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THE IRISH CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY.

THE IRISH CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY.

A meeting the Catholic inhabitants of SS. Michael and John, Dunlin, wa.i held io the Presbytery the Church, Lower Exchange s ret, Sunday, at one o'clock, clergy, and nearly ull parishioners, were present. The Rev. Nicholas R-che, P.P., was m tue chair, and li. J. Batiereby, E-q.
30 September 1854 - Weekly Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO NERVOUS SUFFERERS.

TO NERVOUS SUFFERERS.

A RETIRED CLERGYMAN, having been restored health few day?, after many years of great jjer»oo» saflViinp, is anxious to make known to others the means cure; wiii therefore send (free), receiving stamped envelope, properly addressed, copy of the prescription used. Direct, the Rev.
30 September 1854 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
I. A. H. * 0 BE SOLD, the above splendid Farm, containing X Acres, situate within 2 miles of the

I. A. H. * 0 BE SOLD, the above splendid Farm, containing X Acres, situate within 2 miles of the

Town of Baodon, held under his Groce the Duke of Devonshire, and upon which over £B,OOO has been expended, has modern Thrashing Machine driven water-wheel equal to 8 or 10 horse-power, and altogether combining tbo greatest amount of comfort and convenience of any farm of a like
30 September 1854 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
GREAT AUCTION OF OATS AND POTATOES, AT BALLYLEGAN near WATERGRASS HILL. TO be Sold Unreserved AUCTION, on the Lands of

GREAT AUCTION OF OATS AND POTATOES, AT BALLYLEGAN near WATERGRASS HILL. TO be Sold Unreserved AUCTION, on the Lands of

BALLYLEGAN, situate within Two Miles of Watorgrass Hill, Five of Kathcormack, and Ten Miles of Cork, on TUESDAY next, 3rd October, at the boar of Twelve o’clock, THIRTY-FIVE Acres of Prime Black OATS m Stack, lots to suit Pnrcbasera ; also Five Acres of POTATOES in Ground, all o
30 September 1854 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
FOR FEVRR

FOR FEVRR

THE COMMITTEE will receive proposals for Ote i«p-ply of the following articles for One Year;— Beat Household Bread, price par lb., 41b. Sweet and Sour Milk, per gallon. Beef with and withont bone, at per lb. Porter and Ale, at per dozen. Tea and Sugar, per lb. Port and Cape Wine
30 September 1854 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ESTABLISHED 1806.

ESTABLISHED 1806.

COUNTY FIRE AMD LIFE OFFICES, 50. REGENT STREET, LONDON. LOWEST PREMIUMS consistent With Seonrity the Insured. English and Irish business not classed differently for Bonus, TABLE, snowtso THE AMOUNT OP BONUSES ADDED TO POLICIES EXISTING AT THE PRESENT TIME. Policy Date of No. Po
30 September 1854 - Cork Constitution - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
WEST OF ENGLAND life and fire insurance company. ESTABLISHED AT EXETER, 1807. Office /or tht Uetnpdu, 20, Bridoe Stbeet, Blaekfrun.

WEST OF ENGLAND life and fire insurance company. ESTABLISHED AT EXETER, 1807. Office /or tht Uetnpdu, 20, Bridoe Stbeet, Blaekfrun.

EMPOWERED ACT PARLIAMENT. 4'APITAL—£6OO,OOO. TBUSTEGS: Right Hon. Earl Fottwcue. 1 Sir T. D. Acland, Bart, M.P. Right Hon. Earl Morlejr. Right Hon. Lord Clifford. 1 Edvard Dirett, Esq., M.P. Sannul T. Kekewich, Esq. LIFE INSURANCES THIS Company offers to the Public, besides tbe
30 September 1854 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
KEN HARE UNION.

KEN HARE UNION.

The lawttni Board was hdd Friday, the «nd Inri Tbediair wae filled by BfCBAMB Tmkoomb Own, _ mmt-rnada C. nm. JJ. M«vj Oqfflgy. IF.. Francis H. Downte*, Dr. J.P, Then ““J Mcliodf, M».m Orpen, D.VC. W.t. g. Itark»7. N- Irrmc. J. VCluc, T. Hair, »<*• Haalr, PXJ, svavb van noesn. I
30 September 1854 - Kerry Evening Post. - Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 
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30 September 1854 - Longford Journal - Longford, Longford, Republic of Ireland
 
ORANGE RIOTING IN ANIERICA

ORANGE RIOTING IN ANIERICA

Dr. Lewis. an Episcopalian clergyman, in a tract pti1,1i,1, 6 1 by him says :—'• Irish Protestant brethren present tho strangest appearance of all. They are strongly attached to the Protestant faith ; very particular in having their children baptized and confirmed ; eager for th
30 September 1854 - Wexford People - Wexford, Wexford, Republic of Ireland