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THE GOLD BULLION ROBBERY.

THE GOLD BULLION ROBBERY.

FURTTIER 3EXATINATION OP THIE PRISONERS. .MANSION-HOUSEION DON, TuoSDAir, DEC. 3. Tnr two men named ?? and Pierce, charged %%ith heing concerned in the daring robbery of gold bulihmn onl the Soulli-Enstern Riliway in Mna, 1q55, we(ro aanin placird at the bar before the Lord Mayo
04 December 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

N O T I C E. I BEG TO INFORM MY FRIENDS AND thez Puilip, that I ha Ce Ret ired from the Firm or CARftlL'rO.N, FISllER, & CO., of this Tow, and cease to be tt memnber thereof, f'roin this (late. STIWART FISHER. Belfast, 3rd D. eember, 1855. 3374 jJAfY PI:ESlENT STOCK OF DINNEIR I
04 December 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

MONETARY AND COTNIMECIAL. (From the Timtes' City Article.) ,ondon, r'uesdiay rvening. T'Jhe Enalish funds have agvain bl len ess buoyant to-day, but they have not expeni cold ally matterial change. T ho prepalrationls for the Consol settlement, wrhich takes place the (lay aftcr t
04 December 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FAIRS.

FAIRS.

F AIRS. IAarILTONSBAN FA1-iR,-There was a ?? showv of stock on Wednesday in this small village, with a good attendance of buyers-the number of fat beasts driven in was small, but generally in good condition, and as buyers were seekinga reduction from late quotations, sales wvere
01 December 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
"LETTLE WARS."

"LETTLE WARS."

DUBI) c UErc SDAY, II 2ot,1 I. 7DUBLIN': TUESDAY,. DECEb[BER 2,1_6 "LITTLE WARS." The Pottioger treaty has not been' well observed by the long tailed Pirates who infest the islands and see coast of the Celestial Empire, though the government, on the whole, has faithfully executed
02 December 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

i COURT OF CHANCERY-TEsThRDAY. h TlE TIPPERARY BANK. O'FLAItersTr v. M'DowELL.-Mr. Lawson renewed an se application made on the former day, on bebalf of the peti- 03 tioners in this case, to have the minute book of the directors SI of the Tipperary Bank entered as read by the pe
05 December 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ioMJS STOCK KICHiVGE-W^T

ioMJS STOCK KICHiVGE-W^T

covaasitntT nrwt>«. per Cent Ditto for Account 1847 Ditto tor New Account January. n». M{ New per Cent. Stock 93 SJS •&_ PAID. 2l jrtisT-arw* ■a»e». Royal Bank of Ireland rtrp. Cork. BUckrwk. 42J Dublin •n<l »7 Great Southero *»<! We«ern . __ ........ Ditto for Account ...— _ .
03 December 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MORE ENCOURAGEMENT TO CRIME.

MORE ENCOURAGEMENT TO CRIME.

For a foreigner, who desires know what meant by the glorious uncertainty” of English law, it is only necessary that be should take op a London paper, and |)cruse therein the reports of trials held in the superior courts as well as before police magistrates. Let him consider the
03 December 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HIGH SHERIFFS.

HIGH SHERIFFS.

T those. —William F. BUck, Esq., of LUUp, will High Sheriff of this county for the ensuing year; and Edward Greer, Esq., of Omagh, will bis Sub-Sbcrifl, Cor it. —John Nicholson Morphy, Esq., to be High Sheriff of the city for the ensuing year; Mr. D. V. Uonegan, Solicitor, Under
03 December 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE HAIR RESTORED;

THE HAIR RESTORED;

BALDNESS AND GREYNESS PREVENTED BY BE E TIIA M’S CAPILLARY FLUID. The truly wonderful efficacy of this unique preparation is the theme of admiration wherever introduced. It effectually prevents the Hair falling off or turning grey; promotes its growth on places that have been ba
02 December 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland