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BPACICIAN'EI WINTER OVERCOATS Are universally acknowledged to be the Best in Style, Material, Finish, and value in Belfast. CORNER Or

BPACICIAN'EI WINTER OVERCOATS Are universally acknowledged to be the Best in Style, Material, Finish, and value in Belfast. CORNER Or

HIGH STREET & VICTORIA STREET, BELFAST.
March 18, 1865 - Larne Reporter and Northern Counties Advertiser - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BEASOI 1865. ‘4 TOWER' . will Stand at LILLIPUT, YORK-ROAD, BELFAST, for the Season. Thorough-bred Mares,— £4 0 0 Half-bred,

BEASOI 1865. ‘4 TOWER' . will Stand at LILLIPUT, YORK-ROAD, BELFAST, for the Season. Thorough-bred Mares,— £4 0 0 Half-bred,

„ 2 0 0 Groom's Fee, 2s 6d. N. B.—The Proprietor will not be accountable for accidents to Mures or Foals. Money to be paid at first Service. For further particulars apply to EDWARD BELL, on the Premises.
March 18, 1865 - Larne Reporter and Northern Counties Advertiser - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
tjt Varat 3Ailtritg tpritttr, ITN

tjt Varat 3Ailtritg tpritttr, ITN

Varat 3Ailtritg TIES ADVERTISER.
March 18, 1865 - Larne Reporter and Northern Counties Advertiser - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

MAITT-LLII; up es seed Se et wbeie a tale deem* se eke Gamilifir" Os affiesdeli_ pireeng•l la Mk The Of Oa pears left ws Wry omelet ewe SWeser NIS Al like pier et ii ree goelleee Med WV .'S. e sloe el Ilte bed el al the owe el Itedersh su et esbaykyoy. I ad____. lee lereees ..d
March 18, 1865 - Larne Reporter and Northern Counties Advertiser - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DOUBLE EXECUTION AT WARSAW.

DOUBLE EXECUTION AT WARSAW.

Oen Wr-sso. has the foliowleg asses* el swath mike W recently place thenet' (bathe b alt., the scaffold wee again mu , Preis on the Alexander citadel, let mu hiphe the la any case, the execution of the We eakeirib who suffered death on that d ay the he delesemb the government of
March 18, 1865 - Larne Reporter and Northern Counties Advertiser - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SEED BEANS. THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREpared to supply intending Sowers with SEED BEANS of the best quality, raiaed on

SEED BEANS. THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREpared to supply intending Sowers with SEED BEANS of the best quality, raiaed on

different soils, for Cash. JOHN SMILEY & SON. Larne, 17th Feb., 1865.
March 18, 1865 - Larne Reporter and Northern Counties Advertiser - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SATURDAY SIALCII IR, 1865.

SATURDAY SIALCII IR, 1865.

SATURDAY IR, 1865. • ilnif irbota'ks alma a bubble republic. that I hare a OM • an bubbler before BRITANNIA" NHOULD NOT DE ARROGANT. oy should we fear • great n on the American tot- Uinta / Some people to., a great melon will he arrogant and agaressive. It does not follow it en h
March 18, 1865 - Larne Reporter and Northern Counties Advertiser - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
EPITOME OF NEWS. BRITISH AND 7CIEI6N.

EPITOME OF NEWS. BRITISH AND 7CIEI6N.

The Rey. John DAvis, the highly•runected Ordinary of London, died suddenly on Tuesday It appears that the rev, gentleman eels xi with Elm en in an omnibus while on his way to the prime In the of daily dative, and no the vehicle reaching 1 10 deetinstlon Mr. Davie was found to be
March 18, 1865 - Larne Reporter and Northern Counties Advertiser - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MR. NEWDEGATE AND DR. lILLATHORNE.

MR. NEWDEGATE AND DR. lILLATHORNE.

NEWDEGATE AND DR. lILLATHORNE. writes to tbo London Timm :—Sir —I shall ged obliged if you will do me the tamer of imating the inclosed correspondence in your camas an as you The contents of inclooed will explain my lIIMSOIII for making this requeet.—l have the honour to remain,
March 18, 1865 - Larne Reporter and Northern Counties Advertiser - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
_As AN INDIAN LOVE STORY.

_As AN INDIAN LOVE STORY.

One of the mute wives of the kine, had been betrothed to a fellow•viUager, a playmate of bees, '1 Infancy, escaped once in disguise from I "Elbe Jan's Story.") D.reful was the ooneequecce. Guards and attendants shrieks resounded through the conidess. Malingers were damaMbed wise
March 18, 1865 - Larne Reporter and Northern Counties Advertiser - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland