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The Belfast News-Letter.

The Belfast News-Letter.

?? . ?, A? I '7 ,?LjR -? I - ,, ? , ? - - 1, , I a ,) , ?? -t 1, 2--, S t, I. tr. 5, (ESTABLISTIED AS7EQO 1737.) Je ?? = _ _ , :B E L F At S T: 3 TUCESDAY, MARCH 2, 1865. Tin- American news continues to be very inte- resting, tbough nothing of a very decisive cha- racter has happ
28 March 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COOTEHILL. TO LET, and on ti-i may agree*! a tar*. HOTSE, situate in MAKK.IST STRKET, the principal part of the

COOTEHILL. TO LET, and on ti-i may agree*! a tar*. HOTSE, situate in MAKK.IST STRKET, the principal part of the

Town and centre the Market, *ilh Office-Hon*e«, a eiielooe.l and Carden, an wh'eh a .stunt ly of Water; a Tan-Yard working order. To a desirable tenant a lease will n_ For term®, *e.. apply Mrs. E. HIT LET, Riverview Miiln, Coote hill. 1865. MABONIC. GRAND MASONIC BALL /»» . >L
28 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Just Published, Cloth, pp.. at tl»o exceedinjdv low price of i».. CATECHISM IHISH HISTORY; tha Earliest to the Death of

Just Published, Cloth, pp.. at tl»o exceedinjdv low price of i».. CATECHISM IHISH HISTORY; tha Earliest to the Death of

(yCoaneU. By the Rev. JoHS Ua.xujs. Abo. ju»t Published. IKmo . fancy cloth. Price tkb.bv Post Td.. FLOWERS APRII*. Dublin JOHN MULLANV. I. Parliament- ■g L S T RIOTS
28 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LANDED ESTATES’ COURT. IRELAND.

THE LANDED ESTATES’ COURT. IRELAND.

28 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MORE DISTDIBAKCKB IX BELFAST

MORE DISTDIBAKCKB IX BELFAST

MORE BELFAST Bi.lfabt. Monday.-A nundier of |>ens«* brought up at the Police-court 10-day. charged with using party expression*, and forming part of mob Saturday evening. Mr. Orme. H.M.. and Dr. Mlfee. J.P.. p«* sided. . Junto* Nolan wa* with beinp'li' - *lorlr in Browne >aturrla
28 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FINK OLD WHISKEY.

FINK OLD WHISKEY.

JOHN JAMESON A Sons FINE OLD WHISKEY (various ages), Stored on fresh emptied Sherry Butts, Hhdti and Quarter Casks in Bond and dntypaid. Far. chasers of Quarter Cuk (28 galls.), or upwards, can be supplied direct from the Queen's Store. FRENCH BRANDT. BENNESSrS, MARTELL'S, BAYER
28 March 1865 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
ANOTHER MINISTERIAL DEFEAT!

ANOTHER MINISTERIAL DEFEAT!

the Session waxes old, the Ministry are being made to submit to several small discomfitures. On Saturday morning they were again defeated on the second reading of the County Voters’ Registration (Ireland) Bill, the object of which was to supply an omission in the Act of last Ses
28 March 1865 - Tipperary Free Press - Clonmel, Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PRINCE OF WALES.

THE PRINCE OF WALES.

TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1805. TUBS The Daily Ttlegraph says it can assert with confidence, that the Government has no intention of applying to Parliament during the present session, for an increase of the income the Prince of Wales.
28 March 1865 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
EMIGBATION.

EMIGBATION.

The emigration the United States has njjain commenced. Within the past month numbers hate left and on this day wards of 50 went by train to Queenstown, thence to embark for America, where they hope to sustain themselves with an independence and success which they are unable to r
28 March 1865 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
Downey v. and others.

Downey v. and others.

Defendant! horses honked it fr >m Tralee, seeing that their masters cared nothing about them, but were met at Ardfert the Greenback, wiio blocked them till further orders. The Sub all appearance, aideawake boy, and you cannot, therefore, expect to hear that he is going to hold h
28 March 1865 - Tralee Chronicle - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland