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JULIUS CiBSAR.

JULIUS CiBSAR.

The Mouiteut publish the following preface of the II ton/ of Julius written the Emperor of the French, which was published on the Ist of March. It is follows} , . nistorical truth ought not to less sacred than religion. If precepts of forth elevate the soul above the interests o
8 March 1865 - Waterford Mirror and Tramore Visitor. - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
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,y6cuieU> eery /old.J S/ruencA, ySsandy. <%»<-• J£. c<vn, confidence, aJioic• HUGH CUOUAHAIf, SPIRIT MERCHANT, 41, A-~¥'-

8 March 1865 - Waterford Mirror and Tramore Visitor. - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

Sir Robert Paul, Baronet, family, and suite, have arrived at 3, Holland road, Bruns wick-terrace, Brighton. Major the Hon. J. A. Kcano the Hon. Mrs. Keane and anile have arrived at Castletown House from the International Hotel, Bray. Colonel and Mrs. Cliffo have arrived at the I
8 March 1865 - Waterford Mirror and Tramore Visitor. - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
WATERFORD UNION. ELECTION OF A MEDICAL OFFICER,

WATERFORD UNION. ELECTION OF A MEDICAL OFFICER,

FOR TDK ULLID DISPENSARY DISTRICT. A 'gw Managing Committee of JL the above Dispensary Diswill, ot their Meeting, on THURSDAY, the 23rd of MARCH, at Twelve o’Clock, at the Dispensary House, Kilmacow, pioceed to elect a Medical Officer for the Dispensary District. SALARY—£IOO PER
8 March 1865 - Waterford Mirror and Tramore Visitor. - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
LAW COURTS—YESTERDAY.

LAW COURTS—YESTERDAY.

I BLAW COURTS-YESTERDAY. I CONSOLIDATED CHAMBER. Mr. Justice O'Hagan sat yesterday (for tha first time since his elevation to the judiclal bench) to dispose of motions for the three law courts. Talyor v. Afaddock.-A motion in this case was spade on last Friday to discharge the de
8 March 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
cIMERCtt L CMBtMEO WITH 4 WfUW

cIMERCtt L CMBtMEO WITH 4 WfUW

CMBtMEO WITH 4 SOLD BY NEARLY TWO THOUSAND AGENTS THROUGHOUT THE KINGDOM. These choice coffees have maintained their high pre-eminence over a period of nearly 17 years, and continue to be used as the regular Breakfast Beverage Families in all parts of the Kingdom. Fine full flavo
10 March 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
claimed on his behalf, some of whom hold lone not aware that he had any interest in the WeM The

claimed on his behalf, some of whom hold lone not aware that he had any interest in the WeM The

room was then cleared. On the return of The Chairman said—The Committee are „ ,! gerathis bill may allowed to proceed, portions 5 and struck out, and power to be given to the nrom„, U take any property not marked in the large plan 10 he Standing Orders Committee of the of mons h
8 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FATAL ACCIDENT ON THE MIDLAND RAILWAY.

FATAL ACCIDENT ON THE MIDLAND RAILWAY.

Yesterday evening, at about five o'clock, when the up day mail train (due at the Broadstone at five p.m.) was passing the level crossing at M'Garrv's Mills, about two and a-half miles from Dublin, the driver of the train observed a slight obstruction to his engine. liis arrival
8 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
nOCILE'S PILLS FOR INDIGESTION, LIVER COMPLAINTS. —This Family Aperient will be found Particularly valuable in every form of Indication, with

nOCILE'S PILLS FOR INDIGESTION, LIVER COMPLAINTS. —This Family Aperient will be found Particularly valuable in every form of Indication, with

torpid J*er and inactive bowels *l*o in gout, bilious attacks, sick esdschs. and nervous irritability, arising from a derange j of thesiomach. In Boxes, Is lfd, 'is 9d,4s 6d,and lis. ' AI.L CL'HKS &IADK KASY : J-J WAY'S OIN T M NT.! B LEGS, ULCEROUS SORES. BAD BREASTS, AND N OLD
14 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DIVISION ON THE MALT TAX.

THE DIVISION ON THE MALT TAX.

The division list on Sir Fitzroy Kelly's motion with respect to the Malt Tax is a striking comment. upon the remarks which we made yesterday as to ' Ireland's relation to a movement contemplating a large remission of indirect taxation for the supposed benefit of an English inter
9 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland