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DRESSING GOWNS. WALPOLE and GEOGHEGAN, LINENDIUPEBS, HOSIEBS, SHIRTMAKERS, and OUTFITTERS, Have a large assortment of DRESSING GOWNS AND JACKETS; Some

DRESSING GOWNS. WALPOLE and GEOGHEGAN, LINENDIUPEBS, HOSIEBS, SHIRTMAKERS, and OUTFITTERS, Have a large assortment of DRESSING GOWNS AND JACKETS; Some

of them very light and warm, suitable for invalids. Established 176 G. 8 and SUFFOLK-STREET. IN TIIE LANDED ESTATES COURT. COUNTY AND CITY OF ARMAGH. the Matter of the Estate of Ann Lodgk, Owner and Petitioner. TO SOLD, before the Honourable Judge Dobbs, on THURSDAY, the 27th da
25 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPERIAL SEITM. 11 TAWS NEW W AISTCOATS. Ads as Mativis

IMPERIAL SEITM. 11 TAWS NEW W AISTCOATS. Ads as Mativis

25 March 1865 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
TO ALL WHO WISH TO UPHOLD NATIVE MANUFACTUDA DLORNEV'S IRISH MUSTARD Has keg for its PURITY. PUNGENCY t DELICACY FLAVOUR,

TO ALL WHO WISH TO UPHOLD NATIVE MANUFACTUDA DLORNEV'S IRISH MUSTARD Has keg for its PURITY. PUNGENCY t DELICACY FLAVOUR,

LID II Wig ONLY ARTICLE of thr RIND MANUFACTURED IN THIS COUNTRY. THE encouragement of Homo Manufacture epos which the well•beiag al • be by 2 who uphold this doctrine. THE BROWN EXTRA DAY. and DALE. Are the qualities specially racconnended, and me sold at the ruts sf AL ad., fa
25 March 1865 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
00111 COIN MARKET—Tim Dior.

00111 COIN MARKET—Tim Dior.

COIN MARKET—Tim Dior. IN 7. ; and ark ft Ts 31; nod 79 ft ft ft; whits is% DUBLIN MINDS—This Dar. LONDON D.T. MI MI. Mtn& POMO MOM . DM Tina ... Instant *posy MAKT4TRRET. C LON LEL JOIN S. LACY wishes it to bs distiastly that then an sired for in his Itewiiter, Sr for wit imp ass
25 March 1865 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 26.1965.

SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 26.1965.

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25 March 1865 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CLONMEL CHRONICLE, TIPPERARY EXPRESS AND ADVERTISER, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 25, 1865.

THE CLONMEL CHRONICLE, TIPPERARY EXPRESS AND ADVERTISER, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 25, 1865.

two Donn m em. w e . .to of ewe to l Mew. boa be of tbe poser few Mink seethe et the .1 two weestbe. Me Kean to OW be of tbe tie throe you' M..sl in lilt Itw modes of si i• Meek to No. Dwyer, nod Rm. Wt. Una pity. Cvow km tea ms of ea soma kie Mode. sod wee droned in AI 4e. The
25 March 1865 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
Another, slow in hearing but quirk is speech, who strangely tippers, both of the Iwo lint a which seemed likely

Another, slow in hearing but quirk is speech, who strangely tippers, both of the Iwo lint a which seemed likely

to be of •dreetage to this shouted, We want biota ace and cart iage --the sea fines railway • rote' " Act)t her those. general ntansger." was terribly posited by Mr. Vermin llar• courts who would not crepe the ingenious vetbiage of his " learned frien.l." but must know whit—g i
25 March 1865 - Clonmel Chronicle - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
HU:+sl A.

HU:+sl A.

A. The Journal de Zit. l'etersburg explains what has recently taken place in Central had not the object of extending the frowsier ut Russia, but of notifying it by acquirinz an uninterrupted frontier line. mud establi,Ating relations with tribes who know the %aloe of pewee wild c
25 March 1865 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
IoCULIN MARlible

IoCULIN MARlible

T H E G Whits. y.r 0..1.1, 61 t.. lb et de 1114. to 2 ; IS. ; ..• 0. ; •50... 1.. 6 12 6.; pre eat., 11.040. U U.. 10 erns., :7.6 y. r eel Bet ..r. U.. , 10 1 is &so., • I. 121. 4 1 pre et. t 0 U 4% decks u 1 n. 7 41 kart 124 rough*. 8.01 4. 6., U • v. , . He, 0.1 pr. 2. 36 01 Mt
25 March 1865 - Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser - Kells, Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
WORKHOUSE LADIES.

WORKHOUSE LADIES.

The Guardians of the Poor summoned Catherine Rough, Ellen Bailey, Margaret Dunphy, and Margaret Coltman, for rodtous and disorderly conduct, using bad language and refusing to obey all orders or regulations of the house. The appearance of those young ladies on the table must hav
25 March 1865 - Wexford Independent - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland