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MIL J'.STICE KEOQII.

MIL J'.STICE KEOQII.

\t.wav —The ITon. Kcoph, I.V Stephen K.,he, fi*, llitfhSl.er.ffofthe rountv, sirriveil this eftemom from (il- the *< f l.ieut*. Celoiiel Oujclev Hi-prm?. 1 • lie jnylK'l ' ,f > his native town, their merry peals to welianne arrival, which was reete.l witl. cl >e«r“ K Is.nls Olan
02 August 1856 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
P. BEAKET, Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer. Valuator, and Auctioneer, 39 and STAFFORD-STREET, DUBLIN. Patrick Beakey, in returning his sincere thanks to

P. BEAKET, Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer. Valuator, and Auctioneer, 39 and STAFFORD-STREET, DUBLIN. Patrick Beakey, in returning his sincere thanks to

the Nobility and Gentry who have liberally patronised him for the last thirty years, begs leave to Inform them that "he Intends continuing business solely his own account.sndthat crooms areat present folly stocked with every article the Cabinet and Upholstery line, of the newest
15 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
No. 5880

No. 5880

25 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE COLLISION ON THE MERSEY.

THE COLLISION ON THE MERSEY.

Thn case against William Shaw, the mate of the Excelsior, and William Brewer, the pilot of the Excelsior, for the manslaughter of Michael Hogan, in the collision between the steamers Mail and Excelsior, in July last, was then proceeded with. After hearing the witnesses against t
25 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEATHER.

THE WEATHER.

We regret to say that the weather continues rather broken, and that for the last forty-eight hours more rain has fallen than could desired. Yesterday and the day previous it blew strong gale of wind, and the London mails were several hours behind their time. The accounts from th
27 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NAPLES AND NON-INTERVENTION. (from the examiner.) Tbc King of Naples has vouchsafed nn answer to the notes presented to him

NAPLES AND NON-INTERVENTION. (from the examiner.) Tbc King of Naples has vouchsafed nn answer to the notes presented to him

the ministers of France and England, and the answer is precisely such as. with their knowledge of bis Majesty's character, the Western Powers had every’ reason expect. King Ferdinand formally declines all interferlenee of foreign potentates in the internal affairs of his kingdom
27 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANT SITUATIONS—(Letters Prc-paid.) AS Cook, respectable, steady, young Woman, who thoroughly understands her business In the above capacity—«ou]w. Jellies, pastry,

WANT SITUATIONS—(Letters Prc-paid.) AS Cook, respectable, steady, young Woman, who thoroughly understands her business In the above capacity—«ou]w. Jellies, pastry,

Ac.; also understands the baking of household and fancy bread, the making and preparing of her own barm, and is fully competent send up company dinners, either in French English «yle.—Address E. 0., W. Graft on-street; or at the Office
11 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The British Association fur the

The British Association fur the

Science commenced its twenty-sixth annual meeting at Cheltenham on Wednesday, under the presidency of Dr. Daubeny. F.fiLS. The meeting U being held in the College, which admirably adapted for the purposes of the association. Amongst the most distinguished of the scientific assoc
11 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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WEDNESDAY", AUGUST 20, 1856. Mr M hA. giren Lout another Iftwon. and another of the fflavtoM of the Conference of Paris haa Urn simultuneouslv dispMod. Among the follies of the notion, only second in to the dreams of thi Peace Congress, that war can be carried m the harmless fas
20 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland