a large amount, of trnt'ion, ian pfroduce ?? reported. Stocks and shares have not been very brisk,. but maintain theirprices; .The same report'ay be made of the Corn Mrket'. i6ney is abundat, id in great demand, an
16 June 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Shipping.

Shipping.

,?Rlijlplllq. BELFAST, JUNE 14.-Wind, at 3 o'clock, r.3i., N. Weather, at 3 o'clock, I., Showery. First-class steamers will sail hence for Glasgow, via Ardrossan, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 7.5 P.M. First-class steamers (Royal mail) will sail hence for Greenock and Gl
16 June 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
: bis sincere thanks to the Nobility and

: bis sincere thanks to the Nobility and

bis sincere thanks the Nobility and Patriek Beakey, in lerre to Inform them that Intends contlnnlngtnwiness solely on his own account, ondthalhiscxtensivcWarcroomsareat present fully stocked with every article In the Cabinet and I’pholstery line, of the newest, most permanent, an
16 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WILLIAM KEATING CLAY. Solicitor, haring the carriage of the INCUMBERED ESTATES COURT.

WILLIAM KEATING CLAY. Solicitor, haring the carriage of the INCUMBERED ESTATES COURT.

In the Matter of the Estate of the Right Hon. the Karl of I‘ortarlingtoo, and Geo. Lionel Dawson Darner, Owner; James Delany, Petitioner. LOT 2, advertised for sale on the 17th day of June Inst., has been sold by private ■ contract. The remaining lots wIU be disposed on the June
16 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONVERSIONS TO CATHOLICITY,

CONVERSIONS TO CATHOLICITY,

We have just heard the Conversion the Catholic faith the W P Freeman, late Protestant curate of St. Andrews near Plymouth. Mr. Henry Cranmer of Liverpool, and formerly some years a member of the College attached to St. Ninan’s cathedral, Perth, has been received into the Church
16 June 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ASCOT RACES—THE GRAND DAY.

ASCOT RACES—THE GRAND DAY.

Never upon any occasion since the im-mornblo visit of the late Emperor of Russia to Ascot has such intense excitement been manifested throughout the metropolis as on the present. Ascot, even on this (Thursday) the grand day, would be a dull affair, were it not a rule, seldom dep
16 June 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MERCANTILE SALES.

MERCANTILE SALES.

Auction of Sugar, rpRAVERS R. BLACKLEY. Jan., intends offering by J. Auction, at our Office, COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS, on THURSDAY NEXT, the 19th of June, at Two o’clock, 100 Hhds and 30 Barrels Barbsdoes Sugar.—WILLIAM HONE and SON, Brokers.
16 June 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VICTORIA HALL, BELFAST.

VICTORIA HALL, BELFAST.

Jl_ GOM has the honour announce that, on WEDNESDAY Night, his Esliihition will under the distinguished Patronage and the Presence ofhis Worship the Matok of Belfast. S. GETTi, 1.3 Q. M. GOMPERTZ’S PANORAMA OF THE WAR
16 June 1856 - The Ulsterman - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JUNE, 1856.

JUNE, 1856.

THIRST -CLASS STEAMERS SAIL -L to and from BELFAST, noted (Casualties excepted);— Steam to FLEETWOOD—Every Evening at 7-5 o’clock (Sundays excepted), or as soon after ns tide permits. Ketnniing—Every Evening, at or after 7-15 p.m. (Sundays excepted.) June 2d, at 7-15 p.m.; 3d. a
16 June 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
These examples show the Bonus ALREADY DECLARED and ipecti?e amonnta of th« Under the pro- vision made at the iast

These examples show the Bonus ALREADY DECLARED and ipecti?e amonnta of th« Under the pro- vision made at the iast

investigation for the payment of an INTERMEDIATE BONUS, in the case of Policies hecoming Claims by death during the current Septennial period, the whole amounts respectively payable under the above Policies, in the event of the risks now emerging, w-uld be considerably more than
16 June 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland