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LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

I LONDON1 MARK TS. (From f75e Z(flondo .Newi *Price Cumr% of Bif. A somewhat fltte feeling has prevailed this wetit iuor, $peet to those staples latelylin ouch great dimaruno~anc 0tf~iaoeLcy towards a reaction in prices has so these cases been exhibited. in other respeets the mar
30 June 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

? I : y1upfrial Z? (S'ii.7neintcary to Telegr'aphic Smemacy) HOUSE OP LORDS-TiURSDAY, JUNE 26. O R liEiS 3TOLL. LtfnD CA M1PBELL riese to move the seeond reading of this Hill, the object of which fie stated to be to enable witlesneseto be sworn by the Foreman of the Grtand Jury i
30 June 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE JULY ANNIVERSARIES.

THE JULY ANNIVERSARIES.

AT the near approach of those memorable dates which recall to our mind the glorious struggles fought by our forefathers in the cause of civil and religious liberty, we resume the duty, imposed upon us by the circumstances of the present time, of ap- pealing to our Protestant fri
30 June 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Fashion and Varieties.

Fashion and Varieties.

Poltioll Rita VI ArlefiCo. THE COURT. HER MAJESTY'S VISIT TO OROSVENOE nOUSs. The Qucen honoured the Marquisand Marchioness of' Westminster wvith her presence on Thursday even- ing, at Grosvenor-house l . . Her Majesty came, nocompanied by the Prince Consort and Prince Fr ederick
30 June 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Shipping.

Shipping.

Alippillo. BEI.FASr, JUNE 28.-WiInd, at 3 o'clocl, ?? N.W. Weather, at 3 o'clock. ?? Dry and fine. First-class steamers will sail hence for Glasgow. via Ardrossan, every M11onday, Wednes(Iay, nud Frid:ar ut 74 P.M. First-classsteamers (Royal mail) wvill sail hence for Greenocl an
30 June 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DAIX-T OUTER. !>(. are the rates of suhscription to the diffepditiot'S ol this STAMPED EDITION—DAILY. i«Wy, 12 1 Ifl •••

DAIX-T OUTER. !>(. are the rates of suhscription to the diffepditiot'S ol this STAMPED EDITION—DAILY. i«Wy, 12 1 Ifl •••

••• ••• 0 EDITION—DAILY. 0 0 16 \v»> to tal.esubscriptions, for the aitcrlatfrobl'cations our paper, from aabsrrihers either our local contemporaries, or others, who mo▼ desire to .it this way. some extra trouble will fiiren our office, this mode of subscription, and as only of
30 June 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THR CATHOLIC CHURCH.

THR CATHOLIC CHURCH.

Wo are happy to announce the arrival in Cork of the Right Rov. Dr. Roman Catho ie Bishop of thie Diocese. His Lordship returned on Saturday afternoon, and looks in excellent health. Narrow Escape from Drowbiko —About one o’clock, on last Friday, Mrs. Hennery, who keeps a public
30 June 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
RISE IN PIGS,

RISE IN PIGS,

KItLABNET, SATUROAr.-A farmer from near Abbeyfe.l, got one hnn.lred gumeas this day’s market for twenty pig«.— Mr. James Mahonv. the Consul dal Uruguay, ha. left Dublin for London,»» Pe'oraWrw, whpnoo lie will proceed to MoacWt t® ptoaept st itia CaronMioo Caor.
30 June 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT TO FARMERS.

IMPORTANT TO FARMERS.

GENUINE UNADULTERATED MANURES. PERRY’S Patent Vitriolised Bone Manure Has been Proved Superior to Guano, or any other artificial Manure. Hundreds of Testimonials prove the above fact. The following wc submit (Trom the Rev. H. P.P., Loughgiel, County Antrim.) Messrs. Perky & Son,
30 June 1856 - The Ulsterman - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COALS.

COALS.

300 Tons of TROON; also, 200 Tons of Rest ENGLISH COAL, Which will be Sold on reasonable terms. Apply to WM. NEWETT, 1, Queen’s Quay, (First Office from the Bridge.) N.R.—A constant supply of English, Scotch, and Malting Coals hands.
30 June 1856 - The Ulsterman - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland