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SATURDAY PLEASURE TRIPS. &^ TVJURING THE SUMMIER , Monthis (weatlhe permitting) t h o6the Swift First-class New Steamers, "A LLI ES" otw "Y ESTA," (Which have been surveyed and passed by the Go- vernmont Inspectors of Passenger Steamers), %vill leave PRINCE'S DOCK PIER every SATU
08 August 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CORONATION OF THE EMPEROR OF RUSSIA.

THE CORONATION OF THE EMPEROR OF RUSSIA.

(From the Times' Berlinu Correspondent.) BERL1N, AuOUST 1.-In all probability, the cere- monial to be observed at the approaching coronation of the Emperor of Russia will be assimilated as closely as possible to that which was observed at the coronation of his father, the late E
08 August 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HARVEST PROSPECTS.

HARVEST PROSPECTS.

I (From the Banner of Itflr.) The wealth of agriculture is about to be poured forth in more than usual abundance, and the yield of 1866 wIll, in all likelihood, exceed that of any other season within the re- collection of living men. In this statement we take the aggregate of al
08 August 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MILITIA.

THE MILITIA.

Dublin Light Infantry.—Major Smith entertained his colonel (the Earl of Meath) and brother officers to a splendid dinner on Wednesday last, at the Marine Hotel, Bray. Their band performed during dinner outside the dining-room, on a platform purposely erected, and nicely decorate
08 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FlMnton’si Ire fro Plwlr. FORKS AK» sp<vivs. vrr. EOT., EQUAL TO ANT !LVER. •old T»r watrericrraiao ratca. R . »

FlMnton’si Ire fro Plwlr. FORKS AK» sp<vivs. vrr. EOT., EQUAL TO ANT !LVER. •old T»r watrericrraiao ratca. R . »

CK . ■old scaur in UHKairK. 124. 0E*«« T KT. Tub revr* and r.RVFB*T. GITARAVTEK BOPIRTT. CHIEF OFFICER STREET, HQI ARK. ■ f'rp*■TWKAT. tllp BP»»rtn(rof of {into ■for iMßiwrf trill* Anrk wap«i*»»(i, A Mihpp*. hnn'«. inmiftn. &r prralirir Cealnr* in thi» it. th« lnlp<*tt milt chtr
08 August 1856 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

The wife Ocorps P.»q. Sub.lnspector Constabulary, Arthnrstown, couoty avgford. of • daughter. iohn«on-street, Mr*. J. Hleh. of • daughter. At W****p*»k. Siianagoldeii, the lady of James Nulan. Esq. daughter. At Lodge, Balljihannon, Lad/ Greater, of danghter prematurely. -<*» Har
08 August 1856 - Limerick Reporter - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
By Special Appointment to hit Excellency the Lord Lieutenant. WOODFORD, BOURNE, AND COMPANY’S TEAS ARE well end widely known, and

By Special Appointment to hit Excellency the Lord Lieutenant. WOODFORD, BOURNE, AND COMPANY’S TEAS ARE well end widely known, and

they feel that where the Patronage and hii;h commendation of moat of the First Families in this and neigobou ini{ counties have oeen ia unnecessary. Possessing they peculiar advantages for selecting Teas ot the choicest character ('from their connexion with the largest merchants
08 August 1856 - Cork Advertising Gazette - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WATERFORD NEWS, AND GENERAL ADVERTISER.

THE WATERFORD NEWS, AND GENERAL ADVERTISER.

willingness of the council to aid in effecting tins important object, and to appoint committee for this purpose. The Mayor said the next subject was an exceedingly important one and that was a free bridge. He was sorry to say that when it was started before it was not successful
08 August 1856 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
IHLSH FISHERIES.

IHLSH FISHERIES.

The close season approaches, when hauling and Dapping for the year will have end, and ferux more lime to breathe and look after its future progeny. The close season is still a dcbnteahle question, after many years of practical experience. Thu Commissioners are not disposed to in
08 August 1856 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
Keeond Hare—Minnie Kay.

Keeond Hare—Minnie Kay.

Hare—Minnie Kay. KTIXARNEY STAKES, 5 sovs. each, Jl f>, sovs. added the Steaards.Weight for age - years old, Ist. 21b. 4 years old, Bsl ; syears old, 9sl 81b; years and aged t*st 91b. Mares and geldings allowed Blbs ; about one and half mile heats; nil hordes cntercnl be sold for
08 August 1856 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland