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The Morning News

The Morning News

BELFAST, MONDAY, APRIL 10, Important news from America arrived by the Africa yesterday. A battle was feught between Lee and Grant at Petersburg, the Confederates gaining a temporary success, but being afterwards repulsed.— The losses on both sides are said to have been heavy. Sh
10 April 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CZAR PETER AND CZARINA CATHARINE.

THE CZAR PETER AND CZARINA CATHARINE.

it abstruse creature ; has lived, all this while, with his Catharine an abstruse life, which would have gone altogether mad except for Catharine's superior sense. An awkward, ardent, but helpless kind Peter, with vehement desires, with a da«h of wild magnanimity even ; but ia su
13 April 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
•raamental Pla*t». Fniit and Flowering Of choicest kind. by P*L- L »KCB k Horticulteoia, rrtuci, •J*. Vjuai Aus a Para,

•raamental Pla*t». Fniit and Flowering Of choicest kind. by P*L- L »KCB k Horticulteoia, rrtuci, •J*. Vjuai Aus a Para,

To 1m SOLD AUCTION, THURSDAY, April *t the Rooiu over Keru's N. PLACE, at Twelr* o'clock, Analeas, Amaryllis, ('am«-liaa, Khododeedrums, I'n'M Arborea, Daplineii. Jasmin, Tre?s, Two HuuJre.l »»■ « K.»e Tree*, Flower liulbs. and Fruit Trees, Ac. Cash. Purchasers to pay Auction fc
11 April 1865 - Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NORTH POLAR EXPLORATION.

THE NORTH POLAR EXPLORATION.

At the Royal Geographical Society 011 Monday evening the subject the proposed exploration of the North Pole was resumed. Sir Roderick Murchison presided; and the i r £ aper was rea(l by Mr. Hickson, on the climate of the North Pole. The author the paper contended that, I taking
12 April 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICES OF MOTIONS AND ORDERS OF THE DAY.

NOTICES OF MOTIONS AND ORDERS OF THE DAY.

The following notices of motions and orders of the day ; stand on the Order Book the House of Commons: Friday, April 28. Order of the Day : Tories, Robbers, and Rapparees ("Ireland) Bill—Committee. Notices of Motions: Colonel Tottenham—New Ross Union—Returns of ; the valuation i
10 April 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

fBY TELEGRAPH.] Evening Mail Office, 2 i> *. AMERICA. [telegram the times, per THE AFRICA. I New York, March 28.—1t was reported in Washing, ton yesterday that the entire Potomac army moved on the previous day. Th 6 direction and object of the movement were unknown. Lee's object
10 April 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LOUTH ELECTION' (THIS DAY).

LOUTH ELECTION' (THIS DAY).

Duxdalk, One km—The nomination took place ! this day in the Courthouse. Major M'Clintock was prop by Colonel For| tescue, and seconded by Mr. William Ruxton. j Mr. Tristram Kennedy was proposed by Mr. Vere Foster, J.P., and seconded by Mr. Finley Chester. Lieut.-Colonel Foster w
10 April 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MISSIONARY STUDENTSHIPS.

MISSIONARY STUDENTSHIPS.

The following statement, respecting the object and need of the foundation of missionary studentships in freland has ' beet; lately circulated by the committee of the j auxiliary of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel:— ' ' The pressing need of large supply of men for t
10 April 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
r jMIE HOTEL CF BUNDOKAN TO BE LET. In consequence of the death of the late H. Hamilton, Esq., the

r jMIE HOTEL CF BUNDOKAN TO BE LET. In consequence of the death of the late H. Hamilton, Esq., the

magnificent premises known as The Terrace Hotel" will Let by tho year, from the Ist May next, cither Furnished or Unfurnished. contains five receptionrooms, a large coffeeroom, thirty-four bedrooms, three waterelosets, two kitchens, servants' apartments, pantries, larders, and d
10 April 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
JURIES (IRELAND) BILL.

JURIES (IRELAND) BILL.

Bill inituled Act to Amend the Law relating to Juries in Criminal Cases in Ireland, and for other purposes. [Presenled the Marquis of Westmeath.] Whereas lecent instances of the failure justice in Ireland have occurred through the disagreement juries in cases where the evidence
8 April 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland