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LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

By the Indian mail, which nrrived in Triefte on Wednesday, we learn that Mr Horsier, the assistant collector iii the Madras territory, has been murdered, that the heir to the throne Ba.-mab has been assassinated, and that Lord Canning has been much indisposed. The rains in India
30 August 1856 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
STEAM COMMUNICATION

STEAM COMMUNICATION

BBTWEKIi DBOSHEDA. AND ILIVERPOOL. Til Drogheda Steam Packet Company's Splmda Fleet First Classs Steam Ships, sail rt gslarij between Drogheda and Liverpool, with or withe* Pilot* INTENDED HU, LIVERPOOL Monday Sept clock Night Wednesday Nous Friday I o’clock After Saturday l»:h
30 August 1856 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THt LADIES.

TO THt LADIES.

AS the Foot Cottume improved in Style and Workmanship in Paris, it has, on the contrary, lost \Uprestige this City, and Ladies who appreciated a well made Boot -were in very many cases obliged to send the money out of this country. I, as a practical mechanic, have succeeded in i
30 August 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UNDER ROYAL PATRONAGE.

UNDER ROYAL PATRONAGE.

PERFECT FREEDOM of COUGHS in TEN MINUTES after n*e, and INSTANT RELIEF and RAPID CURE of ASTHMA, CONSU^^ COLDS, COUGHS, and all Disorder* of the BREATH and LUNGS, are inanred by ■ jjj. Locock’a Pulmonic Another testimonial in faeour Dr Lococa’sPnlmonlo Wafers Extract a letter re
30 August 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AUSTRIA.

AUSTRIA.

The Military Gazette says—“ The officers charged with the commission of examining the improvements effected in England, Belgium, and France, in engineer* ing and artillery arms, have officially reported that the superiority in these branches is on the side of Austria.”
30 August 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
slightest mark of violence, was removed to Smith livery stables, in South Anae-street, where the inquest was held. A ’"erdictot

slightest mark of violence, was removed to Smith livery stables, in South Anae-street, where the inquest was held. A ’"erdictot

“Found drownet was returned, and orders were given that the remains should not be interred until lour o’clock next day. the hope that they may be claimed by some her triends. It is supposed that the poor woman must have walked into the water.
30 August 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATION

THE NATION

ships. After some heavy firing on both sides, during which the smoke hung like a dense canopy over the combatants, the attacking force hauled off, closely P sued by the inshore squadron. A running fight ensued —the frigate steaming off to sea at full speed, closely followed by t
30 August 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CLONMEL BOROUGH.

CLONMEL BOROUGH.

Mr. Murray, the candidate for Clonmel Borough, has addressed the following letter to the Editor ot the Free man’s Journal, in reference to some remarks upon his candidature which appeared in The Nation of last Saturday : TUB EDITOR OP THE FREEMAN. 1 Upper Pembroke street, Sunday
30 August 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATION

THE NATION

pliance with what we believed due to Catholic Interests in Ireland, that we published a line upon the subject at all. On such a question, the Press has a very delicate duty to perform. There are many topics, that are floating in the atmosphere of society, and as well known as th
30 August 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(torflspauliim

(torflspauliim

TO THE EDITOR OF THE NATION, Manorhamilton, 28th ot August, 1856, S!R—I enclose a mite to the Tenant League; knowing that it is culpable not to assist honest men, and if all the old Repeal Warde nsco-operated with the League, Irishmen might yet be independent in the Old Country.
30 August 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland