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BIRMINGHAM, SATURDAY.—The shock caused here by the announcement of this great disaster has been very great indeed, but upon the

BIRMINGHAM, SATURDAY.—The shock caused here by the announcement of this great disaster has been very great indeed, but upon the

whole there is lees excitement than might have been expected. For the moment the weight of the calamity and the immense amount of mischief which mist result from it are not felt. There can be little doubt that many failures will take place. The earliest trains from the country b
14 March 1865 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PRINCE OF WALES' THEATRE.

PRINCE OF WALES' THEATRE.

This evening the performances will for benefit Mr Frederick Frecbyrne, the lessee, under whose sooocsafol management this theatre has rogo long. the drama Rob Roy* which will produced upon the occasion, Mr Freebyrna takes the part of tho hero, arid this is his first appearance f
14 March 1865 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE VACANT POOR LAW COMMISSIONERSHIP.

THE VACANT POOR LAW COMMISSIONERSHIP.

This appointment, it is stated, is likely to be conferred on Mr. John Ball (son of the late Mr. Justice Ball), who i formerly held the office, having previously filled the post of Poor Law Inspector. Mr. Ball lias also held the import> ant office of Under-Secretary of State for
14 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT.

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT.

The Capital Punishment Commission rs met on Saturday, at their rooms, 2 Victoria-street, Westminster. There were present The Duke of Richmond, the Right Ho. nourable Lord Stanley, the Right Hon. Judge O'Hagan, tbe Right Hon. J. Lushington, D.C.L.; Mr. H. Wadding' ton, Mr. Ewart,
14 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
DUNGARVAN.

DUNGARVAN.

{From the Watnford Mail.) UNlON—Eebction OF There will be no contest, except in Electoral Division, where there are «eren nominated, viz..- Messrs Patrick Williams, Dnngarvan; Edward Kennefick, Tan; John Wall, ; Patrick Macartby, Ballinamnck; Patrick Walsh, Kilmurray; Richard By
14 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE AMERICAN WAS—THE SOUTHERN PRESS ON RECENT EVENTS.

THE AMERICAN WAS—THE SOUTHERN PRESS ON RECENT EVENTS.

(From the Richmond Sentinel, Feb. 24.) doubt if the world has ever before known an example such as is presented io the Confederate capital this day. Our armies are outnumbered and pressed by an enemy that seeks nothing less than our utter and eternal destruction. In this extremi
14 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Wills and Bequests.—The will of the Baroness Harriet De Dunstanville and Basset, late of Charles-street, | Berkeley square, widow, was

Wills and Bequests.—The will of the Baroness Harriet De Dunstanville and Basset, late of Charles-street, | Berkeley square, widow, was

proved the London Court under £20,000 personalty ; the executors nominated being her ladyship's brother, Sir Charles Lemon, Bart., who 1 appointed residuary legatee; and Mr. William Twopenny, of the Middle Temple, who is the acting executor, and whom legacy £100 bequeathed, free
14 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EXECUTION OF CAPTAIN BEALL.

THE EXECUTION OF CAPTAIN BEALL.

The following account this execution is from the New York Tribune of Feb. :— 41 The execution of the sentence of death upon John Y. Beall, the rebel spy, duiy took place on Governor's Island yesterday, the of February. Although the sentence was not to be carried into etfect unti
14 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ALARMISTS.

ALARMISTS.

It is very difficult to account lor the persevering efforts of a portion of the English press to intimidate the public by predictions of war with America, and unpatriotic declarations of the nation's inability to face such an event. Unhappily there are influential classes whose
14 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE RIGHT TO SQUABBLE.

THE RIGHT TO SQUABBLE.

Thkrk was a riot in the Dublin Corporation yesterday, so like its other riots, —the same dramatis persona, the same elegant repartee, the same exemplary demeanour, the same display of the qualities of mind that entitle our gentle corporators to deal with large questions of state
14 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland