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HotrsßMsiD and Parlourmaid ins small family, a respsetabie yuttng Wootan. Is Jail dlscngafol: perfre tly undoratasii* her in both rapaeltlre

HotrsßMsiD and Parlourmaid ins small family, a respsetabie yuttng Wootan. Is Jail dlscngafol: perfre tly undoratasii* her in both rapaeltlre

; can mats Up U«*« •hrnge and do plain work If required ; will highly resximmended her lost miitraai. In town. Addreaa J. M , 183 la.w. HagguLstrevt, or Caveodlsb-ruw. Hors KM Ain, <r Housemaid and Par able youug Woman, perfectly ness; I* good plainwnrker; ran bo very highly the
14 March 1865 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PUBLIC NOTICES.

PUBLIC NOTICES.

Hafl aortal tube of matfc power, leisure hour ! ’• Nothin}? more acceptable to smoker than one EEVIL’S MEERSCHAUM PIPES, Five shillings each. la Spring Cases and Amber Mouthpiece. haporior Ditto, iOa. Extra Large Silver Monnte«l. 29*. Free and Sale Post. AU t Cash relumed. E. EB
14 March 1865 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PRINCE’S VISIT.

THE PRINCE’S VISIT.

The official letter to the Lord Mayor announcing the iatended viait of the Prince of Wales wts received yesterday in the Corporation ia spirit of loyalty to which ere sure the ettiseoa generally will cordially respond. Royal Highness baa already had sufficient experience of the
14 March 1865 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
VALENTINE VOUBDKN.

VALENTINE VOUBDKN.

Mr. continues to give hla highly and agreeable performance, entitled The Unity ol Nations,’' in the Rotuodo every evening, and attracts crowded booses. Althoogh the general outline of bit FD'ertsinroent is always the same, socoeeds in imparling much that is new to it by the intr
14 March 1865 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE COURTS—YESTERDAY.

POLICE COURTS—YESTERDAY.

POLICE COURTS-YESTBBDAY. I HEAD OFFICE'. , (Before Mr. Allen.) Violtnt Assault-James Quin was brought up in custody charged with having violently assaulted Police- constable 57 B. It appeared that the prisoner and a woman were arrested at Sir Jobn Hoger0on'squay, for drunkenness,
14 March 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Burning or Captain Butler's Mansion Bal. LYLINr, NEAR EnniS.—On Saturday, abont ten o'clock, the above mansion took fire whilst Captain

Burning or Captain Butler's Mansion Bal. LYLINr, NEAR EnniS.—On Saturday, abont ten o'clock, the above mansion took fire whilst Captain

Butler and bis family were at breakfast. One of the chimneys first was observed have been in flames, which speedily communicated with the other portions the building. The mansion consisted of two distinct buildings, one an ancient construction of tbatcb, snch had been in use in
14 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The Cork Examiner.

The Cork Examiner.

TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 14, 1865. Oub readers cannot fail to be aware that before many days are over two questions great national importance will come before the House of Commons. One of these refers to the Established Church in Ireland, whose abuses are to be exposed by Mr. Dill
14 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MONTH'S MIND FOR THE LATE VERY REV. JAMES AMBROSE, P.P., BALLINAMONA.

MONTH'S MIND FOR THE LATE VERY REV. JAMES AMBROSE, P.P., BALLINAMONA.

Thursday, 9th inst., this ceremony took place at the Church of Analintba, where the remains of the venerable deceased have been interred. The rev. gentleman was modest, unpretending', and retiring—one whose ambition was to be unknown the world, who found a rich treasure in the q
14 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ADMIRALTY OFFICE—YESTERDAY.

ADMIRALTY OFFICE—YESTERDAY.

•'» » va avu A M i.ui'.l X Appointments.—Henry Miller to the Racoon. Second Masters William F Maxwell, additional, to the Duncan ; Silas Liddell, of the Hogue, additional, the Adelaide. Engiueer—George ,H Newbury to the Firefly, confirmed. Promotions.—To be Engineer—William Herd
14 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. BENJAMIN LEE GUINNESS.

MR. BENJAMIN LEE GUINNESS.

London, March 13.—1 am enabled to inform you, upon authority, that her Majesty, on the recommendation of his Excellency the Viceroy of Ireland, intends to offer your distinguished fellow-citizen, Mr. Benjamin Lee Guinness, letters patent conferring upon him the style and dignity
14 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland