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P 0 M A T U M.

P 0 M A T U M.

P 0 M A U M. The pint; which the TKIMLESTON POMATUM now in pubh> estimation i.-* solely due la own intrinsic excellence, and the valuable property which posseaeo* of promoting the {'niwiiiof tliebair. and 1.1 eventing from falling off or turning gray, exnting a healthy action in
31 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(SITE) BILL.

(SITE) BILL.

Mr. LYGON resumed the delate going into committee this bill, and moved that the bill l»c re-committed, with instruction* the committee that they inquire into the capability of the Thame* Embankment a* the site for the pr»- law court-. The Governmeut. -aid. proposed expend site w
31 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
O MISSAL DISORDERS OF THE LIVER AND STOMACH.

O MISSAL DISORDERS OF THE LIVER AND STOMACH.

All who ever indulge at table, either in eating or drinking, should take about ten of theeePills at bed time, I rom which will result a clear head and good stoinaeli the following morning. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of siek headaches, want of appetite, want of en
29 March 1865 - Drogheda Conservative - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
eits, indigestion, gout, rheumatim other s.t mytotika of chronic dineue. of Dr. ' 'A VITAL

eits, indigestion, gout, rheumatim other s.t mytotika of chronic dineue. of Dr. ' 'A VITAL

29 March 1865 - Drogheda Conservative - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
TEETH, TEETH, TEETR, Messrs. DAVIES AND EBERLE, BURGEON DENTISTS, No. 15 NASSAU-BYRRRT, Dublin, In reply to numerous applications, beg to

TEETH, TEETH, TEETR, Messrs. DAVIES AND EBERLE, BURGEON DENTISTS, No. 15 NASSAU-BYRRRT, Dublin, In reply to numerous applications, beg to

inform their patients that they may be consulted in DROGHEDA, SATURDAY, at Mr. MICRARL 28 PETER-STREET. Mews. DAVIES and EBKELL'S PATENT ARTIMAL TEETH, are fixed without springs, wires, or %Warm ; they so perfectly resemble the natural tOh es to be distinguished from the origina
29 March 1865 - Drogheda Conservative - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
P. R. CLEAVER'S PRIZE 11fF.DAL ANCY SOAPS AND PERFUMERY.—MedsIe, U &e., awarded 1851, 1853, 1855, 1882—being positive proof of worth.

P. R. CLEAVER'S PRIZE 11fF.DAL ANCY SOAPS AND PERFUMERY.—MedsIe, U &e., awarded 1851, 1853, 1855, 1882—being positive proof of worth.

To be had over the United Kingdom.
29 March 1865 - Drogheda Conservative - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
_ _ GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS °riga PEACE. COUNTY OR THE TOWN OR DROGHEDA, TO WIT. NancE is Hereby Given that

_ _ GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS °riga PEACE. COUNTY OR THE TOWN OR DROGHEDA, TO WIT. NancE is Hereby Given that

the GENER AL QUARTER S SIONS of the PEACE for the County of the Town of lhogheds, will be held ou TUESDAY, the 4th day of APRIL, 1865, at the hour of 12 o'clock, noon, in the of said Town, for the trial of all Prisoners and Traversers that mav be then given in charge; when and w
29 March 1865 - Drogheda Conservative - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORK DAILY REPORTER, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1865. CITY PARK

THE CORK DAILY REPORTER, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1865. CITY PARK

CORPORATION will LET the portion of • the Park, now in Grass, for Sheep Grazing. Terms, &c., to be known at the Office, 20, South Mall. By Order, JOHN FRANKLIN. Committee Rooms, March, 1865. 863 CORK AND BANDON RAILWAY. ALTERATION OF TIME. Train that now leaves BANDON at 10.45,
30 March 1865 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MOORE,

MOORE,

LITHOGRAPHER AND ENGRAVER. S6, MARLBORO’ STREET, NEXT GEORGE’S STREET. 455 Taylor Brother*’ Genuine Mustard. Dr. HASSELL, having subjected this Mustard rigorous microscopical examination and chemical analysis, reports that it contains the three essenkal properties of god Mustard
29 March 1865 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CITY of LIMERICK

CITY of LIMERICK

Monday, 3rd April CITY of BALTIMORE Thursday, 6th April And every Thursday, and every alternate Monday. Cabin passage by the Mail Steamers, sailing every Thursday, 15, 17, and 21 Guineas, according to the acconunodation. Cabin Passage the Steamers sailing every alternate Monday,
29 March 1865 - Southern Reporter and Cork Commercial Courier - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland