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Assize Intelligence.

Assize Intelligence.

p :jIlitetli-Police lect COUNTY OF ARtMAGHT. cobo Erriom OURt 0OWN nxRoarOnaE.] Lou 0 It 0 IV 15 C 0 U 00 T . fore SATRDnAY NIoUr. the TEE jury who tried the charges of stabbing against hav a, man named Burns handed in a verdict of guilty at I-tel en advanced boor on Sditurday ni
7 March 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HORSES

HORSES

IIOEhKB. PPECIAL AUCTION NOTICE. DYCEBB BEPOSITOEY, GREEN, DUBLIN. Mccns. OoaiiAV L«*oa and 00. respect'ntly infora tbs Nobility. Gentry, Horse Traders, and the pubtio, fn-m their present increase of business, that and after IYLDNIts- the 4tb January, 18d5. Auction Days will bo
7 March 1865 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STE E E T

STE E E T

6d , , .. regMctfoMy intimate Uml have hand maßniflt now Scotch l , offer »t the above price, style and quality of which Clothier, 51 STREET. (Opposite Cannock, White and Co.) 6 DAWSON LADIES’ BIDING HABITS, Hade fiaperior Stylo to aOBN MEYERS. CLOTH lER. G DAWSON STREET. t'fTLi
7 March 1865 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE LORDS— Ybstbb®at. T-b-rropfi.' Oi© luet o'clock. THE ThoEarlof DAI.HUUSIEcaUodth® attoationof the House to the condition of the militatj Nolley and Woolwich, and the Secretary for War whether the vote of JBG.OOO was all that to be oppUed to the erection of place at Notloy,
7 March 1865 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW MEMBER.

NEW MEMBER.

Mr Moore took oaths and scat for :onnty of Tipperary. POOR LAW BOABOS. In reply to Mr Mitford, VILLIERS stated that the bill for tho renewal of tho Poor Law Board would Include provisions for carrying into effect tho recommendations of tho Poor Law Commissioners with respect to
7 March 1865 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ENGLISH BRADYISM.

ENGLISH BRADYISM.

owe to Lord Stanley the admission wrung yesterday from the Attorney-General and the Chancellor of the Exchequer, that the story current respecting the accounts of the Patent Office, and the successorship to Mr. Edmonds, is substantially correct. Mr. Edmonds has been pushed out,
7 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS. Bawes—March 3, at Hythe, the wife of Colonel Bowes, School of Musketry, of son. Hunt—March 2, at Greenlaw, near

BIRTHS. Bawes—March 3, at Hythe, the wife of Colonel Bowes, School of Musketry, of son. Hunt—March 2, at Greenlaw, near

Edinburgh, the wife of Captain W. S. Hunt, 74th Highlanders, of daughter. M*Donogh—March 3, at Sunderlaud, the wife of George Valen- tine M'Donogh, M.D., Royal Navy. of a son. Thorn—March 7. at Donnycarney House, county of Dublin, Mrs. Walter Thom, of a son. Walter—March 3, at l
7 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WIND ENGINE, 3-I10RSE POWER. The only one the Kiugdom for Sale at Mrs. HAMILTON'S. N. arc in use iu the

WIND ENGINE, 3-I10RSE POWER. The only one the Kiugdom for Sale at Mrs. HAMILTON'S. N. arc in use iu the

United States among Railway Companies and Farmers, for gun era. 1 purposes of pumping, churning, sawing, Ac. Cost £ti0. Never used. the late owuer having died before erected it. This machine in well worthy of the attention of They are made in the States from to 10-horse p wer. A
7 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TESTIMONIAL TO MR. CARNEGIE.

TESTIMONIAL TO MR. CARNEGIE.

influential and numerous meeting of the friends of Mr. Carnegie was held yesterday afternoon in the Commercial Buildings, for the purpose of organizing a testimonial that gentleman on his departure from this to take charge of the Metropolitan and Provincial Bank, London. The May
7 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PERMISSIVE BILL.

THE PERMISSIVE BILL.

A LECTURE was delivered in the Assembly Room, Imperial Hotel, at eight o'clock last evening, by Mr. Thomas Wallace Russell, Dublin, on the objects, principles, and claims of the Permissive Bill. The Mayor presided. The lecturer first addressed himself, generally, to the subject
7 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland