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2 February 1865 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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The Lem111111000mher• fewer at the NIPWWI lllease.

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2 February 1865 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AMERICAN AFFAIRS.

AMERICAN AFFAIRS.

The York coirespoudant of lb- J>ailg S- t»s, writing on January 17th, asys that Mr. Blair'a visit Richmond doe* not slightest political intereat. The Timet' eomapondeol New York show* that Ih« effect of the peace rumours very transitory. On the 17th Wall-strcat bad eeast-d affec
2 February 1865 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
of Dublin, would be fatal mistake, and more especially so io our humid fever-producing climate." Mr. Ouiuuesa then read extracts

of Dublin, would be fatal mistake, and more especially so io our humid fever-producing climate." Mr. Ouiuuesa then read extracts

from the evidence given by medical men in reference the sewage irrigation Edinburgh, condemning it itroogly, injurious to the health of the neighbourhood. Mr. Llstoo, the distinguished surgeon, said I have long been convinced of the prejudicial effects on the public health the i
2 February 1865 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MB gage JOHN HALL CANNY AND HIS

MB gage JOHN HALL CANNY AND HIS

gage JOHN HALL CANNY AND HIS IF any Persons holding Charges on the Shares of Mr. Q. J. H. Cansv and his Sisters, under the Will of the late General Gaoe John Hall, have not already sent the particulars of such Charges to Mr. Winslow Jones, Solicitor, Exeter, they are requested to
2 February 1865 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TBIHITT COLLEGE CALENDAR.

TBIHITT COLLEGE CALENDAR.

Februsbt. —I.— Exam, for Honors, Senior Freshmen (Logic); Junior Freshmen ICI assies). 3,—Divinity Lectures (Sen, Clasa), CivO Law I*ctujes,_ Prof, Hebrew’s Prelections, Engineering and Undergraduate Lectures in Art* begin. 4. —Catechetical Lectures and Feudal and English Law Le
2 February 1865 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WORKHOUSE HOSPITAL.

THE WORKHOUSE HOSPITAL.

Still at sea about the Hospital; but if Messrs. Boyd wont build for X 1,000 or 1,100, why was their plan received 1 The Guardians were express. There was no pretext for misunderstanding. Their proposal was for an hospital of given capacity and for a given sum, and it would have
2 February 1865 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
23d do., Aberdeen. . Cavalry Depot Maidstone Do. Canterbury.

23d do., Aberdeen. . Cavalry Depot Maidstone Do. Canterbury.

do., Aberdeen. . Cavalry Depot Maidstone Do. Canterbury. EIS, LONDON. S ROYAL ARTILLERY. 10th Brigade, Canada. 11th Brigade, Lucknow. 12th Brigade, Mauritius. 13th Brigade, Dover. 14th Brigade. Ahmedabad. 15fch Brigade. Halifax, N.S. 18th Brigade, Kurrachee. 19th Brigade, Pcshawu
2 February 1865 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ARRIVAL OF THE NOVA SCOTIAN.

ARRIVAL OF THE NOVA SCOTIAN.

N»w York, Jaw. 21, Morniso.— Thomas and Hardee, with 20,000 men,iare reported to •strong peeition, twenty miles above Uardeesville, on the Savannah river. The Federal transports have ascended the river, carrying troops that direction. Augusta papers assert that Johnston has been
2 February 1865 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPROVEMENT OF TOWNS.

IMPROVEMENT OF TOWNS.

Thk growth of towns in old countries is slow. In newly settled countries, on the other band, the growth is rapid, and, particularly, where circumstances are favourable to a simultaneous increase in the commercial and agricultural pursuits of a people. Of this condition the Unite
2 February 1865 - The Evening Freeman. - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland