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THE KNOCK A.* EY KBTATE

THE KNOCK A.* EY KBTATE

THE KNOCK A.* KBTATE The communication of our correspondent, which appeared in the last issue of this journal, respecting the liberal and timely abatement given in the rents by William Wise, Esq., the considerate proprietor of this estate, has called forth tho feelings of gratitu
31 January 1862 - Tipperary Vindicator - Nenagh, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
TAYLOR BROTHERS*

TAYLOR BROTHERS*

GENUINE MUSTARD. HASSELL, his report on Taylor Brother? Genuine Mustard, says, •• I find this Mustard perfectly genuine, and of superior quality, possessing delicate flavor and much pungency.'* SOLD BY ALL GROCERS AND OILMEN, In 1 lb. and lb. Tins and Tinfoil Packets, labelled T
31 January 1862 - Tipperary Vindicator - Nenagh, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
Coke, Coke, Coke, HO WONDGATE DISTILLERY. GREAT Reduction this day to 28a Tow. One trial will prove tbs cheapness and

Coke, Coke, Coke, HO WONDGATE DISTILLERY. GREAT Reduction this day to 28a Tow. One trial will prove tbs cheapness and

excellence of this Fuel. Jan. 28. 1862. (1315)
31 January 1862 - Tipperary Vindicator - Nenagh, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
Clare—Corofin, Ennis, Kilrnsh, Miltownmalßay,

Clare—Corofin, Ennis, Kilrnsh, Miltownmalßay,

| IRevabkarub Longevity.—William Graft, who had been one of General Washington’s servants during the war of 1750. has just died Bamraerville, Virginia, at the advanced age of 123. leaving two sons, the cider being 190 years of age. Mr. Foley is executing statues of Sir Henry Mar
31 January 1862 - Tipperary Vindicator - Nenagh, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
RETIRING FROM BUSINESS.

RETIRING FROM BUSINESS.

SALE OP VANCT. AND N.\aaaDABNtilT GOODIL Xi' DO LEITCH bap lam is rimmure Olt is AIL is Ara Inp 11117111021. Tb• Ado Illut aw •• Maio. add sir& bah lam •41 w ile low/ rlincal a. ra: PrI••• •• ore •••••••4 •••••••• and game • fro* 13. m. TV ►fpTltfil'►tJ►Tl &St um Mi mole. W ILAT
31 January 1862 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
/ JiW I'ArKl:

/ JiW I'ArKl:

/ JiW I ' kf.hri arv MKI.IIOUH.VK. \." wdl known llu Tr*le t d maJe her «tv taktrn. • .vlvmhlc to < SI.IK. ?>’. K tcn- juay. Dublin. Harinlllun Co . ana London; Win. Robertaon, Dublin: C. Aitobitnn. Uoliast. Sold bv al! llooksaller>. Ju>.t puhlithcd. price.'.#, cfotb gilt. ' LEIG
31 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MISCKI.LANI-urs,

MISCKI.LANI-urs,

r» AZOHS.—The MAN FAC lURED by ■ J TtVKEDM.L retain tluir keenness of edge to thclast being made .f Hie finest cast stool, the some qualitv as the old Rea Razoi's, which have been unequalled for tlic hut eighty years J. TWEEDALL, MANUFACTURING CUTLER. 39. LOWER SACKVILLK-STREET.
31 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AND DRESSES

AND DRESSES

'pIIOROUGH SERVANT a small familv. a steadv, M. rc-tpcctable Woman, who will undertake some washing can well recommended Lady In town. Address M K office of this paper. VI AN COOK— Heady for employment 7 a tirsi- rate Man Cook, who understands his business, with all ki.id* of fo
31 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH TIMES, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1862,

THE IRISH TIMES, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1862,

judges and in the ordinary courts. No one ever complains that due care has not been exercised, or »li,f .-m j-t-r Lm* *n h■' been ■riven. ! 'R to .Svcnai.i wuctacr capable of managing his own pecuniary affairs, duo process of , law Ueves him of a very largo projiortion of bis ■
31 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A NEGRO CAMBRIDGE GRADUATE ON THE AMERICAN WAR.

A NEGRO CAMBRIDGE GRADUATE ON THE AMERICAN WAR.

*9. . .. The following extracts from » letter lately received from Negro clergyman of the American church, who fid ted Cambridge, are given in the Guardian. citing English clerical friend, he says “I understood well your feelings England concerning this war. You want moral eleme
31 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland