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[/To Kirthi, Marritvt % Dcm*h* ran inserted the writer personally at ou r Publishing or thr notice U ccrt'jied ly

[/To Kirthi, Marritvt % Dcm*h* ran inserted the writer personally at ou r Publishing or thr notice U ccrt'jied ly

one of the Afftnf* in the J BIRTHS. 7, ?»lillrieM, Belfast, the wife of Mr. Pa'nek of daughter. Maach 4i, Lurgaa, the wife of Hugh Mercer, jun., £>«|.. son. Ma:ch 4. The How, Bauykeel* the is David Smyth, E#j. of a bju. MARRIAGES. Match in the Fourth Presbyter:«. Church, Deny, M
8 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Benson, w.-uei*aiu M<» mtonnt of car# can b# t<« frcnt whan onnca of ateol, which of moat liidio* ralue, ran

Benson, w.-uei*aiu M<» mtonnt of car# can b# t<« frcnt whan onnca of ateol, which of moat liidio* ralue, ran

l.f tha ak-U of tlx wairhin»kcr ba couaartad into 4 WJ ayirlnra, of.tlx ralua and tf, |>ndgat«-hIU. BENSON, J. for the coiiToiiionQ> of liis cuatomara. ha* opened adahllahuicnta at W. IVea’-l-*Miri*c-gro»a; Tonanham-coart-road; ami $7. Manufaotury, and 14, IxdfaU-lnlL 4ialat.ii.
11 March 1865 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
WATCHES.—The lever escaperaent l»>u«M*e theae advantages: great atrength, moderation of and hearing much hard without derange* uienL—JS and S4. EmaUlabed

WATCHES.—The lever escaperaent l»>u«M*e theae advantages: great atrength, moderation of and hearing much hard without derange* uienL—JS and S4. EmaUlabed

174*. ENSON’s WATt'HES.—The «-plalo lovor movement I* vary flat and coneeqaairt apun the halaitee living lowered; tkaeaveidieg the thiakum* of the full-plate »e ch in which the balanre i* placed above the plate.—S3 awl SI. I jiUgatc-hill
11 March 1865 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
UNION OFFICERS (IRELAND) SUPERANNUATION BILL.

UNION OFFICERS (IRELAND) SUPERANNUATION BILL.

Bill to provide for Superannuation Allowances to Officers of Unions in Ireland. [Prepared and brought in Sir Robert Peel and Mr. Villiers-] 1. That the guardians of any union in Ireland may, at their discretion, with the consent of the Commissioners for Administering the Laws fo
10 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The lath Kiots m Bklfast.—William Gourley, who was severely beaten and got bis skull fractured on the 17th of August

The lath Kiots m Bklfast.—William Gourley, who was severely beaten and got bis skull fractured on the 17th of August

last, died at his residence in Keegan-street yesterday. A report was circulated through town yesterday that another man, named M'Gowan, had died in the County Jail, where he awaits his trial for being participator in the late riots. —Btlfcut A'cits-Ldtcr.
10 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SQUARE, LONDON, E.O. (next the Times).—Mr. P. B. BALL, Advertising Laud, House, Estate, and General Business Agent, has always bis

SQUARE, LONDON, E.O. (next the Times).—Mr. P. B. BALL, Advertising Laud, House, Estate, and General Business Agent, has always bis

books a number of excellent businesses for disposal in London, the country, and abroad, in almost every line, and at all prices also other eligible investments and openings for the employment of capital and time. Advertisements inserted in all newspapers and periodicals. Partner
10 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SINGER GIUGLINI.

THE SINGER GIUGLINI.

Letters from St. Petersburg announce that Giuglini, the Italian vocalist, is raving mad. The first symptoms of his lunacy were the destruction of his furniture and his jewellery. It required no fewer thai eight persons to secure his person, and convey him to the lunatic asylum.—
14 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWS OF THIS DAY

NEWS OF THIS DAY

Lvexing Mail Office, RELIGION IN PRUSSIA Berlin, March 13._1n to-day'* iui n(t ~ Chamber of Deputies a debate took place on position of religious Dissenters in Prussia Minister of Public Worship said that Articie f the Constitution protected the Dissenters, d the report of the C
14 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
How to Dkal with Tigers.—l believe that face to face tiger will not attack a human being, unless be displays

How to Dkal with Tigers.—l believe that face to face tiger will not attack a human being, unless be displays

a thorough want of nerve; the Malays are also this opinion, but express it differently. They say thst "if you will only speak a tiger, and tell it that it get plenty of food in the jungle beside you, the animal will be persuaded, and leave you unmolested." Unfortunately, few get
14 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

The Nile and Alumbagh, sailing transports, are daily expected to arrive at Portsmouth from India with the Regiment, which will relieve the (>4tb, under orders proceed from Portsmouth to Manchester and Chester. The first Battalion of the sth Fusiliers is to stationed at Birr. The
14 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland