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6011111yacial. ITR ADE REPoRs. 1 MAroCnUSTza, TnnsnSD.-The failures that have taken place produce much gloom to-day. and at once check any business that was in progress. There is, however, no panic, but the prices of yarns and piece goods are weaker. e The failure of Messrs. Coga
13 April 1865 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CORK FLAX MILL.

THE CORK FLAX MILL.

There are so many peraone locally interested in the D progress of the flax mill, and so many'othera whom we 0 hope to interest, that we trust to be pardoned for once D again referring to the progrees of the building. The 0 shall of the mill is now completed, with the exception a
13 April 1865 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE TO LET.

HOUSE TO LET.

That house no. i, mill street, formerly occupied Mr. Dominick I)ai.\ Fixtures complete can had at valuation. Apply to ROBERT M BLAIN. 8;>1 Newrr, Ist April. GENERAL SERVANTS' REGISTRY OFFICE . MKS» FKCiAiN, 8, WILLIAM STREET, NEWBY. OFFICE HOURS FROM ELEVEN TO FIVE daily, Sunday
13 April 1865 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
(The Safest ftlarliels

(The Safest ftlarliels

ARMAGH. Ttem»av. —Fbix. to i .t to tons; middlreff-' S",:'at ■ s id p.r«t. ..ato.ljwWtoJ.M winic, > ()(l p* r ; '"I; 12a do.; do., tl.ivd, th. do- ’"“', r ''!'.|, V. f -,.l t'l 7d 1)1T do. Mftlton, l«t io p<r do. Straw. 1» ewt. Hn\, - .. , to ’is per maple. MP‘ do. IncKtns, j* '
13 April 1865 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
.M inspection solicited.

.M inspection solicited.

13 April 1865 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
FRANCE. Paris. Monday Evening. —The lobbies and corridors Corps were to-day crowded by Charch dignitaries and the fair sex, in

FRANCE. Paris. Monday Evening. —The lobbies and corridors Corps were to-day crowded by Charch dignitaries and the fair sex, in

anticipation of eloquence of sympathetic sort, Berryer’s presence in his seat being known. Thiers being likely tospeak, with sundry other attract ire contingencies. M. Vuitry opened the day’s proceedings an official reply the sweeping denunciations of Deputy Gueroolt. whose even
13 April 1865 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ARRIVAL OF THE BOBDSSIA.

ARRIVAL OF THE BOBDSSIA.

Sooth am mm, April 12.—The Hamburg and American Company’s steamship Borussia from New York, the Ist instant, passed the Needles p.m, to-day. New York, April (Noon). —General Grant telegraphed yesterday as follow* : Much hard fighting took place this morning. The enemy drove his
13 April 1865 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MIL COBDEN.

MIL COBDEN.

M. Droajn de Lhuyu, the French Minister for Foreign Affairs, has addressed a despatch to the French Ambassador in England, requesting him to express officially to the Ministers of Ihe Queen the mournful sympathy which the death of Mr. Cobden has excited in France. The Minister f
13 April 1865 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROCHDALE ELECTION.

ROCHDALE ELECTION.

The nomination took place to-day. Mr. W. B. Brett, Conservative, proposed G. S. Entwistle, Ksq., and seconded Jonathan Nield. Ksq. Mr. T. P. Potter, liberal, proposed by 11. Kcnsall, Esq., and seconded G. L. Asworth, Esq. The show of leanda was in favour Potter. A poll was for B
13 April 1865 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
gPE I N O

gPE I N O

gPE I N 81 FTON-BTK EET, Has the honor notify the arrival Ids French and English Purehoaes SILKS, MANTLES, MILLINERY, FANCY DRESSES. FLOWERS. FEATHERS. RIBBONS, GLOVES, With the above has the pleasure to submit ft large of Lyons Block Silks, under value. Also doses Genuine Turin
13 April 1865 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland