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29 April 1865 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.—Last Night.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—Last Night.

HOUSE COMMONS.— Last Night. Mr. asked Mr. Dillwyn if proposed to proceed with the adjourned debate the Church Establishment (Ireland) Bill, which now stood as an order of the day for Tuesday next. Mr. said saw no chance of bringing the debate that day, and h« should postpone unti
29 April 1865 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
CORK, BLACKROCK & PASSAGE RAILWAY, AND RAILWAY STEAMERS. OPENING OF THE SUMMER TRAFFIC, CURSIONS, CHANGE OF HOURS, &c. ON and

CORK, BLACKROCK & PASSAGE RAILWAY, AND RAILWAY STEAMERS. OPENING OF THE SUMMER TRAFFIC, CURSIONS, CHANGE OF HOURS, &c. ON and

after SUNDAY, the 30th APRIL, Railway Steamers will commence Running Daily between Rallincurra, East Ferry, Aghada, Crosshaven and Queenstown. For further particulars, Fares, Change of Hours, &c., see Bills, to be had at No. I Cook-street, Cork, and at the Station& By Order, H.
29 April 1865 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MATRIMONY.

MATRIMONY.

TRUE CARTE DE VISITE. - -guvilit - th — e celebrated and original French Astrologer, will send the true Carta de Visite of your Intended, with Name, Age, and date of Marriage. for 18 stamps. Three questions answered for 2s. 6d. State age and sex. Send stamped directed envelops.
29 April 1865 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
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29 April 1865 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 

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ENGLISH FUNDS.

ENGLISH FUNDS.

LONDON, FRIDAY. —After official hours, Consols 901 to 91. ?darketa firm all round. Metropolitan ahade easier, 1971 to 1381. CROYDON RACES -Yummy. Selling Handicap—ldist, let ; Beteey Baker, 2nd; Irish Lam, 3rd. Six ran. Hatch—Portland beat Yellow Girl. Open Steeple—Marble Hill,
29 April 1865 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
(FROM THE TIMES.)

(FROM THE TIMES.)

The American news which we publish this morning will be received throughout Europe with sorrow as sincere and profound as it awoke even in the United States themselves. Mr. Lincoln has fallen at the hands of an assassin, and Mr. Seward has too probably shared his fate. While the
29 April 1865 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CHEAP SALE I WEST OF ENGLAND CLOTH W•REHOUIig, 41 MELT GEORGESSTREET. WHIM 10 0111)00/1100 that oo THIS DAY (Friday), mad

CHEAP SALE I WEST OF ENGLAND CLOTH W•REHOUIig, 41 MELT GEORGESSTREET. WHIM 10 0111)00/1100 that oo THIS DAY (Friday), mad

FoEeerhos tlm coothote tar at the ENORMOUS SACRIFICE of 80 Cent. COOT of their Winter Stock of WOOLLEN 000D8, Op SUPERFINE BLACK AND BLUE CLOTHE, WATERPROOF PILOTS and DEVONS, I IRISH FRIEZES end TIMM WITNEYS, BEAVERS, sod MELTONS, I CORDS sod MOLKSKINS, FANCY COATINGS, I FANCY
29 April 1865 - Cork Daily Herald - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WASHINGTON ASSASSINATIONS.

THE WASHINGTON ASSASSINATIONS.

WASHINGTON ASSASSINATIONS. A car-or victory and a fearful disaster —grief and mourning in the midst of triumphal illuminations —the State thrust into sackcloth while the boom of artillery proclaims national rejoicings- such ere the astounding items of intelligence contained in th
29 April 1865 - Sligo Chronicle - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
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I The price of butchers' meat in London has • eery high rate. On 21.inday if sheep trtched Pd per lb. 'II but • farthing. Lg. of mutton have been at Went end at nearly Is per lb., and lamb trum 1. 2d per lb. to nearly Is 6d. AT Donnoat.. -On the night of the 13th inst. some evil
29 April 1865 - Sligo Chronicle - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland