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THEATRE ROVAL, COOK-STREET.

THEATRE ROVAL, COOK-STREET.

We arc happy to see the announcement that the emi» nently popular comedians, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Williams, commence their performances at the above theatre upon this evening; The stylo of their entertainments possesses some features of complete novelty, Mr. Williams’s is that of
29 December 1856 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
EXTU AOR l> 1N A 111 CL Jt K.

EXTU AOR l> 1N A 111 CL Jt K.

EXTU 111 K. The daughter James MUiage, of Vronhculog. IJanflhangel. six miles Uunlvllin, Carmarthenshire, was afflicted f.-r long time with general debility, suffering from sick head-ache, langour. vomiting. sinking at the pit of the stomach, and the thousand and one other r.f ge
29 December 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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0 2 Dated day of July, 1856. JOHN LOCO. Auction Clerk. These lands will be sold discharged from all riull rent. Tile lands of Cmsareagh will he sold primarily subject to a perpetual anuual- chars* £5O, payable the chaplain for the time, being the blim Chapel of Fuse, and said lan
29 December 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANT SITUATIONS—(Letters Pre-paid.) AS Upper Housemaid, in a nobleman’s or gentleman's family, a respectable Person, who has had the honour

WANT SITUATIONS—(Letters Pre-paid.) AS Upper Housemaid, in a nobleman’s or gentleman's family, a respectable Person, who has had the honour

to serve in families of distinction; or would wait on Elderly Lady; Isa Protestant, and can well recommended.—Addrcsa M.L., 4, Lower Lecson-street. Housemaid, young Woman, a native of Scotland, who I*Just disengaged; advertiser has lived two years oml six months In her last situ
29 December 1856 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

Lisburn, the morning of the 2?th in»Unt, Mr. George Pelen, sged 61 jeers. His remains will be reroored for Interment the Burjing-ground, 10-30, a * , on Wednesday the 31st instant- J6, Mr. John Morrow, BiUjitiorn. KilUnchj, urd *(trtobrr »t Bt. Newfoundlrod, Emma, B. Gmnnr je«r*
29 December 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL,

MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL,

(From the City Article the Times Saturday.) Friday Evening. Tho English funds opened steadily this morning, at the improved quotations of Wednesday, and subs-- oueiitly experienced further adranoo of par cent. The extent of business was wholly unimportant, but tho
29 December 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE KANSAS CIVIL WAR.

THE KANSAS CIVIL WAR.

Ta« following letter ippeare the Liverpool Daily Post respecting the Kansas ciril war, rerbatim copy from a pro-slavery man, or ** border ruffian, who was formerly of Liverpool, to a brother at New York, written some time since;— Drab Brothkb,— ln to Kansas and myself lb© follow
29 December 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
bably thf. Canard Company pxpcclthatfriMßhtwiHbe brought to their vessels wherever they lie. The Mon. trealera are determined to make effort,

bably thf. Canard Company pxpcclthatfriMßhtwiHbe brought to their vessels wherever they lie. The Mon. trealera are determined to make effort,

however change the terminus. With their uiuaUpirit.lheyaro engaged in forming plans by which freight for the steamers may be brought from the Weal. line of propellers to run direct to Chicago it proposed, and a meeting ot merchants and forwarders was held the 2d tost, on the sub
29 December 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
POLICY

POLICY

William Smith O’Brien has addressed a remarkable letter to the Irish people, on the subject of the income tax nominally, but really in review of the conduct adopted England latterly in her foreign relations, and of the miserable figure she made in the late Russian war. This lett
29 December 1856 - The Ulsterman - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JOHN GREENFIELD, AVING Completed the Alterations in his Premises, would beg to draw the a«ontion of the Public bis large

JOHN GREENFIELD, AVING Completed the Alterations in his Premises, would beg to draw the a«ontion of the Public bis large

and varied STOCK of GOODS, suitable for the Season. As these are all ne. they will found well worthy the attention the Public. THE STOCK CONSISTS OP WEST OF ENGLAND CLOTHS, DOESKINS, FANCY DEERSKINS, PILOT®, WITNEYS INGS, Velvet File Beavers, Vestings, Flannels, Blankets, Quilts
29 December 1856 - The Ulsterman - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland