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MISS BRADDON ON IRELAND.

MISS BRADDON ON IRELAND.

I Subjoined we give the ending of Miss Braddon'" ?? sketch of " Ireland for Tourists," which will appear in the August number of B0lgravia:- Nothing could exceed the kindness of the governor of Ennis Jail, who, seeing us gazing with the tra- Ti- veller's inquiring eye at that utp
29 July 1874 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Co CASTLZ , he sa t EXCI atePPbti Old Who , maw

Co CASTLZ , he sa t EXCI atePPbti Old Who , maw

29 July 1874 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
• faoN—July Z, 1, Boot Leono-tooß. th • o le of Arthar T. Beress, Mo., solicitor, et • datutoter. as—July

• faoN—July Z, 1, Boot Leono-tooß. th • o le of Arthar T. Beress, Mo., solicitor, et • datutoter. as—July

23. of. waasitt, the wile al Ca A. A Bopp, NM Regime*, of • MURPHY—JuIy 66, at House, the wife of O'C. Map, req., of • Earigh-IW_IAOIB. *ll !EBY reed MAwas—At by Os R. W. A.M.. If Smart the loe Aro M. fOIMIMPMIIIW Prior, Gamy, to v Barak, yore** = o r DRAMS. RAVERTY—iaIe 63, in
29 July 1874 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
.; D. , O'KFALLY & CO.- , 1 ;':lii. to and the have Sow oi' BALI NEW MILLS, DOVGLAB STREIT.

.; D. , O'KFALLY & CO.- , 1 ;':lii. to and the have Sow oi' BALI NEW MILLS, DOVGLAB STREIT.

„ BERT rwuß FP& PIMPOS,IL MUM g RETAIL FLOU 'LO BRAN, POLLARD,: lithrt'k 4 " INDIAN MEAL. pitto u tim'apcop,44; . ALL OF WHICH WILL BN atiOndittolltrOftilliiii istli' L • TOURISTS AND CAN RENEW TIIRAR . ,;teI.'; Ai r ~ AT dn. TT • THOMPSoN BR(YrliElig t •• 4, WINTHROP STRUT. I ,
29 July 1874 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PLAIN COOK.

PLAIN COOK.

A RESPECTABLE Young Woman from the onion., wants a Situation as above; is a good Pl.tin Cook ; understands the inunagemeut of a smell dairy. and eau be highly recorninen Isd. Plow ad Irmo; the Votarator.
29 July 1874 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
LOANS. ATONLY TO LEND, in stone of £5O and up. on personal security at 6 per centper annum interest. repayable

LOANS. ATONLY TO LEND, in stone of £5O and up. on personal security at 6 per centper annum interest. repayable

in one to seven years. Fresno illy (prrfrrred), or by letter. No lion ehsib.ati.—Apply to Messrs. No. 10 Inn fields, London, -interest is payable hail-yearly, and is net required in Adv owe.
29 July 1874 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
The Witness contains all the News*, the Churches.

The Witness contains all the News*, the Churches.

The contains all the News*, the Churches. The bows an uneostpromising testi. inony in favour of a pure Protestantism. The Wiheass always a Corner for the Little Onea. The Witness tuts Correspondents all over the ti lobe. The hos Facts for Formers and good Stories for the Fireside
29 July 1874 - Ulster Echo - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
emigration.

emigration.

insurana. CIRCULATINU LIBRARY. a ROAD, Contains all the Leading Works on History. Travels, Poetry. Fiction. Lc., &c. Beoond-hand Books Bought, Sold, and Exchanged.
29 July 1874 - Ulster Echo - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE TKADIC DISPUTE ANI) THE

THE TKADIC DISPUTE ANI) THE

THE TKADIC ANI) THE JOINSRS. meeting of the l'arpentern et im (N 4.8. I 2), kohl on July 27, th,. f o llowing rowillit atria were ii i.i.niiiii.ti..ly pio usst.- 10. -I'h ii tthoweiss•ietioii.after.litorotishterit• l i on . .4.n.illting the moat trust worthy oithoritive on iiiiit
29 July 1874 - Ulster Echo - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DUBLIN UNIVERSITY.

DUBLIN UNIVERSITY.

Tits London eisrrpapondent of the writes :—Mr. Butt is greatly about the Letters Patent which it is pmposed In issue to the I Tniversity of Dublin. The Irish Neeretary musvoi.bitsly aliment to-night. last Mr. Mutt put a iniestirm to the Hoene Ka-rotary on the subjeet. lii,. obje
29 July 1874 - Ulster Echo - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland