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HIGH WATER AT DUBLIN BAR— This Dat. Morning 8.50 1 Evening 91

HIGH WATER AT DUBLIN BAR— This Dat. Morning 8.50 1 Evening 91

24 March 1865 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Tba Daily Telegraph says that free pardon will extended to Pelirzioni regards tbs murder for which ba has bean condemned, bat the prisoner will be Immediately put bis trial on charge of stabbing tbe potman of tba booaa where tba affray took place. EyLand’s Jr.->n Trade Circular
24 March 1865 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ENGLISH LAW INTELLIGENCE. EZTAOBD IN ARY DIVORCE CASE.

ENGLISH LAW INTELLIGENCE. EZTAOBD IN ARY DIVORCE CASE.

ENGLISH LAW INTELLIGENCE. EZTAOBD ARY DIVORCE CASE. The following eaaa was beard ia the Diroroa Coart, London, Wednesday Pollard t. Pollard and HmMuoj. (Before Special Jury.) The petitioner, Colonel Dillon Gaataras Pollard, of the Indian army, brother of Mr. Pallard-UrqQbart, M-P
24 March 1865 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WAX WITH AMERICA.

WAX WITH AMERICA.

On the motion for going into Committee of Sap- P>7. Mr. H. Bbkkelct called attention of tho honso to probability of a war with America, and contended that are now, the negligenoe of Qo rernment, in a worse position than wo were 1812, when wo snffbred the loss of so ranch credit.
24 March 1865 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
 
THE VACANT POOR-LAW COMMISSIONERSHIP,

THE VACANT POOR-LAW COMMISSIONERSHIP,

The telegrsm from Mr. John Ball, declining the Poor- Law Commissionership, has been received by the Government earlier than they had anticipated. Mr. Ball was known to be on his way to Pisa, where tbe Government telegraphed to him on Friday, and his reply was not expected, the e
24 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
AND FOREIGN PAPER HANGINGS, .M.J In every variety, and at every price. H. SIBTHOHPE aid SON, CORK-HILL, DUBLIN. Dinner and

AND FOREIGN PAPER HANGINGS, .M.J In every variety, and at every price. H. SIBTHOHPE aid SON, CORK-HILL, DUBLIN. Dinner and

dessert services in china AND EARTHEN WAKE. The newest and most elegant patterns at prices suit all purchasers. GREGG and SON, China, Glass, and Earthenware House, 18, Upper Sackvillestreet. LASS of all kinds for Glazing Dwei.i.ix.j Oct-Okkiors. G&kknhoghks. with a larg« assortm
24 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORPORATION.

THE CORPORATION.

A special meeting <»f the Municipal Council was held yesterday, the City Hall— Ihe Right Hon. the Lord Mayor in the chair. THE ' k OBNOXIOUS OATHS." The 1 own Clerk proceeded to read the minutes of the previous meeting, in which was embodied a letter from Alderman Botisall, inti
24 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS—YKSTKRDAT. [BY TELEGRAPH-] The house met at tive o'clock. OUR RELATIONS WITH AMERICA. Earl RUSSELL, in laying upon the table notification from Mr. Adams, the American Minister, of the intention o| the Government of the United States to terminate the Reciprocity Tr
24 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE GALES.

THE GALES.

It appears that the number barges sunk in the Thames, Bugby's Reach, was 63. All of these were large craft, containing an average cargo of between and 50 tons. Iu addition that serious loss of property several barges sank other parts of the river during the*storm. barge laden wi
24 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FIRST DELIVERY OF STRING TWEEDS FOB Tax RICHMOND TROUSERS, 17s 6d- no season the year the value and style which

FIRST DELIVERY OF STRING TWEEDS FOB Tax RICHMOND TROUSERS, 17s 6d- no season the year the value and style which

hare made the RICHMOND TROUSERS so famous appear sack advantage as ia Spriag and Summer. stylish Colours and Patterns, combined with tbe Oneness Wool, and being thoroughly shrunk, are calculated to please the most superior taste and judgment. We have just received our First Deli
24 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland