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A SUGGESTION.

A SUGGESTION.

SUGGESTION. is hard, just w, the poor, who have r cluthii g, nor productive en - t; but. were easy for the time briufcT, would it proper so without exacting their labour turn ? And beside.*, it should be ; borne mind that unless more food raided li.e country' for the ensuing ye,.
28 March 1863 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
astounding events whifch one often experiences in those extraprdinHrv times, it has rarely happened to me to meet any equal

astounding events whifch one often experiences in those extraprdinHrv times, it has rarely happened to me to meet any equal

to that caused by the appeal to the Catholic clertfy, published you in the aolnnms of the Siecle and of the Opinion Rationale. is you, sir, who some years sines wrote this phrase, Catholicism 1 most dishonoured—that is not enough, must smothered in mud.” Son and Pontiff the Cath
28 March 1863 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
DUNDALK PETTY SESSIONS.

DUNDALK PETTY SESSIONS.

These sessions were held to-day before Messrs E Peel, It M fin the chair), M Kelly, J Murphy. R Dyrne, and the Hon Major Joeelvn. Mrs Myers charged by a« neighbour named' Mary M'Mahon with assaulting her with stick, and Mrs Myers had a-cross-case against Mary M*Mahon Mr D(*nvir
28 March 1863 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
MISCELLAXIIOU*.

MISCELLAXIIOU*.

The remainder of the meeting was occupied consideration of the Anny Estimates. The Trustee* (Scotland) Act Amendment Bill was read third time and passed. Sir G Lewis brought in bill to abolish tha office of Secretary at War, and to transfci the duties of that office one of her M
28 March 1863 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE—Mondat.

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE—Mondat.

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE— Mondat. Ops-eiwo Ekicki.—Consul*, Money, 924 ; for Account, ; New Threes, 90j. CLos]Mir Pkicits. —Consuls Money, for Account, New Threes, 90J 91. LONDON COHN Giles, Som* and Bauku’s Kkport,—Short supply English wheat, with null trade. Last Monday’s price* w
28 March 1863 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
Sailing from Warrenpoint Dock.

Sailing from Warrenpoint Dock.

Wednesday lit April at 8J o'clock Kerning Saturday ' 4th at o’clock Night FKOM UVERPOOL TO Sailuig from Nulson Dock to WarrenpoinU Monday Jlar at o'clock Evening Thursday 2nd April at o’clock Niglit FARES Between Dundalk, WarreDpuint and Liverpool CABIN, STEERAGF aud DECK Ss. Ke
28 March 1863 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
BAZAAR! BAZAAR!! BAZAAR!!!

BAZAAR! BAZAAR!! BAZAAR!!!

IN aid of the Funds for the Com; lotion of the New DOMINICAN CHURCH tet Malachy, Dundalk. BAZAAR and GRAND DRAWING of 100 PRIZES held in the Great Hall of the Commercial Buildings, Dundalk, thesth and of APRIL, 1-861, fur the above purpose. Contributions of Money, Fancy, Plain a
12 December 1863 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
tfovtfsn inUAiQcncc,

tfovtfsn inUAiQcncc,

inUAiQcncc, THE WAR IN AMERICA. ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA—REPUISR of THE AT MIS.StONARY RIOUEi'ROM . r >,OOJ TO 10,0U0 PRISONERS CAPTURED. Qceenstowx, Satorbat Morvis-o —The royal mail ship Asia, from Boston the 25th, and Halifax the 27th ult, arrived oft the harbour this morning. She
12 December 1863 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
CHINA-

CHINA-

Trieste. Dec 3,—Advices received from Pekin to the 3rd October state that the General-in-Chief ot the imperial troops received from the Kraperor order to strangle himself, which he obeyed- JAPAN. Paris, Dec 3.—Paris papers of this evening publish intelligence from Japan, stating
12 December 1863 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
was almost aa * irrepapasiUle’ Abe Lincoln’s petted nigger. But I must to business, and, before giving you even the

was almost aa * irrepapasiUle’ Abe Lincoln’s petted nigger. But I must to business, and, before giving you even the

short details that I will have time to send you I must say a few words of the men—two gallant, gamey, plucky, and able fellows. Both were admirable in their make up,’ shiny and polished mahogany, with surperfluous flesh, but bunches of knotty rmiscles. They seemed to in robust h
12 December 1863 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland