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THE OF HAG EX ALDER. Til day, cold, dead colour, ii«iag over the hill, • little Bagen Walder We&t out

THE OF HAG EX ALDER. Til day, cold, dead colour, ii«iag over the hill, • little Bagen Walder We&t out

t«» grind the mill. mother had to brighten His and say, '•'Tis cold for little Hagen To priQ>l the mill to-day." And that ws* why the north w.oils all hie path meet. And why the stoue* cr-el sharp beneath hi* feet. And that was why bid hi* oft, despite hi« will, Ajfaiast the ne«
8 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
VHANARO PETTY SESSIONS.

VHANARO PETTY SESSIONS.

These sessions were held on Wednesday. .Magistrates present : —Messrs. George W. Slater and Henry Hopping, and Major D. Ilepeuslall., John K. Thompson v. Patrick Bracken. This was against the defendant for ovci holding a house aud farm land Clontin, being a herd the plaintiff. T
11 March 1865 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN DAILY STOCK & SHARE LIST-YESTERDAY.

DUBLIN DAILY STOCK & SHARE LIST-YESTERDAY.

Three per Cent. Consols New Three per Cent. Stock ' «ilj l>o. for new Acct.,6tb April «3I Hibernian Bank (rid ... . .ci National Bank, (pd oaf Do., New (issued at 25 prem.), pd £20 ... _ Do. for Account e. Royal Bank (paid £10) ' Union Bank (limited), pd I" Mining Co. Ireland (p
14 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

We understand, on good authority, that on account of his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales' presence in Dublin during the early part of the coming summer, there will not be the usual encampment on the Curragh ot Kildare this season ; it is, thereforo, expected that there will b
14 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE AMERICAN WAR.

THE AMERICAN WAR.

(From the Richmond Examiner, Feb. 24.) The fact that General Lee favours the employment of negroes in the army alone would seem to be sufficient stop all discussion about the matter, and to prevent a cavil or opposition. But a few days ago the whole conntry was clamouring for th
14 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

Lord Fermoy's Hounds will meet on Wednesday, March Water-grass hill. Hour—ll o'clock. The Queenstown Harriers will meet on Friday. Mird. 17th. Patrick's Day, Dunlee House, Mr. Qarflt's place. Hour— Twelve o'clock. The South Union Hounds (Mr. Knolles) will meet on Frid» March 17t
14 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TAILORING department. J. CARMICHAEL AND CO. HAVING COMPLETED THEIR ARRANGEMENTS WILL THIS DAY THEIR NEW SHOW ROOMS TOE GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING.

TAILORING department. J. CARMICHAEL AND CO. HAVING COMPLETED THEIR ARRANGEMENTS WILL THIS DAY THEIR NEW SHOW ROOMS TOE GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING.

JC. CO. are now orepared to Execute Orders for SUITS of GENTLEMEN'S and BOY'S CLOTH KB, having secured the services of Eminent and Experienced CUTTERS, and PURCHASED for this Department A VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT Including every Novelty in WOOLLEN GOODS JOB GENTLEMEN'S WEAR. LXVEBI
14 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
EDINBURGH CATTLE MARKET—This Day.

EDINBURGH CATTLE MARKET—This Day.

Swan Son's more sheep which met with good demand late rates >11 sold. Moderate sappl'.es of cattle. Trade quite as good at last week's prices. Top price, Ba. 9d.; currant, Bs. 3d. to 8«. 6d.; mutton, 9d. j secondary, Btd.
9 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
**MELANCHOLY DEATH OF MR. SENIOR, POOR LAW COMMISSIONER. (From the Freeman of this day.) We deeply regret to have to

**MELANCHOLY DEATH OF MR. SENIOR, POOR LAW COMMISSIONER. (From the Freeman of this day.) We deeply regret to have to

announce the death of Mr* Senior, Poor Law Commissioner, which took place yesterday evening under the most sad and melancholy circumstances. The lamented gentleman resided Ashtown House, not far from M'Qarry's mills, on the Midland Great Western line, and was in the habit of cro
9 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DISPENSARY COMMITTEE-Yesterday.

DISPENSARY COMMITTEE-Yesterday.

fthm Dispensary Committee was held A receive the report of a sub-com££ of thoci dispensary physician"- Pr-Mot—Messrs. J. J. D. Leahy Arthur, O. M.I). j T. Lyons, G. M. White, F. Lyons, G. CbaturtM. G. Smith, M. Gould, D. Finn, R. W. Parker, Clery, R- Mayne, P. O'Sullivan. The Ch
9 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland