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ER MAJESTY THE QUEtEN READING THE SCRIPTURES TO A SICK FISHE R- MAS.-The athetic and interesting Picture, painted by Gorsnxr ST2anL, R. SA., of "A COTTAGE BEDSIDE AT OSBORNE," is iL NOW ON VIEW at Mr. MAGILLJS GALLERY, Doneall Place. It H. T'E PRINCE OF WALES.- *1 The beautiful P
1 February 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Army.

The Army.

I izte ?? INFNTfRY RELIEFS IN 185. I f Linero rnZ AMRMY ANfD NAVY GAZEr.] TaH period has now arrived when the movements of regiments during the year 1865 may be anticipated with something approaching to accuracy. With re- gspet to the fooeign reliefs we indicated a plan last Augu
7 February 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Commercial.

Commercial.

6 allmurcial. TS WTrON TRADE.3! WE take the following from Messrs. Neil!, Brothers, & & Co's cotton circular, dated 1st Febrauy:- . Throughout the month there have been occasional rumors of peace propositions, and the trade have been kept anxious and uneasy, while at the same tim
7 February 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
, , - oug' _ opposed by every patriotic Irish representative. 1 Any man who professes to recognise the vital

, , - oug' _ opposed by every patriotic Irish representative. 1 Any man who professes to recognise the vital

importance Ireland of these measures, and who is at the same time prepared support government that will not concede either one or the other of them, should: rejected as an unsound politician, and at best a useless representative; ‘Herethen, Electors of Tralee! is the simple prac
4 February 1865 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
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4 February 1865 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 

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THF MOST REV DR FEENY.

THF MOST REV DR FEENY.

MOST REV DR FEENY. are author sed to state that there is no foundation for the statement contained paragraph which quoted the other day from the Evening Post, to the effect that the Most Rev Dr Faeny, the revered Bishop of Kil (ala, was about call in coadjutor. are happy to add t
4 February 1865 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
HKPOR'fANTXO ALL.

HKPOR'fANTXO ALL.

ALL. NKW WORK BT TUI AUTHOR OF • THE PEOPLE’S GUIDE HEALTH,’ &c. DR. SMITH, who has had Twisty ya-ra’ practical axprrience in tha Treatment and Cure of NERVOUS and PHYSICAL UKIiILITY, LOSS of APPETITE, PAIN’S in the BACK, INDIGESTION, ERRORS of YOUTH. SPERMATORRHOEA, &c., just pu
4 February 1865 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS:

MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS:

there is one thing mor e than another for ,|, Pills are so famous it is .heir purjfvimt t ron, ally fhetr.power of cleansing the blood t,M °- and removing dangerous and renewing ' lions. Universally adopted the one 4aml . d female complaints, these Pills never fail, 'novel we'lT
4 February 1865 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
DEBILITATED CONSTITUTIONS.

DEBILITATED CONSTITUTIONS.

cases of debility, langour and nervonsners, genetatei by excess of any kind, whether mental orphysical the it feet of theae Pills is in the highest degree bricing' rensr .»liog and restorative. They from the system ■niorbid cause of disease, re-estahliah .the digestion, twahu ll
4 February 1865 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

It3Y NAG-NETIC TELEG&M-.t1T A M E R I C A. Additional advices per Chinae state that the peace ruamors bad dropped. The Richmond journals denuanee all peace pro. !jects. Captain Sernmes in a speech declared that, despite recenrt reverseF, the prospects of the South -were still br
6 February 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland