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CIARENCE VILLA, lII:CCLECOTE. near GLOITLITZIL Acorn 2nd,lB7l.—Gentle vies.— My little girl boa suffered every (roma irritable nab owed by the beat. whit* misted mod*. et trealaboat tbat ban been applied to it, but which I Oman Is stating, idler ming poor Ter•beao this a few tim
August 25, 1877 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
PIIOTOGRAPHY. SCENERY AND ANTIQUrrEES OF LOUTN J . GALBRAITH, CLANBRASSIL-ST, DUNDALK, is now issuing a series of very Beautiful PHOTOGRAPHS

PIIOTOGRAPHY. SCENERY AND ANTIQUrrEES OF LOUTN J . GALBRAITH, CLANBRASSIL-ST, DUNDALK, is now issuing a series of very Beautiful PHOTOGRAPHS

Of Dundalk, and Scenery and most celebrated mounments of Antiquity in this Historic County. Among the very numerous successful pictures obtainsd will be found : ' of St. Nicholas', Dundalk, Clanbrasail-Street, (from Earl-Street), I ink/in Friary. du. Do. (from the Belfast Dank.
August 25, 1877 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
TO Ell LET. COTTAGE, DOWDALL'S HILL with and Small lAwn. to JOSEPH A. Cut' LTL Park-st, Domaiislk.

TO Ell LET. COTTAGE, DOWDALL'S HILL with and Small lAwn. to JOSEPH A. Cut' LTL Park-st, Domaiislk.

August 25, 1877 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
CHAPTER IV. PRIVATI •ND CONFIDIVITIAL.

CHAPTER IV. PRIVATI •ND CONFIDIVITIAL.

I knew nothing of the French marquis—the inteaded victim of the brave Capitauo Paoloelceptiag that he meted a bands..mely•furuished villa, and reported to be a burs garcu* and a wsouvais avjed ;—the translation of which I take to be, that he " es'er wanted a friend or • bottle t
October 20, 1877 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
EUREKA! IMPORTANT DISCOVERY IN PHOTOGRAPHY. BEG to state I purchased the of patent process of Monstive LikleaßßT, for tlie production

EUREKA! IMPORTANT DISCOVERY IN PHOTOGRAPHY. BEG to state I purchased the of patent process of Monstive LikleaßßT, for tlie production

of Photographs is permanent colours. The advantage id this proems is that Photographs at., printed is pure carbon, and Cr. as ilniable as ordinary Engravlnp. Vale r old system Photographs is chloride of silver, souuer or were liable to fade ; of hieh, and exquisite delicacy of s
October 20, 1877 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
WILLIAIt AGNEW, PLUMBER AND GAIWITTER, 59, ANNE. STREET, DUNDALK, (Oppcsita the Police Barrack). BATHS, PUMPS. and WATER-CLOSETS Stied up. Public

WILLIAIt AGNEW, PLUMBER AND GAIWITTER, 59, ANNE. STREET, DUNDALK, (Oppcsita the Police Barrack). BATHS, PUMPS. and WATER-CLOSETS Stied up. Public

Buildings fitted up. HOT and COLD Water Pipe.. Water Cisterns. BOILERS in connection with Kitchen Ranges. at Mode rate Tea toes. Lit OR I) E R S shall bare his easeful and Manlius. )
June 16, 1877 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
Bumus Dam.—Th. comfort of aad unaperasee Severe., eaa be appreciated by a @ripply et Hanky sod Soo'. Champagne Cyder sad

Bumus Dam.—Th. comfort of aad unaperasee Severe., eaa be appreciated by a @ripply et Hanky sod Soo'. Champagne Cyder sad

Lime Jake Lames CONIIII4 Sold every re meted aka spine amirstioan the trade wart. To be bad of Healey sod Soo hiss.Neinst, Lmodee-bridge. Southwark , S.E.
June 16, 1877 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
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DIINDALI UNION. COVERED CAR WANTED. THZ BOARD OF GUARDIANS of this Union will, at their Meeting oa MONDAY, the instant, resolve and Tenders for A SECOND-HAND CAR, for the oonveyance of Sick and Infirm persons to the Workhouse. Tenders, giving the description of Car, drc., and st
June 16, 1877 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
TRANSATLANTIC LINE. NEW YORK. SHORTEST. sAFEsT ROUTE. Average 91 days. The General Transatlantic C. Mail Steamers 4,500 tons, 3,000 horse.hower.

TRANSATLANTIC LINE. NEW YORK. SHORTEST. sAFEsT ROUTE. Average 91 days. The General Transatlantic C. Mail Steamers 4,500 tons, 3,000 horse.hower.

classed 100 Al in English Lloyds, LEAVE PLYMOUTH FOR NEW YORK EVERY SATURDAY. FARES from any Railway Station to New York, Boman, or Philadelphia Cab ............iii, 21 guineas. Intermediate 0 to Bedding and all neeresaries found. A 1.1.17 to LUSCOMBE. BELLAMY & Pl)luouth. Agent
June 16, 1877 - Dundalk Herald - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland