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CUPISS’S CONSTITUTION BALLS.

CUPISS’S CONSTITUTION BALLS.

THIS justly celebrated Medicine after 30 years experience is proved to be the best and cheapest for HORSES and NEAT CATTLE, cheaper because reouired to be given only once a week, and not every 2n.1, or 3rd da,). PRESERVING HEALTH, VIGOUR and CONDITION, their cost too is saved by
9 February 1865 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
GREAT SALE, AT THE BLACKPOOL NURSERIES, CORK, OF upwards of 160,000 5 Year-old Transplanted THORN QUICKS Well Grown, and of

GREAT SALE, AT THE BLACKPOOL NURSERIES, CORK, OF upwards of 160,000 5 Year-old Transplanted THORN QUICKS Well Grown, and of

Good Substance. Also upwards of 500,000 3 and 4 Year-old Do. Well Suited for New Fences. Those Lots will be Sold Cheap, in order to make room for Young Stock in succession. (265)
9 February 1865 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TUB SEASON.

TUB SEASON.

; p**«t free ... .vn. and Mr Leopold, in iho
9 February 1865 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EDUCATION

EDUCATION

D' u B LIN "MAN I! KE COMPANY. CWmioJ Work* 7in LOCK, ROYAL CANAL. USHER'S QUAY. Manufacturer* Wanted. _ (JUVU)K BROTUEIis' GENUINE MUSTAItD. lard, i. and Delicate Tuvoea. *. a. m. Sold *c. throng bout the* kingdom 3011 TAYLOIL Brick lane and Wwitwnrih strasA. SPOUTING ammunitio
9 February 1865 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SERVANT (Indoor)— steady .active man, goixl height and respectable appearance; understand* his businoss—the .care P ate, lamp-, and furniture, which

SERVANT (Indoor)— steady .active man, goixl height and respectable appearance; understand* his businoss—the .care P ate, lamp-, and furniture, which

his discharge* will certify, being S und.niablo; Protestant; character and cap*. will the strictest toqulry ; has objecttoD the country, wear livery. Soulb King street, for the week. BUTLER, active, expenenoed Man. without * understand* his all the duties servant, which his disc
9 February 1865 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
- M ...e IV.pcrty. , i*..*: y.ge K-t d*.;*Lmci»t, Ac, Tli.s. olid -TH V. several other -tli >u* hniiiry. Iby

- M ...e IV.pcrty. , i*..*: y.ge K-t d*.;*Lmci»t, Ac, Tli.s. olid -TH V. several other -tli >u* hniiiry. Iby

- .h*- .at-- Wilbaai O'Naill, the f>w»ll;"g It.-ise < l.h.*.—».»laWw», and • *• •• i' in (rant t-‘ f,. ;u ; in the nr*, to You; • ref-. 1-Cfeet. there -h li fcaltl hr lease (nr a term sx-r. HW'* * v ' v . n ' a'.'l i-■ucctn* th** «•' ‘i >.! I • (Vanil. are all <, ..Mr .. ro the
9 February 1865 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JEWELLKHY

JEWELLKHY

WATCHES ! WATCHES ! ! WATCHES ! ! LEVER AND HORIZONTAL, Home Manufacture. „ . , Petant Wetrhee, ycere S Ditto, /ear* cng«#emc‘nt ... 10 SHS*er Patent UwrWatchM.* years ens»e«n<mt 315 0 Ditto, in bon tin# canes. years ... « JO Horctontal Wv-he*. years ... 10 Ditto, second quality
9 February 1865 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
O'CONNELL COMMITTEE.

O'CONNELL COMMITTEE.

O'CONNELL COMMITTEEI yeatid5 ina 'Weekly meeting of the committee wai held yeay in the City; Hall. On the motion of the Veiy Rev Dr Spratt, Alderati JaReynoldu was called to the chair. There were als) ?? MMurphy, T C , Rev Mr Oranlol, Very RevaDr Sprott, Mr J H Tracy, Mr James Hu
9 February 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FACTORY CHILDREN IN BIRMINGHAM.

FACTORY CHILDREN IN BIRMINGHAM.

IFACTORY CHILDREN IN BIRMINGI,,q. | One of the most interesting parts of th NeRw Blte Book on the Employment of Children is devoted to Birmingham. The extrene youth of some of the children-we might almrst say infants-employed is rather Surprising, even in the present day, when Co
9 February 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A TRAGEDY IN BELGIUM.

A TRAGEDY IN BELGIUM.

On Sunday last vague rumours were in circulation throughout the capital of Belgium there ....I an attempt at murder during the niorhinir„ and that the would be assansin takrn to flight. Subsequent is.rpoiriee proved the truth of the rumour, and that the first Cl ime was only the
9 February 1865 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland