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Fifteen First-rate well-bred Draft Horses, Carta, names*. Ac.

Fifteen First-rate well-bred Draft Horses, Carta, names*. Ac.

%• All communications on the subject the above to be addressed to JOHN MURRAY and CO. Distillery SWITZER, BEATTY, AND CO., A»o GENERAL CLOTHIERS. 91, A F T N-S E ET. In onr ready-made will be found estenslTe rarkly of BEAVER WRAPPERS, VERONA PALETOTS, VENETIAN MANTLES; And in Hi
01 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY IN IRELAND. QUEEN'S COLLEGE. BELFAST. Name* of l*rwfc*.<ors the different Faculties. tli : UTKHAKY DIVISION THE FACULTY ARTS.

QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY IN IRELAND. QUEEN'S COLLEGE. BELFAST. Name* of l*rwfc*.<ors the different Faculties. tli : UTKHAKY DIVISION THE FACULTY ARTS.

The Greek LaaKaa« harles Maclhiuali A.SI. Tl . . , (Uev. Charles Uarsona The Latin language.... j, y History ami English Literature... < leorge Lillie Cralk. A.M. Languagei.... Mathias Jocepli Frioga. Ph. D. The Celtic languages «... •••bn O’Doooran. M.H.LA. SCIENCE DIVISION THE
01 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1856.

THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1856.

the evidence wa*. I would have great pleasure in reading such •tarts of it you may desire. ' j nror __VVcdonot differ to the evidence ; difleras to. the meaning of certain words. Justice— lT that be so, It duty to give you 'juror— I should think the dissentient parties—(voices A
01 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN PROTESTANT ASSOCIATION.

DUBLIN PROTESTANT ASSOCIATION.

The weekly meeting of this awoctiuon held on Tuesday their rooms. 83, Middle Abbey-street.— Colonel Botes in the chair. The meeting having been opened with prayer and with tho usual formalities, the following letter was read from W. Ferranti, Eaq.:— Harden Orange, duly 21.18V5.
01 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AUGUST, 1856

AUGUST, 1856

THIRST-CLASS STEAMERS _|/ are appointed to sail between Bel fast and the following Ports, as BEL FAS?' ovi ry TUESDAV Fit!DAY, viz. Anpust Ist, at fl r.M. ; at 10 r.M.; Blh, r-M-: 12"'. "t >■ - ; 15th, atBA r.M.; I'Jth, at p.m.; 22.1, at 11 r.M.; at M.: 29th, at P.M. Returning e
01 August 1856 - The Ulsterman - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST UNION TO BUILDERS.

BELFAST UNION TO BUILDERS.

• rpHE Board of Guardi ana * invite Proposals for the Krccat the Workhouse, ajrrecably Plan and Specification he se«*n the Clerk’s Office. Tenders to I** lodged with before Eleven o’clock on WEDNESDAY, the 6th August, 1850. WM. BOYCE, Clerk of the Union. Workhouse, 24th July, 18
01 August 1856 - The Ulsterman - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW PAECEL OF TEA

NEW PAECEL OF TEA

TUST to Hand, Parcel of Tea, in which will 9 found those essentials so much sought for Families, at per lb. Very Rich and perfectly Pure COFFEE, at Is 8d per lb. JOSEPH ANDERSON, 125, North-street. LEE & SON, Jewellers to the Queen, w Watchmakers, Silversmiths, and Opticans, 57.
01 August 1856 - The Ulsterman - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEPENDENT OP WEATHER, FROM TEN TO POUR,

DEPENDENT OP WEATHER, FROM TEN TO POUR,

"VTR. BEAUFORD begs to announce that, in order to comply with his engagements, his stay in Belfast is limited; early call is, therefore, requested. Photographic Portraits. —An artist is now in this city (Mr. Bcauford) whose |>ortrails arc to be infinitely superior to any taken t
01 August 1856 - The Ulsterman - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
scene of ludicrottaiiesa? Mr. Kemp Him attempted to make a ca-scof this, hut has miserably failed. A Magistrate— lt not

scene of ludicrottaiiesa? Mr. Kemp Him attempted to make a ca-scof this, hut has miserably failed. A Magistrate— lt not

fair. Mr. Kussell—Will Mr. Kemp tell me why 1 put something like this in the ids- Letter I A boy, little Protestaut bul, some eleven years of age, was seized party the Catholics, and lor quarter of an hour or so, held over the tire until bis luce and legs wore scorched.” Mr. Dun
01 August 1856 - The Ulsterman - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
T HE 1) 1 N N E U

T HE 1) 1 N N E U

T 1) 1 N E The dinner of the North-East Agricultural Society of Ireland came off in the Music Hall yesterday evening. Five o’clock was the hour lixod on the tickets for the dinner, but, by some mistake, it did not take place until half-past six. The Marquis of Downsmihb presided
01 August 1856 - The Ulsterman - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland