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[THOM THE DAILY HKW« CITY ARTICLE.)

[THOM THE DAILY HKW« CITY ARTICLE.)

Tl» outßoiop •teanur with the Bombay mail will not tak« a r. markal>!o circumstance. * not onlikily. however, that the demand for silver for that quarter may experience moderate revival consequence the inijortant advance here in the value cotton. (PROM THE HERALD.) Tlie rice* fo
27 June 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TIIK MONKY MAHKKT,

TIIK MONKY MAHKKT,

MAHKKT, mi>«* KiaM « ■os lrcr» WM.. tuts. r%tD. •at. ■OTSHSMIS-rCSO* I per <-». Coo«oli *s| \H>. t. «U» April ... ••••• K«* -Vc i ' pr«>nt. Sew 'ni W| •il IxoAcct. New At. thJaly -»». OSSSSTI ■»'- fel.Off De'>».4peri « City I'b*. * ijiodatd.4 porCt... ...••• < par Cent (■•(•a oar
27 June 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ELECTION RIOT.

ELECTION RIOT.

There was an election riot at Nottingham last evening, and twenty rioters were uk.n into custody. ROYAL WESTERN YACHT CLUB REGATTA QfrCKRfITOWK, TCBBDAT, First Race for 100 sov*. The vnchts pnjw'«l the lighthoo-e v follow*— Mowjuito ... ... IJO p-». Kilmamy ... ... U* n Eiteid .
27 June 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN EVENING POST, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1865.

THE DUBLIN EVENING POST, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1865.

! the defendant did mnliciowdy publish the follow* ing wonts with reference the extraordinary ) trial which took place in the Common Plea.*: “The issue was did Lady Wilde utter libel, and could she justify it; the issue was not. did ?*ir Wm. Wilde liirt with and then ravish Miss
27 June 1865 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr. Law. Q C., on behalf of Iho Carrickfctgai Cora.

Mr. Law. Q C., on behalf of Iho Carrickfctgai Cora.

mUsiotiwrr, o»'j«cUrii. The cj»e had elw* ovti for fo'ir Jive <ia>« Lis cl>eots »u oppoituuily lo nuke an i» answer made by the apphcanl, aud they bad d fco; but since lie had come lul» court thin tuuiu<ii£ ail affidavit made on licbalf of the had been Lauded to him. That affida
27 June 1865 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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27 June 1865 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
M. St. Marc-Girardin narrowly escaped the bandit Gardnllo the other day. Being at Naples he asked the authorities whether the

M. St. Marc-Girardin narrowly escaped the bandit Gardnllo the other day. Being at Naples he asked the authorities whether the

road to Pactum was safe. "Of course it is," was the reply. " There are no brigands now except in the reactionary journals." M. Girardin proceeded his way, but was stopped by patrol who induced him to go back to Naples. He had reason to congratulate himself on having done so, as
27 June 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CONSPIRACY TRIALS.

THE CONSPIRACY TRIALS.

The conspiracy trials have not yet reached a termination. The Hon. Reverdy Johnson's argument for the defence is mainly devoted to the question of jurisdiction of a military commission to try the case. Mr. Johnson makes the further objection that certain of the members the commi
27 June 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHS. Crowe—June J», at Ennis, the wife of Captain Thomas Carlisle Crowe, Boyal Artillery, of a son. Moore—Jone It, at

BIRTHS. Crowe—June J», at Ennis, the wife of Captain Thomas Carlisle Crowe, Boyal Artillery, of a son. Moore—Jone It, at

11, Clanbrassil-terrace, the wife 'William Henry Moore, Esq., of a son. Newton—June at Trotton, Sussex, the wife of Lieutenant- Colonel Horace Newton. Royal Artillery, of daughter. White—June 26, at Cheltenham-place, Rathmineß, the wife of S. A. White, Esq, of a daughter. MARRIA
27 June 1865 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REMOVAL, FOE SHORT TIME ONLY, ALTERATIONS, IMPROVEMENTS, AND WIDENING OF BRIDGE STREET. I HAVE NOW REMOVED, FOR A SHORT time,

REMOVAL, FOE SHORT TIME ONLY, ALTERATIONS, IMPROVEMENTS, AND WIDENING OF BRIDGE STREET. I HAVE NOW REMOVED, FOR A SHORT time,

to that SHOP, No. 100, HIGH STREET (opposite St. George’s Church). J. MACFARLANE, Tobacconist, li, Bridge Street. Belfast, 20th Jan. 1865. In Bvo 758 pp, price 18s cloth, or 20s with gilt edges, rjAHE LINEN TRADE, ANCIENT AND _L MODERN, By Alex. J. Warden, Merchant, Dundee. Copi
27 June 1865 - Belfast Mercantile Register and Weekly Advertiser - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland