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The view i«kcn Ike early Christiana of the miraculous change of the elements implies that they considered the Eucharist as

The view i«kcn Ike early Christiana of the miraculous change of the elements implies that they considered the Eucharist as

kindred mystery with that of the Incarnation—as the wonderful Mans, in short, which Christ perpetually renews his incarnate presence upon earth, and continues to feed bis creatures with the same flesh by which redeemed them. * The Docctse. See page 17. I Doctrine of Peter.--Orig
28 September 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
I.KTTFM I. 1,1 \|Y CONSTITUENTS. 1",, r hnttle once begun, , (^u,„il, bleeding si,e non, • j liuueb o,t-i. won.”

I.KTTFM I. 1,1 \|Y CONSTITUENTS. 1",, r hnttle once begun, , (^u,„il, bleeding si,e non, • j liuueb o,t-i. won.”

Al»biy, Srpt. 11. j„ n U i lo«e<J —tbe ne, ohJ prorlamntioD -in. by courtesy n King's speecli, ,l .ii—legislaiinn. wholesale and detail, ' "'..'l for present - the subservient ml‘ "iuiHteri«l influenre hare hern sent home ' '"sounds of vain boasting—lreland has ■"' l ' mll subdu
28 September 1833 - Waterford Chronicle - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THU IRISH DtSTILLURY TRADE.

THU IRISH DtSTILLURY TRADE.

And upon this head, also, I claim some parliamentary merit. The frauds committed to an enormous extent in Scotland, by means, principally, of the ** malt drawback,” enabled the Scotch distillers to undersell the Irish manufacturers spirits in the Irish market Labour, and ail mat
28 September 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
'HOMASTOWN FAIR.

'HOMASTOWN FAIR.

On lest Thursday a fair was held in this town. Although the day was favourable the fair doll and badly attended by buyers. Stock of every description was in bad demand. Lambs from ISs to 23- according to quality. Light piga, about Heart., were in very good demand, bat at an extr
28 September 1833 - Waterford Mail - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EARL OF MUNSTER.

THE EARL OF MUNSTER.

is reported in what are called the fashionable circles, that the Earl of Monster not yet satisfied with what has been done for him by the government, and that having complained to an illustrious personage he has justly incurred displeasure, and is now digesting Iris ill humor at
27 September 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KING—THE PORTUGUESE WAR.

THE KING—THE PORTUGUESE WAR.

Me bear that our King anxious for some intervention in favor of the const ittitional cause, but that his wishes arc thwarted by two members of the cabinet, who alTcct to be liberals.— Sun. There was an election in the. Common Council yesterday, fora situation called inspector of
24 September 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CLONDALKIN NATIONAL FREE SCHOOL,

CLONDALKIN NATIONAL FREE SCHOOL,

Under the. Patronage of the Right Hon. the Baron Cloncurry. Managing Committee of this Institution, impressed A. with a deep sense of gratitude, return their best thanks the Rev, P. Dowling, O. S. A., for his eloquent and ful appeal on Sunday, May 26th, in the parish of ClondklU
23 September 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A CARD. •HE GOVERNESSES of the ST. MICHAEL ST. JOHN’S FEMALE ORPHAN SCHOOL leave mott respectfully to inform their Friends

A CARD. •HE GOVERNESSES of the ST. MICHAEL ST. JOHN’S FEMALE ORPHAN SCHOOL leave mott respectfully to inform their Friends

aud theHwb, that the BAZAAR for this interesting establishment be held, as usual, at Christmas. They give this early notice to preclude the interference of any similar effort in the cause of Charity, and to afford those ladies who so generously, and with so'much taste, supplied
23 September 1833 - Dublin Morning Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN: SAiURDAV, SEPTEMBER 28, 1833.

DUBLIN: SAiURDAV, SEPTEMBER 28, 1833.

DUBLIN: SAiURDAV, SEPTEMBER 1833. and must inevitably have been so protected an Parliament. So soon I made myself fully acquainted with these frauds, I joined others in bringing them before the British Parliament, It was in the session of 18;>2. We repeatedly urged the ministry t
28 September 1833 - Dublin Weekly Register - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INDIAN' RUBBER GALOCHES.

INDIAN' RUBBER GALOCHES.

L and SCOTT, I 43, CASTLE-STRKKT, J fYESPECTFDLLY announce the second fcrrival of SEVERAL THOUSAND PAIRS OF INDIAN RUBBER GALOOHES, both no/ir*and manwfadurtd, which are now ready for inspection. Their Warehouse is, usual, largely supplied with every Article in the Ladies’ and C
26 September 1833 - Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland