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MAKUIAOKS.

MAKUIAOKS.

the inst. the Hiapel of Her. John P.. K-UvarJ CJough. •‘aatleliar, Margaret, danghter Mr, J:oiu*s MHeo, Keel log uos, ami sifter Rev. James Ocp. C.C, Timm. the lial. Jan, Kth. the Most Archbishop Pur. cell. A'l-lrcw P, WnrJ, t-> Mary Josephine, daughter of P. Cody '■ Ksq• nil th
28 January 1862 - Mayo Constitution - Castlebar, Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 
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28 January 1862 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CASSELL’S COFFEES. THESE really rtleb and Choice Coftkes have most favourably known the Public, for long ee> rice ef jeers.

CASSELL’S COFFEES. THESE really rtleb and Choice Coftkes have most favourably known the Public, for long ee> rice ef jeers.

Their excellence lias become to fully acknowledged, that little now requires said to commend them. It )• neettaftry, how.v.r, to lofonn FooiHlo., whor. tiler con oasnre abUintng thorn,** ottwnpl* *r* eon*Unlly made by partita not Agnta lor Cju*n.L'*, to tubatiUU other and inferi
28 January 1862 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
Clonmel Merkete—Thia Day.

Clonmel Merkete—Thia Day.

Is coiu*>)Mbc« of nnmo ioelemmey of the weather, aad and tbOjpwtUt atupeoaion of bueiocaa conaeqatnt on Uw flood, tbo auppliea of (rain since uar last ban boon rsty limitod. Batter|oery scorer, end demand nan lor top qsalitlas. i change our list of qaoUtloas this erenlng. Eed, W
28 January 1862 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
nos ILICSIIT VIM Is ■U.ta+r.

nos ILICSIIT VIM Is ■U.ta+r.

nos VIM Is ■U.ta+r. kdr. Garrisfv referring to inn Irv* is town last week, said—Not one of there was allowed to attain to any magnitude, owing to the enemies and promptness of the Fire Brigade. It was very gratifying now to And that, although one Board has the management of the w
28 January 1862 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NEW BALTIC TIMBER. be. L& T. DROWN ARE NOW DISCHARGING, • end offrx for SA LE, the Cargo the Men

NEW BALTIC TIMBER. be. L& T. DROWN ARE NOW DISCHARGING, • end offrx for SA LE, the Cargo the Men

Riga, consi•ting °l Pieces TIMBER DEAL.;IW 7 Patricia' LATH A 00D; And iurl dirchsrged Cargo of IPLATES, Four Brothers, from Bangor, N. Wales, coftisting of— SI Tons QUFF.NTON and PRINCESSES 3 SAWN SLABS (•atious); 6,600 COUNTESSES, al 10. 0, Messier Swot, &Wail.
28 January 1862 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Camps et allipmy mealeiee a Deane.

Camps et allipmy mealeiee a Deane.

et Deane. W 1 1: AM salkolda m a i tZe Mary. Wane Mee obarmal with y intermarry*, 87th at., leitt gbierh isot wits. lain then ell”. Mr. Joe" apparel awl Mr. lie deers, . The MO abed was Jae Pewit% shah Wootestasuse, f Wiliam Dashed Leis be dee& ?wise Wage, Mee. UA▪ W!memo Mee. Me
28 January 1862 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO BE SOLD.

TO BE SOLD.

TjIOR SALE.—A Brace of perfectly trained, JL 1 well-bred SPANIELS, three years old. Watford! 0 DANIEL RYAN Dog Teacher, Taghmon, county January 84, 1868. Bangor slates. N. J. ANDERSON la discharging two Cargoes of Wyatt’s Best Bangor QommaiZß TONS, PRINCESSES, and DUCHESS SLATES
28 January 1862 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
{BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.)

{BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.)

London, Monday Night. OPENING THE FRENCH CHAMBERS—
28 January 1862 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GRAND NIGHT I UNDER DISTINGUISHED PATRONAGE 111

GRAND NIGHT I UNDER DISTINGUISHED PATRONAGE 111

GRAND NIGHT UNDER DISTINGUISHED PATRONAGE 111 J3OUND ROOM, ROTUND O. BENEFIT OF MR. O. W. MOORE. CowxPlAK, MORROW (WEDNESDAY) EVENING, 29th January, 1862. this occasion the Programme will comprise—“ I long for my home in Kentuck,” Mablo Gray,” (composed by O. Barker, Esq., expres
28 January 1862 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland