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CLOTHING FOR ALL CLASSES. BENJAMIN SMITH, WHOSE lucres* the originator of that Keonomio System now synonymous with hi* Establishment has

CLOTHING FOR ALL CLASSES. BENJAMIN SMITH, WHOSE lucres* the originator of that Keonomio System now synonymous with hi* Establishment has

long been an accomplished fact, takes leare to diiect immediate attention to his present E.AR6K STOCK OEtOT-HAOE CEOTBIMO, The Priera of which ere annexed. SMITH feel* it doe himself emphatically to impress the Publio that those Goods being made from the wry Best Material* Purch
13 August 1856 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
TUB RIGHT TO BF.LECT FOR HIMSELF A VALUABLE

TUB RIGHT TO BF.LECT FOR HIMSELF A VALUABLE

ART FROM ONE OP TUB PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS; Statuettes in Bronze, op Her Majesty on Uorsedacr, by T. Thokneycropt j Rcliifs in Bronze, R. Jefferson, of "The entry of the Duke Wellington into Madrid Statuittls in Porcelain of ** The Stepping Stonee” E. W. Vases Tron, by IT. O. Hall,
09 August 1856 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

: C4D& H JD ALLtXS 4A X AND GALLERIXES, 25, LoWe? R 8ac*Ukk-ed. nS constantly supplied with the newest Styes ofReady-maed, Clothinr of best materials P J 1STAR, No. 27, LOWE1't ViksUU v.ttUAX, LIo Ovn a hands a large and wnll-assorted variety of ROOM PAPERS, at prices considerabl
08 August 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON AND NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY.

LONDON AND NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY.

The following appeared in our Secend Edition | of yesterday:- _ _ |LCONDON AND NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY. The total revenue for the half year is stated at 1,589,848L, and shares 1,009,892L, leaving a balance of 529,9611, which, added to the balance left over on last half year's accoa
08 August 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

1.ISPORTWNG i~NTELQC. I QALwAy BACES ANP STEEPLEI CHASES.- i Stewarda-.ZLord.Doulfl Sir:T'Buko,BDat-y p P;s Catain T II A Bellew,xNp; Joseph. Kelly avd, Plerce Joyces,Esquirea.' 3 Judge-Robert. 3 Hunter, Re.'lr fth ?? WEDESDY, UGUT -SECOND DAY. * The attendance this day wan jar l
08 August 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

?? . - I AnniVAL OF Tnoops -On Saturday 187 men, 4 officers, 8 sergoants, and 119 horses of the Royal Artillery arrived at the North Wall by the Duke of Cambridge and Prince steamers, on route for Clonmel. THs 18Tr ROYAL Ir3EU.-A general ?? pre- vailed yesterday that this gallan
11 August 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY—POORLY PAID.

THE ARMY—POORLY PAID.

THE ARMY-POORLY PAWD. I - . _. - (From the Times.) Now that itladecided shat Eaglandhball have an armyequal in discipline, if not in number.s, to the hosts of the continent, it is as well at once to inquire into our military pbsition and prospects, le t when the time for action c
11 August 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BY EXPRESS.

BY EXPRESS.

* . -RBS& ., m I ' ' ?? . I CTR RYAL: "AGBWULT1J1AL 18001wrTh1 SROW AT ATHLONX. AT'NiTUK8iDAYr- Eviruri(G-&-A thie tlnde (or the~ ?? both in point of. the stock, Inlm te' ,to. boe ,ehihbitedl, and of th ubrow~trbecome Atr~nBit ~irngreIn ?? numbers. During the ~ez~o&-of-the' 1511
13 August 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WHOLESALE ROBBERY OF LETTERS.

WHOLESALE ROBBERY OF LETTERS.

I WV HOLESALE ROBBERY OF LETTERS. 00 Atthe Galdhalon Wednesday, in London,George Thomas O' and IL Hillyer, two clerks, who refused togive their address, In were charged with stealing a bundle of posted letters from el the receiving house for letters in King-street, Covent-garden,
08 August 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT MARTIAL.

COURT MARTIAL.

COURT MA L. " The coart of6 inquiry into the recent mutiny in lne nora Tipperary Light Infantry-which concluded its Sittings last wook-having resulted in the commital of 99smen (including the eix prisoners convicted at the late assiess) for participa- tion in the outrageous condu
08 August 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland