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IMPRISONMENT OF .THE REV. MR.

IMPRISONMENT OF .THE REV. MR.

IMPRISONMENT OF . THE REV. MR. STERN. eves the folloekg of OD 0. .sth of Ito 1 0.1 r by the prefligete King of throb* which he with Sorely b • ere Is sahib ear Government ought to tote ewsegstie wore &me time age we mentioned the of lia by the worthless King of A bruin's. sw aria
8 April 1865 - Larne Reporter and Northern Counties Advertiser - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ME. NEWDEGATE AGAIN.

ME. NEWDEGATE AGAIN.

above title the London Totes publishes the following:— Bit Charles Clifford giresents his compliments to the Editor of the Times, sad be much obliged by it. Inof the encbeed earreepeadeace In paper. Coltemeadeall. Bary PS Illiaasts, Mane Itsty Idssods II oussissistos Mums roma X
8 April 1865 - Larne Reporter and Northern Counties Advertiser - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WATCHES! WATCHES!! WATCHES !II Blast Watch Glasses Fitted, Id es. Best Gold or Steel Hands, 6i mak Best Main-Springs Fitted,

WATCHES! WATCHES!! WATCHES !II Blast Watch Glasses Fitted, Id es. Best Gold or Steel Hands, 6i mak Best Main-Springs Fitted,

2s 6d NA. Best Jewels Fitted, 2s 6d each. Watches well Cleaned, is 6d each. All other kinds of done proportionally ; Cheap, and the Workmanship warranted to I be first-class, as the whole of it is done on the Premises, by Experienced Workmen, at CAMPBELL & COMPANY'S, 8 & 10, SMI
8 April 1865 - Larne Reporter and Northern Counties Advertiser - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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14 April 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
N OTES ON A CON 11N ENi AL i’ OUR.

N OTES ON A CON 11N ENi AL i’ OUR.

N OTES ON A 11N ENi AL OU R. On Monday evening liev. Kichard Symth, of Derry, delivered eloquent lecture ou this subject, in the room ottiie Tontine,- lie was lu^iiiy respectable, and included Dr. Cuming (in the chair), Ilev. Jaokson Smjili, v. Win. Henderson, lie*. John 1!. 11‘A
14 April 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE FENIANS IN AMERICA.

THE FENIANS IN AMERICA.

Mr. WHITFSIDE asked the Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs whether tiie Foreign Office had received despatches or any information relative to statements lately published in this country, to the effect that encouragement had been given by eminent political indi\iduals in the Uni
14 April 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE EXPEDITION TO BHOOTAN.

THE EXPEDITION TO BHOOTAN.

Mr. H. SEYMOUR called attention to the recent disasters to our army at Rhootan. He said the loss of two guns so rarely happened to any portion of our arm? that the circumstances under which the repulse at Bhootan had occurred required careful investigation. He doubted the policy
14 April 1865 - Armagh Guardian - Armagh, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
THE NOMINATION FOR THE REPRESENTATION OF LOUTH.

THE NOMINATION FOR THE REPRESENTATION OF LOUTH.

THE NOMINATION FOR THE REPRESENTATION LOUTH. Dundalk, Monday Evening. The nomination of candidates for 'U county Louth, rendered vacant the acceptance 1 thee of Poor Law Commissioner Mr. B M. lie,lew, late member for the county, took place this day in the Court-house, Mr. Henry S
12 April 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DAVID PRINCE MILLER, Jvu.'a NEW POPCI.AR I'LACE OF AMCSKMKNT, PRINCE OF EXHIBITION O O M S , CORNER DONiJGALL PLACE

DAVID PRINCE MILLER, Jvu.'a NEW POPCI.AR I'LACE OF AMCSKMKNT, PRINCE OF EXHIBITION O O M S , CORNER DONiJGALL PLACE

fc CASTLE LANE, BELFAST, Til Open, under the above THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL I»th, W'ITH one nt the m *t Exhibitions ever introduced Public BtUut, eut,U*a_ SCENES MANT LANDS, amomjs* other Beautiful Mechanical Kife.ts. and Gronps L tad Continental Sosnss-Wondroui and Soldier's Dre
12 April 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Morning News.

The Morning News.

BELFAST, FRIDAY, APRIL 13C5. The election for Co-inty Loath was proceed' <1 with yesterday, the polling taking place Dundalk and Ardee. According to one account, Mr. Tristram Kennedy, Liberal, was returned by a majority over Mr. M*Clintock, Conservative—the numbers being 459 to
14 April 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland