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Influenza, Diptheria and sore Throat.

Influenza, Diptheria and sore Throat.

11.. w an imp rata it is to theckt, taking:he fiietlehil•anro—. lure ftom health! ail may do EG wy' Pill , with. ut risk or restrivti In all dims eased effecting the blood, times, awl mosclvs, or in of feeer, sore throat COitiE, cough-, aatlima, and shorttiesa o br.ath the earli
25 January 1862 - Clare Freeman and Ennis Gazette - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
N o. • Year Amount's An ount of . NOW inu Total Revenue Aecumulattd Year ending proposed New Policies ,

N o. • Year Amount's An ount of . NOW inu Total Revenue Aecumulattd Year ending proposed New Policies ,

I 8I • Itleaiuma in each year. Funds ending Slat for hound. Is s• 81at January Assurance. 4 • 1 Jana* i X oi a ! ary. ---- ir-- ..... -- ~.—.., _. --- -- 1858 £169,840 £186,180 1 435 866 £8,989 18 0 £60,706 11 10 £249,556 9 2 1858 1859 206,806 169,171 1 640 477 5,492 1 6 65,701
25 January 1862 - Clare Freeman and Ennis Gazette - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
"MIRE FREEMAN" OFFICE, ENNIS.

"MIRE FREEMAN" OFFICE, ENNIS.

will be in Seto or Five Volumes each I neatly bound in stiff paper covers. The Bret volume begirt, with the first number for December 1858, at the clinmencement of the interesting telt by J. F. Swaim, entitled "THE SUBSTANCE AND THE SHADOW followed by other tales written by the
25 January 1862 - Clare Freeman and Ennis Gazette - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
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25 January 1862 - Clare Freeman and Ennis Gazette - Ennis, Clare, Republic of Ireland
 
RUSSIAN ENCROACHMENTS.

RUSSIAN ENCROACHMENTS.

R USSIAN. ENC ROACH-MENT.S. se. .'(0Rid mia TIMES,) rd, IT .S ?? refreshang ?? a how political sen.. t sation,.or, irntqieanewvo~eat ary rate anolon! , 1 so long fo&r4tten- as to bear a thorough 'revival ad ,bie ,mpnodut.better th'an ever: What doea ti6 reader 7e 'thirik,' lk !ot
25 January 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY.

THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY.

In addition to £433 18s. lid., already received and acknowledged from the diocese of Killaloe, the\ery Rev. Dr. Blake, the respected pastor of Roscrea, baa forwarded the sum of £21 lis., the amount collected his parish. This makes the contribution of the diocese of Killaloe £455
25 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPROVEMENT DEPARTMENT.—THIS DAY.

IMPROVEMENT DEPARTMENT.—THIS DAY.

The in the chair. pßraurr—The City High Sheriff, Messrs. Keaue, Julian, Keller, O'Connell, J. Daly, jun., W. J. Shaw, Gould, W. Hegarty, Adams, Finn, Hickie, Cunningham, Clery, Cantillon, Barrv, Fitzgibbon, Carroll, P. Hegarty, K. Scott, Bremner, O'Flyn, Fitzgerald, Hjrgrave, Mo
25 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
KILKENNY AND SOUTH EAST OF IRELAND ARCHÆOLOGICAL SOCIETY.

KILKENNY AND SOUTH EAST OF IRELAND ARCHÆOLOGICAL SOCIETY.

The annual meeting was held on Wednesday, the Society's Apartments, William-street, Peter Burtchaell, Esq., C.E., in the chair. Several new members were elected. The Secretary then read the following Report op the Committee pob the Yeab 1862. " The financial condition of the Soc
25 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Rev. R. Weil.

Rev. R. Weil.

HEAD MASTER : Rer. J. T. PEARSE. M.A.. late Scholar of Trinity College, and Bell’a Scholar of the University of Cambridge, Th« School will REOPEN the 4lh of Febroary, 1862. The School Feet for pnpile nominated Proprietore, raege from 141. 181. per annum. Thu Head Maater’e terma
25 January 1862 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Menace to England by Americas Representatives. —In the Honse of Representatives at Washington, on the 7th, during a debate which

Menace to England by Americas Representatives. —In the Honse of Representatives at Washington, on the 7th, during a debate which

took place after the papers on the Trent affair, had been laid on the table, Mr. Thomas (Republican) said : —" That message Russell to Lyons, which could cross the Atlantic had not projectile force enough to have passed from Dover to Calais. Nothing is gained for the cause of ne
25 January 1862 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland