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FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. Londox, Mondat. The House of Lords' Committee to investigate the case of Mr. Edmunds is to

FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. Londox, Mondat. The House of Lords' Committee to investigate the case of Mr. Edmunds is to

meet for the first time to-morrow, at four o'clock. It is expected, however, that little, if any, progress will be made on this occasion—first, because there is some doubt whether the papers, which are voluminous will be ready in time ; and next, because it does not appear that
14 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Admission Visiters to Paupers.—The Board of Guardians of the Drogheda Poor Law Union have issued an order for the prohibition

Admission Visiters to Paupers.—The Board of Guardians of the Drogheda Poor Law Union have issued an order for the prohibition

of parties entering the workhouse to visit pauper friends, except in cases of illness. This mandate arose from complaint made to the board the master that he detected parties carrying out (concealed) articles of wearing apparel, and that the visiters almost invariably brought wi
14 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST POLICE COURT.

BELFAST POLICE COURT.

"day. [Before I>r. M'Ce, J.P ; J Q •' R.M., and E Otiir, ajj , E . -Patrick MT,ring's ' C Maddeu with being » ;' R * Bimtnt of r< **- The 1 . 11 th-prisoner came up to him deserter from the Foot, at JT, ■ lu « » Kilkenny. He said that be p«i.'f i' »'• in Octot.tr last, but had n
14 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THIS DAY. IS* INSOLVENCY. A ■- * : rf Unfinished C.ibinet Work, :ber. Cabinetmakers' Benches Zinc P :es. Ac .&c

THIS DAY. IS* INSOLVENCY. A ■- * : rf Unfinished C.ibinet Work, :ber. Cabinetmakers' Benches Zinc P :es. Ac .&c

I Mof M I\T. SOLD hv >. Beirut, I AUCTION. the I." tkulM.ta, MART .f .' 11. *iOWAN, 'urn AiTun ' ..n MONDAY, - l:kh in.-t.. at MTit:-v TiMBKK. in • I! .ill Knmf«, S. I I Tal>le», Cabinetmaker*'fc«-i»cfce», A. _ p-r An—m JAMKS. -.|. Official Xwi^ree, •_ I'piwt Ornuiwl <ja>r, '•!
14 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
p,... i t.ilUisD4« ' I'V.'-.l t >'► «t fi*'r »*■ *T Jj ■•iTnnii-itioto t • •' r

p,... i t.ilUisD4« ' I'V.'-.l t >'► «t fi*'r »*■ *T Jj ■•iTnnii-itioto t • •' r

14 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A vest instructive report will be found in another column, which we commend to the perusal of all those who

A vest instructive report will be found in another column, which we commend to the perusal of all those who

considered we were unnecessarily or unjustly severe in describing the influence of Orangei&m upon the administration of justice in the North. The assizes of the Connty of Down afford a bitter lesson as to how the stream of justice may be poisoned by the indulgence of partizan fe
14 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
the cork workhouse in past and PRESENT TIMES. TO TBI EDITOR OF THIS COBK EXAMINES. Sib, —Knowing what a faithful

the cork workhouse in past and PRESENT TIMES. TO TBI EDITOR OF THIS COBK EXAMINES. Sib, —Knowing what a faithful

record is preserved in ▼our journal the progress of every institution iutended for the benefit of the poor, I feel confident you will readily submit to your readers a few observations on the present and recent administration of the Cork Workhouse, contrasted with its government
14 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL AGENCY OFFICE. 22. GEORG E-STREET, LIMERICK. C. FLYNN. PSOPBISTOB, ESPECTFULLY announces the receipt of elegant supply oi

NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL AGENCY OFFICE. 22. GEORG E-STREET, LIMERICK. C. FLYNN. PSOPBISTOB, ESPECTFULLY announces the receipt of elegant supply oi

New Worke, carefully selected for Presents, Amongst the numerous^ works will he found, complete in one volume, the unrivalled Edinburgh Edition of Byron, Milton, Moort, Beattie, and Goldsmith ; The Habits of Good Socieey—all beautifully bound, with gilt edarea for 6e each. Macau
14 March 1865 - Tipperary Vindicator - Nenagh, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE LET, THE HOUSE, OFFICES,* KITCHEN GARDEN AT FOX HALL. Apptt HENRY HANNAN. Fox Hall* Newport, Co Tipperary. _

TO BE LET, THE HOUSE, OFFICES,* KITCHEN GARDEN AT FOX HALL. Apptt HENRY HANNAN. Fox Hall* Newport, Co Tipperary. _

(61M0 DIRECT SI'EAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN Limerick, London & Liverpool, Glasgow and Greenock. CALLING AT TRALEK. The limerick steam ship com* PANY, Limited, intend (unless prevented by unforeseen circumstances), to Sail their First'CUue Iron Steam Ships, Holyrood, | Limerick, Ro
14 March 1865 - Tipperary Vindicator - Nenagh, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
A. B. P. 607 88 186 0

A. B. P. 607 88 186 0

14 March 1865 - Tipperary Vindicator - Nenagh, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland