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THE OTAGO GOLD FIELD&

THE OTAGO GOLD FIELD&

(From ties Now Lard (Leal.) GULL; Oct. 14. We are ernes* the match of civilisation, and repmentatives of almoat every the my attics is sad a nand betelisasitha, and mho din Witt vodlotath% pa.per afa Wit—lot-est n-e• a bob (4vglial a ling)—letest pol-ice ni-tehlisem—robbery ! &a
22 January 1862 - Midland Counties Advertiser - Roscrea, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
HA..•WSOME UIaTORICAL rturuaLs.

HA..•WSOME UIaTORICAL rturuaLs.

HA..•WSOME UIaTORICAL VOR SALE. foe one.fuortb of the wittiest tyro very celebrated It.storical Engravings. it eery haulms, ph morroted frames MARTIS LUTILEIt BURNING vas POPE'S BUJ DCTAL Engraved THE OF THE SEVEN BISIIUPS WESTMINISTER HALL. Paistml by Engraved by May be the Ake
22 January 1862 - Midland Counties Advertiser - Roscrea, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
311C1MAID, Aud unity others well known in the trade.

311C1MAID, Aud unity others well known in the trade.

Aud unity others well known in the trade. FOR MELBOURNE. Merchant Prince M'Lay, 1732, 5000, Jan. 20 The magnificent clipper MEteIIANT it of the largest aol nu«t in the .►ustralian fleet and will be de-patched as above, with cargo and pas, +engem She ha, proved her-elf to be one o
22 January 1862 - Munster News - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 
EEADT-MADE DEPARTMENT.

EEADT-MADE DEPARTMENT.

Twenty years ago it would have been difficult t© obtain a well-fitting Readymade Goat Dublin. Now my Customers continue to appreciate increasingly every year the value of this branch. 1 make up large quantities of my very best Goods in the best style for this department Frock an
22 January 1862 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
saotry class. The most energstic mid best educated the peasantry will continue emigrate. Those who remain will conttnne to live

saotry class. The most energstic mid best educated the peasantry will continue emigrate. Those who remain will conttnne to live

on potatoes boiled by means of turf, the only prodace of the soil left to them after payment the rent. Bat let turf and potatoes fail, and famine, eviction and assassination will aga«n, over a great part the country, become, as 1847 and 1852, the normal conditions belonging to t
22 January 1862 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEATHER IN TOE CHANNEL.

THE WEATHER IN TOE CHANNEL.

A gale still continues in the Channel. All inward bound shipping repott very stormy weather ouUid*. The Margaret Evans, which arrived at Kingstown re*.! terday, from Antwerp, last from Holyhead, experienced severe weather on her passage. The ship Majestic, from Liverpool to Bonn
22 January 1862 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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22 January 1862 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
ADDITIONAL.

ADDITIONAL.

Nsw You Ilth.—The great Mississippi expedition-has commenced moving forward. Yesterday General McClelland's brigade went about eight miles down the river, and encamped on the Kentucky side. The rest of the force will probably leave this morning. The expedition comprises from 80,
22 January 1862 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
flu lILY ANI) EXTENSIVE AUCTION. Of ern• bred in-ealf Two and Three year old Ile.fer. ; Vat row. (n seal):

flu lILY ANI) EXTENSIVE AUCTION. Of ern• bred in-ealf Two and Three year old Ile.fer. ; Vat row. (n seal):

reirlio4 Calves, Thor.olghbred Ball, Fat Sheep, llossea r.ip, upwards of 120 Torn l'ti oe rpl flay in !Lek; 129 11.rrel. of £i Ter are Oat.. in Do ; 110 of Skirrina's Seed k Tondo* di) Barrels of l'rinue I Willi Irwin implements, . "'rim Steherrilwr toga to *owner* 11141 he is h
22 January 1862 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BZ LET.

TO BZ LET.

TO BE LET. for six months, subject to rzdemption, the Corn end %Toolien Mill at Inch net Kinscony, with the Donee and about quarter of an acre I l ud late in the of Mr. David Davis. To au isnurniing Una-A a ion:: lease wool.) hr given filer di* of such tierii.l without rottenly:
22 January 1862 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland