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THE BRITISH GERMAN LEGION

THE BRITISH GERMAN LEGION

Governor Sir George Grey had informed the Parliament of the Cape of Good Hope that her Majesty’s Government had had under consideration his urgent call for a body of military settlers on the border. bad proposed that strong body out-pensioners of l ea Hospital should be sent, bu
30 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PORTA DOWN PRVKB HOSPITAL

PORTA DOWN PRVKB HOSPITAL

PORTA DOWN HOSPITAL Dear Sir, —Will yon Allow me, m » nbeeriber to tbo food, to inquire, through your cclano*. M 1 caoduC get the den red ujformAlioo here, whet been dooe, or whet being dour, with regerd obUining a esse of the ground on wfaieb the bailding known as the Freer Haep
30 August 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHERN WHIG.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHERN WHIG.

Stß,— lt «, BO doubt, in the recollection many of reader*, that a fatal accident happened, eooM month* ago, the Belfaat Floor Mill*, to a poor girl, D aaed Jane Adam*, the chief inpport of widowed mother, aad that rabecription waa »et foot in aid Widow Adam*, to which •y»p*thi*j
30 August 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PH ICE UK IRISH SHARES.

PH ICE UK IRISH SHARES.

ICE IRISH SHARES. BANKS. Northern CUtcr FroiinclaJ •loyal Hibernian National AIW - -Cl t& dir. -Zt Bd. J«* Si » ’•ST i ii _ *.sn »» «* o* :.j ,***•• a* ; buyor. :fa*;a*. i iiall-iorua, Bel tart and ■ '.•uuly Down co,,an., uuui:.n C.irk, lUacirock.aibl I*•»-«,. ... I'oiHioau-l Ifa
30 August 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DONMTBROOK FAIR.

DONMTBROOK FAIR.

Sunday, which used fcrmerly ta ** WaUtiig Sun* day,'’a large aumbar of penooc Tidied Doauybrook. Netwithctandlng the nrebatt of the patent fcr holding the fair, the of the neighbourhood intimated their intention proride amnseoient dnring tbe week for partiee who to go there. Thi
29 August 1856 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
Ul-U4 i; Uili*cC'-jo»r/ tu UU.

Ul-U4 i; Uili*cC'-jo»r/ tu UU.

Uili*cC'-jo»r/ tu 'l .ke tu U• . I. HiCi* »*■ it «♦ i* •• ..I oaC.i «<l luv » > t.r w; •». it. A. .«u 11.0 ».•- « Ua**', —■ I. VV. C. *• t fciiifkftiC*. Aw . Hi«. •«:!■ -J . *, • •• »• a »•* ••>’ -«1, tlU«iw-V-l UM(> .1 4 i*...* t' ■ Br»- ■* in ti. ..11, - Ul* uvcrj, • •-. • • is
30 August 1856 - Galway Vindicator, and Connaught Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
u AID YOURBKU.*’

u AID YOURBKU.*’

perceive papers that new barracks are about erected in Waterford, and that a ship war be stationed in (hat harbour. We also see that Cork is both loud and energetic demanding that her port shall participate in tbe ad. vantages enjoyed those of England being made the occasional r
30 August 1856 - Galway Vindicator, and Connaught Advertiser - Galway, Galway, Republic of Ireland
 
Yol. IY. —No. 456.

Yol. IY. —No. 456.

29 August 1856 - The Ulsterman - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RABBITS AND NUTS-

RABBITS AND NUTS-

Let for the ensuing Sea* m. RABBITS ami NUTS Lord Antrim's Deer Park, at Glenarm Castle. The Park consists of acres, pretty thickly covered with hazel-nut bushes, and the crop looks to be very übninhiiit. The Rabbits are swarming, and the paity who may take them will have libert
29 August 1856 - The Ulsterman - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ECONOMY AT THE POOR LAW BOARD,

ECONOMY AT THE POOR LAW BOARD,

ECONOMY THE POOR LAW BOARD, to tub EwiToa or the beltast daily mbbcubt. Sib,— The early part of the proceedings the Poor Law Board on Wednesday last must appear remarkably interesting to ratepayers. Those who are enjoying the luxury of paying two shillings per pound the local tax
29 August 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland