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MR. WINDHAM'S CASE.

MR. WINDHAM'S CASE.

MR. WINDHAm'S CASE. . I, Vf , rr UAW I f l&,. .U - . COMMISSION OF LUNACY-TuusDAY. TWEN'I2-EIGUT1I DAY. Tigis morning, the Masteriand jury re-assembled in the Westminster Session House foir the purpoi6 of. hearing speecheslof'counsel, the evidence having been, brought to a close
23 January 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
J. !>F. Sf)LI.A an! SON.

J. !>F. Sf)LI.A an! SON.

The Original and ONLY Maoufaeturers of THh ROYAL LILLIPUTIAN ALARM CLOCK, PATRONISED BY H.M. THE QUEEN. Depot. 14. LF.INSTEE-STREET. DUBLIN, With Gilt Fac«*a, 6s. 6d.! I ! i'urceiaio Faces, 6s. 6d.! t I A written enßagerueut for two years. *• tor and thing ran surpatt them." All
23 January 1862 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A FRIEND NEED || OLLOWAY’S PILLS WONDERFUL CURE ASTHMA OF 18 YEARS’

A FRIEND NEED || OLLOWAY’S PILLS WONDERFUL CURE ASTHMA OF 18 YEARS’

23 January 1862 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PUBLISHED DAILY.

PUBLISHED DAILY.

23 January 1862 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PRUSSIAN COURT.

THE PRUSSIAN COURT.

llerliu, Saturday. The King was present at Qrunowald, when the forest was driven for game. The sport lasted till dark, and a great numlsir of deer, foxes, and hares were killed. A lUJenner in the open air was partaken of by the King, who was on foot for some time and was in the
23 January 1862 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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LATEST FROM AMERICA,

LATEST FROM AMERICA,

have American intelligence to the instant the Persia, and to the 9<h from Halifax the Niagara. The Sio'h-rn Consmia ioiiers have not come hy either vessel, and it is surmised that they will reach England in the Riue'do. A*, according to Mr. Seward’s theory, the Niagara might hav
23 January 1862 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
fn water."

fn water."

water." loi»i> Irne art I. Turner, J Front» M Riohardton Dducan, mher of oar naiive ar- Faulkner, A Miclmf, vulve much *\t\cr, in* > give anylliiiuf liko « lion o( the exhibition, ve« of Ibis npponutii'y in i*. —w«* ailmle italogue. Fi»l« Marje«a K.H A.’’ F.onr was primed teveifr
23 January 1862 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
Belfast & northern counties RAILWAY.

Belfast & northern counties RAILWAY.

23 January 1862 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
INTERNAL ORGANS.

INTERNAL ORGANS.

Tlt« icnmodiate loss of muscuiai slrengih ami asrvous i'. more particularly remark in renal • lian most other diseases. Ttieir deficient action for one day liufßzes ‘o produce fever, hence tho necessity for prompt ami efficient treatme.il. Hello way’a Pilla liave the great merit
23 January 1862 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
sns(j gauhrupts, &c.

sns(j gauhrupts, &c.

(FROM THE DUBLIN GAZETTE, TUESDAY, JAN. 21.) Bankrupts.— Lo'.l|{e P*l(««r and Th't.-uas Mm.tgom- ry Palmer, trasiing aa Palmer, Brothers, .»f Hiil-street, Newry, County D .wn, drapera, suvrea lerou Friday, the 31«tJai»ttar,- ; Like f>oyi«, of Temp’e-bar, city Dublin, builder, au
23 January 1862 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland