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POLAND.

POLAND.

letter from Warsaw of the Btb says : The Grand Theatre was opened yesterday for the first time since the 27th of February last. As might have been foreseen, the audience was composed solely of Russians. The pit was filled with officers, and the boxes occupied by Russian families
24 January 1862 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMAGH QOABPUN FRIDAY, JANUARY, 24. m 2

THE ARMAGH QOABPUN FRIDAY, JANUARY, 24. m 2

THE ARMAGH FRIDAY, JANUARY, 24. 2 However, as the people have found out that w France will” and* 4 England dare*' in this matter follow a com - moo policy and expect concession to the prioriplest of international law, which eannot be refused without practical test of the indiffer
24 January 1862 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARMAGH GUARDIAN.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARMAGH GUARDIAN.

Sir,— The columns of year excellent journal being always open to any suggestion affecting the interest of our townsmen, therefore I take the liberty of drawing your attention, and that of the Authorities to the following statement A report appeared in year last impression, of a
24 January 1862 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
AMERICAN AFFAIRS.

AMERICAN AFFAIRS.

Braman. &Meal:fel — America have put m i. pomeation of varlets. points of interest in amnion with the nil war that is, we mama my egging, bat existing In some shape in that country, while speculations on the .ebjeet contain to occupy the attention of the leadieg journals. It app
24 January 1862 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
FOREIGN PASSPORT AGENCY. . Ilia N ono IS HEREBY OffER. ErM. Jun Caned PasspoßT llrkw LONDONDIRIT, rid dad Ids Oi.a,

FOREIGN PASSPORT AGENCY. . Ilia N ono IS HEREBY OffER. ErM. Jun Caned PasspoßT llrkw LONDONDIRIT, rid dad Ids Oi.a,

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24 January 1862 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
hJT TO THE GLEROY. -jrf

hJT TO THE GLEROY. -jrf

TO THE GLEROY. OUR CLERICAL GREY ANGOLA TROWSERS (Thoroughly shrunk), - SUPERFINE BLACK CLOTH FROCK COAT AND VEST, THREE GUINEAS. KENNY avo OWENS, Tailors, 54, DAME-ST. The livery trade From the eheracter and extant of my Livery Trade, and from the large amount of experience I ha
24 January 1862 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MEXIC vN INTERVENTION.

THE MEXIC vN INTERVENTION.

Paris, Jan. 23. —The Patrie of this evening publishes news from Vera'Cruz to the December, stating General Gassel, while making roconujiisfance, met body of Mexican cavalry which, after exchanging a few volleys, retreated, leaving behind them some provisions and cattle.
24 January 1862 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WINDHAM CASK.

THE WINDHAM CASK.

Tho couit rose at the usual hour, while Mr. Montague Chambers was proceeding with his reply to the whole coso. The adjournment was to Monday next.
24 January 1862 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW CHAMBERS.

LAW CHAMBERS.

JiOUSKS and lands \irANTKD, Solicitor, two Unfurnishevl Rooms, » » large, and well !lghl«l.on ground or Drawingroom Flo T, Bachelor's walk. Lower Ormond A‘ton's, or Wellington-quay, Gt« Bnm« »'ck-street. Address Mr Crough. lloll< street JAMES'S TERRACE. CLONSKBA—To & six newly-c
24 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TUAM CATHEDRAL.

TUAM CATHEDRAL.

The cathedral movement has taken root in Ireland. Oar readers must familiar with the new cathedral at KUmore, and the re.-torations progress at Patrick’s, Dublin, (though, we regret say, without good profesdonal advice), the cost Mr Guinness ; and at Limerick under Air Slater ca
24 January 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland