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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

DEATH OF THE REV. JAMES HAYDN, P.P., KILL. On the Fsast of the Annunciation this good pastor went to bis reward. His end was in character with his living career-upwards of forty years in the sacred ministry-for he was seized with the illness which, after Leven hours, proved fatal
30 March 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

DEATH OF MR. T. T. MAGRATiL ,t Thie venerable gentleman died on Sunday morning last, at his residence, Sandycove. He was in his 86af year. Mr. Magrath was a native of Cork, which city h he left for London in the year 1803, Irom whence be proceeded to Bath, and became a pupil of t
30 March 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A ROMANTIC COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE.

A ROMANTIC COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE.

S>>*l time ago the mate a Sunderland vessel, while at a Chinese port, fell ill of fever, aud subsequently died. Englishman and his wife, living the land " barbarians, were kiud to the dying man, and his last moments strove their attentions ease ss far as they could his passage t
30 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THIS DAY. Qrsit Sals of Electro Plata and Cutlery, AT TIIK AUCTION MART, •v WAKING STREET, BELFAST. T.ll< l'W <

THIS DAY. Qrsit Sals of Electro Plata and Cutlery, AT TIIK AUCTION MART, •v WAKING STREET, BELFAST. T.ll< l'W <

VEDNESDAYI, THURSDAY, and K .' l'A V, at Twelve o'clock each ilav, !. i: V EXTENSIVE ant SUPERB :t" < <>f KLECTRO-PLATE au.l i'UT I. ■ • •• LuManufacturing EnuUubmt'Ot in I • '■!> M'Kttr, SHEFFIELD. ) .. V i« tv uf ELECTRO-PLA TE. A \ -. ruent of CU TLERY. T . ■■■ i. o. ii ng fr
30 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TOMORROW. AUCTION OF BOOTS AND SHOES (FOR THE WBOM IT MAT C*»N«EH ) b* SOLI) AUCTION, THURSDAY, 30th instant. Twelve

TOMORROW. AUCTION OF BOOTS AND SHOES (FOR THE WBOM IT MAT C*»N«EH ) b* SOLI) AUCTION, THURSDAY, 30th instant. Twelve

o'clock coon, at the Subscriber's SALE-BOOM, 61. SMITHFJBLD, I X boxes of LA>IKS' KID GUSSET BOOTS fbestquality); also, a large quantity MEN ami BOYS SHOES. Terms—Cash, ami Purchasers to pay Auction Fee*. WILLIAM DVSART, Auctioneer, 61, Smithtield. /uction of China. Earthenware.
30 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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THE POOR LAW OFFICERS' SUPER ANNUATION BILL.

THE POOR LAW OFFICERS' SUPER ANNUATION BILL.

Saturday.—ln o minitte • this this ruoniiu«r ( in the House of Commons, Lord Joint Bbowm the the words "clerks 4 uoidDi" in the tirft clause. considered that the officials referred *tr* tntitUd to superannuation allowance, and hoped t«> s the measure carried out in what he consi
30 March 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CORK SPRING ASSIZES.

CORK SPRING ASSIZES.

COUNTY COURT—This DAY. (Before Mr Serjeant Abmstbono.) CITY BECOBDS. O'llea v. Neligan. This was an action to recover £200 damages for an assault. The plaintiff keeps a lodging house on Grenvillequay, and the defendact is the Rev. Mr* Neligan, rector of of St. Mary's Shandon. Pr
30 March 1865 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH POPULATION STATISTICS.

IRISH POPULATION STATISTICS.

The Quarterly Return of tbe Registrar-General issued today is more than usually interesting. It relates to the last three months of as far the statistics affecting births and deaths is concerned ; but in reference emigration and the decline of the population, applied the whole o
30 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mdlle. Adelina Patti appears to have created an ex- traordinary sensation Lille. private letter sta she gave two performances there

Mdlle. Adelina Patti appears to have created an ex- traordinary sensation Lille. private letter sta she gave two performances there

—the Barbiert aud that each provoked unheard-of furor.
30 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
I \IAMONDS, EMERALDS. RUBIES, PEARLS, ' GOLD, SILVER. WATCHES. PLATED WAKE. Sc. We &r« almost dally asked—'" Do yon bay

I \IAMONDS, EMERALDS. RUBIES, PEARLS, ' GOLD, SILVER. WATCHES. PLATED WAKE. Sc. We &r« almost dally asked—'" Do yon bay

old for CaKhf" Wo invariably answer. "We do, provided they are Rood." We give the very bent price that can possibly obtained for any the above articles, and then re-make, remodel. or melt them, as the case may be, and re-sell thein at the lowest possible remunerative rate of pro
30 March 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland