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BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT TO THE HON. THE BOARD WORKS. P. BE A KEY, Cplolsterer, V.loator and ioctloneor. 39 and iO.

BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT TO THE HON. THE BOARD WORKS. P. BE A KEY, Cplolsterer, V.loator and ioctloneor. 39 and iO.

STAFFORD.SIRE!*T DUKLIN. PATRICK BFAKEY. in returning his sincere thanks to the Nobility and Gentry who have no patto Bleed him ’orthe last thirty year.*, beg* leave Inform them that intend* cor tmoing Fnsineassoleiy onhisrwn *cconnt. and that hie extensive i* areiocme aie prese
30 August 1856 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LADIES' FRENCH, and ENGLISH Catholic boarding fCHOOL, (Kemovod from Avenoe more c premises) No. 5, SOUTdWELL SIREET. KIMOSDUWN, Near Bristol

LADIES' FRENCH, and ENGLISH Catholic boarding fCHOOL, (Kemovod from Avenoe more c premises) No. 5, SOUTdWELL SIREET. KIMOSDUWN, Near Bristol

end ClKton. Conducted by Md'laa MEADF, trom Faria, (natives ol Dublin) and competent aasisrante. In-trnction all the branches a FRENCH and ENGLISH Education. FRENCH THE LANGUAGE OF THE SCHOOL Terms modrra'e, France High Clerical References London Paris, Ac. The Summer Vacation b
30 August 1856 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KUPTURfiS—BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT.

KUPTURfiS—BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT.

UtHITK’S HOC-MAIN LEVER allowed by epward» ot KK) Medical Gentleman to be tbo most ective inventkKi the curative treatment ot Hernia. The use of a «teel spring often hnrtfnl in its effects) is here avoided, soft worn ronnd ih> body, while the requisite resisting pownr is supplie
30 August 1856 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
the CATHOLIC TELEGRAPH. SATURDAY AUGCST 30 1856-

the CATHOLIC TELEGRAPH. SATURDAY AUGCST 30 1856-

~-fable testimony to his qualities aad untiring z al the discharge of his clerical duties, their High Mightinesses sei m determined to persext in their injudicious and arbitrary course. This has led to a further step still more aigmScant, and declaratory ol the respect and estee
30 August 1856 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WONDERd OF FEMALE DRESS.

THE WONDERd OF FEMALE DRESS.

*• The amply loleing r>l>e, cast round the barmouioae form ; thr. modeat c a'p end roue on the ; the braided hair, or the veil'd Lead these were the fashions alike , the of i’hoc aQ'- the misueat of Alcibiadei. A chartene.t taate roled at their toihta; aid from that to thia, the
30 August 1856 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ORDNANCE SURVEY OF IRELAND,

ORDNANCE SURVEY OF IRELAND,

O’NEILL and DUGGAN, Asema (or the Sale the Uapeol the Ordnance and Geoloaical Surveys of irtland Agents for the Sale of the Publications of James Wyld, Esq. Geographer Her AND LAND AGENTS, Gbnbbai. Sobtbt and Valdatio!i Ofmcbs, 8 and 9, DaME STREET, DUBLIN.
30 August 1856 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS.

DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS.

Mill*, and an Extensive Kilu, are substantial and well constructed Buildings—lie within about Three Miles of Dundalk, with which they are connected by good: Roads—are situate in one of the best Corn Districts of the County of Loath, and possess au abundant Supply of Water. They
30 August 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMY AND NAVY.

THE ARMY AND NAVY.

Orders were isiued in Woolwich garrison on Wednesday for the immediate formation of a field battery detachment, which is consist of one Adjutant (Captain Bruce), one Quartermaster and Commissary of Stores (Mr. Henley, 12th Battalion), one Ssrgeant-Major, one Qaartermaster -Serge
30 August 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ROYAL MILITARY SHIRT STUD.

THE ROYAL MILITARY SHIRT STUD.

Viccrefftl Lodg*. Sin—l Rill directed by hie Excellency exprt«» his sdnairmticn of the elaborate vorkmanship of the Royal Military Shirt Studs, and also to thank you fur submitting them for bis Excellency's in* apoction.—l am, Sir, your obedient servant, WALLING EVERARD. To Mr.
30 August 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
that this powes has been abused. We are eot fiOrj** loyal as to refer the Treaty of Paris court Moy

that this powes has been abused. We are eot fiOrj** loyal as to refer the Treaty of Paris court Moy

ence, but it must be obvious that a minister who secure*! himself on every other side, so tobefteure from every other danger but the loss ofufijrt favour, must be to great extent the slave <* court, and that by a natural, but perhaps elusion, to the court will be ascribed thelin
30 August 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland