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CASE Ob' UEV. MK. MM^UGIILAV

CASE Ob' UEV. MK. MM^UGIILAV

CASE Ob' UEV. MK. Tlie SeereOry hwn r*j tUn }llf.)■ i ■ [f f-r reojittsion of >f*ry «}»'«».ot;c rensMiaHe up<*ii tl*e M>. fjauclilHn, tilt* v who «e«il»*i ceil to tf*rm of for lo i*e before i't HUH)>ef>f*ioir a- il h' at»*•»*:, breti C'-url of and ord*-r liaat»*pt| . ttino-i '* I
31 December 1862 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
tv* tiuncJretl yards frum ihe tirst. rum iuiiii' two were lo tl.ro*i, oter '% mile a l.ulf or two milea

tv* tiuncJretl yards frum ihe tirst. rum iuiiii' two were lo tl.ro*i, oter '% mile a l.ulf or two milea

farther tie •»VrHiu, theae tie »rai.(i divisioD <.f (ifi, Fih-kin. —ll*e left —would croea while Sum* f.r.’n and «raud diviaiona— Hud centre —wi.uM use the three upper ones. It oul three o’clock th»« morning when the hoala wire Iron, nf the ri*et'a I.rink. end the I tin woik. A
31 December 1862 - Kilkenny Journal, and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
Painted by Herbert; Engraved by Reynolds.

Painted by Herbert; Engraved by Reynolds.

Painted Herbert; Engraved Reynolds. May be seen at the office of the King’s County Chronicle, where particulars of price may be heard.
31 December 1862 - Kings County Chronicle - Offaly, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
LORD DUNDREARY IN THE COUNTRY. See LONDON SOCIETY.

LORD DUNDREARY IN THE COUNTRY. See LONDON SOCIETY.

31 December 1862 - Kings County Chronicle - Offaly, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
• OOUND TONE AND GAY .MANNER, O LONDON SOCIETY Magazine for every Family Circle."

• OOUND TONE AND GAY .MANNER, O LONDON SOCIETY Magazine for every Family Circle."

31 December 1862 - Kings County Chronicle - Offaly, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
CEMETERY FOR PARSONt 'TOWN.

CEMETERY FOR PARSONt 'TOWN.

TO THE EDITOR. 29th )ec., 1862. Sir —lt is some time since I. through Pour journal, >e /on the considera-io.. of the Tow,. C. .mnussioners the necessity and uoiigxtion wluch i.e« upon them >w more aot.vity in promply pro V.di. ig su.table buryig ground lor mt-'rm.-Mts tor arsons
31 December 1862 - Kings County Chronicle - Offaly, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
a constabulary examination held on the 17th instant and two following days. Four Officers’ Sons competed for one vacant CADETSHIP.

a constabulary examination held on the 17th instant and two following days. Four Officers’ Sons competed for one vacant CADETSHIP.

Mr. A. E. 8. HEARD, son of Pub-Inspector Heard, Carrick on-Suir, has been the sncoossful (Candidate. His marks—which amounted to 934, the highest, with only one exception, yet obtained by Officer’s son—exceeded those of the next to him in order of merit by 186 Mr. Heard was prep
31 December 1862 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ONE MILLION THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND POUNDS DIVISION OF LIFE PROFITS. THE BOOKS FOR 18G2 CLOSE AT 31bt DECEMBER.

ONE MILLION THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND POUNDS DIVISION OF LIFE PROFITS. THE BOOKS FOR 18G2 CLOSE AT 31bt DECEMBER.

Pboposals must be lodged at the Head Offices in Edinburgh lor London, or with Agent of the Company, on or before that date, otherwise they not participate in the Profits of this year’s Business. For the three years tinee last Division of Profits in 1858 the Company have effected
31 December 1862 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND.

GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND.

Apply Bonn F. Guenon, 91, Kiddle Abbey- Street, London. Dee. 186 i. TRALEE UNION. SCHOOLWASTIB WANTED. TENDERS will be receWed ud considered TUESDAY, 13th JANUARY, ocrt. from CuodUUM for the Office of SCHOOLMASTER. S»Urj: £3O per An- sum, with BaUou, and apartmant.’ A prafaranea
31 December 1862 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEW TRALEE FAIRS.

THE NEW TRALEE FAIRS.

The first of these fairs will be held Friday, the 9th of January next AU admit that monthly fairs cannot fail to serve Tralee, so that we hope that all who feel real interest in the well-being of town, will put aside any little jealousy they may have felt with regard to this mat
31 December 1862 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland