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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF IRELAND.

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF IRELAND.

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF IRELAND The usual week! - , - . - - yesteday t th ofi eetng ot thecommittee wai held yesterdy ait the oi/ires of ?? aseociation A letter was read from the Bev W Rice, C c, COacbford, enclosing St 12a fid, the subtcriptione of tbe followin; perosns - Rice,
1 March 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DEBATE ON IRELAND.

THE DEBATE ON IRELAND.

- 7- ?? 7HEt D.EBATE O.N IRELAND. Sttbjoined we give irt xtrno some of the more in,. portentspeehes~ made in the House of Commons on Monday evening, when the debate on Mr. Hennessay' motion was reErnmed, the result of which has been al- ready Etated:- Major O'Reilly said bo bad h
1 March 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN AND BELFAST JUNCTION RAILWAY COMPANY.

DUBLIN AND BELFAST JUNCTION RAILWAY COMPANY.

DUBLIN AND BELFAST JUNCTION BAIL- WAY COMPANY. I : 1DuarSre, TunsnxY. VenRoM1 OGM SPECIAL RErPOnE.] Tns thirty-ninth half-yearly meeting of the share- holders in this company was held to-day. Inl the absence of the Chairman of the company, John Barlow, Esq., Wr. Diaces LaTorc=E,
1 March 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A cubious indication of the depressed circumstances of the country was exhibited this Shrovetide. Yesterday not one marriage took place

A cubious indication of the depressed circumstances of the country was exhibited this Shrovetide. Yesterday not one marriage took place

amongst the Catholic congregation of tbe South Parish, which embraces folly a third of the inhabitants of Cork and the liberties, a district which comprises twenty-two thousand inhabitants. Such a circumstance is quite without precedent in tbe memory of any living person.
1 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.

LATEST FROM AMERICA. Qttebnstown, Wednesday Mobning.—The Liverpool, New York, and Philadelphia Company's 8.8. City of London, from New York on the 18th alt., arrived off the harbour this morning. She brings 282 passengers, and has 69,926 dollars in specie on freight. Having tran
1 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PERSIAN GULF TELEGRAPH.

PERSIAN GULF TELEGRAPH.

The following telegram has just been received " Bir C. Bright, London, to Mr. Sanger, Magnetic Telegraph Company, Dublin.—Messages have reached London to-day, from Kuraachee, eight hours and a-half."
1 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SHOCKING BOAT ACCIDENT.

SHOCKING BOAT ACCIDENT.

Yesterday afternoon two of the boata belonging to the training tbip Worcoster, stationed off Kritb, vera tailing near Sewer Outfall, when some accident one of them capsized, and before the other boat could render aaaiatance ten of the were drowned. were about aiiteen boys m each
1 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON CORRESPONDENCE. London, Monday Evening.—Mr. N. D. Mubphy took the oaths and his seat this evening for Cork, the room

LONDON CORRESPONDENCE. London, Monday Evening.—Mr. N. D. Mubphy took the oaths and his seat this evening for Cork, the room

of Dr. Lyons. He was introduced by Mr. Beamish, M.P., and Mr. Knatchbitll Hugessen, M.P., the second Secretary to the Ireasury, and toak his seat on the Ministerial side below the gangway. The debate on Mr. Hennebsy'S motion was resumed p.m. by Mr. Roebuck, who delivered one of
1 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS. Babington—Feb. 21, at Gibliston House, Fife, the wife of LieuL- Colonel of a son. Hardy—Feb. 2«, at Exhims. Northcburch,

BIRTHS. Babington—Feb. 21, at Gibliston House, Fife, the wife of LieuL- Colonel of a son. Hardy—Feb. 2«, at Exhims. Northcburch,

Herts, the wife of Captain Hardy (late 18th Hussars), of son. Warner— Feb 25, at Dover, the wife of Major E. C. Warner, Hussars, of daughter. MARRIAGE. Cherry and Stokes—Feb. 27, in Monkstown Church, by the Rev. M#»rryn A. Clare, Mr. Frederick Cherry, of Syduey-avenue, B'.ui-Kro
1 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
No. 6,544. | RBOISTi RED \ TRaMSMtSSIU.'I AUROAD. J Commttnuffttons

No. 6,544. | RBOISTi RED \ TRaMSMtSSIU.'I AUROAD. J Commttnuffttons

1 March 1865 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland