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NEWS OF THIS DAY.

NEWS OF THIS DAY.

Evening Maii. Office, 11 A M PRUSSIA. Berlin, Feb. 2—On account of the stay of hi Royal Highness Prince Alfred in Berlin, the British Ambassador will give an evening party on the 4th inst., at which the King and Queen of Prussia win be present. The treaty between Prussia and Old
3 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THIS DAY.

THIS DAY.

LAW INTELLIGENCE. roURT OF CHANCERY (THIS DAY). THE NEW ATTORNEY-GENERAL. . sitting of the court this morning, Mr. Lawson, 'ull bar costume, appeared the side bar. u l;[) Chancellor, addressing him, said—Mr. n her Majestr has been pleased to appoint you her La pv-G« neral for lr
3 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Loss of a Schooner and Destruction of the Douglas Breakwater. —One of the most terrific easterly storms that have visited

Loss of a Schooner and Destruction of the Douglas Breakwater. —One of the most terrific easterly storms that have visited

the Isle of Man for some years broke over it on Sunday at noon, and has continued with scarcely any abated violence until Monday night. During Sunday there was blowing a strong wind from the eastwavd, and about noou it increased into a violent hurricane. Some time during the aft
4 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Court ok Bankkuitcy, London, Feb. I.—ln rk Teesdale.—The bankrupt, Christopher Teesdale, applied pass his examination and for an order of

Court ok Bankkuitcy, London, Feb. I.—ln rk Teesdale.—The bankrupt, Christopher Teesdale, applied pass his examination and for an order of

discharge. He described himself late of Copstown Mallow, Cork, Irelaud, afterwards Hognor, Sussex, and of 12, Wellingtonsquare, King's road, Chelsea. The debts represent an aggregate of £17,190; there ara no available assets, but property to the extent of £4,900 is in the hands
4 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

Six officers, two hundred and fifty non-commissioned officers and 111 n the 25th Regiment, together with fifty women and sixty-one children, left the North-wall quay yesterday, the steamer Iron Duke, fit route from Athlone to Preston. Circular No. War Office, Jan. 2, 1865. Sir—l
3 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Roast Pig.—Most people know how and where roast sucking pig was invented. Charles Lamb translated the history the great discovery

Roast Pig.—Most people know how and where roast sucking pig was invented. Charles Lamb translated the history the great discovery

froin a Chinese manuscript of much antiquity. The scene was China; the great benefactor gourmands for all future time was Bo bo, a swineherd. had been left by his father, Ho-ti, watch over a litter of young pigs; and set the parental abode, which was also the pigstye, on lire. T
2 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ERRORUM SYLLABUS ULTRAMONTANORUM.

ERRORUM SYLLABUS ULTRAMONTANORUM.

(FROM THE GLOBE.) I. —ANTI-NATURALISM. 1. That the Pope is a wiser man than other men, and quite incapable of making a mistake. 2. That he privileged age, sex, condition, or circumstances scold, lie docs without ceasing, the rest of the human race. 3. That the Pope, although he
2 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DRAWING-ROOM AT THE CASTLE.

THE DRAWING-ROOM AT THE CASTLE.

Their Excellencies the Lord Lieutenant and Lady Wodehouse held their first Drawing-room for the season, at Dublin Castle, last evening. Tlieir Excellencies entered the Throne Room shortly after nine o'clock, attended by the following Officers and Ladies of the Household and Staf
2 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WAR IN AMERICA

THE WAR IN AMERICA

THE WAR AMERICA Peace Rumourrs; Peace Commissioners Appointed the Confederate Congress Georgia Returning the Union; Operations at Wilmington; Sherman’s Operations; the St. Alban’s Raiders; Pre-ident Davis Willing to Receive Appoint Peace Commissioners; Foil Carswell Blown Up, Off
4 February 1865 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
6-i H E NORTHERN WHIG, BELFAST, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 186 5.

6-i H E NORTHERN WHIG, BELFAST, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 186 5.

4 February 1865 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland