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City Hull. After the loftngratton of tin* Lord Miiyor, the Corporation andCltlzen* will return to the Mansion-house, according to the

City Hull. After the loftngratton of tin* Lord Miiyor, the Corporation andCltlzen* will return to the Mansion-house, according to the

following line proceaaioii Capcl-atrcct, Boiton-strcct, Dorset-st reel. Stephen’s-green. Bv order. THOMAS REYNOLDS, Marshal of Dablln> Marshal’s Ogee. OTth December. IMfe jpOKEIGN WINES AND SPIRITS. Asa direct Importer and the holder of large stocks, previous to tho increased pr
29 December 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

OVERCOATS, Dress and Mot'nittg Couts, Trousers, T'est.¢* 7ats, ~S c, At the H EI MATE M P0 RI ON, 45, High Street, J 0 H N A 11 N 0 L D, rtt l'i 1tTO It. 311S t E Al 0 V -A 1, . J BEG RESPl.CTF'ULLY'[T INFOB IMY ?? FIrI'ienls tnd Cust,,tte!'s, nlt I 1vo Ilenmovdl tily plalce ol b
29 December 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

WESLEY AN MISSIONS. T lE ANNUAL Il E E' T I N G WIN LL BE |T f lulp ill the 'eslevall Chapel, Falls Road, on '1tietlayE v.et i ?? the Silt It th t. Cl air to bo taken t cS El:N o'clocl;. 'aIh; IEv. olts'.is . Gillnumt , NVan ce, Jones, and othil's W ill t tdd'rcss tile :Itliatilg
29 December 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ATHEICJEtf

THE ATHEICJEtf

THE is so conducted that the Reader, however far distant, is, respect to Literature, Science, and the Arts, on equality in point of information with the best informed circles of the Metropolis. The Published every Saturday, but re-issued each Month stitched in wrapper. The Volume
29 December 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DR. STEEL

DR. STEEL

BEOS intimate that the duties of his Academy will b« RESUMED on the 6th of JANUARY Next, when he will hare Accommodation for few ADDITIONAL BOARDERS. The situation of the Crescent Academy is most healthy and pleasant, the system of pursued in it is comprehensive and thoroughly p
29 December 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
EXECUTION SALE.

EXECUTION SALE.

4 Th. Gaardiana th. Poor of th.l rpHE SHERIFF of Mldl.ton Union, the County of ®’ Cork will, under and E. H. virtue of herMa- : J jerty’s Writ of Fieri »« cause, set up and SELL PUBLIC AUCTION, at th. COUNTY COURT HOUSE. CORK, th. hour, of ONE and TWO o’clock the Afternoon, SATU
29 December 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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(I 1 I* JK \V » (By Magnetic TeUgmjth.) Decamber 27. FROM Labclla, Richard York. Acaata, Alder ... ... ... Mauritius. ( ug). to low Misissippi Liverpool. AII.KO |pon Oden, Hughes Liverpool. Kmgttoxtn, December 27. ARRIVRU FROM Mary Ann, for Glasgow Teigumouth. SAILED—NiI. Dublin,
29 December 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THANK S

THANK S

THANK The Right Rev. Dr. Dclony returns thanks f>»r £lB received from the executor* of the late Karl of Cork, through F. R. 1/cahy, F.aq., for the poor the North Parish. The Treasurer of the St. Patrick's Orphan Asylum acknowledges the receipt of Jib for charily, from a friend, t
29 December 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMEItCI AC SCI MM Afi V.

COMMEItCI AC SCI MM Afi V.

COMMEItCI SCI MM Afi V. TKo Thrift of this morning says that tbe funds openccl steadily on Friday morning, at the imprurcci ((uotntions of Wednesday, subsequently experiencing A further increase of one eighth per cent. The extent business was unimportant, but the public exhibited
29 December 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CO. TIPPERAKY.

CO. TIPPERAKY.

Illicit Dijtillatios, Extbnsivk Skixurb Boukiwkask,—E»rly on rooroiog lust, Mr. Hmlj, Sub-inspector, and Hoad-coastable Hurat, left Birmokaoe, and proceeded Cooren *, they ware plain clotbea, and cirried fowling pieces, being accompanied by two sporting dogs. A party of police,
29 December 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland