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HOUSE OF COMMONS—YESTERDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS—YESTERDAY.

UOUSE OF =OMMONB-.YESTER .- - I gousn OF CommONO.:.-YETERDAY. I (BY TELEGRAPH.) The Speaker took the chair at twelve e'clock, but It was balf-paet before the house wag made. Upwards of 200 railway and other private bills were read a second time. MORTGAGS DMI3NTURtS BILL. Lord Naa
16 February 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE HEALTH OF DUBLIN.

THE HEALTH OF DUBLIN.

TUOSE HEALTiH Ui' DUBLIN. I (from tbae iegislrar Getierals Wee/dy Rstura ) The number of births registered in the city of Dublin during the week ending February 11 amounted to 151 birth6-78 boys and 76 girls. During the corresponding week of last year the number registered was 12
15 February 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

''LATEST INTELLIGENCE; i (BY TELEGRAPH) Madrid, Thur8day, February 17. The Miniater for the colonies repeated to-day in the Congress that he intended to bring forward bills for the rigorous suppression of the slave trade, aad for economical reforms of the administration. The deba
18 February 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OBNOXIOUS OATHS—CATHOLIC DISABILITIES.

OBNOXIOUS OATHS—CATHOLIC DISABILITIES.

OBNOXIOUS OATHS-CATHOLIC DISABIIaTIES. | THE DEBATE IN E CoRPORATION. A specbl meeting of the corporation was held yes- terday to co Imider the following motion, noticesof which bad been given by Sir Joi Gray -" 'That the q.4i4c0lon oaths taken by Protestants, and also those ?? b
18 February 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

df:t __ Xtti~tCatb;SXeP =- S = - (ESTABLISnD113 AN£330 1737.) BELFAST: rn -SATURDAY, FEB. 18, 18355. = 1the House of Commons yesterday Sir Hugh Cairns, agreeably to notice, ably reviewed the C. iegislation with regard to partV processions in h, Ireland, censuring the conduct of t
18 February 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

DIPERL&L PARLIAMENTL [aT MAGNETIC TSLEOGSAPH.] tri led HOUSE OF LORDS-Yarn~rxn~v. with TEuz House met at fivs o'clock. whir TEE PflOPOEIED LAM CO URTS. 0e151 The Earl 6f LO2NGFORD called attention to th e the4 retainr preenre~d t Parliament in reference to the had plot Of ground
21 February 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE DISPOSAL OF SMALL LIVINGS.

THE DISPOSAL OF SMALL LIVINGS.

The LORD CHANCELLOR made a statement of the results of the Act for the disposal of the small livings in iiis patronage. Altogether sixty three livings had been sold, realising the sum of TILI,P2U. Of these benefices three had been sold under the clause lor £30,520, which sum was
17 February 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
PURCHASE OF RAILWAYS.

PURCHASE OF RAILWAYS.

In answer to Mr. Scully, The CHANCELLOR the EXCHEQUER said it was not intended to bring in a Bill this Session for the revision of the tolls, lares, and charges, or the pui chase of any railways in the United Kingdom under the Act of 1H44, nor was it considered expedient purchas
17 February 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE ARMAGH GUARDIAN. FRIDA f. FEBRUARY 17, 1865

THE ARMAGH GUARDIAN. FRIDA f. FEBRUARY 17, 1865

Major," and that I was commander of 30,000 men, or that I true “son of St. Patrick.”is utterly false. Such expressions, I assure jour Worship, new crossed mj lips. Sectarianism I entirely disclaim ; and 1 wish it to be distinctly understood that, with regard to Orangemen I-- _ M
17 February 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
CONTRACT FOR PRINTING.

CONTRACT FOR PRINTING.

It was agreed that tenders for printing be invited by advertisement. EXCURSION TRAINS AND STEAMERS. The Secretary wee authorised to enter into arrangements with the various railway and ateam packet companies for the conveyance of excursionists to the abov in July next. Mr. Wm. H
17 February 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland