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THE DROGHEDA AR G s.■—S AIU R A . APRIL 29, 5.

THE DROGHEDA AR G s.■—S AIU R A . APRIL 29, 5.

29 April 1865 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATH OP HIS SON.

DEATH OP HIS SON.

DEATH HIS SON. N»w York, Amu, 15, Ten o’Clock m. At 1.30 this (corning Mr. Stanton reported as follows : Ipiis eveniog, at 9.30, President Lincoln, while sitting in. a private box at Ford’s Theatre, with Mrs. Lincoln, Mrs. Harris, and Major Kathbyrn, was shot by an assassin, who
29 April 1865 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT

IMPORTANT

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29 April 1865 - The Irishman - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATION. JHE EX-LADY MAYORESS’S STATE CHARIOT, HORSES, AND HARNESS, A BAZAAR, FANCY FAIR, asd GRAND DRAWING of FRIZES, aid

THE NATION. JHE EX-LADY MAYORESS’S STATE CHARIOT, HORSES, AND HARNESS, A BAZAAR, FANCY FAIR, asd GRAND DRAWING of FRIZES, aid

the Fund for the ERECTION OF A NEW ASYLUM, to accommodate Three Hundred Poer Blind Girls, will fake place in the ROUND ROOM, ROTUNDO, DUBLIN, * On MONDAY and TUESDAY', 29th and 30th MAY NEXT. The Fx-Lady Mavore»s, Mr. Peter Paul M'Swiney, has presented, for the First Prize, her
29 April 1865 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SURRENDER OF GENERAL LEE.

THE SURRENDER OF GENERAL LEE.

THE SURRENDER GENERAL LEE. Tho following correspondence took place between Generals Grant and Lee previous to tho surrender of the latter;— General R. E. Lee, Commander C. S. A General— The result of last week must convince you of the hopelessness of further resistance on the par
29 April 1865 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SURRENDER OF LEE.

SURRENDER OF LEE.

It was annouucetl in our last week’s issue that the surrender of Lee’s army was confidently expected by Sheridan and Grant. Their expectations were Boon realised. The Confederate army, alter their retreat from Petersburg, turned twice to give battle to their pursuers, and, on ea
29 April 1865 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATION

THE NATION

prophets and men of letters, drive statesmen into obscurity, and drag down ail high callings to their own base level, theio to be let out on contract to the highest bidder.” How far we are improved since the time the above was written may ju iged by the following extract from on
29 April 1865 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS AMONGST THE IRISH ABROAD.

DEATHS AMONGST THE IRISH ABROAD.

O’Donnell —At his residence, 98 South-street, Boston, Massachusetts, April 8, 1865, Edward O’Donnell, aced 69 years, native of the parish of Clonme', co. Tipperary, Ireland. Hynes—ln Springfield, Massachusetts, Marclx 28, at the residence her son William, Mrs Jane Hynes, alias J
29 April 1865 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

Ilaulon—April 18th, at Lettermacaward, county Donegal, after a long and painful illne-s, Hose, the beloved wife of Mr. Patrick Hanlon.—R.l.P. Hanlon—April 21st, at Glenpes, county Donegal, Patrick Philip, infant sou of Mr Patrick Hanlon. Lynch—April 23d, at his residence, Avonda
29 April 1865 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland