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PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS IN ITALY.

PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS IN ITALY.

Turin, Jan. 22. Thh love the Italian* all for music an. the drama, no less than for all other exhibition* in tended for public entertainment, is one of thai most innate anil deep seated instincts. It is to thi gift or this weakness that they to a great extea owe their proficienc
30 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SUFFERINGS OF A SHIPS CREW-HORRIBLE NARRATIVE.

SUFFERINGS OF A SHIPS CREW-HORRIBLE NARRATIVE.

SUFFERINGS A SHIPS CREW-HOR- RIBLE NARRATIVE. Thb St. John Daily .Vrr< ha* the following account of the sufferings John F. Sullivan and hi* companion, deserters the whales hips Daniel Webster and Anael «»f New Vetiforxl, in Cumberland Strait*, on the of August laat.— The narrativ
30 January 1862 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Just Published, in a Vols., with Portrait, 31s. fid., bound, The private diary of richard DUKE OK BUCKINGHAM AND CHANDOB,

Just Published, in a Vols., with Portrait, 31s. fid., bound, The private diary of richard DUKE OK BUCKINGHAM AND CHANDOB,

K G. Hubst and Blackett, Publishers, 13, Groat Marlborough-street London ; and to had of all Booksellers. Hodges, smith and <To. lave just received the following NEW PUBLICATIONS:— BURKE PEERAGE AND BARONETAGE for 1862. 38s. LODGE PEERAGE AND BARONETAGE for 1802 31s. Ud KEITH JO
29 January 1862 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE TELEGRAPH SYSTEM.

THE TELEGRAPH SYSTEM.

* * On Saturday, a meeting of the friends and jpsociates of Sir Charles Bright was held at the George Hotel, Dale-street, Liverpool, for the purpose of preajnting testimonial to Sir Charles Bright on the occandk of his relinquishing the position of engineer-in-chief tht British
29 January 1862 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CASE OF MR. WINDHAM.

THE CASE OF MR. WINDHAM.

Commission Lunacy—London, Tuesday. THIRTY-SECOND DAY. The Court re-assembled this morning in the Westminster Sessions House. Mr. Chambers, Q.C., in continuing his speech for the petitioners, said he would remind the jury of certain instances in the career of Mr. Windham which ha
29 January 1862 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DRUMMOND GIFT.

THE DRUMMOND GIFT.

Messrs. Ferrier, Pollock, and subscribe to the fund originated by Mr. Drummond, for the foundation of a school for soldiers' daughters.
30 January 1862 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Death op the Provost Eton.—We regret announce tl;e death of the Bev. Edward Craven Hawtrey, Provost of Eton, which occurred

Death op the Provost Eton.—We regret announce tl;e death of the Bev. Edward Craven Hawtrey, Provost of Eton, which occurred

on Wednesday night last, at the Provost's-lodge, Eton College, to the Trnd year of his age. This eminent man was appointed assistant master of Eton, in 1814, to the head mastership on the sth of August, 1834, upon the resignation of Dr. Keste, and elected provost on the demise o
30 January 1862 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LANDED ESTATES COURT. LANDED ESTATES COURT, IRELAND. COUNTY OF LIMERICK. SALE on FRIDAY, the 14th day of MARCH, 1862. In

LANDED ESTATES COURT. LANDED ESTATES COURT, IRELAND. COUNTY OF LIMERICK. SALE on FRIDAY, the 14th day of MARCH, 1862. In

.the Matter of the Estate oH O BE SOLD, Michael Murphy and L before the Honourable Charles Henry James, Asaig- Judge Harckeave, at the of John Frewen, an In- Landed Estates Court, Dublin, solvent, or of William Frewen on FRIDAY, the 14th day of or of Maty Frewen, MARCH, 1862, at
30 January 1862 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A CHARITY SERMON WILL be Preached on SUNDAY, the 9th of FEBRUARY, in BLARNEY CHAPEL, at Twelve o'Cloek Mass, to

A CHARITY SERMON WILL be Preached on SUNDAY, the 9th of FEBRUARY, in BLARNEY CHAPEL, at Twelve o'Cloek Mass, to

aid in paying off the debts incurred by tho enlargement of the Parish Church, the REV. P. J. DOYLE, Profntor, St. Cohmm't College, Fermoy. Donations of those who cannot conveniently attend will gratefully received fcy A. Pbtton, P.P., Rev. W. Dait, R.C.C, or the Rev. Preacher. (
29 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of 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