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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BliRTR9, March 8, at 29 Blackhall-street,the wife of Thomas Bntlor of a son sad daughter. Meaid 10, at 2 Meisi phr-lerrace, Ringstown, the wife of Tbcras B Cocsburn, Esq, of a daughter. March 8, at Loughton, EsGsX, the wife of Captain R D Upten, Isil 9th Royal Lancers, of a daugh
13 March 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

The Only Child. Lady Scott. London : Chapman and Hall. This book baa the merit of being totally different from the sensation novel» with which the public has of late been nauseated. There is neither complexity in the plot, terror nor thrilling excitement in the incidents, nor an
13 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPROVEMENT IN TEXTILE MANUFACTURE.

IMPROVEMENT IN TEXTILE MANUFACTURE.

[FROM AN OCCASIONAL COBBEBPONDENT.] London, Satubday.—l am happy to be able to inform you that considerable progress is being uiade in the introduction into practice of an invention which materially simplifies aud improves the whole circle of textile manufactures, and is certain
13 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND.

THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND.

On Thursday farther papers relative the affairs of New Zealand were issued from the parliamentary printing office. The papers close with a despatch from Mr. Cardwell, dated the 27th nit. in which the right hon. gentleman after expressing his satisfaction with the tarn which affa
13 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
TRALEK MARKETS, SATURDAY.—The following ars the tations tor t his day:— Wheat, lid. Is. 2d. per stone; oats, Bd. Os.

TRALEK MARKETS, SATURDAY.—The following ars the tations tor t his day:— Wheat, lid. Is. 2d. per stone; oats, Bd. Os.

12d. per stone; barley, Bd. to lOd. per do. First flour, 355. ltd, sack -28.0 d. per stone;second d 0.,345. Od.pcr do— Is. lOd. jordo.; third do., 325. 6d. per do. -Is. Bd. per do.; fourth do., 8t»». ,K '» per dois. 4d. per cto.; fine meal, 19s. Gd. per do.—is tut. ier do. ; coa
13 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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FALL ON CALICOES. GREAT REDUCTION WHITE CALICOES. JOHN DALY CO., GRAND PARADE. (823) TEA AT WHOLESALE PRICES. No. 1 Strong

FALL ON CALICOES. GREAT REDUCTION WHITE CALICOES. JOHN DALY CO., GRAND PARADE. (823) TEA AT WHOLESALE PRICES. No. 1 Strong

Congou, ... 2s. 6d. per lb. 2 do. a good flavour, 3s. Od. " 3 Fine do. Pekoe flavour, 3s. 6d. " 4 Finest Tea Imported, 4s. Od. " THE PEKIN AND ASSAM TEA CO. call attention the above really good value in TEA. All Packets bear the Trade Mark, and are put in Tin foil from4oz. upwar
13 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The Morning News

The Morning News

BELFAST, MONDAY, MARCH ftt«9 brought sen* «lays that the Cobfe rates kail evacuated F- it Anderson, prepared f »r > uccoti&t the fa!! Wilmington, we took place on J 2nd ultiico. Tt. Confederal"* wad*, jjwd stand, but wtre outnumbered by the Federals. Before quitting tlie .ty the
13 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST POLICE COURT.

BELFAST POLICE COURT.

Fr.dav, Ma-, 'n [B-f re Dr M C.et, J.p ;J. C . .■' R.M., and E. Ujuie, , K M '' ISLKTIoy. Patrick M"Grilland wj, . Constable Madden with beini? ad- rt. • * W'.h Ke.'iment The , the prisoner came up him and admit' ! deserter from the B'Jih Foot, at frest-i • f 1 Kilkenny. said th
13 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THOMAS HARDTS INTER SALE BEING NOW CONCLUDED, 11 E INTENDS SHOWING NEW ETOC2 OF SPRING GOODS ON WEDNESDAY, INST. ST,

THOMAS HARDTS INTER SALE BEING NOW CONCLUDED, 11 E INTENDS SHOWING NEW ETOC2 OF SPRING GOODS ON WEDNESDAY, INST. ST,

Hioa March, ANTED, Young Gentleman ▼ V Scot hm.-n). SITU ATION 'REMAN or CLERK. Bleachisg and Finishing Works trie North of Ireland. C.»n 1-e recommended hy former employers for honesty, sobriety, and ability. Address stating salary, ' Mr. R. K. Fglinton, at M—km. William Wallac
13 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRIVATE BUSINESS IN PARLIAMENT.

PRIVATE BUSINESS IN PARLIAMENT.

The Referees on Private Hills have begun to sit on Saturday, a thing altogether unprecedented in Parliamentary practice, but it shows how unequal they are to cope with the mass of Hung in upon them, when this is liecessarv.
13 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland