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STATE OF TRADE.

STATE OF TRADE.

The English funds manifest increased heaviness and have closed at a further dec'ine of an eighth. There was a full discount demand at the Bank and in the Stock Exchange loans were in request at to per cent. The last price from Paris shows no alteration. The corn market was stead
10 February 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
OOTTTEiTTS.

OOTTTEiTTS.

THOUGHTS ON SOCIETY AND THE SPIRIT OP SOCIAL OBSERVANCES. JIANNEKS. ran th'-ybe ncqulrod ?—DifTrrent moans investleatetl.—Nocessitj .,. liui.i '.—Ancient il l Mo«!-rn AutUoritics Manners.— The true c.piL-ei Maanars.—lC/VR s- cu-ty .'—The necessity Social Intercourse. THREE CLASS
10 February 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
'(Tfjt JVrma«!) IBmtM

'(Tfjt JVrma«!) IBmtM

No. 1,078 CITY OF ARMAGH. VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD PIiOPERTY. rpo BE SOLD BY AUCTION, (if not previously disposed of Private Sale), at the Premises, Lower liish Street, Armagh, on FRIDAY, the day of APRIL, 1805, at the hour of o’clock, noon, the Interest of Charles O’Neill, the Lessee,
24 February 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
MEDICAL OFFICERS OF IRISH UNIONS.

MEDICAL OFFICERS OF IRISH UNIONS.

Mr. F. PEEL, in reply to Mr. Bagwell, was understood to say that, in consequence of the local charges borne by the public revenue for the police and other purposes in Ireland, the Government did not intend to place the medical officers of Irish Unions on the same looting as thos
24 February 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMAGH GUARDIAN,

THE ARMAGH GUARDIAN,

FRIDA S". FEBRUARY 24. 1865 HOUSE OF COMMONS— Wednesday, Feb. The House met at twelve o’clock. About half au boor elapsed before forty members were present. PRIVATE COST BILL. Mr. SCHOLEFIELD, in moving the second reading of the Private Costs Bill, explained that the measure was
24 February 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
ters and very dull March trade well main St. Peters Liverpc although t numerous, ed. Price tations bei quently. America,

ters and very dull March trade well main St. Peters Liverpc although t numerous, ed. Price tations bei quently. America,

i wards the but prices qualities of last da; been extn are the iron i by the op< rica. The den fall o: been a st( The Ad the Cabin* liamant few days, I lender it take place tended. 1 ia now the A Deaf Samuel Kn were deaf ai of St. Anne, the responsi Edward Lltalie (Itith Febi gi
24 February 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
YAM’S yENEIIAN CLOTH COATS, 255. to 455,

YAM’S yENEIIAN CLOTH COATS, 255. to 455,

24 February 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

MARK LANE, Monday Arrnaoos.—Last week's arriwala were tirj moderate, especially from abroad. Ex- Dwta, 525 cwU. Floor. Of English Wheat there were 6,444 qrs., of foreign only Irs. There was small supply ■gain this morning from Essex and Kent. The samples neatly being fair condit
22 February 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Brother Ignatius.—A new order for youths, termed the "Order of St. William," has been founded at Norwich by Brother Ignatius

Brother Ignatius.—A new order for youths, termed the "Order of St. William," has been founded at Norwich by Brother Ignatius

and the English Order of St. Benedict. The order is named after a reputed local martyr and has been placed under the direction of Brother Stanisla us. Brother Dunstan, who has been on a visit to the wes f of England, seems to have been an object of much interest to the boys of T
22 February 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DUHALLOW AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

DUHALLOW AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

Kantubk, 14th Feb., 1865.—The second annual ploughing match of this society was held to-day, at a place called " Sally's Cross," within a short distance of the town of Kanturk. The day was everything that could be desired for the occasion—sharp, dry, and bracing—and large number
16 February 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland