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THE KEUUY EVENING POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1

THE KEUUY EVENING POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1

THE EVENING POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, „ INDIA/ Tbieste, Weonesoay.— The steamer Bombay arrived at five p.m., having made passage in 144 hours from Alexandria. The dates from Alexandria arc to the 21st of August. The India and China mails were to leave Alexandria that day,— Intel
30 August 1856 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
EARTHQUAKE AT ALGIERS.

EARTHQUAKE AT ALGIERS.

Marseilles, Ado. 27. —Accounts from Africa state that shocks earthquake were felt in Algeria on the 21st. The shocks were alight at Algiers, but stronger at Constantins and at Bona, and eerjr violent at Pbilippcsille, where as many were fell. The hospitals and barracks base been
30 August 1856 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
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30 August 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REVIEW IN THE PARK.

REVIEW IN THE PARK.

I- * REVIEW- IN, THE PARK. , One of thoze military spectacles to interesting of late since the return of our troops from the Crimea, took place yastr- day, in the Phmnix-park. The force on the ground com- prised a strong array of cavalry, consiselig of the 2d and 8d regiments of
30 August 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IOOCCAT lON.

IOOCCAT lON.

CARLOW ECCLESIASTICAL COLLEGE, FOU HOME AND FOKGIGN MIBSIONAUIEB. TTACAITON will m.l TUESDAY, the *2(l ▼ SEPTEMBER. Carlow College, August 27tl>, 1856. NE CONVENT SCII O I BRUTE, COUNTY LIMERICK. rnilE Ladies of the Convent, Lamvl-hill, Limerick, -1 have opened BOARDING SCHOOL,
30 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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WILLIAM HENII

WILLIAM HENII

DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS. Lots 1, 2, and consist of Pasture and Tillage Lands, and are situate in the Barony of Corcomroe, and County of Clare. , ... . . Lot 4 is situate in the Barony of North Liberty, and Suburbs of the City of Limerick, the River Shannon. There is a good Dwell
30 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
W. BROOKE.

W. BROOKE.

ARCHIBALD COLLUM, Solicitor. Rentals and all further information may be obtained on application to , ARCHIBALD COLLUM, Solicit™- for Plaintiff and Petitioners, SC, Middle Abbey-street, Dublin, and Enniskillen; JOHN GRAHAM, Solicitor, Enniskillen: CHRISTOPHER HUMPHREYS, Esq . the
30 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONETARY AM) COMMERCIAL.

MONETARY AM) COMMERCIAL.

(from tiik times cixr aktici.e Friday evening.) The English funds continue to manifest unbroken dullness. In the discount market there was increased demand for money, but the applications at the bank were not heavy. (FROM THE DAILY NEWS CITY ARTICLE OF FRIDAY.) The funds remain
30 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Kaphucl ai

Kaphucl ai

ai HII. VISIT* HIS FROM OUDU. Til Wkiinkshav Kvksixii.— I'hc I.tg«h of Surat, He is also now assisting them |, J . f . ., a t the i, u stated that he has succeeded m his suit huths in a fly, accompanied an eunuch. Nhc is ver} an<l beautiful «t co.ni.ry .he *. i-jw . killed twenty
30 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GENERAL DEMILITV.—ILL HEALTH.

GENERAL DEMILITV.—ILL HEALTH.

GENERAL DEMILITV. —ILL HEALTH. Many of the most despotic Governments have opened their Custom-houses the introduction of these I'ills that they may become the medicine of the masses, (.earned colleges admit that this medicine is the best remedy ever known for persons of delicate
30 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland