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THE PARTY PROCESSIONS ACT.

THE PARTY PROCESSIONS ACT.

THE PARTY PR3aCESSIONS ACT. | FFRrilOXE TEig lVfWUEB MAL O1 L3?i S22 A PaaRLnAVcaTArnr Daper has reach -d us to,'0ay whieb was moved for by Sir HI agh Cairns, cont,'iniog2 ?? i9 the Instructions issnei to the Aogicstrrtes of Crm- stabtlary relative to the Procession, Act, b'tr,e
23 March 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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COURSE OP LECTURES. W. - , Lecture w>U t«> ae!ir.n.l th.» luit.totton on EVEN INC*. Zirtl.bt C.koe'** Pobie. K«l. V. U<l S. *n ',li ■•’ FacalUß* ot IniccU, lUrutrattfU the • Ixy■ Hydrogen Micr.jso pa. Ch-.vri .b.jtak.T. fttEuthtu'Cloek. Ail •ai.-wu--Vk'iiibor* f.»’: o*m-M-tahar*.
23 March 1865 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AND DAILY ADVERTISER.

AND DAILY ADVERTISER.

DUBLIN, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 18(!r>, INSURANCES SCOTTIPII PROVINCIAL ASSURANCE COMPANY. tv 1935. Act or PtautituT, CAPITAL —OSB MILLION. Quad OSce for Iruland-34a COLLEGE ORBBM, DUBLIN COMMITTEE MANAGEMENT t Ralph 8. Cusack. Esq, J.P., Komar, Bt. Doulough’a Dublin, and Gardiner**
23 March 1865 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RELIGIOUS ORDERS INDEMNITY FUND.

RELIGIOUS ORDERS INDEMNITY FUND.

RELTGROUS ORDERS INDEMNITY FUND. Already acknowledged by the Dominican Fathers . ?? ?? £10 0 0 Rt Madden, Eeq. 31l ?? 1 0 0 Thomas L Kelly, Eeq ?? 3 a 0 James A Dcase, &q. Turb(tetOWn ?? 1 0 0 Offering of Dn Old Celt ?? 1 0 0 Moneignor Woodlock, Rector of the 'Ca- tholic Universi
23 March 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

I (BY TELEGl.APH.) Paris, Wednesday, March 22. Intelligence received here, dated Monte Video, 7rk February, announces that the garrison of that town bad agreed to capitulate to the Brazilian admirsi, blho wods (d, therefore, occupy the place without St. Petersburg. Monday, March
23 March 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRIGHTFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT—NINE PERSONS KILLED.

FRIGHTFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT—NINE PERSONS KILLED.

FRIGHTFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT-NIIIE PERSONS KILLED. On the 7th instant a fearful collicion occurred on one n of the AmeriCpn lines, between au express train from eh Wabhington for New York and a p3ssenger train from Gc Philadelphia for New York. The immediate result of the collision
23 March 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Accounts from Pari* a* the state of the eminent composer, Mr. Vincent Wallace'a health, are still more and more reasenring.

Accounts from Pari* a* the state of the eminent composer, Mr. Vincent Wallace'a health, are still more and more reasenring.

It is now confidently hoped thst Mr. Wallace iioo the road convalescence.
23 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Suicim IK PiEK.-L.Bt evening in a „;„ WM held by Dr. Lanke.t.r tbe Bank of England tavern Paddicgton, respecting the

Suicim IK PiEK.-L.Bt evening in a „;„ WM held by Dr. Lanke.t.r tbe Bank of England tavern Paddicgton, respecting the

death of Mr. William Jam« Tebay, aged 76 years, who shot himself in Hyde p.-L Mr. C. T. Tebay aaid that deceased lived No. 59 Marylebone-street. He had been a clerk, but for the Ust months had been out of employment in consequence having broken his arm fall from a tax-out Til wi
23 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr. Carlyle's "Frederick, the Great."—The concluding volumes the " History Frederick the Great," Mr. lhomas Carlyle, were issued yesterday morning.

Mr. Carlyle's "Frederick, the Great."—The concluding volumes the " History Frederick the Great," Mr. lhomas Carlyle, were issued yesterday morning.

The work closes with the following paragraph 44 him myself hitherto the Last of the King*; Next will be is very long question. But it seems to me as if Nations, probably all Nations, by-and-bye, in their despair—blinded, swallowed like Jonah, in such a whale's belly things bruti
23 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BLACK SILKS. OLDHAM AND SONS, 12, WESTMORELAND-STREET, Beg to announce tho arrival of large arcel of BLACK SILKS of peculiar

BLACK SILKS. OLDHAM AND SONS, 12, WESTMORELAND-STREET, Beg to announce tho arrival of large arcel of BLACK SILKS of peculiar

excellence, Manufactured from pure Italian Silk. "EUMILY MOURNING AND BLACK SILK WAREHOUSE, 09, GRAF TON-STREET. A. OGILVY, (Successor to the late 1. It. Barklie,) Respectfully announces tho Arrival from LYONS of BLACK SILKS in the following makes : RICH GROS GRAIN. MOIRE ANTIQU
23 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland