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BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

BY NAGINET1C1ELEG1{A1H. I AMERICA. Livsiraor,,SuSDAY.--.Tpqai~gara arrived from Now York at 10-30 thic morning, with 150 pi seogers, and 901,670 dola. The Eliriccson and Arabia, arrived on the 18th; the Emil froni Havrie,15th; Argo and Alma, 17, from Hlavre and New York; America,
30 June 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STATIONS OF THE BRITISH ARMY,

STATIONS OF THE BRITISH ARMY,

I - , - STATIONS OF TIE BRITISH AlMY, Corrected to May a0, letO. / Where two placts are mentioned, the last named Is that at Which the depot of the reg lmnt i6 stationed.) CAVAMY. 43rd, Bangalore, Chathamn' Ist Life Guards, Windsor. 44th, Turhey; aWallner. 2nd do, Iegont's Jkark.
30 June 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE

NOTICE

Of Rn*et having been marie for the Purpoeet of the I fish Poor Relief Acte. UNION. \* Hereby that Rates have been duly made on the property situated the undermentioned Electoral Divisions the above Union, rateable under the provision of the Acts for the Relief of the Destitute
30 June 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LIMERICK MARKETS Satttroat.

LIMERICK MARKETS Satttroat.

had four loads of wheat, twelve of barley, and fwentvsix of oat* at market to-dav, but purchasing very dull,and after all. the buyers left the market, and a great portion remained nnsold, especially of ra*s barlev and also one load wheat' Tile top price of wheat was 2« per stone
30 June 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE INUNDATIONS IN FRANCE

THE INUNDATIONS IN FRANCE

THE INUNDATIONS FRANCE The injury done the crops ‘he late inundations in France estimate winch 3*yOO : t,tM)Of. arc referable to the mulberry trees for silkworms. In that amount arc not included the damask done to houses, the cattle, fee., or the injury done railroads. The Pow*.
30 June 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
when the leglthnaM traAc eh ell he« bed fair opportnnity P. D. j*rr*r*. BieeieoiO!!, ir«««w TnoMfeoe. Keraeaiß. Hoe*. _ The

when the leglthnaM traAc eh ell he« bed fair opportnnity P. D. j*rr*r*. BieeieoiO!!, ir«««w TnoMfeoe. Keraeaiß. Hoe*. _ The

Cheiimen honed that they would not be eery long delayed with the boefaieee which had brought them there The report had Jaet then been handed him, haring it In anothm waa enabled to make few ohoenratlone c, the eointe neceeaary to allnda to. In the flrat place, thoughfhe might up
30 June 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EDUCATION.

EDUCATION.

WWKOUSB AND CLASSICAL ACAPKMJ.^JS^J COLLteQ.AXs fcfevSSfe.. ■n. B. Diokooo. P.T.C.D. G. dhov. 80, .P.T.C.D. Ear. J. OlUaon. Ex SoboUr, T-C-D. Hmllton. Ex Scholar. BooMofit Hoour, T.C.D., wm mijear hi doiindarrt Seire-Lrttar the a* July. SHIS Boofdotl. KS BALDWIN mako knowß that
30 June 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MORSES.

MORSES.

No. I.—The Celebrated Huntress and Steeple Chase Mare, Black Bess, by Sea Horse, dam by Freney, well able for stone. No. 2—Brood Mare in Foal, and Colt Foal her foot. No. 3.—Three year old Filly, by Saucy Dick. No. 4.—One two>year old, by Saucy Dick, 5. —One do. do. 6. One yearl
30 June 1856 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
ALTERNATIVE,

ALTERNATIVE,

Two-thirds only of the Even Rates, whether for Select or Diseased Lives, or for the Risks of Foreign climates, may be paid down, and the balance, with interest at Four per Cent, deducted from the sum assured. Officers, whose destinations are not known, covered all parts of the w
30 June 1856 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REV. MICHAEL CROTTV TO THB EIIITOR OF SAUNDBr’.S NEWS-LKTTER.

THE REV. MICHAEL CROTTV TO THB EIIITOR OF SAUNDBr’.S NEWS-LKTTER.

Sir,—A letter Las appeared in the Weekly Telegraph, bearing signature, and addressed to the Right Rev. Dr. Vaughan, Roman Catholic Bishop of Killaloe, in «hich i have been made express a aish to repudiate tiie Protestant faith, and to return to the communion of the Church cf Rom
30 June 1856 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland