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The building which is to receive this multifarious assemblage of the {.roclucts of man’s industry and genius has been erected

The building which is to receive this multifarious assemblage of the {.roclucts of man’s industry and genius has been erected

to supply to Dublin something analogous to the Crystal Palace at Sydenham, with this important difference—that the Dublin Exhibition Palace and Winter Garden is within the confines, and not far from the very heart of the city. In the midst of the ornamental garden of fifteen acr
17 February 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
au. Belfast A North Coantlr* ■" rn. £ r*»H *CCT Halroa ** Chester an <1 ... I'*" Cork ami Uamlon

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14 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE DAILY EVEKIVO POST.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE DAILY EVEKIVO POST.

TO THE EDITOR THE DAILY EVEKIVO POST. UTILIZATION TIIK HEWAO* DUBLIN. 10 11th Fehruary. IMSC. Sir —We have read the opinion Dr. Ckirrigun. in the Irish Times yesterday, respecting the proposed plan fur the utilisation the sewa of Duldiu. and, justice to the promoter* of the mcesa
14 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RETREAT. TJOUBE OF SPIRITUAL EXERCISES, MILLTOWN PARK. DONNTBROOK, Near Dublin. A R treat for PRIESTS will given MiUtown Park, beginning

RETREAT. TJOUBE OF SPIRITUAL EXERCISES, MILLTOWN PARK. DONNTBROOK, Near Dublin. A R treat for PRIESTS will given MiUtown Park, beginning

on MONDAY, the FEBRUARY. .'even, p.ra., and ending on SATURDAY the 2MA FEBRUARY, Nine. am. Further information and Cards Admission be had from the Superior at the above address. N.B.—This will be the last Ecclesiastical R'treat until May. There will be Retreat for LAY MEN early
11 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BABKLIE’S FAMILY MOURNING WAREHOUSE. IW. ORAFTON-STRIIT.

BABKLIE’S FAMILY MOURNING WAREHOUSE. IW. ORAFTON-STRIIT.

IP CHIU )MKTERS—UKDUCTK OF PRICE.—DENT. 61, Strand (adjoining Oontt Bank), and 34 and 33. Royal Exchange. Chronometer Maker to the Queen and late Prince Consort, and tlie Lords Commissioners the Ad- raliv. TWO-DAY CHRONOMETERS. .33 GUINEAS The Adjustment of these Instruments has
11 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TEETH

TEETH

MR. L L, DENTIST. Mav CubMiUed Daily In'* Residence. 15, Di bi.is. -■ Mr. KSKEU/S PATENT ARTIFICIAL TkETH. fixed without itpring*, win**, or lif*tunw; ther i>o perfectly rnaenble the natural teeth to dixtinguidicd fn.ni the oripnal the obfwrrrr; tlicy will nerer change colour or
11 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LADLES' HAIR--DRESSING. BRAY.

LADLES' HAIR--DRESSING. BRAY.

MRS. BIRCH
11 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THIS DAY

THIS DAY

At ten o'clock this morning the Hon. Justices O’Brieu and Hayes took their seats the bench in tbe Court House, Green-street, and proceeded with the bearing this mysterious case. ConstableMocklerexamiued by Mr. Walshe. (J.C. am a constable of the county police; am stationed at th
11 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MLKUKK FN I AUUINUTuN

MLKUKK FN I AUUINUTuN

MLKUKK I Thursdar night Ur. .jink ester held inquiry at the Hall Arms, I'addington-green. nwpecting the death a woman aged about 35 years. Sergeant Smith, 19 G. said that w*as called see the body the deceased on Thursday morning. found it covered with wounds, and with the excepti
11 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
“ BIDDING FOR IRELAND."

“ BIDDING FOR IRELAND."

BIDDING FOR IRELAND." are not surprisod that the Irinh incmbere blioulil have taken objection to the para graph in the Royal Speech relating the condition their country, but we cannot but express our astonishment at the arguments used by the Government ami its supporters to susta
11 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland