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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
 
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o ©oo o ©? Dated this 2lstday of June, 185 G. JOHN LOCKF, Auction Clerk. WM. lIENii.Y M'GRATII, Solicitir. DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS. Lots 1 and 2 are situate in the llarony of Corcomroe, and County of Clare, on the new line road from Corofin to Bnnietymon. within three miles of th
30 June 1856 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CLARE JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUiV E :)0, 1856.

THE CLARE JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUiV E :)0, 1856.

THE CLARE JOURNAL, MONDAY, E :)0, 1856. Taken His Word—CronnvAll was tl.inkin* of marrying his daughter wealthy gentleman of Ginncdsler, when he was led to bnlieve that one of his own chaplains. Mo. Jeremy White, man of pleasing manner., was secretly paying hi. addresse. to Lady
30 June 1856 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. CAIRNS'S SPEECH ON THE EDUCATION QUESTION.

MR. CAIRNS'S SPEECH ON THE EDUCATION QUESTION.

THE Banner of Ulster, in its publication of Saturday, contains a long article on a short case--our simple explanation of the mistake into which the London reporters fell when they made Mr. Cairns say that certain resolutions had been passed in the Belfast Presbytery, whereas the
30 June 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Church education society for IRELAND. As the next SESSION in the Training Schools the Society will commence (D.V.) on the

Church education society for IRELAND. As the next SESSION in the Training Schools the Society will commence (D.V.) on the

AUGUST next. Candidates for Training are requested to apply once to the Assistant Secretary, Captain Banks, R.N, 10. KUdare-street. Dublin, for the form filled up everr candidate previous to admission. Any candidate recommended Clergyman and paying the entrance fee £6. trained t
30 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PLACE AND THE MAN FOR IT.

THE PLACE AND THE MAN FOR IT.

The Abbe Micuon, French ecclesiastic, offers a solution of the Italian difficulty, for which Italy at least would vote with alt her hands, if they were not tied. Italy—be says—will be longer the place for the Pope, after his Holiness shall have laid down the temjioral sword; an
30 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT OF CHANCERY- Export* Chaiirrtnn and others. Mr. Q.C. (with Mr. W. Smith), for the official manager of the Irish

COURT OF CHANCERY- Export* Chaiirrtnn and others. Mr. Q.C. (with Mr. W. Smith), for the official manager of the Irish

Consols Mining Company, under the Winding-up Acts, moved his lordship for an order ref.'rrinir the appeal in this and several other matters from the decision of Master Litton to the Master of the Rolls in order save lime. The appellants, Sir James Chatterton, Bart., &c. had been
30 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland