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POSITION OF THE COMPANY.

POSITION OF THE COMPANY.

Funds Invested .. .. A‘973,152 Annual Income .. 133,1U7 Suras Assured .. .. .. 3,134,000 INDISPUTABILITY OF THE POLICIES. The sums paid to the representatives of deceased Members, under 1,921 Policies, amount to JE1,478,000 and in no instance has the Company been engaged io liti
24 March 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE HUITISH ARMY

THE HUITISH ARMY

In introducing the Army Estimates, Lord Hartington truly observed that three of his chief subjects had already been anticipated in previous debates. We have heard a good deal this Session of Guns, Fortifications, and Recruiting. but the last subject is important that it was natu
24 March 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE MAURITIUS.

THE MAURITIUS.

In reply to a question from Mr. Lyall,| Mr. CARDWELL said there had been a considerable increase in the Mauritius for its military expenditure. Sir J. ELPHINSTONE protested against this increase in order to enable the Chancellor of the Exchequer to go to the country with a popul
24 March 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
INDIAN FINANCE.

INDIAN FINANCE.

Sir C. WOOD said, in reply to Mr. Watkin, that he had not yet received the accounts of Indian finance, and did not know when he should, he could not say when he would be able to make his statement of the finances of India.
24 March 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE LATE EXECUTION AT DURHAM.

THE LATE EXECUTION AT DURHAM.

Mr. LAWSON asked the Home Secretary if his attention bad been directed to the horrible scene which took place at the execution of Matthew Atkinson at Durham, and whether he had made inquiry into the conduct of the authorities who had the management of that execution. Sir G. GREY
24 March 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
M.p.,*itc., &c.

M.p.,*itc., &c.

Sir, —I have the honour to inform you that a meeting of Officers of Poor Law Unions in Ulster was held in Belfast on the 17th of March instant, when the superannuation Bill,” introduced you and Mr. Villiers, was taken into consideration, and I am directed communicate to you the
24 March 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
BURIED in the deep

BURIED in the deep

, ..patient quickly, for illness was marching upt •itli >l li(i st,ides i fastened the doors as she furred and crept ioto cabin. I remember W | more : the fury of the winds, the demon like f the ship, the fierce throbs in brain, the ot coming delirium, the terrible Lon in which
24 March 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
j_JYAM S IVK K Y

j_JYAM S IVK K Y

j_JYAM S IVK Y from 555. TJYAM’S n e s 17s. 6d. to 30s. J_J YAM’S TKOUSEKS, 10s., are unequalled, BENSON'S WATCHES.We have selected for eugraving three the watch cases, of which large variety is exhi bited by Mr. Benson. To this department of art manufacture Mr. Benson has paid e
24 March 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
TOWN F BELTURBET. T ° B E THE L E T LANESBORO' ARMS HOTEL. Apply to MORTON. Dec. 27, 1864.

TOWN F BELTURBET. T ° B E THE L E T LANESBORO' ARMS HOTEL. Apply to MORTON. Dec. 27, 1864.

24 March 1865 - Cavan Weekly News and General Advertiser - Cavan, Cavan, Republic of Ireland
 
Just published—price 4d. O PINIONS on Mr DALTON and Mr CARDEN'S PAMPHLETS ON THE IRISH QUESTION, BY WILLIAM ARMITAGE MOORE,

Just published—price 4d. O PINIONS on Mr DALTON and Mr CARDEN'S PAMPHLETS ON THE IRISH QUESTION, BY WILLIAM ARMITAGE MOORE,

Cavan: JOHN FEGAN, Main-street.
24 March 1865 - Cavan Weekly News and General Advertiser - Cavan, Cavan, Republic of Ireland