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tcnlions respecting country which ts situate at distance of many hundred miles from its frontier: or what legitimate interest Great

tcnlions respecting country which ts situate at distance of many hundred miles from its frontier: or what legitimate interest Great

Britain can have giving armed effect to such interference. I profess myself also incapable of understanding the manifesto which has been issued the Indian trojvemment in justification of this proceeding I can, indeed, conceive that British rapacity may desire to plunder tbe rich
29 December 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

DUBLIN COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

29 December 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NO CHARGE FOR LIFE POI.ICV STAMPS.

NO CHARGE FOR LIFE POI.ICV STAMPS.

CHARGE FOR LIFE POI.ICV STAMPS. Assurances may effected at lower rate of Premium without a participation of profits. xaLoans granted on the security Policies of adequate value. FIRE INSURANCES Are effected Company at the usual Reduced Bate and a mniets of the Profits is distribut
29 December 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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* HlT!■'. MT.lll. »» LINE OF BRITISH AUSTRALIAN EX-ROYAL MAIL PACKETS, Contract Sail punctually v,; Noon the Days in the V Advertisement, from LI VF.UPO()L KLBOITRNE an 1 Landing Passengers, Geelong. Sydney, Adelaide, Hobart Town, and all Ports of Australia, through rates, anil b
29 December 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Dec, 2), 1856.

Dec, 2), 1856.

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29 December 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE THEATRE.—ENGLISH OPERA.

THE THEATRE.—ENGLISH OPERA.

The nation*! English oper*company, whose performance on the occasion of their late visit here gave such unmixed satisfaction, and whose appearance in Cork elicited most complimentary address from the mayor and magistrates of that city, appeared again in oor theatre on Friday nig
29 December 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Press.

The Press.

( ftW ?? ?? _ THE BANK CHARTER ACT. (Fr'ommm te Time es.) SN IFFING from afar the coming renewal of the Bank Charter, our correspondent "1i\Iercstor" mounts on the summit of the veneraible edifice in T'hreadneedle Street, and blows his trumpet loud and long, chal- le.ilmgr all me
29 December 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EMIGRATION FROM

EMIGRATION FROM

I.CV2RFO 31. TO BUENOS AYRES T'V!IJECr. hv the Fast-Sailing Packet ship H. M. L Z II, Captain Hont'r.h. To Sail on lr;f J AND ARY, precisely; bat first-rate accommodation Passengers. First Cabin, £35 ; Intermediate, 18s.; 14s. Children under Twelve years, half; infants, free. To
29 December 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LATE FATHER MATHEW

THE LATE FATHER MATHEW

The following has been sent to us for publication It was Mrs. 'front, wife of William Tram, Esq., h.p., of the 80lh Ucgiment, and diughter of the late Andrew O’Shea, Esq., Cork, formerly merchant—who, in year 1835, at the earnest request of the Her. J. Dunacombe, curate of St. N
29 December 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Tin* POLICE OFFICE QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR Or TUB DAII.T REPORTER. Cork, Doc. 27th, Sir, haro just read Mr, Dowden'n

Tin* POLICE OFFICE QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR Or TUB DAII.T REPORTER. Cork, Doc. 27th, Sir, haro just read Mr, Dowden'n

letter headed “The Police Court Question.’* Public attention is justly due to any communication he makes, for he has always been useful and Aon««t public man. The strong-room, however, suggested, would not prevent or slop the noise in the Main-street, which interferes every fift
29 December 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland