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"taus Comasideation.

"taus Comasideation.

felt 6 HELF•ST AND GL•SHOW. DAILY RAILINGS. AVERAGE PASSAGE EIGHT HOURS. or Cabin Passengers Personal Luggage will be conveyed between the Greenock Railway Station and : the Royal Mail Steam-Packet free of charge. ROYAL MAIL. STEAM PACKETS (Under emend with her Majeety's Governm
30 January 1862 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CJIICJULAxING 127 THE KING’S AND QUEEN’S COUNTIES, THE COUNTSES OF TIPPER TRY, GALWAY, WESTMEATH Etc.

CJIICJULAxING 127 THE KING’S AND QUEEN’S COUNTIES, THE COUNTSES OF TIPPER TRY, GALWAY, WESTMEATH Etc.

THE KING’S AND QUEEN’S COUNTIES, THE COUNTSES OF TIPPER TRY, GALWAY, WESTMEATH Etc. No. 823 FAESOKSTCWK, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1862. SPECIAL SERVICE. TEETH. Bteldenbach's Borax and Myrrh Antacid 'nr ' Bote Mouth Washes and Lozenge* for tclreshii.; the 1! THE HAN&S. Breidcnbaeh’s
29 January 1862 - Kings County Chronicle - Offaly, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
VALUABLE AGENCY.

VALUABLE AGENCY.

Agents wanted tor Cassell’s Coffees in every placa where there is not one already; for terms apply to JOHN CASSELL and Co., 80, FENCHUBCH SPKEEI’, LONDON, or G. OLDHAM and Co., 04, DAME DUBLIN. NEW HOTEL, D UNLO-STRE KT, LINASLQE. JAMES SAYER. OEGS to announce to the public that
29 January 1862 - Kings County Chronicle - Offaly, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NEW CHANCELLOR OF CAMBRIDGE.

THE NEW CHANCELLOR OF CAMBRIDGE.

The installation of the Duke of Devonshire as Chancellor of the University of Cambridge took place on the 17th, at Devonshire House, at two o’clock. The Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Phillips, President of Queen's College, accompanied tne Proctors, the Public Orator, tho University Counc
29 January 1862 - Kings County Chronicle - Offaly, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
VERONA.

VERONA.

A good deal of attention baa been paid on the Continent to speeches which were made by the Emperor of Austria and General Benedck during a recent review at Verona. Aa the exact words made usc» of on the occasion hare never been recorded, we give the following report from the Vie
29 January 1862 - Kings County Chronicle - Offaly, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. YANCEY ON NUTMEGS.

MR. YANCEY ON NUTMEGS.

Mr. Yancey as follows in the Southern Commercial Convention assembled at Montgomery, Alabama, in the month of May, 1858: I insist that there should be no discrimination by law against the slave trade than against the nutmeg trade. Let it bo governed by the law of supply and dema
29 January 1862 - Kings County Chronicle - Offaly, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
AS AGRICULTURIST.

AS AGRICULTURIST.

AGRICULTURIST. MR. GIBSON, Land Steward and to Frederick A. Jackson, Esq., Inane. Roscrea for the last twelve years, is now open for re-engagement wi'h any Nobleman or Gentleman that may require his service agriculturist, instructor of tenantry or superintend drainage, road makin
29 January 1862 - Kings County Chronicle - Offaly, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
TULLAMORE—Thursday.

TULLAMORE—Thursday.

TULLAMORE— Thursday. Guardians present— George Riille}', (chairman), Dawson French, JP. Marcus Goodbody, JP, John Davis, William Pattison. Nicholas M IDelamere, Alexander McMullen, and Joseph Corcoran. The number of paupers in the workhouse is 468, of whom 130 are in the infirmar
29 January 1862 - Kings County Chronicle - Offaly, Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 
rSTAMFID <lll 01.—.. 1 UNSTAMPED...£I I orAJtAX-

rSTAMFID <lll 01.—.. 1 UNSTAMPED...£I I orAJtAX-

rSTAMFID <lll 01.—.. UNSTAMPED.. .£I or - wli* John Al(M,Ka«t H«mok 28, at Crookatown House the wile of dept. Herrick, 12tb Regiment, of eon. Hopetonn—January 25, Lobenham Hall, near Market Harbro’. the Counteei of Hopetoon, of son, who survived his birth only Sew hoars. Jennings
31 January 1862 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO DISTRICT REGISTRARS AND ALL WHOM IT MAY

TO DISTRICT REGISTRARS AND ALL WHOM IT MAY

CONCERN. Twenty-five pounds reward be given for the PRODUCTION, on or before the Ist of MARCH,IB62, of the last WILL and Testament of Jakes Gyles, formerly of Castletown Cooley, near Dundalk, in the COUNTY OF LOUTH. Ireland, who died at Caatletown Cooley, aforesaid, abont tiie y
31 January 1862 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland