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VERY REV. FATHER MATHEW.

VERY REV. FATHER MATHEW.

Vi. RW.A PATHERMATHEW. , M'Mr. Jaines Burlki, Se' ratary'of .te hae , the lhonoui'to announce that Lord Talbot 'de Mialahide'!Iias s.ubscribed flve o'urds .to the' Matew' aund'; ?? us| a Dnennehy,,Bsq, .T C, has subscribed two, pounds; cad' thit' di Patrick :tllEq T O of'.CIalian
18 July 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LATER FROM AMERICA.

LATER FROM AMERICA.

it ; 'R r-iT 't . r (PRaoBeocaOUR, OwDAERMOV ENT.) : Livekpodl,,i`ddnesd'ay igh'.: OLliON AND Loss or 23 LrIe-AwUrLr RAILWAY ACOIDENT-30 KILLED AND 60 WOUND~iD.-By the ar- t rlva Cf., otilselamoi'Ailiantfic, West, commander, which entered the Mereey aboat five o'clock this evenin
21 July 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

FASHIONABLE INTELLIGENCE.

PASHIO ABLE zVmsELT,7CB. The Queen payl ThLE COUinT statiue at eldx a court ond Mondny at lluckluglrrn alace, Count Besrtorif had his first audience of her Majesty, and pre- seated his credentials as Envoy EXtraordOnsry and Minister IPlenIpotentiary, from the King of Prussia. His
19 July 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
KINGSTOWN HARBOUR—ROYAL IRISH YACHT CLUB REGATTA OF 1854.

KINGSTOWN HARBOUR—ROYAL IRISH YACHT CLUB REGATTA OF 1854.

IKNGSTOWN BAR5-RoUjQoYAL IRISH YACHT CLUB REGATTA OF 1854. L IIes spirited and influential club of yacht owners and patrons of aquatia sports have taken the initiative this year r in organiaing and promoting the first regatta of the seeasou in the bay and barbour of Dublin. The y
19 July 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MEETING AT DOWNING-STREET.

THE MEETING AT DOWNING-STREET.

I. ?? TaE MEETING AT DOW.NING-sTRJET. * 7: {onm th !),h -Vo Yesterday afternoon witnesst5d ia groat gatheridg in DWiL- ek ing-street. Lord John Russell bad SOrnimo`ed : i friandi and the general supporters of thei government to meet him 25 in the official atmosphere of Whisehall
19 July 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RAILWAYS TO SLIGO

RAILWAYS TO SLIGO

It is nstnrsl for the inhabitants of any town to desire that it should flourish and prosper. Owing to this feeling we have always been deeply anziobs for the introduction of railways to Sligo. More than one line has been proposed, but, up to the present, we are without any line,
15 July 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
SAibiaoa,

SAibiaoa,

■July 7th Bose, (a)Btewart, Liverpool,general cargo. —Olb Dolphin, (a) Gillin, Ballioa, do.— 10th Londondervy, (a) M’Loughlin, Glasgow, do.—l3lb Vesper. Olaaaon, London, oats—Mary Kerr, Kerr, Glasgow, Pheasant, Thaama, Liverpool, oatmeal.— Bose (a) Stewart, do., general cargo. —
15 July 1854 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
the Panama route. 10 THE EDITOR THE CORK EXAMINER. Southampton, July 17ih, 1854. Mr Dear Sir—Just arrived here the West

the Panama route. 10 THE EDITOR THE CORK EXAMINER. Southampton, July 17ih, 1854. Mr Dear Sir—Just arrived here the West

India mail steamer Magdalena, 1 hasten post you with this the Melbourne Herald of May sih, and Sydney paper of 11th, same month, which you will not consider the less interesting that, with myself, they are a first arrival from Australia by the lonir-talked of Panama route. The a
21 July 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
POLICE OFFICE—Yesterday.

POLICE OFFICE—Yesterday.

(Before the Mayor, and B. Gibbings, Esq.) SELLING DISEASED MEAT. man named John Short, was charged with exposing for sale in St. Peter's market diseased meat. Mr. Laurcnce Lynch, one of the market jurors, was sworn and stated that on entering the market his attention was drawn t
21 July 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
APPREHENSION OF AN OUTBREAK AT ST PETERSBURG.

APPREHENSION OF AN OUTBREAK AT ST PETERSBURG.

The Vienna Presse slates, on the authority of travellers arrived from St. Petersburg, that more than three hundred young meu, nobles, students, and merchants, have been arrested. They have been told that there is no against them, but that their opinions were known, and tbat the
21 July 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland