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SALA ON "LOW LIFE IN NEW YORK."

SALA ON "LOW LIFE IN NEW YORK."

ON "LOW LIFE IN NEW YORK." It was not yet nine o'clock on a January night, anil we began cur investigations of low life in the Bowery. It tlif noisiest, roughest, vulgimt thoroughfare in New York. 'J corner grocery man may have made hundred thousand dollars, hut he does not aspir
7 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
| ARDEN AND FARM SEEDS. TOOLE and COMPANY beg to announce that their Spring Catalogue and Amateur's Guide is now

| ARDEN AND FARM SEEDS. TOOLE and COMPANY beg to announce that their Spring Catalogue and Amateur's Guide is now

ready, aud can bo obtained on application. WESTMORELAND BUILDINGS, 41, WESTMORELAND- STREET, DUBLIN. AND FLOWER SEEDS. THE NEW PRICED CATALOGUE, Giving a siort description of the BEST GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS, Is now ready, will free post application. Please to write for it. With
7 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A new singer, a certain Signora Perelli, who has been making some stir in Naples, is engaged to appear in

A new singer, a certain Signora Perelli, who has been making some stir in Naples, is engaged to appear in

London this season one of tho Italian operas.
1 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONTHLY MILITARY OBITUARY.

MONTHLY MILITARY OBITUARY.

Generals —Sir William Tuyll, K C 11, Col 7 Iluss; Win Lovelace Walton, Col F. Major General—Richard Say Armstrong, Roy Art. Lieutenant Colonel —Charles Gordon Gray, Roy Kng. Majors—George Walter Baldwin, F, murdered in Japan Fra lladin Crawford, F ; and Adam Campbell, Capt Unatt
1 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
outrage in few nights since large nrmed party visited the house of a man named Reillr, on the townlaml ot

outrage in few nights since large nrmed party visited the house of a man named Reillr, on the townlaml ot

Meeltrin, witliin two miles of Carrigallen. and broke in his outer door. Reilly and his wife, the only inmates, were 1, and hearing the noise jumped up ami secured their room door, and whilst doing they could distinctly see the party through aperture over the do<»r breaking into
1 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE UNION FEELING IN GEORGIA

THE UNION FEELING IN GEORGIA

The Savannah Republican publishes the following: " We write amid the greatest exultation the following highly-important information, just received from gentleman direct from Thomasville, six days since. He reports that in the following counties elections have been held since the
1 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WEATHER.

THE WEATHER.

The weather during the past week has been rather wet and somewhat inclement, oaring to the breaking the late frost, the roads have been very heavy.
4 February 1865 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
NO CHARGE FOR STAMPING CRBST9 OK INITIALS, PLAIN, ON NOTEPAPEE AND ENVELOPES. Fire for4|d. ; Fine, 9d. ; Superfine, li.;

NO CHARGE FOR STAMPING CRBST9 OK INITIALS, PLAIN, ON NOTEPAPEE AND ENVELOPES. Fire for4|d. ; Fine, 9d. ; Superfine, li.;

Thick U. 2d.; Extra Thick, la. 6d. 100 Knvelopea from 3id. op. Fifty Beit Irory Vieiting Cards, 1».; Fifty Ladies, la. 3d. Card Plate, 2s. 6d. PENS, INK, SEALING WAX, PENCILS, SLATES, DRAWING-BOOKS, PAINT-BOXES. COPT BOOKS, JUVENILE BOOKS, &0., &c. J. ROSS, STATIONER AND GRAVES,
7 February 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST AND UEttRV.

BELFAST AND UEttRV.

rpUK FIRST-CLASS STEAMERS I GARLAND, ROSE, Or other Vessel, making the ntnally Nino B <nra, will Sail aa under, nnleaa detained by accident other ouuaea:— FROM BELFAST. Every io February, at 3 Afternoon. PROM DERRY (rid Atortcambt). Every in February, at 2 Afternoon. (including
1 February 1865 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CARIHCKFERGUS PETTY SESSIONS.

CARIHCKFERGUS PETTY SESSIONS.

[raOM BEPORTgR..] Carrick/ergus, Tuteday. Tilts morning tbo Petty Sessions (or this town were held in the Court House. Tbeie w-re present on the bench— M. li. E q., J.P.; Thomas Mercer Biroel, Erq., J.P.; James Alexander, E«q , J.P.; James Meebau, E«q., J.P. ; and J. Borlbwick,
1 February 1865 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland