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THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

TRE CATHOLIO 0ll ROM. -- - : . l On Sunday, the 12th instant, Mr. Alexander WMEiwalne camie before the alter of Ikcaheen cbpel openly renoun, ed the errors of Protestantism. and was received into the Ca- tholio church by the Rev. James M'Laughlin, CC., CIska h eo. diocese of Derr
20 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

The Roman Catholic population of this extensive mans- featuring and commercial town were highly delighted at the arrival, on Monday, March 6, of a deputation from the presen- tation nuns from Bagarlstown, viz.-Mrs. Corballis, sister to the eminent Queen's counsel and law adviser
15 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION—LETTER OF HIS GRACE THE ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN.

RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION—LETTER OF HIS GRACE THE ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN.

RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION-LETTER OF HIS lGRACE THE ARCLHBISHOP OF DUBLIN. We tranelate f om the Unirerstbe following letteraddressed, by his Grace the Most Rev. Dr. Cullen to the editor of that paper:- " Dublin, March 8th, 1854. "My DEAR SIP-I beg leave to transmit through your hands
18 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CORRUPTION COMMITTEE.

THE CORRUPTION COMMITTEE.

I 0F(ROM OUR OWN BEPORTER.) London, Thursday Night. The cotmmittee resumed its sittings to-day. All the mem- s bere were present. There was a crowded attendance of 7 strangers and members of the House of Commons. Mr. HENLEY in the chair. 3 Present-Lord Hotham, Messrs. Keogh, G.
18 March 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Poetry.

Poetry.

in0toT. L OVELY MAARY DONNELLY. OIL ta lolt Mary Donnelly its you I love the best! if ft;' Aril were tound Von I, ?? see the rest. Be wvhat it may the tirne of C' the itlace be where it Wvill Swreet Iooles of Marv Donnlly, tlhey bloom before me still. H,-r eves like moutain wvate
20 March 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE ANACREONTIC SOCIETY'S CONCERT.

THE ANACREONTIC SOCIETY'S CONCERT.

THIE ANACREONTIC SOCIETYV3 CONCERT. TnE first grand dress concert of this distinguished society, for the present season, came off in the Music Iall, on Monday evening. So powerful were the at- tractions promised, that long before the hour an- nounced for the eornmencement of the
15 March 1854 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
•• ielemetiwi iWnia imhtati imll* twnilia to ihfM aMtaapUto It Matolto fmtMy iafaraatioa lao aftaa ala* dtoatly ktft ftaai Iha

•• ielemetiwi iWnia imhtati imll* twnilia to ihfM aMtaapUto It Matolto fmtMy iafaraatioa lao aftaa ala* dtoatly ktft ftaai Iha

yaaaf aa4 tUa|ht<fn Uoaaaar Ifct ant aaaia tiaa, ia^tba laac,piaatkarabanaatiaa al tW traat■Mat paiaard ia tha faal celebrated iauilaiieaa Ibia aaaairj and tba -coatiießi, baa had perbape aaaaaal appawaaitlea al wilaaMiai tba aariaaa alagea ol IhiMdiaadfal eataplaiala treated up
17 March 1854 - Sligo Journal - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE GLASNEVIN AGRICULTURAL INSTITUTION.

THE GLASNEVIN AGRICULTURAL INSTITUTION.

Mr. W. K. Sullivan, Chemist to the Museum of Irish Industry, and Dr. Hodges, of Brl'att, have been appoimed Professors of Agricultural Chemislry to lhi« establishment.
17 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TtPPERARY FREE PRESS. Lismore, 10th March, 1854. Sir—l have discovered forgery,

CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TtPPERARY FREE PRESS. Lismore, 10th March, 1854. Sir—l have discovered forgery,

which would be of very great importance to the public to made acquainted with. A man calling himself Edmund Walsh, cattle jobber, came into my shop this morning, and called for one pound of tea, and one stone sugar, and desired Mrs. Morrissey, while the assistant would be weighi
17 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SPRING AND SUMMER FASHIONS FOR 1854. AM/"® W '® that onr EXTENSIVE WAKEROOMS are now filled with READY-MADE CLOTHING ¥▼

SPRING AND SUMMER FASHIONS FOR 1854. AM/"® W '® that onr EXTENSIVE WAKEROOMS are now filled with READY-MADE CLOTHING ¥▼

every deKription, confuting of— COATS, TROUSERS, AND VESTS, Baited for the present aod approaching Seasoa, made from We»t of England, Scotch, and the best YORKSHIRE FARRICS, Gotap in a Superior Manner, both aa to Style and Workmanship, and reipect eqnal to Ordered Garmenta. INDI
17 March 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland