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THE PLAGUE IN RUSSIA.

THE PLAGUE IN RUSSIA.

TI e M iLondon, Sunday. TI!e Meaicdi Depattmett of the Privy Council has seat three medieal officere to Rassia to report on the pestileneD. The following despatch was received last evening at the Foreigl-Officefrom the BritishAmbassador:- Is Ft. Petersbwg, Saturday, 5.45 ie.i. "
10 April 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE FENIAN CONSPIRACY.

THE FENIAN CONSPIRACY.

Tus following, amongst other Fenian intellig6ece, appears in the Irish American:- ?? I'4 TYE ARMY OF THE POTOGIA. "Camp 5th New Hampshire Vole., March 1, 1865. &' GENT vEx-I am glad to be able to inform you and the public that the good cause is progressing rapidly in the army. W
10 April 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS.

PARLIAMENTARY BUSINESS.

APABLIAMENTA1Y BUSINESS. NOWTC:S OF 2COT1osg kXI ?? O0 THS DlA. MOcDAY, APRIL 24. Notice of Motion. Mr. Denman-To, move, That, in the opinion of this House, it is just and expedient that the annual duty ?? upon certificates taken out by attorneys, solicitors, and proctors in Engl
13 April 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Irish Markets.

Irish Markets.

at~ 3f5W:~arketv. i I ~F I L A. X. I ARm , Tuas ..-There -was a large supplr of -ax fooward to-day, variously estimated at 1o0 to 1230 tons. Buyers were numeroug, bjut demanld was lat. guid. The prices were rather easier for the pr- chaser-say, from 4s to 93 per atone for milled
13 April 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Press.

The Press.

?? j9rns. TEE WAR IN BEQOTAN. [FROM THE TIrXE5.j r As the expedition to Bhootan was of doubtful exipediency at first, we cannot be surprised at the censures it has provoked, though what was described as a " great disaster" has been al- ready repaired. Our forces were compelled to
12 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
 
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12 April 1865 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
(And Immediate Pcme««ion Oiren,) thi novu Known WEST LODGE, With Stable and Coacb-houe, and from ona-half to three* quarter, of

(And Immediate Pcme««ion Oiren,) thi novu Known WEST LODGE, With Stable and Coacb-houe, and from ona-half to three* quarter, of

an Irish Acre of Land attached. WEST LODGE, within short Mile of the Town, it beautifully situated on the rising ground of Kailyard, nod commands an catctisire view of Tralee Bay and the surrounding For Bent and other particulars apply to EDWARD MULCHINOCK, Esq., C lechers Boose
12 April 1865 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland