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ARMAGH PETTY SESSIONS.

ARMAGH PETTY SESSIONS.

I . I le A ., - .- - . ARMAGH, TIIURSDAY. sal (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) (Before WM. PATON, JOSEPH KIDD, ANDREW CRAIG, thi Esqrs.; and Major dAULFEILD.) thi ha: ARMSTRONG V. QmI. thi AT the conclusion of the ordinary, business of Petty te, Sessions to-day, Co Mir. KAYE (solic
31 January 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Rumoured Abdication or the CJueen. —The London correspondent the SArfield Daily Telegrnfii says :— 44 A painful rumour is afloat

Rumoured Abdication or the CJueen. —The London correspondent the SArfield Daily Telegrnfii says :— 44 A painful rumour is afloat

in society that the bin been affected the shock of her husband's death a* to have expressed a wiah to abdicate when the Wales come* age in November. I send you as reaches this startling report of an intention so new in English history. I that it may be untrue ; but that the repo
31 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MURDER WILL OUT.

MURDER WILL OUT.

The Court Assizes the Arriege last week tried a man named Jean Faur for a murder committed eleven years ago. It was stated in the indictment that the accused, on his discharge from the army in 1851, went to reside at Erce, his native village, and there formed an acquaintance wit
31 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Londonderry Savings Bank.—A financial statement shows the progress of this bank during the past year. The result every respect

The Londonderry Savings Bank.—A financial statement shows the progress of this bank during the past year. The result every respect

satisfactory, evincing the rapid increase of material prosperity amongst the industrious classes, and proportionality creditable to the local management.
31 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE HERZEGOVINA.

THE HERZEGOVINA.

Ragusa, 30th January.—The Turkish troops advanced yesterday far as Zlasga. The majority of the inhabitants withdrew to Austrian territory. Those who were armed stopped at the frontier. All the insurgents in the neighbourhood, except band numbering about 100 men, dispersed on the
31 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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GREECE.

GREECE.

Trieste, 30th January - . —Advices from Athens announce that M. Mauli's ministry had been replaced by a new one, under the presidency of M. Kanauiss. A popular demonstration has taken place in favour of the latter. The streets of Athens were traversed by patrols. The troops were
31 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST TELEGRAMS.

LATEST TELEGRAMS.

THE WINDHAM CASK EXAMINATION Jilt. WINDHAM. TESTFRDAT—THIRTY FOURTH DAT. This inquiry was resumed for the thirtv-fourth and last time. Sir Hugh Cairns renewed his pro test against Mr. Windham's examination taking place in private. The MasTFR said he had determined to allow the j
31 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MURDER WILL OUT.

MURDER WILL OUT.

The Court of Assizes of the Arriege week tried a man named Jean Faur for a murder committed eleven years ago. It was stated in the indictment that the accused, his discharge from the aruiy 1851, went reside Erce, his native village, aud there formed acquaintance with young woman
31 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
4 ENGLISH LADY of experience wishes xV for KE-ENGAOKMEXT «m GOVERN KBB, where i* not required, or could take the

4 ENGLISH LADY of experience wishes xV for KE-ENGAOKMEXT «m GOVERN KBB, where i* not required, or could take the

entire charge of a ami family. Apply Mr* Rii'UAKDd, Agent for 3 College Street FOREMAN* BLEACHER, who ran well recommended, WANTS a TION. Apply by letter to ** J. J. this Rijht. rpHOROCGH SERVANT WANTED j I MKhl TKI.V. SITCATirVt f,. r ar. ..... able Young oman, 111 above «v|, r
31 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HORSES AND CATTLE

HORSES AND CATTLE

SUFFERING WITH COUGHS, COLDS, INFLUENZA, Ac., are rapidly cured, »ud Broken Wind wonderfully relieved OOSTLINO’S COUGH BA IDS. They arc, morenTer, mint anoeemfnl re - fee Lon* Diecata in Cattle. Sac Pamphlet eootainioK infaraiatian, and Tratimnniala from Gentlaumn of the biaheet
31 January 1862 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland