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THE CARLOW POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1856,

THE CARLOW POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1856,

talion John Walter, sergeant major, serious wound received on the of September; Daniel I isher. colour sergeant; James Harry wood, sergeant, seriously wounded; Thomas Uurge, sergeant; Joseph Bradshaw, corporal; Charles Feough, private ; Michael - Conniek, private. ♦ KETUIiNED FR
30 August 1856 - Carlow Post - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
MR JOHN FROST AND THE CHARTISTS.

MR JOHN FROST AND THE CHARTISTS.

This gentleman writes follows the editor of London weekly organ, the chosen organ of Chartist principles:— Stapleton, August 9th. dear Sir—There is much in your leading article of to-day with which lam very well pleased. Education, indeed, bah! The education of Lord John Russell
30 August 1856 - Carlow Post - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KEDUCHON3 IN THE ARMY.

THE KEDUCHON3 IN THE ARMY.

Great anxiety is very generally frit throughout the army, and among those connected with it, the extent to which the reductions so long threatened may he carried. The delay in the order for making the reductions lias chiefly been caused by the ureas able demand of the United Sta
30 August 1856 - Carlow Post - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
MONDAY.

MONDAY.

In the tiroo «hen • the Brook’ flonrishrd Sunday would liato been the first day of the fair week. consetjnem-e the spi>carance advertisements and placards the effect tltat the usual joviality of Doonybrook week would iirevail during the ensuing; seven days, and the printed assur
30 August 1856 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
A FAIR OFFER,

A FAIR OFFER,

Porkhill. The committee of the Irish ‘"hureh Mission Society, herobv pledge themselves to lodge the whole sum required for the building of a new Roman Catholic chapel at Mullabanne, in the parish Forkhill, in the bands of any Roman Catholic commanding the respect of both parties
30 August 1856 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUNDALK DEMOCRAT AND PEOTLES JOURNAL—AUGUST 3n, 135^

THE DUNDALK DEMOCRAT AND PEOTLES JOURNAL—AUGUST 3n, 135^

THE DUNDALK DEMOCRAT AND PEOTLES JOURNAL—AUGUST 3n, Id. Earl S'reel, Dundalk, August, 18.6.
30 August 1856 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
F. GILMER, Cabinet maker and Auctioneer, DUNDALK, IN COMMENCING THE SALE* THE IBABON, BEGS Respectfully to th«ok his nu seruus

F. GILMER, Cabinet maker and Auctioneer, DUNDALK, IN COMMENCING THE SALE* THE IBABON, BEGS Respectfully to th«ok his nu seruus

Friends ■ad the Public, for their very liberal support during the past season, and hopes by continuance of the Satisfactory System practised by him, to merit a continuance of their support. A. B.—Ao charge for Travelling Erpenseu
30 August 1856 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TIPPERARY BANK. CONTRIBUTORISS.

THE TIPPERARY BANK. CONTRIBUTORISS.

Friday the 22nd, the case of the unfortunate contributories to the great bank swindle again came before the Master in Caaucery, when the following brief discussion took place : •Mr Lawless, the part of the official manager, said that they appeared in consequence of a summons iss
30 August 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATION

THE NATION

“To create and foster public opinion in Ireland, and to make it racy of the soil.”— Chief Baron Woulfk. A GREAT DAY FOR IRELAND. Last Monday morning the unpatriotic apathy of the citizens of Dublin, who preferred minding their business to running after raree-shows, received a gr
30 August 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
In bis Reports such mountains of mistake.

In bis Reports such mountains of mistake.

I’m glad the King has given bold rebuff To Bully Palmerston’s impertinence I think the world has had almost enough Of British outrages on common sense; They see that sovereigns now won’t stand their stuff, And meet their meddling with contempt intense. Instead of stirring troubl
30 August 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland