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THE INCREASED SPIRIT DUTIES.

THE INCREASED SPIRIT DUTIES.

At a meeting of the Statistical Society, held last evening a paper by Mr. J. J. Murphy, of Belfast, was read by one of the secretaries, "On the Kffecta of the Increased Spirit Duties." The object of tbe paper was to show that since the increase of the duty 10a. Id. per gallon th
2 February 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The dignified with the ■am* of" The Aztecs' are now being exhibited Bnwels. Madame Arabella Qoddard has returned to London

The dignified with the ■am* of" The Aztecs' are now being exhibited Bnwels. Madame Arabella Qoddard has returned to London

from Boulogne. She makes her first appearance the Popular Concert when she will play, for the first time, Dunck's magnificent sonata in minor, generally known The last from Paris abont the state of Mr. Wallace's health is, we are happy to state, far more favourable than sometime
2 February 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Another English singer has made successful iMat in Italy. A young tenor, Mr. John Morgan, has appeared Milan in the

Another English singer has made successful iMat in Italy. A young tenor, Mr. John Morgan, has appeared Milan in the

character of Alfredo, in the Traviata with degree of eclat which has increased with repetition of the performance. said to hare the finest quality, and to sing with remarkable taste and expression.—/Ww<rai«i Newt. The London Review publishes letter from Dr. Wm. Bell the object o
2 February 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CAPTURE OF FORT FISHER-OFFICIAL DISPATCHES.

THE CAPTURE OF FORT FISHER-OFFICIAL DISPATCHES.

THE CAPTURE FORT FISHER-OFFICIAL DISPATCHES. Tin? following are tin; oHicial dispatches which the capture of Fort Fisher detailed ' 4 Headquarters United States Forces on Federal Point, North Carolina, Jan. 15 (via Fortress Monroe, Jan. 17). Brigadier-General J. A. Rawlins. " Gen
2 February 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
"THE ROAD" IN AUSTRALIA.

"THE ROAD" IN AUSTRALIA.

the afternoon of Tuesday, the 15th of November, the mail from (aundagai reached the bill at Deep Creek, four milea the Yaas aide of J ugiong, between four and fire o'clock. Mr. the mail contractor, and Mr. Bradbury, who were passengers, walked nptbe hill. Suddenly three horsemen
2 February 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OPENING OF THE CANADIAN PARLIAMENT.

OPENING OF THE CANADIAN PARLIAMENT.

Qi kbkc, Jau. 20.—The Cnnadiau Parliaineut assembled yesterday. The Goveruor’s message gays that a hill to arm the Executive with further powers to deal with political refugees who •base the Canadian asylam committing outrages on the borders, will be presented to Parliament. Reg
2 February 1865 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

lie 30th alt., at »Garl Ross, Ma-hcraliu. County Down, the wife James Berry, Esq., of a soa. Charley—On the 30th ultimo, at Thorn Bank, High Holywood, the wife of John Charley, Esq., of daughter. Haiii>.i -On the 3rtth ultimo, at Downpatrick, the wife of Thomas Hanna, Goq., of d
2 February 1865 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
A Mcmorlnt having the several Hanking In this CUy, by the prindi>al Merchants and Traders connected with it, soliciting those

A Mcmorlnt having the several Hanking In this CUy, by the prindi>al Merchants and Traders connected with it, soliciting those

Bank* to adopt the practice which has l>ccn for lengthened period In operation In the large Towns of England and Scotland, namely, that Closing the Banks Sat urday at One o'clock : Jo deference to the prayer auch Memorial the aereral Banks, as undersigned, bare consented to Clos
2 February 1865 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Lurl of Enniskillen.

Lurl of Enniskillen.

The petition in this case prayed for specific performance of an agreement for a lease alleged to have been entered into between the partiea.and. if necessary, for reference the Master settle the terms such lease. The |»ctiti>>ii alleged that, in 1843, the petitioner went into po
2 February 1865 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Treaaurcra—Messrs. D. C. LnTouche and Co., Cm-llc-strcet Dublin; Messrs. Puget, Bain bridge, and Co., Kt. Pnal's Church yard, London Mcsera.

Treaaurcra—Messrs. D. C. LnTouche and Co., Cm-llc-strcet Dublin; Messrs. Puget, Bain bridge, and Co., Kt. Pnal's Church yard, London Mcsera.

Ransom and Co., Pali Mall, East London. Honorary Henry G. Carroll, A.M The Committee of the Protestant Orphan Society beg to Inform their Subscribers and the Public that this Institution now maintain*, clothes, and educates FOUR HUNDRED and THIRTY-TWO Protestant Orphans. The Chi
2 February 1865 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland