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WEEKLY MARKET NOTE.

WEEKLY MARKET NOTE.

DRaWN UP BY A CoMMITTER OF TILE l.INrN TRADE-, AP- POINTED UNDER T1lle SANCTION OF THll. BELFAST CHIAMIBER OF COMMERCE Belfast, Monday Evening. Flax-We continue to have showery weather, and the growing crop is almost universally reported to progress well. By a statement of the s
17 June 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MONEY MARKET AND SHARES. THE WEEK. Tuna. Fi'.id. Sat.

MONEY MARKET AND SHARES. THE WEEK. Tuna. Fi'.id. Sat.

17 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
QUEEN’S COURT

QUEEN’S COURT

The Court arrived in Loudon, Saturday afternoon, from Windsor. The Queen and Prince, with Prince Frederick William of Prussia, the Regent of Baden, and the junior members of the Royal Family, travelled by the Great Western Railway.
17 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THK DUBLIN KVKNIN(} i'OST, TUESDAV, JI'NL 17, l<s >()

THK DUBLIN KVKNIN(} i'OST, TUESDAV, JI'NL 17, l<s >()

THK DUBLIN KVKNIN(} i'OST, TUESDAV, JI'NL 17, l<s 77~~ «iw ..id included tl»o order i having thn carriage tlic proceedings, or as rcprcHcnting any | JLM.ILNS CONCLKIS. show cause why his rlamoshou . ... ob- contributory, to have made any application. 1 c The last of this series o
17 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Thnrles t'nion.

Thnrles t'nion.

THE Board of Guardians of the above Union, will, at their meeting on Tuesday, the 17th Inst, receive Tenders for supply the Workhouse, for Six or Twelve months option Guardian*, carriage free, ROUNDS OP GOOD BEEF. Tenders will also received on same day for Repair, ing and Keepin
17 June 1856 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

This morning, at Fort Etna, county Limerick, after few hours’ illness. Mary Liz. the beloved wife of Edward While fcsq. Wednesday morning, Den mark-street, after a long Hines#, which he bore with Christian resigna-.lon, Mr. John Mo lon y. victual!, . . Cornwallis street. Mr. Joh
17 June 1856 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
and whose first fstsl was in connection with the betting transaolKms whicli had been engaged. To the last, though not

and whose first fstsl was in connection with the betting transaolKms whicli had been engaged. To the last, though not

absolutely making clear confes* aion, a»owcd that he did nut poison Cook* by strychnine—that was •• an innocent and n murdered man” —that he had not had a fair trial—that the Lord Chief Justice (Campbell) summed up against him as basing poisoned by strychnine, So. does not appea
17 June 1856 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
CATHOLIC CHURCH,

CATHOLIC CHURCH,

The Sisters of the Go«xl Con rent griitefuilv acknowledge the receipt of Ten Pounds from the Very Re*. Dean Coll, V.0., towards the building. The Re?. William Bourke. PP, begs acknowledge the receipt of One Pound, the second subscription of Mr. John Walsh, nurseryman and seedsma
17 June 1856 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
AMERICA

AMERICA

Liverpol, Sunday, mail steamer Canada, arrived in tho Mersey this morning. She brings 141 passengers, amongst whom are Messrs. Crompton and Barclay, and 172,C0l dollars in gold bars and coin. Her dales from New York are to tho 4th inst. Senate have disposed of the Sumner case, s
17 June 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY WATERFORD RAILWAY.

COUNTY WATERFORD RAILWAY.

We understand that some progress is made with the surveys of the line from Waterford to Cappoquin, and that the plans, maps, and section* will be ready before the assizes. leam also that there is growing feeling among the gentlemen of the county, particularly of the west, in fav
17 June 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland