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DUBLIN: TUESDAY, JANUARY 28 1862.

DUBLIN: TUESDAY, JANUARY 28 1862.

01IB jrkXUal__ ?? I ?? ?? DUBLIN TUESDAY. JANUARY 28 1862. YE.myEIDAY the Emperor of France opened the Legisla- tive Chambers for the session 1862, The ceremony commenced shortly after one o'clock in the large hall of the Louvre, which is generally appropriated to similar proceed
28 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE POSSIBLE FATE OF MASON AND SLIDELL.

THE POSSIBLE FATE OF MASON AND SLIDELL.

I TEE POSSIBLE BATE OF M1ASON AND SLIDELL. (Frowe the Newo York flerald) Considerable speculation is afloat respecting the fate of the British steam sloop-of-war Rinaldo, and, per con- sequence, of those notorious personages, Mason and Slidell and their secretaries, who were on b
28 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW COURTS—YESTERDAY.

LAW COURTS—YESTERDAY.

I .LAW COURTS--YESTERLDAY. I COURT OF CHANCERY. The Afttrney-Ceneral v. The Wesxford Jlasou'b la Em- bankment Conml ?? was a suit by the At- ?? to have a declaration that iCOOt. were well charged on certain lainds which were reclaimed by the commissioners. A sum of 10,000). was o
28 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

DUBLIN COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

DUBLIN, SATURDAY EVENING Exports of orter for the week, taken from tiss Dubln Dqaiy Zist:_ Arthur Guinness, Son, & Co, ,.b35 Robert-Manders & Co. .. . .. . . , ,97 Joseph Watkins & Co . ?? ?? ?? 141 John D'Aroy & Son ?? 114 All others ?? ?? ?? . ?? 253 DUBLIN TRADE REPORT. 1,4 B
28 January 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Morning News.

The Morning News.

BKLFAST, TUESDAY, JAX. IMi American n«i givea in succeeding column, the having arrived in Qneenatown yestrHij, from New Turk on the 15th inst. There La point special in the intelligence, the belligerents maintaining their former positions, varied only occasional unimportant skir
28 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Qcbek's Health. —The Bishop of Peterborough (tutor the Queen when Princess Victoria), a meeting adopt an address condolence ta

The Qcbek's Health. —The Bishop of Peterborough (tutor the Queen when Princess Victoria), a meeting adopt an address condolence ta

the Queen, held in that town, said, perhaps one living knew more her Majesty'a private character than ltiin»elf, knew what deep and tender feelings she had. From letter lie had received the previous day, in reply letter condolence which he had written and hadirected to her Majes
28 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A Fhexch Modi or l)i3T«c.-w.—The want of employment i educed vmt number families in Lyon* distress. If not relieved the

A Fhexch Modi or l)i3T«c.-w.—The want of employment i educed vmt number families in Lyon* distress. If not relieved the

consequences may become more fatal, for many of them have listened to proposals to vroigrate to foreign countries. The director of the SiM' adds that when be made acquainted with the distress into which many of countrymen are plunged, hi* first thoaght was to wbom he should send
28 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
, BIRTHS. WCfc«Kl. L.«, 3*lfaat, the WTfW of Mr. Kmne?, a son. January '£>, Kißeea, Down, the wife of Mr

, BIRTHS. WCfc«Kl. L.«, 3*lfaat, the WTfW of Mr. Kmne?, a son. January '£>, Kißeea, Down, the wife of Mr

Hugh Km. of moo 'M, IWtw«.«l. the wife 0 f Hugh January 23, at Armagh more Station, the wife of Mr John Hum. B»«»io,.ma*.,r. daughter. Jsooary it, Conn's Hill, Tartaraghan, the wife of Mr. Co«n, 1...,, manufacturer, twins, both MARRIED. 23, in the Pferuh Church the Rev. JohMton
28 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE KING OF NAPLES.

THE KING OF NAPLES.

translate from V Union the following correspondence from Naples:— The King Francis 2nd has placcd himself at the head of the intelligent men of the kingdom who will be able create party that will be the bond of anion to bind lower Italy with the other populations of the common c
28 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
rpoOTH ACHE.—HOWAUU S ENAMEL.— I*atr»oi«ed her Maj.aty the (i-teen. end hi* Royal IlighucM the Prince of Wale*. For •tapping ra>ed

rpoOTH ACHE.—HOWAUU S ENAMEL.— I*atr»oi«ed her Maj.aty the (i-teen. end hi* Royal IlighucM the Prince of Wale*. For •tapping ra>ed

teeth, however large the cieity 1* a*ed In ••>ft state, without pressure or pain, and hardens into a white enamel. It year*, rendering uuneccs«afy ; arrosis all further pmfreaa decay; and the teeth are again useful l*> ntftall• alion. This valaabb Knamcl is in a s .ft atate. an
28 January 1862 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland