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DUBLIN: FRIDAY. JANUARY 24. 1862.

DUBLIN: FRIDAY. JANUARY 24. 1862.

g (> fi!s, ".' ,zIrnd' 'i ' , . ;: __ _l~ :, _ _) ?? _ ' _ _ _ _ WlY have now before ua the financial statement of M. | IFould, of which we publiehed an outline already. The I minister's statenent Wut not favoursly iecelvd in Paris-tle French Funds eubmitted to a heavy decline, *
24 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WINDHAM ROMANCE.

THE WINDHAM ROMANCE.

I THE WINDIIAM ROAANCE. A '-On Wedtnet"dahv morning the s laster anti liaryixq*M- ^semibled ?? Sessions Houee. Mr. Karslake ?? hl4 *peeoh in summing up the evidencefor the efleged lumeeatc.l HecQnmmecead by coromrentlng on the evidence of Mrs. Llewollin, 4s to lhe alleged dirty b
24 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SHRIEVALTY OF THE CO. WATERFORD.

SHRIEVALTY OF THE CO. WATERFORD.

The Hon. C. M. Smyth of Ballynatray, was this day (23rd iust.) sworn in High Sherif) of the above couiity, at Roseville, Tallow; and at same time and place, Mr. W. H. Parker, Sol., was sworn as his Stib-SheritT—both before Mr. Thomas Haydcn, Master Extraordinary und Law Commissi
24 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET—THIS DAY.

WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET—THIS DAY.

Small supply of English Wheat. Wheat Is. dearer, bnt millers buy sparingly. Barley unaltered. Beans and Peas dull. International Exhibition, 1862.—Her Majesty's ! Commissioners have adopted the following regulations with respect to the admission of visitors to the Exhibition:— T
24 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Auction op House Property.—The intere«t in the house, No. 3, Wimhrop-streut, occupied by Mr. Beale, hardware merchant, was sold auction

Auction op House Property.—The intere«t in the house, No. 3, Wimhrop-streut, occupied by Mr. Beale, hardware merchant, was sold auction

to day, by Mr. Evans, auctioneer. The house was held under a very long lease, at a rent of a year, to which rent the purchaser was to be subject. After a spirited competition, Mr. W. J, Tomkius, the landlord, was declared the purchaser Bum £350.
24 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST WATER COMMISSIONERS.

BELFAST WATER COMMISSIONERS.

At tha weekly meeting yesterday, the members in attendance were Mr. It. Greer (in tbe chair). Dr. Dill, Messrs Thomas Gaffikin, J. Oulten, Robert Gaffikin. R T. M'Geagh, W. Moore, and William Addison. Some conversation ensued on the recent ruling of the Court in Dublin favour of
24 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THIS EVENING. Bankrupt Sale of Jewellery. Watches. tbf Matter B*»-n'¥!1!E SALE in the A , a hove M.i iter will

THIS EVENING. Bankrupt Sale of Jewellery. Watches. tbf Matter B*»-n'¥!1!E SALE in the A , a hove M.i iter will

Jeweller. kc.. CONTINUED THIS A Bankrupt. EVENING, the 24th inatanr. it n'cln'k, at the MART, GEORGES LAN! iim! ARTHUR PLACE. CHARLES H. JAMES, , Official JOHN H. WAN. Auctioneer, (ieorge'a Lane and Arthur Place Belf.-t, Jaa., Aui'i 1.111 of Household Furniture, Piuo- Forte. Eig
24 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORK AND LIMERICK RAILWAY.

CORK AND LIMERICK RAILWAY.

An arbitration took place on Monday, at the terminus the Waterford and Limerick Railway, in Limerick, for the purpose of determining, in pursuance the Cork and Limerick Direct Railway Company's act, the nature and amount of the accommodation which that company will be entitled t
24 January 1862 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Coote Alexander Carroll, Esq., Ashford, and J. T. Toomey, Esq., of 75, H&rco art-street, Dublin, hare been sworn in respectively

Coote Alexander Carroll, Esq., Ashford, and J. T. Toomey, Esq., of 75, H&rco art-street, Dublin, hare been sworn in respectively

High Sheriff and sab-sheriff of the county of Wicklow. Attack on Postman.—As a young man, named Christopher Bane, a postman of the Bray district, wag yesterday morning proceeding on his round of delivery along a lonely road adjacent to Kilruddery, the seat of the Earl of Meath,
24 January 1862 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Shipwreck and Loss Life.—During the very heavy gale which prevailed on the Irish coast on Saturday, the schooner Orleans, from

Shipwreck and Loss Life.—During the very heavy gale which prevailed on the Irish coast on Saturday, the schooner Orleans, from

Sydney to Cork, was totally wrecked near Youghal. Immediately intelligence was received at that place of the disaster, the life-boat of the National Life-boat Institution was despatched to the rescne, but before she could reach the spot the vessel had gone to pieces, three of he
24 January 1862 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland