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VISITORS TO LONDON SHOULD STOP AT MRS. WHITFIELD’S, 6, Beaufort Buildingt, Strand, London, THE HOST CENTRAL DISTRICT TOR BUSINESS AND

VISITORS TO LONDON SHOULD STOP AT MRS. WHITFIELD’S, 6, Beaufort Buildingt, Strand, London, THE HOST CENTRAL DISTRICT TOR BUSINESS AND

Bed, Bre»kf»»t, and Aktendanee, per night. Reference, Narlhem Whig Office,
31 December 1862 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ADMISSION:

ADMISSION:

Balcony, ... 6 Ares and Promenade, 3.1. Doors oiten Half past SEVEN ; Performance to Commence EIGHT. 7768
31 December 1862 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
' TgEiMOfiTHEBH WBIG, BiILFAPT, WEDNESDAY, D,ECEMBE.R 31, U62.

' TgEiMOfiTHEBH WBIG, BiILFAPT, WEDNESDAY, D,ECEMBE.R 31, U62.

TgEiMOfiTHEBH WBIG, BiILFAPT, WEDNESDAY, D,ECEMBE.R 31, latest news. DAILY WHIG OFFICE, Wednetday Morning. IBT MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.) LATER FROM AMERICA. ARRIVAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN.* THE BATTLE AT FREDERICKSBURG : THE KILLED AND WOUNDED—INQUIRY INTO THE DISASTER AT FREDERICKSBUR
31 December 1862 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ADMISSIONS.

ADMISSIONS.

Kate Duff 20, Kilscoran.Mary Hennessy,lo, Bannow ; Ellen Hennessy, 4 months, Bannow; James Walsh, 8, KiUinick ; Kate Walsh, 7, do ; Bridget TValsh, 6, do; John Walsh, 48, Ballymitty ; John Maguire, 26, Union; Moses Quirk, 70, Ardcolm; Anty Neville, 23, Rathaspeck; Hugh Smith, 8»
31 December 1862 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
FLOI'E, WHOLEMEAL, &C.

FLOI'E, WHOLEMEAL, &C.

The Clkuk opened the following Tenders: Floury 2nd Quality —From Mr. Richard Reared, to supply for three months, at 345. per pack stone. Wholemealy at 335. per sack of stoneand Indiameal at 9s. per ton. Several Guardians thought the prices high, and hoped, if advertised again, t
31 December 1862 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
JAMES HARPUR

JAMES HARPUR

BEGS to direct the attention of Gentlemen to the present favourable weather for Planting—the Autumn and Winter months, in this mild climate being the roost successful seasons for Transplan ling of all sorts Trees, &c. J. H. has this year very fine and extensive Stock of FOREST T
31 December 1862 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
IN CHANCERY.

IN CHANCERY.

ADVERTISEMENT TO CREDITORS, LEGATEES. AND INCUMBRANCERS. CAUSE PETITION, Under “The Court of Chancery (Ireland) Regulation Act. 1850,". In the Matter of ¥~ HEREBY require all Thomas Webster, | JL persons claiming to bo Petitioner. • Creditors or Pecuniary Lcga- Richard Bolton, t
31 December 1862 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWBPAPKU FOR THE GARDENING AND FARMING INTEREST

NEWBPAPKU FOR THE GARDENING AND FARMING INTEREST

Saturday, January 3, was published, price Fivepence, or Sixpence stamped, each Volume complete in itself, Thirty-two, frequently Thirty-six Folio Pages THE FIRST NUMBER FOR 1861 OF THE GARDENERS’ CHRONICLE AND AGRICULTU HAL GAZETTE; A Weekly Record of Rural Economy and general N
31 December 1862 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
670 Dublin Medical Phess. CONTENTS OF VOLUME VL—SECOND SERIES. Dkcembkr 31, 1862.

670 Dublin Medical Phess. CONTENTS OF VOLUME VL—SECOND SERIES. Dkcembkr 31, 1862.

Jaw, lower, necrosis of, 53; peculiar form of disease of, 282; osteo-sarcoma of lower, 335 ; on tumours of the upper, 477 Jejunum, laceration of, 253 Juries Bill, the, 136 Kava or ava (piper methysticum), 176 Kephalotribe, use of, in cross-birth, 281 Kerosene oil, new form of sk
31 December 1862 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTED

WANTED

INFORMATION as to tbe whereanonts EDWARD, SUPPLE, Esq., known as CAPTAIN SUPPLE, ir/his COLLIS, late of KINSALE. Soch information will thankfully received at the Office of this Paper, directed to O, B. N.B.—Said EDWARD SUPPLE it son-in-law LORD GOUGH , and has latelt wowed the n
31 December 1862 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland