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SALES INCUMBERED ESTATES desirable Building Ground in tin; City of Limerick) presents an unbroken frontage along the Ashbourne road facing

SALES INCUMBERED ESTATES desirable Building Ground in tin; City of Limerick) presents an unbroken frontage along the Ashbourne road facing

the new docks, and a similar frontage towards Henrystreet. The Dwelling House Courtbrack is this lot, and the Land is of prime arable quality. The above lots are held under leases for lives renewable forever, except lots l, 2, and 6, which are held under terminable leases, as mo
30 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IN CHANCERY’.

IN CHANCERY’.

ADVERTISEMENT TO CREDITORS, LEGATEES, AND INCUMRRANCERS. Cause Petition, 'J T HEREBY require all Under the Court of Chan- Persons claiming to be eery (Ireland) Regulation Creditors or Pecuniary Lega- Act, 1850,” sec. 15. tees of Robert Ruhkcll, late of j Rallinteer, Dundrum, in
30 August 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
village, but, as we thought, the inu, which, with the tclescoix), tundn out easily enough. It was from the brink

village, but, as we thought, the inu, which, with the tclescoix), tundn out easily enough. It was from the brink

of a dissy height that we looked down—stones that kicked over were out of sight a inoinuut, and were beard, dist >nt intervals, striking against the precipice as they fell, till the sound gradually died away in the distance. A small quantity of black ilf.hri* jutted out of the s
30 August 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
LODGINGS.

LODGINGS.

G KEYSTONES, -To jbe*. fo mainder of the Season, Furnished w Apartconsisting of two Receptionrooms, four ments, Ac. Apply Mra. John Doyle, the Premises.
30 August 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
—PARK, Four QuaUt, »d J. J. BYRNE and Co., Auctioneer*, and 6 Henry-street.

—PARK, Four QuaUt, »d J. J. BYRNE and Co., Auctioneer*, and 6 Henry-street.

30 August 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EAST

THE EAST

A letter from Constantinople st.a'es thst the Turk' ish government bis decided tint the (ortifica'ions of Siiistris, have at different periods been implored. shall now be completed regular system, Awjabnnj Gazette announces from Belgrade Ih.r in a (about i,2o0.()00 fr.) has j is
30 August 1856 - Northern Standard - Monaghan, Monaghan, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN CORN EXCIIAXGE-Aioust 20.

DUBLIN CORN EXCIIAXGE-Aioust 20.

The weather has been fine since Fridiy.but to-day is cloudy .an<l threatening rain. We noie alteration our quotations for I wheal or oats, though in some instances prices were in favour of the buyer. There was a small supply of new grain. Wheat, oats, and rapeseed supported the
30 August 1856 - Northern Standard - Monaghan, Monaghan, Republic of Ireland
 
Dated this nth dav oi August, 18-V*. WILLIAM R. CUSACK SMITH. Secretary the Right Honorable the Master of the Rolls.

Dated this nth dav oi August, 18-V*. WILLIAM R. CUSACK SMITH. Secretary the Right Honorable the Master of the Rolls.

THOMAS EDMOND WRIGHT. Solicitor lor Petitioner, 11, Dawson-slrett, Dublin.
30 August 1856 - Northern Standard - Monaghan, Monaghan, Republic of Ireland
 
TO Bi<: SOLD, A PORTABLE THRASHING MACH I N E . Mnchioes. Manof*cfurcJ Henhv Srkhipan ?»nd Co, i;ot ihe most

TO Bi<: SOLD, A PORTABLE THRASHING MACH I N E . Mnchioes. Manof*cfurcJ Henhv Srkhipan ?»nd Co, i;ot ihe most

ini permanent manner, with travelliucr hballa, nod all.tlilojrs render them complete. They are iTi>i«it desirable for u'cntlemrn vine detached farms, for the u«e of tenantrv, or to hire utif. They may worked in or <if d.,ors. Any them may vet np. in workintr order, or for travel
30 August 1856 - Northern Standard - Monaghan, Monaghan, Republic of Ireland
 
The Tea Department, HENRY-STREET. DUBLIN.

The Tea Department, HENRY-STREET. DUBLIN.

Adulteration of tea china !~Taa now universal beverage, and its Tail trade has assumed nmlfieations of which the public hare little conception. The Importeraare said, according to the London Tea Circulars, losing Utonsaamf of pounds annually—that, in fact. Tea sold cheaper this
30 August 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland