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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS, WVE NVish to inform our subscribers and advertising friends in the following Townis and their Vicinities, tbat Mr. MI.LCAnTIXY ?? leave this Office on MIonday, the 8th December, for the purpose of reccivinig thleir sub- scriptions for the current year, and nil
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wfrg o jttefli8wzte. B&INKRUPT COURT-FniDYv. [Before Mr. Commissioner PLUNKETT.] In ?? Patrick Mlacauley. Trhe bankrupt had beon an extensive spinner and linen manufialeurer at Randalstown, near Belfast, and the meeting was for proof of debts, choice of as- signee and surrendear.
'ta,00101V and A"Tarlefiro. THE COURT. OSBORNE, TrsunsDAY.-TIhe Queen and Prince with the Pr'incess Roval, attended by the Duchess of Atholl, the Hon. Emily Catheart, and Captain the Hon. Dudley do Ros, drove out in an open carriage yesterday afternoon. I WINDSOR, Deo. 19.-The Qu
?3he , [BY MI 'GNEI'rIC TElE'.GI APll LONDON, Xliii) PuolacI '1'hC is nIo- ;linig niev passign to-d v in ('oloiial plroduce. SUgar ld Coffce steadyx Sl pj)etreW 1, still art ?? t'll- leicy, with littli el . I ulin til in owpe i lally for III the eor; spiot .9s; il tih y c l- 5, )
i PROPOSED REDUCTION OF THE INCOME TAX--INFLEU-NTIAL )I MEETING IN THE I COUNTY DLI BIN. A no t i l inflinen iiali eeting, of nobility, gentry, mcerlhants MITI rat ep~ayers of thle County Dublin was' o11 Tuoesda~y, liold at the CouittI-fiousp, Kiuntai thatn, having, been con vene
I8) lfist <'s~usdet'er' (H:SITABLISHEillD) ANNO) 17:t7.) laB E L l' A S T: THURSDAY, DEC. 4. 1856. TiE telegraph, up to the hour of going to press, has brought us little reliable intelligence concern- ing the insurrectionary movement in Sicily. The movement took place at several
aute Arolit. MONTHLY MfIIITARY OBITUARY. Iieutenant Gr1rerals-Siv J. Colt, K. C.B., IK.C.; A. Thous-11, C.B..'74 P. Coluels-H. F. Hawker, rot. fp. 12 F.; W. E. Loch; iet, fp). I1y. Ar1-.A I 1 53 F. J %Vil Liuteoltlit-ColonelsSS Gakceley, 5 . .W] liams, Rov. En6.; R. Palmer, h.p.
I (our *'oadl (5,1itioll of Atotaday' RUMOURED ATTEMP T TO ASSASSINATE THE KING OF NAPLES. I Brlussels, Wednesday. Le Nord dof to-day publishes a telegraphic de- spatch relative to the wound of the King of Naples. 'The whole affair is, however, denied by a message received from a