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28, LOWER SACKVILLE STREET.

28, LOWER SACKVILLE STREET.

FROM the leading position which Establish* ment holds in this country, I deem it but justice to myself, and doc to customers, to state generally what arrangements connected with business have been, to Insure a continuance of that confidence with which I have largely been favoure
05 December 1856 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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05 December 1856 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
tub TirPßkAßr bank.

tub TirPßkAßr bank.

O'Flaherty v. M'Dowell. Mr. Lawson, who moved on the previous day, on notice, for an order for permission to enter on the notes of the decree in this case the book of minutes of the directors of the Tipperary Hank, said that his clients would he satisfied if astatement was allow
05 December 1856 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CAIIERCIYEEN UNION.

CAIIERCIYEEN UNION.

05 December 1856 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
©ur JULIAMC R I S T I E! OBKINAL TALK, WRITTEN FOR THE tualkf: curoniclk : by .MoKintiNK. CHAPTER Ist.

©ur JULIAMC R I S T I E! OBKINAL TALK, WRITTEN FOR THE tualkf: curoniclk : by .MoKintiNK. CHAPTER Ist.

A Proposal rejected ath a Lump Post. The First light tluit falls on our story, dear reader, is that of those dull, weakling flames that, Irom their opaque, ill-kept lamps, gleamed the night wayfarer, and formed, with glazed" Charlie.', protection of our streets at need hardly sa
05 December 1856 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THROUGH THE HARBOURS

THROUGH THE HARBOURS

Waterford and Milford Haven, ■T THS Feat and powerful first-class Steamers lAXAKHOFF AND CITY OT FA2UB WHICH WILL SAIL On end after the 9ih day of DECEMBER Next, until further notice. Three Times Each Week, -*1 - PROM WATERFOD to MILFORD. nod from MILFORD, to WATER VXa.f\VFORL>,
05 December 1856 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
Th# Sea Voyage la only TO Milee.

Th# Sea Voyage la only TO Milee.

Sea Voyage la only TO Milee. The Cabins of these Strainers are large and veil ventilated, with excellent Sleeping Cabin*, and every medern accommodation for the comfort ot Passengers THROUGH PARRS RY STEAMER AND RAILWAY. Sianu Tu set. ■xrvnsTioxn Select Old Wines. . O' *T . WINK
05 December 1856 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL.

SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL.

Where good efeMed Brother* I Bl. Vincent hnee kftbnte grounds of appeal | heart* beat ie»ponfl** the call of cliorllj. la ; severe weather, and during the approaching festlet muod. when happy * resides glow with that genial , warmth wMoh wealth can enkindle, let the reflection t
05 December 1856 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
MILITIA RECRUITUIO.

MILITIA RECRUITUIO.

WiJaaafay, fair day, araarallif party tf tka Bank Tippaaary Ufaalry. aaaaiatlf af tka kaad atal, arrirad ia tawa fTaa aad paraded Ifca atraatat tka kaad playlag ia asaallaat atyla, Oallaat Tipparnry.' aad afatkar papalar aira. warn fellowad ky larga arowd, and aaaeaadad ia aatid
05 December 1856 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
CANADA—OPENING OF THE OBAND THUNK

CANADA—OPENING OF THE OBAND THUNK

IUILWAY. Than waaqnltaa railroad Jabnea Hoalroal oa 14th aad 14tb of Nor ember, wbieb baa far tho tiara completely poabod aaary other topic off tha track. Tba eooaaioa, it meat bo owned, waa worthy anoogh of ongreaaiog poblie attentloo ; and tha onirenal faeliag of grata la tioa
05 December 1856 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland