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THE WEATHER—THE CROPS.

THE WEATHER—THE CROPS.

THE WEATHER-THE CROPS. Even tbus early the harvest time has opened with great promiee of abundant fertility. The reap'ng-hook and sythe are in lull operation all around our city, and already the tj market has been opeoed, in advance of the regular markets, to for the puichase of
09 August 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN STOCK EXCHANGE. LlST —Friday. OOVKUN.MKXT per Cent. Consort, 9lf. New 3 per Cent.. Stock, 87 J. Aew 3 per

DUBLIN STOCK EXCHANGE. LlST —Friday. OOVKUN.MKXT per Cent. Consort, 9lf. New 3 per Cent.. Stock, 87 J. Aew 3 per

Cent. Stock for account, March, 92 91 JOINT STOCK MAN KM. National Bank 3lf for cash. RAILWAYS. Cork anil Bawl (£5O), J/br cash. Dublin and lie-fast Junction (£5O) (paid in full), 45 for cash. Dublin and Wicklow (£10), 5} for cash. Great Southern and Western Eljhths, per cent pr
09 August 1856 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
i*HICK or IKISfI j>UAHKS.

i*HICK or IKISfI j>UAHKS.

i*HICK IKISfI j>UAHKS. I AIM 1 i.»« - IW til ho,'«- j '“I •• s; i .. i i*w
09 August 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR SALE

FOR SALE

A DOUBLE STEAM ENGINE. BEING A PAIR Uonxantal Cnndenmng Steatn-Eugioex. workin* together, with crank* nght angles. Each cylinder inches diameter, and 4-feet stroke: nominal bi>r-*i power the pair, Moulton k Watt's and the Admiralty's rales, from H.P; but the real working power m
09 August 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
of the tale depends up-n play of i-as-iuu between the two lovers—upon Jealousy, upon her devotion, checkered with relapse* ;

of the tale depends up-n play of i-as-iuu between the two lovers—upon Jealousy, upon her devotion, checkered with relapse* ;

. the saute time, the dreadful dl-eaae which is cut her existence abort, every day aggravated the throes and convulsions of her passion. She dies la#:, and all the rr.-rs uf her death-ag -ny are minutely 00-cribed in th# ouv#l #« they are vividly represented up>n the Mage. Il a*
09 August 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE FAMILY OF MARSHAL O’DONNELL

THE FAMILY OF MARSHAL O’DONNELL

Tut following genealogical and bistoncal sketch the fsttiily <d Marshal (VDoonell, which we take from ItubliM /‘oil. will interesting many of our r»a.lers:— There i§ no nime connected with the history of this country that occupies a m -re prominent place in our modern anuals tha
09 August 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
hr other of lUll-Ie irg, have sprung the Latklield branch uf the name. may mid that Macaulay, Ins historical romance,

hr other of lUll-Ie irg, have sprung the Latklield branch uf the name. may mid that Macaulay, Ins historical romance,

treats of the character of Balldcarg, doe* that of ino-t tbe Dish leaders, wry alightingli: and, though detailing the particulars uf his ccaj-e from Spain, overlook* the position which he found Uiuiaelf when the cause of James was lost Ireland. •• bol all lliu kM vi ry Uttle wit
09 August 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SPORTING

SPORTING

NORTH STAFFORD RACES,—WEDNESDAY, ACC 6. Tradesman's Plate—Mt. Dun*tan walked over. General Wyndbara is lamed. Champagne Stakes—Openbalt. I; Duchess Sutherland, 2; Jack Spring, 3. Five ran. Staffordshire Handicap—Elastic, I; His Piper, 2; Indian Queen, 3, Won ea-y. nipun back*, -
09 August 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
I ()Ol> PROSPECTS.

I ()Ol> PROSPECTS.

The accounts which reach us from France arc most favourable respecting the crops generally—from the South some apprehensions are entertained least the excessive heat would injure the potatoes and Indian corn crops. New wheat is now selling in all the markets, and the quality is
09 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH FAIRS.

IRISH FAIRS.

Belfast. —The usual monthly fair of this town was held Wednesday and *was a large one at this season the year. There was, however, scarcity of prime stock. Milch cattle of inferior quality were forward large numbers, and prices varied from to £l3. Beef sold at from per lb. sinki
09 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland