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CATHOLIC CHURCH

CATHOLIC CHURCH

cauglit in the furze” St. Stcphen’s-dny. Now. Inasmuch the minstrels of the wrcnbush generally saextraordinary imposture exploded.- IMPORTANT QLEsTION bETTLEI). lute your ears before you rise from bed, we may naturally suppose it impossible that they oouhl have on that particula
29 December 1856 - The Ulsterman - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WESTLEY, RICHARDS, AND CO., » * GCM MANUFACTURERS, Beg Inform the Nobility and Gentlemen of Ireland, that they have appointed

WESTLEY, RICHARDS, AND CO., » * GCM MANUFACTURERS, Beg Inform the Nobility and Gentlemen of Ireland, that they have appointed

John Hodge* and .Son*, of WwrtmoiUnd-sirect, Dublin, Agent* for the Sale of Guns, Rifles, and Revolving Pistols their Mannfac In re. whan} Stock will always ready for inspection; also supply of Copper Caps, suitable for all Gun*, Ac., made by them. The city of Dublin steam PACKE
29 December 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MURDER OF MR. LITTLE.

THE MURDER OF MR. LITTLE.

We copy the following apparently authoritative police announcement from the Evening Post of Saturday:— The city is filled with vogue rumours of actual arrests and contemplated arrests. There at present no foundation whatever for those reports. No arrest has been made, nor we bel
29 December 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LEGAL APPOINTMENT.

LEGAL APPOINTMENT.

David Lynch, Esq., Q.C., of the Leinster Circuit, has been appointed Assistant Hamster for the county place of John Perrin, Esq., who obliged to retire in consequence of continued severe indisposition. The appointment is one that reflects deserved credit on the executive, for Mr
29 December 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONEY MARKET.

MONEY MARKET.

Losdow. Evbjiino.— Notwi'bsttnding the onsatitfactory cbsracter of the return of the Bank of Eagland for the week ended on Saturday last, the confidence of the public in the fature has led to a further slight advance the value of Funds to day ; Coi sols have consequently assumed
29 December 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIP NEWS—Dec. 27.

SHIP NEWS—Dec. 27.

SHIP NEWS— Dec. 27. Arrived—laabelU, New Yo’k; Acasta, Mauritian; Rattler, tug, to tow Uisiissippi to Liverpool. WIND AND WRATHER RKPORT— Dec 27. Cork, N, frostv ; Waterford and Queenrt'wn, NW, fine ; Limerick, N, frosty ; Loodonderrr, N W. fro*ty ; Coleraine, N, frosty ; Galway.
29 December 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
•nab’e to awim, jumped in to render assistance, but tha current was strong and young fair one was rapidly swept

•nab’e to awim, jumped in to render assistance, but tha current was strong and young fair one was rapidly swept

along. Bat for Canter throwing an overcoat young Murphy, would, perhaps, have shared a similar fate. The police were soon up and every exertion was made by Constable Cassidy to find the body, but in vain, up to six o’clock this evening. Toe lamentable fate of Keane, Who was enga
29 December 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THIS DAY and TO-MORROW Sales by Private Treaty. Auction on Wednesday next, 31st. THE ROYAL. HIHEKNIAN HORSE REPOSITORY, MARY-BTREET. No

THIS DAY and TO-MORROW Sales by Private Treaty. Auction on Wednesday next, 31st. THE ROYAL. HIHEKNIAN HORSE REPOSITORY, MARY-BTREET. No

charge made at this Establishment on property being sent Id the dy for Private Sale, or placing to Auction, unless Sate be tffected. Purchaser* from all part* attend this Repository, as it is now fully well known in all part* of the globe, through the outlay of large capital In
29 December 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSES AND LANDS.

HOUSES AND LANDS.

TO Let, bv the Year. Unfurnished, that arete modern. M Houm, No. II NORTH GREAT GEORGES'S. bihEKT, situated between Rutland and Mountjoy-squares. It has large Btudy and Dining Parlour, two spacious Drawl'grooms, six cheerful Bedchamber*. M ater Closets, and lofty lights* roe Bas
29 December 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Butler and Valet where footman or boy kept, experienced Man. forty years of age; height fire feet ten inches ;is

Butler and Valet where footman or boy kept, experienced Man. forty years of age; height fire feet ten inches ;is

Protestant. Address Orattan-pioce. off Lower Mount-street. Butler or General Indoor Servant steady relive young Man, who understands bis business perfectly—the ears of piste, lamps, Ac.; has satisfactory discharges from respectable families in town and country, and will be recom
29 December 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland