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WHY An W SICK!,

WHY An W SICK!,

It hot tbo lot of nee 1•oro door.- lIOLLOWA 111 IA or. r. the Wive of rho EAR. NERVOUS.tbo PILICA IF, f' it HM..f pr0...0r p.m...any soner•r. of M. V . 0011000. Air. • Sr.. .nlioroir .1 tiro 1.4 ..,W ever sow hr toe ..nos al if direr, THEO. PILLS PINIFT TILE BLOOD. than 'aeon. ,
23 August 1856 - Carlow Sentinel - Carlow, Carlow, Republic of Ireland
 
TUESDAY, the Stth day of DE-

TUESDAY, the Stth day of DE-

CEM HER, ikSfi. Twelve o'Clock noon, at their Court.' No. 14. llcnrietto-slreet, Dublin, set ami SELL PUBLIC AUCTION, the lands Hull! oak 111, 3M*. 13r meaaure. aituate the barony of KUtartun and COUNTY of UALw AY. In the occupation Fifteen Tenants, who hold under lease for one
27 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
'iV THE MILITIA.

'iV THE MILITIA.

27 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DIFFICCLTIKS OF A CANDIDATE.

DIFFICCLTIKS OF A CANDIDATE.

It was standing piece of stereotype in the speeches of car native orators, who flourished under King D.vs in his multifarious Awociations, that the old freeholders had been driven, time out of mind, like flocks of sheep to the hustings, and sold the minister of the day for the b
27 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Estate in the count y WESTMEATH.

Estate in the count y WESTMEATH.

25 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CURRAGH OF KILDARE.

CURRAGH OF KILDARE.

For absolute sale a very compact AUD GENTLEMANLY RESIDENCE. With extensive Offices, Coach-house, end Siai.UnK for Twentv-flve Including Twelve Loose Bosea, pro.lucllve Gardens. (Jmamtntal Pleasure Grounds, and Shrubbery Plantations, the whole standing on Sixty -five Irish Acres
25 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COl■ NTV I.KT. (LA RA HOUSE and FARM, containing from lf»0 acres, Mill liberty for Sheep, and the Shooting over

COl■ NTV I.KT. (LA RA HOUSE and FARM, containing from lf»0 acres, Mill liberty for Sheep, and the Shooting over

the adjoining Woods and Mountains. The house comprises rooms. Clara is three miles from Rathdmra, seven from Wicklow, on the Proposals arc to be directed to Mr. Matthew Fitzslmons, Pricstfleld, TEAM TO LONDON, calling FAD* MOUTH, PLTMOCTM, and SOUTHAMPTON. The DEVON'- SHIRE Is I
25 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
T» """•I fenndio* new flocks are reqnsted to Flock master* andceotlcrrien un fejfbraUHl Flock of Hams , cin ™«r .t,..

T» """•I fenndio* new flocks are reqnsted to Flock master* andceotlcrrien un fejfbraUHl Flock of Hams , cin ™«r .t,..

.H.tS«. l&c SEPTEMBER, and breeding £»« »iu lfm f Hemjltos's Flock as prut-laifrt roust comraand now relintjuishing that branch of raulm the wit "f wmntfl Imp”"- r.nn.ttsn'l tt Mr [UniLTCt ««t rut animal wIU IL.I liia law the Utltrt wtl.fKCloii Farm, are prim for the liifoniitll
25 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PENNY-A-LINING*

PENNY-A-LINING*

There was more than a mere foundation in truth for the account which a graceless vagabond once gave of his profession when appeared before the Lord Mayor of London on charge of swindling“ Please your Lordship, I'm a dread- for the Morning Pott." It would appear from statement in
25 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH GUARDS.

IRISH GUARDS.

A correspondent of a morning paper, jealous as ourselves of the honour of Irish troops engaged in the late war, reverts to the old topic of an Irish Household Battalion, which be proposes to embody according to a plan of his own. It is rather late to speak that now in any form ;
22 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland