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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

l LIVERPOOL RACES-YxEMSAy. The Grand H"i01oe18 Steeplechase Handicap of Y0 aove 8ach, a rarter1 added; Winners extra, About four miles and Mr Angells AlCIblade, 5 yrr, Iliet 41b ?? ?? 1 Captnin Brown's itallcourt, 6 yra, 11at .. .. 2 Lord Coventry's Emblematic, sgeP, flat 101b .
9 March 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LECTURE ON THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE.

LECTURE ON THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE.

LECTURE ON THE ENGLISI L.!NGUAGE. - Last evenilg his Grace the Most Rev. Dr. Trench, Arcbbishop of Dublin, gave a lecture in the Metropoli- tan Ball in connexion with P the Dablin Yonng Men'a Christian Association." There was a crowded attend- ance in every part of the building,
9 March 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN SOUTH SUBURBAN RAILWAY.

THE DUBLIN SOUTH SUBURBAN RAILWAY.

I THE DUIBLIN SOT1rfl SUBUUbBAN BLMsWAY. I . (FROM OUR REPORTLC ) x LONDOoN, WE DNESDAf-The committee of the EoOsa of Lorda, popularly known as Lord Redeadalo'a com- mittee, sat yesterday to hear the case of the promoters of this line of railway, who applied to have the standing
9 March 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE—MARCH 8.

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE—MARCH 8.

LBy YA"GXTIC TELEiRAPH.J LON\D)N Sf4 E.YCHAN 2--ROH 8. Ornulen PMOcicu-Cousols for Money, b8f g; ditto for- Accoun t, 83J , A-ew Three per Cents., SO) 4. NrOON P. !c~sS-CODso,1 for Money. 63a 4; ditto for Account, 881~ ; New Thrco per Cents., 86C 3 7. 1 P.ce Pitcrcece-Consols for
9 March 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Irish Markets.

Irish Markets.

~, I ?? i ~ F L A X., * AuxucaH, TGEsoAr,.-There was a verylare h of dles at the markettoayciatdteiys tons, Buyers were nnmero'2a,1 and enl £II-OaiVT Ensiness was done, prices shvotzing no Toa~aion fre. the former m2ark-at. AMillad wont us higio ?? Eop~r stone; th-e top piire (f
9 March 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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AWFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. DEATH OF MR. SENIOR, POOR-LAW COMMISSIONER. On Tuesday evening at about 5 o'clock, wben the up day

AWFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. DEATH OF MR. SENIOR, POOR-LAW COMMISSIONER. On Tuesday evening at about 5 o'clock, wben the up day

mail traia due at the Broadstone at five p.m., was passing the level crossing at M'Garry's Mills, about two and a-balf miles from Dublin, the driver of the train observed a slight obstruction to his engine, but he was unable accurately to ascertain the cause,in consequence of th
9 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MOON—MARCH. Second Quarter, Saturday, 4th, 43 sec. past morn. Pull Moon, Sunday, 12th, 16 imin. sec. past morn. Last

THE MOON—MARCH. Second Quarter, Saturday, 4th, 43 sec. past morn. Pull Moon, Sunday, 12th, 16 imin. sec. past morn. Last

Quarter. Monday. 20th, 10 min. sec. past r.rtern. New Moon, Monday, 27tb, at min. 38 sec. morn. HIGH WATER THB CUSTOM HOUSE. March 10—Morn. min. p. Even. min. HEIGHT TIDE AT CUSTOM HOUSE. March 10-Mom. feet 10 inches Even. 19 feet 10 inches.
9 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST POLICE COURT.

BELFAST POLICE COURT.

Monday, March fi. [Before ,T. C. O'Donnei.l, E«q , R.M.; Okmf, E«i ,RM. ; I>r. M'Wee, and W. T. B. Tliumai Black was charged with being drunk and disorderly the Court-Mouse Saturday la«t.— wanted foice bid way, but the constable in charge, seeing the state in which was, refused
9 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MONEY MARKET.

THE MONEY MARKET.

(from thk globe of last night.) London, Yesterday, Twelve o'clock.—A recovery of about per cent, has taken place this morning in the Funds, but all the other markets remain very flat. The recent serious decline in Consols has. no doubt, induced speculative purchases, which have
9 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Westminster Club, London, 3rd March, 1865. TO THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY OF IRELAND. Lords and Gentlemen—We made a special journey

Westminster Club, London, 3rd March, 1865. TO THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY OF IRELAND. Lords and Gentlemen—We made a special journey

in the early part of last month to the Scotch Manufacturing Districts, and have secured the choicest fabrics of the most celebrated makers. We then proceeded to the West and North of England, and paid our usual close attention to the purchase of Superfine Cloths. Cassimeres, and
9 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland