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NEWS OF THIS DAY.

NEWS OF THIS DAY.

Evening Mail Omen. 11 a.m. AMERICA. Greencastle, March 12 The Royal mail steamship North American arrived in Ixiugh Foyle this evening, and, having landed mails and passengers, proceeded for Liverpool. The advices per the North American have'been generally anticipated by the Etn
13 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SECOND fall in the price of GREY AND WHITE CALICO, SHEETING, &c. M'BIRNE Y, COL LIS, and CO. Will Commence

SECOND fall in the price of GREY AND WHITE CALICO, SHEETING, &c. M'BIRNE Y, COL LIS, and CO. Will Commence

Selling their COTTON STOCK This Day, At the SECOND REDUCTION since Ist JANUARY. WET WOVE HOLLAND, FINE SHEETING, LONG CLOTH FOE LADIES' UNDEECLOTIIINS, With a Stock of IRISH SHEETING, the largest Ireland. TABLE CLOTHS made to Order, 2 yards to 10 yards long. LINENS Free to Engla
13 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FURNITURE. J. COUBETT and CO. Are now Adding to their fokmkr CABINET FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY, In all its Branches. They

FURNITURE. J. COUBETT and CO. Are now Adding to their fokmkr CABINET FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY, In all its Branches. They

are determined to Sell Superior Goods Moderate P KICKS, FOR CASH. J. CORBETT and CO., 1, STEPHEN'S GREEN, NOUTH, (Corner of Grafton-street, late of Henry-street.) I L H A M 0 I SOCIETY. The Members are informed that the THIRD GRAND CONCERT of the desson will take place FRIDAY EV
13 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CONTEMPT OF COURT.

CONTEMPT OF COURT.

Duringjthe trial of Patrick Collins, at Armagh Assizes, Wednesday last, for tiring at Matthew Wilson and James Gillespie, Baron Deasy committed Sub-Inspector Fawcett for addressing a juryman. The occurrence is thus reported : A Juror understood that the prosecutor had said he wo
11 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr. Cummins and tub Davknport Brothers. —The following appears in the Star:—"Sir —Th** challenge Mr. Palmer to Mr. Hulley and

Mr. Cummins and tub Davknport Brothers. —The following appears in the Star:—"Sir —Th** challenge Mr. Palmer to Mr. Hulley and

myself is so vague and indefinite that I venture to give one in plainer and more straightforward terms. Liverpool 1 had the pleasure of tying Mr. Win. Davenport, and 1 shall therefore continue my attentions to that gentleman, leaving Mr. Hulley, should he think fit, to deal with
8 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A DEARTH OF GRANITE. The following paragraph appears in the London papers, with reference to a " difficulty" which the

A DEARTH OF GRANITE. The following paragraph appears in the London papers, with reference to a " difficulty" which the

Metropolitan Board of Works have encountered in carrying out the plans for the Thames Embankment :— " Mr. Tite, M.P., called the attention of the board to the difficulty of procuring granite for the Thames Embankment, and moved that it referred to the Thames Embankment Committee
8 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

[BY TELEGRAPH.] Evening Mail Office, 2 p.m. THE TURNING POINT OF THE AMERICAN WAR. The Tvms thinks the signs of Confederate exhaustion have brought us within sight of the final scene, and the pin we shall be called on to play in it. If the combatants shake hands, the next victim
8 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ADMIRALTY OFFICE—Yesterday.

ADMIRALTY OFFICE—Yesterday.

ADMIRALTY OFFICE— Yesterday. Appointments.—Surgeon—Peter Comrie, to the Sparrowhawk. Chaplain—Kev John Erskine, the Blenheim. Chief Engineer—John Dearden, to the Sparrowhawk. Engineer—John Clift, to the Sparrowhawk; Ezra Miles, the Blenheim, for the Escort. First Class Assistant
8 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Tint Irish Ciiukch Establishment.—ln the House of Commons on Monday night, in reply to Mr. Whiteside, Mr. Dillwyn said he

Tint Irish Ciiukch Establishment.—ln the House of Commons on Monday night, in reply to Mr. Whiteside, Mr. Dillwyn said he

regretted extremely that the time appointed for bringing his motion this subject should bt inconvenient to hon. gentlemen, but be had uo alternative but to bring it on upon the day fixed. The Midland Railway.—'Hie directors of the Midland Great Western Railway of Ireland have de
8 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Breakfast Beverage.—Homoeopathic Practitioners, and the Medical Profession generally, recommend cocoa as being the most healthful of all beverages. When the

Breakfast Beverage.—Homoeopathic Practitioners, and the Medical Profession generally, recommend cocoa as being the most healthful of all beverages. When the

doctrine homoeopathy was first introduced into this country, there were to be obtained no preparations of cocoa either attractive the taste or acceptable to the stomach ; the nut was either supplied iu the crude state, or so unskilfully manufactured to obtain little notice. J. f
8 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland