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THE PRESS.

THE PRESS.

THE AMERICAN DIFFICULTY. (FROM THE TIMES.) It Now that the Trent affair is over, the fermentation of Yankee eloquence is rising. Until Lord Lyons had e delivered the demand nothing could be more still - than the official personages who had the power of *t making amends. The voic
28 January 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AGRICULTURE.

AGRICULTURE.

j: PACTS FOR FARMERS. y TARTARY OATS.-Black Tartary oats are, in Ire- e land, a good, hardy, productive oat, weigh heavily at e the scales, good for feeding, and produce excellent l; meal. The variety is coming more and more into re- y pute every year. ir MOST ECONOMIcAL FEEDING
28 January 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE COMMERCIAL STATE OF NEW YORK.

THE COMMERCIAL STATE OF NEW YORK.

THE COMMERCIAL STATE NEW YORK. The city article of tha Herald says the accounts from America arc of the most desponding character, the commercial situation of New York being unparalleled. THE RECEPTION OF THE PAPAL NUNCIO. Paius, Friday. —The Monitewr reports the official recepti
25 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COMPANY

COMPANY

are glad to sec that the directors are making move to have the line opened the let May, a second call being m enable them to so. The rapidly-increasing population of Kingstown and its eurburbs, with a etiTl gr'atcr increase the railway receipts, even at their nigh rates, shows t
25 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PHYSICIAN

PHYSICIAN

J MOORE NELIGAN. Eaq.. M.D., 17. Menion-square. Ea*t SOLICITOR ROBERT CASEY. Esq, hANKKKS : ROYAL BANK IRELAND LIFE DEPARTMENT. The Policies now course being by this Company secure every advantage deniable from the system of Life Assurance. The been llberaSDed In the greatest de
25 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
(Good Plain) and Thorough Servant--A steady, J active Woman, who has thorough knowledge of her business. wants a situation above;

(Good Plain) and Thorough Servant--A steady, J active Woman, who has thorough knowledge of her business. wants a situation above;

her character for honesty, trust Ac., win bear the strictest Investigation; will most highly recommended her last mistress, with whom the has lived upwards of five years in town Address 8 South King street, or 89 Lower Abbey street CIOOK, a respectable Woman, who understands her
23 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRKDIIRICK WILLIS.

FRKDIIRICK WILLIS.

WILLIS. CHAMBERLAIN’S OFFICE, Untalii Castle. January, 18C2. will DRAW!NG-KOOM at the Castle, on THURSDAY, the Januiry. 1862. Nino o Clock. The Ladies un*! Gontlemen wh» purp >*« attending the Drawlnx- Room are r- I.ring with them Two Carda, with their Names and b..|h In Town and
23 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL.

LONDON COURT OF COMMON COUNCIL.

At the last meeting of this Corporation the sum of XIOO was unanimously voted towards the relief of the widows and families the unfortunate men who had perished in the colliery. Tim sum was transmitted to the Mayor of Newcastle upon-Tyne, who, from bis position and local knowled
25 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPECIAL NOTICE—BONUS TEAR.

SPECIAL NOTICE—BONUS TEAR.

The next intn-sligation Into the affa’-rs of the Company takes place .!lst January next; and all Life Proposal* made on tlie the Office before that date will rank for one full year share the Profits realized daring the preceding Five Years, which then fall be allocated. UFA OFFI
28 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Commercial Mali. 91, 93, and 93 GRAFT ON-STREET,

Commercial Mali. 91, 93, and 93 GRAFT ON-STREET,

Commercial Mali. 91, 93, and GRAFT ON-STREET, SWITZER. FERGUSON, & CO., MERCHANT TAILORS and OUTFITTERS, and 42 and 43 WICKLOW-STSEET. DUBLIN. VEST and TROUSERS FOB ONE GUINEA, worthy of special attention. J^IVERIES We stand unrivalled In this important branch of our business ; f
28 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland