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New York, Jan. 15, Morning.—ln Congress,

New York, Jan. 15, Morning.—ln Congress,

New York, Jan. 15, Morning.— ln Congress, ing the discussion on the Bill for making an appro priation to send American goods to the English Exhibition, Mr. Owen Lovejoy made the following remarks :—“ oppose this Bill, as it is enough for us to have been humbugged, dishonoured, an
31 January 1862 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE SYNOD OF DOET the third. (WRITTEN FOR THE ARMAGH GUARDIAN.) I have elucidated dark scene of history.” I have

THE SYNOD OF DOET the third. (WRITTEN FOR THE ARMAGH GUARDIAN.) I have elucidated dark scene of history.” I have

shown a professedly Protestant tribunal, the proceed* ings of which would have disgraced the worst age o« Popery. I have exhibited before that tribunal patient, meek, and suffering band of Christian heroes. Does the man in the mask undertake the defence of the Synod ? Does he de
31 January 1862 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
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It would able pl«ce the word, a village; par’d respectabil Stale first had perial pari ing radical wery backb We

than from any g still from one after t ,We did nol dress; and folly of ou: the coasli[ tenor of ou lives, and customs ai cur des before one above. Few peoj Cessions e' borne in it and Holer afterwards back on the hand, the Crimei of the past mitted, bul We had rector who lieved
31 January 1862 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
rSTAMFID <lll 01.—.. 1 UNSTAMPED...£I I orAJtAX-

rSTAMFID <lll 01.—.. 1 UNSTAMPED...£I I orAJtAX-

rSTAMFID <lll 01.—.. UNSTAMPED.. .£I or - wli* John Al(M,Ka«t H«mok 28, at Crookatown House the wile of dept. Herrick, 12tb Regiment, of eon. Hopetonn—January 25, Lobenham Hall, near Market Harbro’. the Counteei of Hopetoon, of son, who survived his birth only Sew hoars. Jennings
31 January 1862 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO DISTRICT REGISTRARS AND ALL WHOM IT MAY

TO DISTRICT REGISTRARS AND ALL WHOM IT MAY

CONCERN. Twenty-five pounds reward be given for the PRODUCTION, on or before the Ist of MARCH,IB62, of the last WILL and Testament of Jakes Gyles, formerly of Castletown Cooley, near Dundalk, in the COUNTY OF LOUTH. Ireland, who died at Caatletown Cooley, aforesaid, abont tiie y
31 January 1862 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: FRIDAY. JANUARY 31 1862.

DUBLIN: FRIDAY. JANUARY 31 1862.

AJAR trumads ga uuraloI TiIE Windham case hls at length arrived at the conclusion. After thirty-four days consumed in the examination of a multiplicity of witnesses, summoned from almost every quarter of the globe, the expenli- ture of a munificent fortune, and the display of th
31 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TUAM FUEL RELIEF COMMITTEE.

TUAM FUEL RELIEF COMMITTEE.

- ?? .1 I . .. . I _ It will be seen by the subjoined correspondence that Lord Plunket has replied, through the Rev. B. J. Clarke, by a letter dated the 25th inst., to the letter addressed to him by Mr. Costello, as secretary to the committee which had been ministering to the wa
31 January 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.

FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 31, 1862. Since the Ist of October, on which day the Acl for repealing the Paper Duty came into operation, the Cork Examiner is given to Subscribers at the following terms UNSTAMPED. City £1 18s. Od. per Annum. Country £2 os. Od. do. STAMPED. To both City
31 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
RUSSIAN.

RUSSIAN.

St. Petersburg, 30th.- the Journal de St. Petersburg of to-day announces that the assembly of nobles at Moscow has decidttt upon proposing to the Emperor the application of the principle of election to the administration of justice, and that the taxes should be collected in the
31 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TERRIBLE SHIPPING DISASTER AT HOLYHEAD THIRTY-THREE LIVES LOST.

TERRIBLE SHIPPING DISASTER AT HOLYHEAD THIRTY-THREE LIVES LOST.

Kikostow*, Thursday, One p.m.—A terrible shipping y nff ST, T CDin ?' cen sil "'>< l •even , ' „ oy ead. The Etna screw steamer, going sonth to Queenstown, came in collision with large, fullrigged ship name yet unknown, five miles west of Holyhead, the sfitp sinking instantly in
31 January 1862 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland