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FLAXSEED.

FLAXSEED.

The SUBSCRIBERS h»Te received the followlog eon*ignm*nt, which, “they offer for Sale 400 Brl* Extra-Picked Now Riga SOWING SEED do. Crowa All of superior quality. The *hipm*«t of Me**r*. Alex. Hill k Co. JAMES LEMON & SON. Corporation Square. Belfut, March. 1865.
25 March 1865 - Ulster General Advertiser, Herald of Business and General Information - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FOR GRATUITOUS CIRCULATION.

FOR GRATUITOUS CIRCULATION.

A physician many years extensively engaged the treatment of debility, and the various mental, nervous, and muscular affection* resulting I bereft loss memory, dim a* a* of sight, thickness of hearing, giddiness, noises the bead. Ungo a r and lassitude, indigestion, pain* In the
25 March 1865 - Ulster General Advertiser, Herald of Business and General Information - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NIGHT

NIGHT

Night ig (he time for rest; How tweet, when Üboare dote. gather round an aching breast The curtain of repoae. Stretch the tired limfaa, and lay the bead Upon our own delightful bed. Night it the time lor dreams; The gay romance ot life. When truth that i«, and truth that teems,
25 March 1865 - Ulster General Advertiser, Herald of Business and General Information - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
, that X Aleppo, 30; Keitiaa, Sir Ki".b Vekol’ook, lio-in 3.W0 *„ North Syria alone. In even- considerable in the'province

, that X Aleppo, 30; Keitiaa, Sir Ki".b Vekol’ook, lio-in 3.W0 *„ North Syria alone. In even- considerable in the'province

schools have been there are theological classes tor the preparation of natives for the Mimslry-schools affording classical tuition; and, mdependentb < of the all important effect of the p'on of the country, the labors of the buffed States missionarieH are of m thev have raUe<l t
25 March 1865 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
U BDEN-QUAT and WORTH-WALL.

U BDEN-QUAT and WORTH-WALL.

BDEN-QUAT and WORTH-WALL. Cheap and Expeditious Route to tho West of England and BRISTOL GENERAL JL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY’S East Sailing Iron Pad low heel Steamship «■# biPJU VKKN A, or other Vessi-I, I* Intended T Sail from North-wall for Drlutol every TUESDAY. TUESDAY, the o
25 March 1865 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FURTHER ARRIVALS OF NEW SPRING GOODS.

FURTHER ARRIVALS OF NEW SPRING GOODS.

g C T T, la P1«TB French Blfcck sun*. |’wWe, »*. Id. to 3a. 90. per Cow? Coteored SUka, ihunsged. la. 90. to 2s. 9d, p»t yard, Pko* of Rjd. per yard, cheap l.ot. 300 Silk CmhrcUn*. 60. 6a. luWlillo Bl»'Mlro tlon.” A Lot Cambric Handkerchiefs, damaged. CARPET DEPARTMENT. Bugs, Ta
25 March 1865 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE RETAII, DEPARTMENT

THE RETAII, DEPARTMENT

ia aoppllod with every Preparalioa. and other article required in Medical Practice, use in the sick room or nursery- Jfllrcns) Van* In all part* ot the City ami B«burM. and alonj? th-’ line the Klng«town and Bray Railway. and In the rlclnlty all Buttons, any hour, free charge. A
25 March 1865 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PH ILIIARMONIC SOCIETY.

PH ILIIARMONIC SOCIETY.

ILIIARMONIC SOCIETY. The third concert the society was given last evening; and with a judgment for which the committee deserve credit, they availed tbemsel ves of the presence of the Italian Operatic Company to secure their services, and the result was in every way success. Indee
25 March 1865 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
-Dr. P. Robinson In D Anllictu—•• I will Ufl

-Dr. P. Robinson In D Anllictu—•• I will Ufl

-Dr. P. Robinson D Anllictu—•• will Ufl Ip mine eyes (Whitfield). To-morrow— SrsoAr ts Lest. St. Patrick's Cathedral—Mornino Prater, 11 a.m,- Chaul—lVUiam Humphrey. —Doans O. have net God” (Btake). Cojuuiunkm Service—lni roll— “Tblne, Lord, Is the gmitoeas' (Kent). Kyrlo and Cree
25 March 1865 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ANNOUNCEMENT.

ANNOUNCEMENT.

WE beg to inform our Friends and the Public generally that our Buyers are leaving for LONDON and other MARKETS this Week, PURCHASING FOR THE SPRING TRADE. WE EXPECT TO SHOW NEW GOODS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT IN A FEW DAYS. WM. M‘ARTHUR & Co. Londonderry, March 22, 18G5.
25 March 1865 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland