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yiFKII»AYi will **VoUnJp«; his ! ■ *>. i W", i.». cxtncl.s I.ls TrajppsU*B," (see the syllabus, M» iv.l sal.l will be •nlinued Ti-morrow |«ITI Rl* TUKSIJ VV. uni WEDNESDAY, at :il p.m. I-- .s. PonUts Ladi..*«‘ French Aea«lamf. Wbdsks- ftttcnile Private Pupils an Schools, ; visit
24 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MOSELLE.

MOSELLE.

PER DOZ. Ditto Nonpareil (the choicest imported) 6Cs
24 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FEDERAL BLOCKADE.

THE FEDERAL BLOCKADE.

The remarks that the Maritime Powers canbe expected to respect the Federal Blockade unless it is really effective. The commerce of the world cannot suffer itself to despoiled for an indefinite period, under a mere paper blockade. As to the intervention' may be invited or forced
24 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ADUKKSS OF CONDOLENCE.

ADUKKSS OF CONDOLENCE.

ADUKKSS CONDOLENCE. The following address, from tho bishop and clergy of the diocese of Waterford, has teen forwarded to Sir Grey, for her Majesty, and has teen duly acknowledged; TUB MOST MAJESTY. The Humble Address of the Bishop and Clergy of the Diocese of Waterford and Lismor
24 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HARTLEY PIT ACCIDENT.

HARTLEY PIT ACCIDENT.

llabti.kv Fit, 8-45.- -A length of the cribbing has just been got in. will afternoon before it liaished, and then there will be a quantity rubbish to get out before attention can turned to the bringing out the bodies. The coffins are being made at various collieries around, and
24 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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ENGLISH FUNGS.

ENGLISH FUNGS.

City, Thursday Evkniko —Funds opened with firmness, at an improvement of one-eighth per cent., but afterwards became rather flatter. English lUUway stocks heavy,
24 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOUTH UNION.—YESTERDAY.

SOUTH UNION.—YESTERDAY.

"'JI 1". ? , , " a, 'folli.- .1 . ? fioln ?t? Fix-b-.- ?? * Sir 'IslonucT SiAwY, Baett, In the'chalr. sle otl 4ir2. t presie eIV c y qtel s.'hannon Andrew Roger ?? ,Wr lJOhfByrc, .John W.sDout, Jghtn 0. llo.saI James Plunrluett, Edmondtawileo, W. F. Drought, i: Slrnnakcdl' ?? Dra
24 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CANADA.

CANADA.

Montreal, Jan. 6.—When my last was sent off we were without the text of the correspondence between Lord Lyons and Mr. Seward, and the telegraphic abstract produced an erroneous impression of the grounds of the surrender of the Southern Commissioneis and their secretaries. If the
24 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TURKISH SATH CITY VIEW, OVER THE HORTH-MALL, ENTRANCE 30, BLARNEY-LANE. GENTLEMEN, Prom 6 o'Clock to 10 o'Clock, (Morning} 6d. Do.

TURKISH SATH CITY VIEW, OVER THE HORTH-MALL, ENTRANCE 30, BLARNEY-LANE. GENTLEMEN, Prom 6 o'Clock to 10 o'Clock, (Morning} 6d. Do.

6 o'Clock to 9 o'Clock, (Evening) 6d. Do. lOo'Clock, Morning, to 6 o'Clock, (Evening) 9d. Sunday from 10 o'Clock to 5 o'Clock, Gentlemen, 6d. WEDNESDAY FOR LADIES, from 10 o'Clock to 2 o'Clock, 9d. [2266] GEORGE'S-STEEET COACH FACTORY. this ESTABLISHMENT, CARRIAGES of every desc
24 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. SUMNER'S SPEECH.

MR. SUMNER'S SPEECH.

The spcech of Mr. Sumner, published yesterday, must have excited surprise, even in America. The opening of the prison doors to Messrs. Slidell and Mason is to " open the gates of the sea." Did the hearers of this announcement feel no pangs of conscience at having endeavoured to
24 January 1862 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland