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with many years of the Neither are all the crimes for. which the punishment of the galleys awarded inscribed in

with many years of the Neither are all the crimes for. which the punishment of the galleys awarded inscribed in

the law books edicts, for the and Aas'rian soldiers invent at their will new crimes as the occasion arises, and punish them with the utmost severity. The sentence is made publie at the very time when notice is given of the newly.inventod crime, and those who are found guilty nra
29 August 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
chooses the Damber of the laity who are judges, secretaries, commissaries, others, ohamberlaios, beadles, grooms, polioemeo, coitom-boase officers, amanuenses, still

chooses the Damber of the laity who are judges, secretaries, commissaries, others, ohamberlaios, beadles, grooms, polioemeo, coitom-boase officers, amanuenses, still

ecclesiastics alone have the right to all the highest offices of state, to all the chief employments, to all those charges and dignities, which are of value and consideration in the administration of a State. No layman can, fact, enter, the phrase is, upon the career of diplomac
29 August 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HAPSBURG VICE CALCRAFX.

HAPSBURG VICE CALCRAFX.

HiH.wo, with which, not long .go, the cppoared here got nearly dUguated, «eem. of late to hare m some measure rocorered its popularity, or rather its place in the affections of the educated and classes. It true that Celestina escaped the gallows, but did not the Uome Secretary b
29 August 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
REVIEW OF THE BRITISH COR!f TRADE.

REVIEW OF THE BRITISH COR!f TRADE.

The aatu-ipated ingatherings of large amount of the year’s produi-e during the past week has been sadly diajii'piloted I'T the heavy tad continue)! rains, which have j*roiluce)l the most unfavourable report* of damage sunny localiliea. Kaat-z. Suffolk. Norfolk. Cambridge, l.inro
30 August 1856 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
Like'all other revolutionary movements founded on Sectarian partisanship and hostility, Know Nothing. ism, took at starting an estreme course, sod

Like'all other revolutionary movements founded on Sectarian partisanship and hostility, Know Nothing. ism, took at starting an estreme course, sod

was in some respects similar to the oow-slmost happily extinct Orange Societies of Ireland, from which it ia ; here said to have had its origin. Fortunately for mankind tbaoltraism or fanaticism all such parties, who would arrogate to themselves the exclusive right Of individual
30 August 1856 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

Liverpool, Thursday.—The Atlantic arrived in tho Mersey at seven n.m., from New York. She brings 40 passengers, and 190 dels, specie. Now Taritf Hill introduced Senate, expected to reduce annual revenue seven million dollars. The fftTtild states that despatches received from Lon
30 August 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
admissions

admissions

“ Provision Chock Ac- Chaiiman signed orders for following rcmiircments of provisions for the ensuing wcok . 140 L Mont, i-ton Indian Meal. I-ton Oatmoal, 26° gals. Tiutler Milk, gals. Sweet Milk, 1 cwt. Salt, 1 lb. Ten, lbs. Sugar, 1 lb. Lump Sugar, 4 lbs. r«PP« ' J.ml. Whiskey
30 August 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
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30 August 1856 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
VOL. V.

VOL. V.

30 August 1856 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AGRICULTURAL

AGRICULTURAL

noon news for farmers and MILLERS, JOHN KELLY’S Sack factory, 4. PILL-LANE, the only Sacking Manufactory Fanncie* Sacks Is. lOd to 8s 6d.: Sacks twitted both sides, Ss. 3d. to 8» Sd.; Winnowtcg Sheets irtm 10s. 'if*a Rope and Lines of all sorts sod sizes, lowing Fein? and Back B
30 August 1856 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland