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NOTICE.

NOTICE.

The Cork Steam Ship Compnny anti the Bristol General Steam Company trill only receive and earn/ Goor/e subject >O. and upon the express terms of their respective yolices of the and iJrrrml/er, 1854, already Published, and (0 be obtained at their Offices. Cabin Fare to LIVERPOOL
30 June 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CLONMEL MARKETS—Saturday,

CLONMEL MARKETS—Saturday,

CLONMEL MARKETS— Saturday, Wheat shipping, per stone, Is 8d to Is ; do milling Is 10d to Is llrl; do white, do, Is lid to 2s Od; oats white per brl, to ; black, 14s to 15s ; do barley (malting) per brl, 17s to 18s do (grinding) do—s to Od ; superfine flour, per bag, to 475; house
30 June 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
2S LOWER SACKVILLE-STREET. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

2S LOWER SACKVILLE-STREET. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

2S LOWER SACKVILLE-STREET. CORRESPONDENTS. SAUNDERS'S NEWS-LETTER pahliahedlfor the delivery at sto e.m., and ends for the first Post-office despatch 620 a.m. The town delivery then commences, when Subscribers and the Newsreaders are supplied. The Sscow Boition of SAUNDERS'S NEWS
30 June 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE— Friday. Consols Account 95 New Three* 95i| for Account New Threes Consols for Account New Threes -

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE— Friday. Consols Account 95 New Three* 95i| for Account New Threes Consols for Account New Threes -

~ - - SsJj Consojs for Account New Thrues .A. _ London and North Westerns 104
30 June 1856 - Clare Journal, and Ennis Advertiser - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SWISS COTTAGE,

THE SWISS COTTAGE,

’'VlHiJr’Su*TMraai o'clock. nr»- ... r.™ cry SumU, «Mrooo«, when the bond S5*T EXHIBITION PAINTINGS. the I’lUroiiago lu» Excellency the U' lOK3 USim.l.i.'tT, . .. pyA.,., t 0 CbowislrY, l« with the I>ul>Ur I KISH IKSTirmoN. COLLEOK!>oct*tT’-, 9 |, v Bath. Claode. Cwrwgto, v»U««u
30 June 1856 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PUBLIC NOTICES.

PUBLIC NOTICES.

CONSOLAT PF, FRANCE.—SOUSCRIPTION FAVEUR VICTIME3 DES INONDATION FRANCE. , _ L* Consul France a I honneur r*revonlr Measleurs wa ran?*'*. (Mtdsnt Ireland, qo’une Souscription eat an Coosulat p«a«.S7. LOWER OARDINEM-STREE r. |»our venlr sveour* des vwUntes Inondatlons France. pre
30 June 1856 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO UK LKIOH SOLI)

TO UK LKIOH SOLI)

/SASTI.E IIoWAUU, COUM' \Mt K- LOW LET, Eori.U., .L for *»»«. TBJ* a.,J CMM. UMlrm-r I. JrIWI.IIi.Hy -I"-r.' v ,w. „r *,,,-4. 11m- ■■f tlic iTa.ltteJ thi« noMy. tltc place, and (.caches pass doll) * luiiu very llmwe Aral Ural a !!, 11. I - lluiuill.ra. E-l. OuMfM. BENT of per nm
30 June 1856 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NAVAL AND MILITARY.

NAVAL AND MILITARY.

Lieutenant Priestley, 88th (Connaught Raugerp) is to succeed Lieutenant Belfield as Paymaster to the regiment. lb. Three companies of the Vlat regiment (says the United Ser. I vice G'ete) ate ordered to proceed to the bay ot Salamis to on enoamp on the mountain, as the troops ar
30 June 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MEDICAL BILL THE IRISH UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

THE MEDICAL BILL THE IRISH UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

Since we last commented on the bill by which the government, under the pretence of medical reform, seeks to uproot all our Irish Medical Colleges, and to deprive this kingdom of the social, intellectual, and pecuniary advantages which our great Medical Schools have conferred, pu
30 June 1856 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CRITICAL POSITION OF THE PAPACY.

CRITICAL POSITION OF THE PAPACY.

The Bishop of Arras, who has lately given such a flattering description of the happiness of the people of Rome, under the benign reign of bis Holiness the Pope, is about visit England and Ireland to excite the sympathies of the Roman Catholics in both countries in the maintenanc
30 June 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland