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THE POOR LAWS—REFORM.

THE POOR LAWS—REFORM.

1. , ?? 'isrTHE' w .EF FORM. *. weat ha~py~ lto perceive, that "'aotlion" has at length 16e6 takea in regard to 1i extrvely anoma Ious state of tha Irish poor law,. Yesterday a hijghly' important andmost Influential meeting was presided over by his Grace the Most Rev. Dr. Cualen,
24 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WINDHAM CASE GOSSIP.

WINDHAM CASE GOSSIP.

I , V - INDIM CASEW SSIP.' f i I- I r Notwithstanding lbat since Saturday, the, 11th jast.,' s there have been I eeral competing legal entertainments, a thoe Aindham caae still 'holds its place in public popu- larity. Notwithbtanding that, with the frAt' day, of Hilary Term, W*st
24 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

THE MARKUTS. . . ?? .,D.ULiN 'iA8itsT,6,,rUdDAY. Ow -ouing to broken bolaterona weather this wcce4i there hal been littla or not agriculturs 1 outdoor work done. lodinfe rent weasher has also lute rfefed with our ordinary hay Straw, and produce markiet, which, conftlquently, were
24 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

LONDON CORRESPONDENCE.

LoNDO X CORRESPONDE N CE. (FRsOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) so rl LoNDomr, WEDNESDAy. OPI Tag period has now so nearly arrived for the assent Iras bhese Of Parliament that is perhaps unnecessary to hs speculate upon what communication her Majesty'is Masi advisers May make on the sub
24 January 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LEGAL NOTICES.

LEGAL NOTICES.

LANDED ESTATES COURT, IRELAND. GENERAL NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS. the Matter the Estate oH PllllE COURT having William HjmoU, | J. ordered Sato the Owner; [ Lands Broad, situate in Exj-arte the Barony Upper Natan. Dora .Mahon. land county of Meath, all Petitioner. J parties objecting
24 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Rer. E. M, Goalett, LL.D., Ilca-I Master. Resident Assistant Masters—Rev. W. Cliartres, A.U , T.C.D., and A. 8..

GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Rer. E. M, Goalett, LL.D., Ilca-I Master. Resident Assistant Masters—Rev. W. Cliartres, A.U , T.C.D., and A. 8..

Queen's University Sch. C. J. Hecordon, Ksq.. A.H., Cambridge, and a iligb Wrangler in the Matliematlcal Tripoa, ISSB. Mr. T. 8. Alger King's College, London—English, Drawing and Elocution. Herr Bucherer Castro—French, German, and Music. Mr. H. M. St George, Junior-Classical Ass
24 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOTELS.

HOTELS.

DOVI.KS 2« I(<2 BK'CSSWICK-BTEEKT, Combines Comfort, Economy, and a Central Situation. From Ist January. ISC.*, a Hotk of Pkh. Soup, Joint*, anil Entrees, with Second Course, etc, at half-past 5. Js. each. Breakfasts from © clock. Superior Soups always ready. Luncheons (Hot and
24 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSEMAID or House and Parlourmaid— A respectable Woman wants situation aa above; she can make herself generally useful, and make

HOUSEMAID or House and Parlourmaid— A respectable Woman wants situation aa above; she can make herself generally useful, and make

up fine things in the neatest manlier; can he highly recommended her last mistress, who town at present Address J K, 12 North Earl street, 14 HOUSEMAID— A young Woman, who understands her btuines* perfectly, wants situation above ; the works well her needle; can make up fine thi
24 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PRIVATEER SUMTER.

THE PRIVATEER SUMTER.

Jan. —On Monday prolonged canon*, .mg was hoard here, proceeding apparently from* distance of about six miles out at sea. A vessel was sighted this morning, which appeared to be the Sumter; it is supposed that she has sunk her adversarr
24 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ASYLUM FOR THE BLIND.

ASYLUM FOR THE BLIND.

The annual meeting of the friends of this truly excellent and philanthropic institution was held yesterday the Asylum, 2(», Marl borough-street. The objects those who have the management and who support the institution are, to provide for the accommodation of those, who unfortun
24 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland