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AMERICA.

AMERICA.

EYAOUATIOI OF manoiEND AND PETERSBURG-. DEFEAT OF LEE. (Per Reuter.l New York, April 5, NoRa. Official reports from Grant to President Lincoln, received on Sunday, anuounced that severe and1 bloody fighting had been progressing around Rich- Mond during Friday, Saturday, and Sund
17 April 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE COTTON SUPPLY IN THE SOUTHERN STATES.

THE COTTON SUPPLY IN THE SOUTHERN STATES.

lME. BaRGHT, IP., has forwarded to the Star the following letter on the cotton stored in the Southern States of America, from a writer who is stated to have psta great attention to the subject:- " Boston, United States, April 5. "D DAR San-It may be of some service to you to hav
27 April 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST AND COUNTY DOWN, AND BELFAST, HOLYWOOD, AND BANGOR RAILWAY COMPANIES.

BELFAST AND COUNTY DOWN, AND BELFAST, HOLYWOOD, AND BANGOR RAILWAY COMPANIES.

BELFAST AND COUNTY DOWN, AND BEL- FAST, HOLTWOOD, AND BANGOR EAIL- WAY COMPANIES. rFlOZ OUE SUEhIL REPOUR3).] LoSnoN, Tus-Dn Tl, TEIs was a Bill to authorise the transfer to tho Bel- fast, Eolywood, and Bango Railway Company of the Eolywo-,a Branch of the Belfast and County Down
8 April 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IRISH NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY.

IRISH NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY.

IRLSE NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY. TEn following is a report of the proceedings at the meeting in Dablin on Thursday last, after onr Special Reporter's derpatch was forwarded TIE FINN VALLEY L1nE. The CaiaaxvS (the Eon. J. K. Cavendish Butler) ?? the hsal-yeaaiy meeting that took place
8 April 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Irish Fairs.

Irish Fairs.

~r4 ?? an BE.TrunBEa, THURSDAY, AeniL 6.-On this day our fair was well stocked, but business was languid, and ir. tho aggregate did not amount to an average. Buyers were unwilling to come up to the prices asked, and the result was that a considerable pro- portion remeained unsold
8 April 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

l | BIRTHS. Birce-.April 16, at Cultra, Hol'rood, the wife of Mr. BeDjamin Birch, of a daughter. Care-April 14, at Stretton Rectory, Derbyshire, the wile of the Bi-v. Ambrose Cave Browne Cave, of a son. Hayes-April 17, at Liffird, lse wife of Captain Hayes e Adjrtant of the Princ
19 April 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY

THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY

TS an infallible core for NERVOUS, MENTAL and I PHYSICAL DEBILITY; is the discovery of an eminent Fronch Physician, and has been used on tho Continent for the five years with unvarying success, being chemically prepared in the form ol £ without least fear of detection, and speed
1 April 1865 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
STE.iI TO BOSTON FBOI LIVERPOOL

STE.iI TO BOSTON FBOI LIVERPOOL

BOSTON LIVERPOOL i- WARREN & CO.’S LIVER\J I’OOL AND BOSTON LINE SfjgiffisfEAMEUS. j?!?int!udcd to ilcspatch, tho first Steamship of the above line, the full-powereil Iron Screw Steamship PROPONTIS, 2.500 tons, or other first-class Stcnmcr. from LIVERPOOL SATURDAY, APRIL, ana fro
1 April 1865 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
POSTAL CHANGES.

POSTAL CHANGES.

The railway alterations above referred to have involved certain postal changes. Heretofore there was morning mail sent to Dublin by the 7.50 a.m., and down mail arrived without delivery before 10 p-ni. j The new m«11 hours consequent the railway changes is great improvement For
1 April 1865 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
FBIDAT.

FBIDAT.

Hr. Barron, Chairman lor thi» county, took hit scat for tbs despatch of Crown bnsinen at 1 o’clock yesterday. The magistrate* who were present the bench were —Measra. K. C. Bnrly, Jerome Quill, D. do C. M’Oillyenddy, E. Kae, E. Holchinock, and Gerard O’Connor. After some difficu
1 April 1865 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland