Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 1,636 articles

BELFAST AND COD ALTERATION OF TRAINS.

BELFAST AND COD ALTERATION OF TRAINS.

ON AND AFTER FEBRUARY In, TRAINS on WEEK DAYS will leave Belfast— For DOWNPATRICK, at 8 ajn. and 1 43, 4 60, and 7 Fee DONAGHADEE, 8 am., 4 80 and 35 m. FromDOWN PATRICK for .BELFAST, 7 35 and to 15 a. as., and 3 20 and 7 p.m. For farther information, ten Bills. JOHN BROUGHTON.
24 January 1862 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WEEKLY PRICE CURRENT

WEEKLY PRICE CURRENT

Rotundo every night (Smturd** GREAT SUCCESS Mr. .nd Hr.. PADL-S \r\V KNTKKTAINMKN I, CONSISTING IS IMPER3ONA- with ihc l'r*wlnK-ro«m BorI«q»e. rt“.M. .ilh Song?, m» n...J (• M"fl *|)ur!np •l.c Hurlciur. nprr>*riou«ly funn .L ?° .*’ **" titled-TI UKISII LAND, bcK.Teo. lh« «• V .
24 January 1862 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH RAILWAY KtTLKNS. MADE THE kMPSCTIVt VSPtB^ £ 8. d. £ a. Belfast and Down f lan Vil I Belfast

IRISH RAILWAY KtTLKNS. MADE THE kMPSCTIVt VSPtB^ £ 8. d. £ a. Belfast and Down f lan Vil I Belfast

and Nth Counties (Jan. IJ) lo e. lb.. » Cork and Bandon (Jan.lSi I. . Cork. Bla* and I'aa. iJan. '* " ' * Dublin and IW'.f. lane (Jan. - • 0 « I- » Gt. and West. (Jan. V, '• •• •;* Irtah South Eaatet* (Jan-I • > . , , Unmrtekand (Jan.1.)... I Limerick and Ennis (Jan l.i tb* * •*
24 January 1862 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CAMDUIDGE.

CAMDUIDGE.

egatioo was held toknee to the illor was passed een done long since, new Chancellor .• its corporate fuuc- dtancellor to the Ictg his election, fe-Chanci-llor: lire house. Jan. 17. TLKMI.S OS' TUB of your clioico id gratitude the high Kiusly elected me. It unexpected satulaccal
24 January 1862 - Dublin Mercantile Advertiser, and Weekly Price Current - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE RIOTS IX NOVA SCOTIA.

THE RIOTS IX NOVA SCOTIA.

St. John’s, N.F., Jan. B.—An extensive riot took place at Carboncar yesterday. Some tw’clve or fourteen persons were shot, but none killed outright. Troops were sent from here midnight to preserve order. The rioters did not injure telegraph wires. St. John’s, N. F., Jan. 9. The
24 January 1862 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
M. FOULD'S STATEMENT.

M. FOULD'S STATEMENT.

The twins' City Article, referring toM Fould’s financial scheme, says that the impression in London continues to favourable. It is considered that the pressure of additional taxation will not too great for patient endurance if the great resources of the country are allowed the a
24 January 1862 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE STORM—SHIPPING DISASTERS.

THE STORM—SHIPPING DISASTERS.

(from the freeman.) Although the wind continued to blow from S.S.E., the weather began to moderate after midnight yesterday morning, and gradually the sea became calmer. The steamers and other vessels in the rivers, got ready to proceed on their respective voyages, as reports fr
24 January 1862 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CXCCUTCD WITH

CXCCUTCD WITH

TASTE, HASTE, PRICES ASTONISHINGLY LOW, {The Quality of the Work Comidored), AT The News Book and Job Printing,
24 January 1862 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
GAME.

GAME.

fr*HE undei mentioned TownUui'i*, i» the COUNTY JL SLILKHNNY, »re strictly ; Phrkstown, Ataiecasorc. Tii»vau««»osh, KilU#py, !mamona, Charloxtown, Balljrninuntain, Siwrt's Caatle, Muilinafcro’, Clooae, Faby, MManroe,. ?»alvh •nuck, Bauun«gel‘'2«. Melville, Kahillakcen, Bnliinaai
24 January 1862 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
ADMISSIONS.

ADMISSIONS.

The applications for admission this day wore pretty large, many of our poor fishermen with their families Wing amongst the number. They stated that they could not go to sea, owing the present unsettled stale of the weather, were admitted ; the other applicants being also passed
24 January 1862 - Waterford News - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland