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lzte Drmeg IRISH SALMON FISHERIES. [FROe Tone TIMES.] To-DAT Mr. MIMahon proposes to proceed with his Bill for improving the Irish Salmon Fisheries. On this subject we can but say that it would he a thou- sand pities if any irreconcilable conflict of interests should prevent Irel
27 March 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Advertisements & Notices

?? ~wrfia. SAkLE THIS DAY.J FARM OF, LAND FOR SALE. To be Sold by AUCTION, on THURSDAY, 5th cc March, 18633, at Twelve o'clock, on the Premises, to (unless previously disposed of by Private Contract,) tb THAT EXCELLENT FARM OF LAND, T situate in the Towniand of OLD PARK, within r
5 March 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

6r Rt Plfut T(tW-fffttr+ (ESTABLISHED ANNO 1737.) BELFAST: -THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1863. THE Etna arrived at Queenstown this morning, bringing American news to the 21st ult. The intelligence is of some importance, as it denotes a speedy attack on Vieksburg. The Union mortar-boats wer
5 March 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Assize Intelligence.

Assize Intelligence.

Ikoom &tdfigelym ges COUNTY OF DOWN. bee Do~wNPAM'moic, TUESDAY. [FROM OUR OWN RlEPORTERI.] CROWN COURT. qu THE PARTY PROCESSION CASE-THE JURY DISCHARGED. ke( The jury in the case of David Davidson, son.; rrc David Davidson, jun.; Thomas Wallace, Hugh leg Cromie, William Irvine,
5 March 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Press.

The Press.

9t P o . ~ ?? ?? r'-u THE' STATE OF IRELAND. [FROur TUB OATURDAY iEvisw.J TUB most inconsistent stories have been for some time current about the state of Ireland. The Tbie i asserted the other day, without fear of contradic- tion, that "Ireland is rich and flourishing; every- th
5 March 1863 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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(Signed), B- BARTON &BRAME,

(Signed), B- BARTON &BRAME,

General Managers. The Fifth Ship, with the second instalment (the ThirdXhoueand Emigrants will sail in May, To the Citizens of Waterford and the Inhabitants of its Neighbourhood. WILLIAM AGAK WILL (God willing) TOmnren™ an BnßliMi Scientific School »t hie house, 47, Ilcrosford S
5 March 1863 - Waterford Mirror and Tramore Visitor. - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
WAT Ell FORD MIRROR AN D TRAMORE VISITER MARCH 5, 1803.

WAT Ell FORD MIRROR AN D TRAMORE VISITER MARCH 5, 1803.

WAT Ell FORD MIRROR TRAMORE VISITER MARCH 1803. APPEAL*. J/r. Fon'ler, appellant; Captain Dillon, respondent. This was appeal from tho decision of the assistant barrister for the sum 10s. the value of timber bought at General Kobert’s auction, and which Mr Fowler, as landlord, re
5 March 1863 - Waterford Mirror and Tramore Visitor. - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
SATURDAY,

SATURDAY,

The Grand Jury ufsemblcd this morning when, amongst many others, the following presentment came before them in the barony of Glcnabciry :
5 March 1863 - Waterford Mirror and Tramore Visitor. - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
TUE-DAY

TUE-DAY

John KoMy, nlins Tol»sp, jvw, ?'’.* looking farm labourer, \va« imlioled for • • gamy, lia'ing married in Porllaw on in Fiddown. prisoner was fonnd g iiln and owing his previous good was senten u'd twelve monlhs’ impripo-.. Tito remaining criminal ease was that Lonergan, for sen
5 March 1863 - Waterford Mirror and Tramore Visitor. - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE TESTI-

ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE TESTI-

MONIAL TO U. J. POWER, ESQ. THE Committee request that person* dtriron* to join the intended mark of respect to Mr. Power, will quickly as possible send in their names and snbacriptions to the Honorary Treasurer. HENRY DONOVAN, Square. Mrs. Tnomy, £5 0 P. H. Leahy, Csstteislaad.
28 March 1863 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland