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RAILWAY RETURNS.

RAILWAY RETURNS.

tI - - : ?? ~ L, .~ j:A; i. :i , 0i !. 77;I ?? -: .+ , a:" z4 ~ ~ ~ ~ A~~ i< m a;, j AAThY,.~i3Ns~j' , : I SpEo N.AWir 'AND :S ?? of traffic for the PeB~ege~tw,1tceIS,-&O.zt ehO*bmn- *5270.17 :10 £:'ffs :rw. . ,MerJ119efpdaUt03e" ?? O'.t 25;0.;?-7l417 i; L i~leteinlldlz#AiI~ttie1
19 June 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
T H K C U I M K A

T H K C U I M K A

T H K C U I K A Sebastopol, Jlxe 3.—The Army continues healthy. Two cages of cholera have occurred. It reported that Sebastopol is erected into the centre of scries of formidable fortress- s. The Vienna Correspondent of The Timm state?, that great jealousy prevails between the Fr
19 June 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO l( E SOLD,

TO l( E SOLD,

OAK LIUUARV FtUNITIKE, cnnautiug of-2 BOOK-CA3E.'i, tffi. um. vi<lc; I Jo., t> •• SECRKT.VKV, cuntauuog Drawers. •nil I'ok*. «ft. ift. WHAT NOTS. » TABLE. lAIRS, m Orwa Muroooo, aaJ Stuffed Burk*. do. al».ve wrro (or tbu late 1 of Autriiu. iu iiotluo »I>'W, an<l are well worthy
19 June 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
.Iforrlflit iiiarhrto.

.Iforrlflit iiiarhrto.

I'll 1 I.A 1)101-1*11 iA. JtMl 2.—Grain. Tlic uofavoiirjbli! *d»iecß per A/rica, received Woliic* lay, checked the ward tendency our uiarket, the prices of to-day sticwinf dt-cline from the full rates lodieatid in our last, fatly per barrel in Kluur, and ..c, per in Wheat. laU-r
19 June 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
vice-presidents;

vice-presidents;

Rear Admiral Sir Henry Chaos, K.C.8., Commandcr-in- Chief, Irish Station. Richard Vico Admiral, C.Y.C. Fleet.
19 June 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST.

BELFAST.

SPRING BREWED ALES AND BITTER BEER FOR SUMMER USE. SAMUEL ALLSOPP SONS’ BITRTON-ONTKKNT, Indin i'nlo (Bitter), and Mild end Stroup (Sweet) ALES. JOHN FOWLER’S Preetonpana (Scotland) Cele> Bitter or Table BEEB, and Strono Sweet ALES. The can had, in Worn! (in Largo and Small Cask
19 June 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEWRY TELEGRAPH, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1856. IS JOHN SAPLEIK DEAD OR AUVRI

THE NEWRY TELEGRAPH, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1856. IS JOHN SAPLEIK DEAD OR AUVRI

Ixmdon correspondent of The Cork Exam* ner(J. F. Maguire, M.l*.) answers this question in a manner which certainly tends raise a doubt in the public mind to the death of Radleir. Me says : In all possible seriousness, myself hoard numbers of men tho greatest sagacity assert, wit
19 June 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
gov i:kn m knt shi>etuom i n<is.

gov i:kn m knt shi>etuom i n<is.

gov i:kn m n<is. Seeing that the »>c«>nd week in June hM now yw«M«l, The Vrean <h«« the <|iiesiion how i« the ntate of effnini in the Oominons? -* qncHtion Mku«l in the nio»«t quarters : *• The hiiNinoHS of the country seems poxitivoly hrnnght to stand ntiU. told that the Palmers
19 June 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN MARKETS.

THE DUBLIN MARKETS.

Smitbpikld Cattle Market, This Dat.—The market was cxoeedingly animated to-day. with early nice. Beef, sinking ofld, to 70s per cwt, being all bought up readily at these figures. Sheep, in sink, 6d to 7Kd per lb, also few left unsold. Veal, Bdto d per do. Lambs, to 30s each. Pig
19 June 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LODGINGS.

LODGINGS.

Furnished lodgings, ddndrum.—to be Let, for Two or Three Months, the Principal Part of a House, containing one Sittingroom and two or three Bedrooma, Furnished, with Attendance. Terms moderate. Apply at Miss Morgan’s. Milliner. Dundrnm. BUM! FIELD AVENUE—To be Let. in that desir
19 June 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland