Falconer's railway, coach, car and steam navigation guide for Ireland

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1865
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Page 80 - Is. l^d., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., 11s., 22s., and 33s. each Box. There is a considerable saving by taking the larger sizes. NB — Directions for the guidance of Patients in every Disorder are affixed to each Box.
Page 96 - ROOMS, and several suites of PRIVATE APARTMENTS facing the Lake, having been recently added. TABLE D'HOTE DURING THE SEASON. HOT AND COLD BATHS. CARRIAGES, CARS, BOATS, PONIES, 8tc., AT FIXED CHARGES.
Page 97 - THE LAKE HOTEL." IT is situate in the Bay of Castlelough, on the Eastern Shore of the Lower Lake, in the centre of the varied scenery of the Lake, and within ten minutes' drive of the Railway Station.
Page 291 - descents " of the Danube, and descents of the Rhine and of the Rhone, and of many other rivers ; but we have not in print, as far as I know, any descent of the Blackwater ; and yet with all these descents of foreign rivers in my recollection, I think the descent of the Blackwater not surpassed by any of them. A detail of all that is seen in gliding down the Blackwater, from Cappoquin to...
Page 53 - MAIL AND EXPRESS SERVICES TO BELGIUM, GERMANY, AND THE RHINE. VIA DOVER AND CALAIS. FIRST AND SECOND CLASS THROUGHOUT.
Page 9 - ... notice of their intention to send cattle from any station, so that the Company may if possible provide trucks; and, to afford time for receiving and loading such cattle and stock, they should be at the station not less than two hours before the departure of the train by which they are intended to be conveyed...
Page 117 - TOURISTS' TICKETS from DUBLIN TO KILLARNEY & BACK Will be issued by the Trains which run direct to Killarney, at the following Fares, viz.— FIRST CLASS. SECOND CLASS.
Page 100 - Department for the general management of the Company being specially limited by the Deed of Settlement to 10 per cent, of the net Life Income) — there is every reason to expect equally good Bonuses in the future.
Page 14 - Report for the Year stated :— . That the Fire Premiums for the year amounted to...
Page 291 - From the Cork Press, of 1858 :— " His Royal Highness and suite having recently selected the above route, indisputably stamps it as the most desirable and picturesque route for Tourists.

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