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DUBLIN: FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 14 1862.

DUBLIN: FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 14 1862.

94tfee fruan a , 0loirn i 13BL~1LF13I!,A! a BRUARY 14 1862. | I DULN FRDY FL, I Tuim HoueB of Lords was last night ocoupied with. the considertion of the ngev education code. In the House of Commons, a new writ for the county of Longford was moved for, ?? White having ac- cepted
14 February 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

I SPORTING INTELLIGENCE;. MANCEIESTER BELTbING-YsrEaRsAY. (DY NAONETIC lrtHLOIGALH.) Liocoi ll andlcap-7 to I agat Sburban (t). Liverpool Steepicehbse-9 to 1 agat the Dane (t) ; 10 to I aget Huntsman (1); 2 to I agst Bucophalus (t.) Two Thousand (iulneas-3 to 1 agat Clatbar (offd
14 February 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THFAT1 ROYAL, DUBLIN. - . . 1st Week of the Pantomimo LAST GRAND JUVENILE NIGHT. For tbe conenlenee of pereons residing at a distance and the Juvenile Branches of families, the performance will somsneneont Seven o'Cloek, and be eo arranged that the l'anteosime wrill terininate at
11 February 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHION AND VARIETIES.

FASHION AND VARIETIES.

?? -i FASSION E MM m i . ~ ?? . d . His Excellency the Mor& Lieutenaint has! been. plcaed to appoint Edward iuttoh, MLD., taienember of: the Beard of Suporlatondence of the City of ZDabind Has- . pital, in tlie rbom of ?? W. Cnsk, Eiq,, M D., dooeusad.j The f61hdwing left ?? yest
8 February 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FIRE BRIGADES—NEW YORK AND DUBLIN.

FIRE BRIGADES—NEW YORK AND DUBLIN.

FIR1EBRIGADES-NEW YORIK AND DUBLIN. 1 laY AlN Iitsss AXlERICN. Having noticed in the columns of the FeaEeRNsel JOURneAL that there is at present a new Fire Bri- to gade organising in this city, I trust you may be kind g9 enough to allow me the opportunity of laying before th your
12 February 1862 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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PRICES OF SHARES AND STOCKS.

PRICES OF SHARES AND STOCKS.

BANKS AND RAILWAYS. l n e AMNtS, &0e £ £ Northern Bank ?? 30 100 Belfast Bank ?? 25 1100 Ulster Bank ?? 2JI 10 Provincial ?? 25 1100 Royal Bank ?? 10 160 ilibernian ?? 25 100 National Bank ?? 25 60 Commeroial Buildings.. 93 93 City of. Dablin Steam.. 100 100 Belfast Steam-Ship C
13 February 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ECOLESIASTICAL.

ECOLESIASTICAL.

THE, ESTABLISHED CHURCH. - DIOCRSE OF TUAM. The Arcbdeaconry of Achonry and Union of Kil- loran, vacant by the death of Archdeacon Verschoyle, have been conferred by the Bishop of Tuam on thb Rev. Hamilton Townsend, of Tourmakeady, County Mayo. The Prebend of Rosseckbeg, also va
10 February 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

?? I Q , b e., . - ?? : ? Nelfastilov 'l -," ' ` I1?9 s " rfttr+'. I.LYJJ ?? ?? (ESTABLISHED ANNO 1737.) BELFAST: TUESDAY, FEB. .11r 1862. "ST IN the House of Lords, last night, an important lbi. discussion took place in reference to the confine. Oot ment of British subjects in F
11 February 1862 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
t'IOOK a Gentleman's family, steady Woman, who J thoroughly understands her business—soups, pastries, jellies, m.ide up dishes, the management of

t'IOOK a Gentleman's family, steady Woman, who J thoroughly understands her business—soups, pastries, jellies, m.ide up dishes, the management of

dairy, and baking of bread, with her own barm : has lived with most respectable families Address ff. Mcrtkui row, or office of this paper. a steady, respectable Person, who understands * her business, soups, jellies, creams, and made dishes ; has long and satisfactory discharges
12 February 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
iioms.

iioms.

HOTEL, SOUTH FKEDEBICK-STREET, W DUBLIN. BYRNE, late of Jury's Hotel, returns bis thinks bis Sends and the Public generally for the liberal support be already received, and hopes strict attention to the cornf.-rta of bis guest*, and a moderate scale of charges, to meet a continu
8 February 1862 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland