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Debentures 5, and per CEYLON COMPANY (Limited). —Subscribed Capital £306,000. : Esq, Chairman. Henry Pelham Human James Kay, Esq Burn

Debentures 5, and per CEYLON COMPANY (Limited). —Subscribed Capital £306,000. : Esq, Chairman. Henry Pelham Human James Kay, Esq Burn

Stephen P Kennard, Esq Harry Gordan, Eaq Patrick Robertson, Esq George Ireland, Esq Robert Smith, Esq. Manager—C J Braine, Esq. Tbe Directors nra prepared to ISSUE DEBENTURES for One. Tbree, and Five Years, at 5, aud 6 per Cent, respectfvely. They are slso prepared to invest Mon
27 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THANKS.

THANKS.

Th'* Sisters of the Good Shepherd gratefully acknowledge having received £3 from the Loan Fund Society per Dr. Connell, and one guinea from special jury, per T. W. Condon, Esq., for the Mag Asylum. Mary Shanahan, widow of Michael Shanahan, ship-carpenter, who was drowned, on the
27 March 1865 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
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27 March 1865 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
COUNTY CHAIRMANSHIPS.

COUNTY CHAIRMANSHIPS.

Tho following is correct list of the recent changes in the Countj Chairmanships : Tipperary—Mr, Charles Holleston, removed from Mayo. Mayo- Mr J. H. Richards, from Waterford. Waterford—Mr. C Lloyd, from King’s County. King’s County—Mr. Jellott, Q C. Donegal Mr. James Gibson, fro
27 March 1865 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
GOVERNMENT defeat

GOVERNMENT defeat

The Minidry suffered decisive defeat in the Mouse of Commons on Tnesda, nisrlrt. the motion Mr Sheridan lor reducing the duty fire insurances.— Mr Gladstone thought to get rid of the resolutioo stating that was ineipedieol to bind the hands of Hie Government in manner proposed j
27 March 1865 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE MILITIA

THE MILITIA

The undarmeiitioiicd liiah Miliiia will Marnible fur (raiding lliit year folluwa Daiirgal. Co', Pialitr, ai Uaihntullfu Fori, racruii* the sili JaU'-, and (lie rteiivciit tha Itth, The Arwagli, r««*rui(« (ht 22 and •••• ragi»a»it (lie 29 li May, at Tli« Aolrnii, Colon'*! rerruit
27 March 1865 - Enniskillen Chronicle and Erne Packet - Enniskillen, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
 
education

education

IMPUTATION and “bathing. SCHOOL. Mr JAMK3, Tic Ooflr.'e nrpmf.-l for Mercantile porauiU. for ‘' “* a,1 .. 1ar '•,, CmT or tiro KiaminatloM. In thn ihortert time poMible, and in very iuperior manner. tK«4-h/x*l and refer««w« to the paront* PupiU. b« forwarded apiilicatioo the Sch
27 March 1865 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOVELTIES

NOVELTIES

DRESS AND FASHION gPR N G NEW SILKB, 1 NEW BHAWL9. NEW FANCY DRESSES, NEW MANTLES. NEW BRILLIANTS Anu NEW RIBBONS, he. CAMBRICS, | JAMBS FORREST *sd RagpeclfullT they ha»a receired largo as•oriment GOODS, all l<»ding Fabrics Boaaon, which the/ solicit an earl/ inspection. and 10
27 March 1865 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH TIMES, MONDAY, MARCH 27, 1865. Colonel OREVILLE—I to eooond tho motion j for •djonramont of Homo order to

THE IRISH TIMES, MONDAY, MARCH 27, 1865. Colonel OREVILLE—I to eooond tho motion j for •djonramont of Homo order to

wk tho right barooot, the Chief Socaotory for Ireland, if ho will answer tho qaaeucm pat him bon gentleman tho member for Kildare, Tie, whether will lay on the table the report received from tho loomed judge upon thia subject Tho right hofi baronet rood paouge from letter, but h
27 March 1865 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THANKS.

THANKS.

From tho Thos Mills to Miss S Wbitton, Mount- Joy square, for St (or th« loan (and of the Association (or the Belief of Distressed Protestants ; also to A C for It for the Providence Home ; and Every Kennedy for 21, Thomas Danville, Esq. 11, and Charles Bishop, Esq, 11, towards
27 March 1865 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland