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BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

I BY. MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.SI SWITZERLAlND. The following are extracts from the speech of the President of the National Council at Switzerland at the opening sit- ?? on Saturday:- " The deidand of the King of Prussia cannot be admitted without abdicating our rights a&la sovereign s
31 December 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEPUTATION TO THE RIGHT HON. E. HORSMAN, CHIEF SECRETARY FOR IRELAND.

DEPUTATION TO THE RIGHT HON. E. HORSMAN, CHIEF SECRETARY FOR IRELAND.

DEPUTATION TO TTHE RIGHT HON.ME. Oli.H4MAN; | CHIEF SECRErAUY FOR IRELAN.D., - ' I On yesterday a deputation from the Grocers8' and Vint- ners' Society, comprising the three greatsectiona of the trsde -the vintners, vintner grocers, and the tavorn and -hotel keepers, by arrangeme
31 December 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOW IRELAND HAS BEEN GOVERNED IN THE PAST YEAR—RUMOURED SPLIT IN LORD PALMERSTON'S CABINET.

HOW IRELAND HAS BEEN GOVERNED IN THE PAST YEAR—RUMOURED SPLIT IN LORD PALMERSTON'S CABINET.

HOW IRELAND HAS BEEN GOVERNED IN THE PAST YEAR -RUMOURED SPLIT IN LORD PALMERSTON'S CA- BINET. WE have not been slow to acknowledge our high estimation of the personal character and worth of the Earl of Carlisle. But as the Lord Lieutenant of the country, lhe has made himself mos
31 December 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A RARE SOIREE AND BALL AT CARRICKFERGUS.

A RARE SOIREE AND BALL AT CARRICKFERGUS.

A RARE SOIREE AND BALL AT CARRICK- FERGUS. Somr, of our readers, no doubt, are aware of tho or- canisation of a now Presbyterian Church in Carrick- fergots, called the " Joymount Presbyterian Church." After the. opening of the newly-erected place of wor- ship for this congregatio
31 December 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
of ctiual value with the relative to he •hi. s" i practisetl him. Knowing the bravery of our good Queen

of ctiual value with the relative to he •hi. s" i practisetl him. Knowing the bravery of our good Queen

Victoria, we have no apprehensions of exciting her fears or her displeasure the publication of the following extract. Her Majesty will not have the slightest dread of sharing the fate Louis Puilutb: —(We should premise that Mr. Mitchel alluding to Irishmen America.) They know th
31 December 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

The Times says that the judgment of the Court of Error, rendering all warrants for goods liable be pronounced worthless, even the hands of a bona Jide holder, if the title of the person from whom they are to bo taken can, any stage, shown have loan defective, continue! •*- die g
31 December 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31. 1856. TO THE EDITOR OF THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31. 1856. TO THE EDITOR OF THE DUBLIN EVENING MAIL.

Sra—There functionary very much required in this country, and that a public prosecutor, something resembling what our neighbours, the French, have. should bo a man of first-rate legal knowledge and experience, have a high rank In bis profession, and be well and handsomely paid.
31 December 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TIIIS DAY'S NEWS. H 'ARTIE TELEGRAM MORNING rLPREBO. Lownor. Tits DAT, Mc. 31. OVERLAND MAIL

TIIIS DAY'S NEWS. H 'ARTIE TELEGRAM MORNING rLPREBO. Lownor. Tits DAT, Mc. 31. OVERLAND MAIL

Maannsamp, Friday. The Chins mule srrived it 1 p.m. The will be dispeAebed for London it 10 o'clock
31 December 1856 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
BOROUGH PETTY SESKONE—Tais DAL

BOROUGH PETTY SESKONE—Tais DAL

His Worship the Meyer, B. P. UM Lather 1 1 and Dr. Pb., were padibig W. H. lea d at= r awayee. Therm he sweep. he ereale. ihrerie. in the town • Chemel. et Newrieseh. spier he ete= st enehee of Were, iirseele. reglad et The Oserty Iheleyee the bre& of oontract, Henry Peltier, Cl
31 December 1856 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CLONMEL CHRONICLE, WEbNESDAY. DECEMBER 31, 1856,.

THE CLONMEL CHRONICLE, WEbNESDAY. DECEMBER 31, 1856,.

RIZPAR • Too Ponta os ?aid Seasel, 21.1 Clap. 1-14 Pim& Clonmel : Edmond Wood", Bignell-aimet j and E. Fitshenry, Idain-strect, 1856. I Tex brief, but most impressive narrative of the fate of I the sone of Rizpath, sad of the arcumstances that led to their sacrifice, d in the fi
31 December 1856 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland