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DIRECTORS.

DIRECTORS.

Chas. Evans, Esq., Chancellor of the Diocese of Nor- wich, President. Edward Steward, Esq., Vice President. George Durraut, Esq. I Charles Edward Tuck, Esq. Robt. J. Harvey Harvey, Esq. I Donald Dalrymple, Esq.,M.D Henry Patteson, Esq. * Win. Robert Clarke, Esq. Henry Brown, Esq
3 March 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
DENSON CLOCKS.—J \V. Benson begs to cull the atlentiou of the clergy, architects, committees, etc., to his steam-power and improved

DENSON CLOCKS.—J \V. Benson begs to cull the atlentiou of the clergy, architects, committees, etc., to his steam-power and improved

machinery forelock making, the manufactory, and 34, Ludgate Hill. Established 1749.
3 March 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
WANT OF STRENGTH AND ENERGY

WANT OF STRENGTH AND ENERGY

WANT STRENGTH AND ENERGY Persons, of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working in Factories, or Coal Pits, who cannot obtain that amount of fresh air and exercise which nature requires, suffer from weakness and debility, lowness of spirits and want of appetite. All suc
3 March 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
Chap. XII—LADIES AT DINNER.

Chap. XII—LADIES AT DINNER.

Invitations.—Whom to Invite and whom not.—The Lady Receiving the Guests. —order of Pre -edence.—of Proceeding to the Diniu^-room.—The Retire.— The La lies in the Drawing-room. Chap. XIII.—BALLS. Their Place in Society.—The Invitations.—Whom Invite.—The Proper Number.—The lieijui
3 March 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
t nhaffiiitoD"Ucthlll, «lbiU, “fg»D, riß agh, Order, LEO] lted

t nhaffiiitoD"Ucthlll, «lbiU, “fg»D, riß agh, Order, LEO] lted

3 March 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
Deaths

Deaths

_ Bueros A\.es, Mr. Matthew Scally, native of West uth who had been lor many years there. Deceased was f dead the thistles, where he lay three or lour days Slipcovered. He was about years of age. 2ii Sarah, youngest daughter of Mr. Edward M Ardle, je u»nt raslleblauey. aged 11 y
10 March 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
SEA CAPTAINS, EMIGRANTS,

SEA CAPTAINS, EMIGRANTS,

keeping the blood always pure, the continued use of salt provisions does not affect the health, therefore Sea Captains and Emigrants have always been partial to these medicines. preserving the Blood always pure, persons using the Old Dr. Jacob Townsend's Sarsaparilla are rarely
10 March 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
months aijo, and has gone on ever since, but then its proceedings were of restraint and indoor description, ; confined

months aijo, and has gone on ever since, but then its proceedings were of restraint and indoor description, ; confined

to balls in private houses and at theatres, to 1 good dinners and gay suppers, and to occasional nocturnal escapades. Of nights, sober citizens and ageis, long since weaned from festivities, were sometimes startled, when tying their nightcaps or imbibing the comfortable posset,
10 March 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
COURT FOR DIVORCE AND MATRIMONIAL

COURT FOR DIVORCE AND MATRIMONIAL

CAUSES, March 4. ßefore the Judge-Ordinary and Common Juries.) FRADIN V. FKADIN AND DEGLOS. The evidence in this case, which was tried yesterday, was completed this morning, and a decree nisi was pronounced with costs against the co-respondent. HEATHCOAT V. HEATHCOAT. Thomas Hea
10 March 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
manslaughter and assault.

manslaughter and assault.

John M Cann, alias John Towell, was indicted for having,on the 11th of January, feloniously killed and slain Patrick M‘Conville, He was also indicted for having, on the sth of January, assaulted John M‘Conville. Sir Thomas Staples, Q.C., and Mr. T. K. Lowry, Q.C., prosecuted ; a
10 March 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland