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THE COUNTY OF DOWN MAGISTRACY.

THE COUNTY OF DOWN MAGISTRACY.

THE COUNTY DOWN MAGISTRACY. At meeting of the justices of the peace usually attending the petty sessions at Rathfriland the following resolution was adopted:— *' 1 hat, having read in the public press the observations of Chief Justice Monahan on the case of the Queen E. O'llara a
8 April 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GAZETTE ANNOUNCEMENTS.

GAZETTE ANNOUNCEMENTS.

(''BOM TIIE LONDON GAZKTTS LAST NIOUT.) | Lord Chamrkrlain's Office, April 5. el . ot ' ce ' 8 hereby given that her Royal Highness the Princess Helena will, command of the Queen, hold a . ri4Wlu g Room at St. James's Palace, on behalf her Mar I on Tuesday, the May next, at two
8 April 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FAIRS FOR THE ENSUING WEEK.

FAIRS FOR THE ENSUING WEEK.

In places marked thus pig fair is held on the previous Jay. Monday, April 10—Ardee, Louth; Bagnalrtown, Carlo w ; Beaufort, Kerry Castlecauitield, Tyrone; Castlewellaii, Down Cree>lagh, Donegal; Coolgreney, Wexford; hnni&killen Town. Fermanagh; Killyleagb, Down ; Kilmallock, Lim
8 April 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Royal Marine Chaplaincies.—A writer in the April number of the United Service Magazine draws a very remarkable contrast between the

Royal Marine Chaplaincies.—A writer in the April number of the United Service Magazine draws a very remarkable contrast between the

effects clerical influence amongst the Royal Marines stationed at Clinton after its capture and those stationed in barracks at home. It is stated that the Royal Marines at Canton were exceedingly well conducted, and this good conduct is attributed to the religious influence and
14 April 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BUSHRANGING IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

BUSHRANGING IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

(FKOM THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, FEB. ]&) Another policeman has fallen a victim to duty. the 27th ultimo Hall's gang stuck up aboi: persons on the Goulbum road, taking from them various amounts, from half-a-crown to £11 12s. Twelve dravs were stopped. The robbers broke open case
14 April 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWS OF THIS DAY.

NEWS OF THIS DAY.

EVENING MAIL Okkick. M FRANCE AND MEXICO. Paris, April to-day's sitting of the Corps Legislatif, M. Corta continued his speech upon the Mexican question, lie demonstrated that the Mexican army, more than half composed of foreigners, was perfectly able to maintain the monarchy. M
12 April 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

[BY TELEGRAPH ] Evening Mail Offick, 2 p.m. TIIE INDIA, CHINA, AND AUSTRALIA MAILS. The advices by the Overland mail are to Calcutta, March 10; Shanghai, February 21; Hong-Kong, March 1; Melbourne, February 23 ; Sydney, February 21. l'he news has been generally anticipated. 'I h
12 April 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Dkath thk Archdeacon Exeter.—The late | Veil. John Moore Stevens, archdeacon of Exeter, whose | death is announced, was born

Dkath thk Archdeacon Exeter.—The late | Veil. John Moore Stevens, archdeacon of Exeter, whose | death is announced, was born

in 1734, and was the son Mr. Stevens, of Culver House, Devonshire, though his I family had been settled at Torrington more than years, lie was educated at Exeter College, Oxford (B.A. 1806, j M.A. 1809), and was fellow and tutor of his college. Subsequently he was private tutor
12 April 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A NIGHT IN BHOOTAN.

A NIGHT IN BHOOTAN.

The following interesting extract from the letter of an Artillery officer in Bhootan appears in the 'limes: " Koouierekottah, Feb. 7, 18(15. . never thought that 1 should have to write such a letter as this. have been most soundly thrashed by the lihooteahs, and, what is far wor
12 April 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ADMISSION TO THE STAFF COLLEGE.

ADMISSION TO THE STAFF COLLEGE.

Horse Guakds, Makcii 17, 18G5.—The following regulations regarding the examination of officers who inay be candidates for admission to the Staff College in February, are published for general information. There will vacancies for 15 officers, two of whom may belong to the Royal
11 April 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland