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THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

'THE, CATHOLIC CHURCH. I THE JUBILEE. MiEThOPOI1TANIt CH1U51O, rARLB0R0UGH.STREET. The Jabilee recently conceded to the entire Christian world ?? Holy Father the Pope will be opened for the archdiocese of Dablin on to-morrow in the Metropolitan Church, Marlborough-street, by his
23 September 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
[ill] [ill] OF GOD AND OF THE [ill] [ill] RCHIBSHOP, &c., PRIMATE [ill] [ill] THE CLERGY AND LAITY OF THE [ill] OF DUBLIN.

[ill] [ill] OF GOD AND OF THE [ill] [ill] RCHIBSHOP, &c., PRIMATE [ill] [ill] THE CLERGY AND LAITY OF THE [ill] OF DUBLIN.

?? affords nx ?? to announce to. YOU that. our, ?? Pope Pius , .ever .s2Z0a 3 for, the we fareof the faithful, hae granted ?? to the Chs Lt0 world. . 'Affiqtted by the sight oJ the ovils which press on tho nations of Christendom, Ibe prevalence of pestilental disease, tho awful s
25 September 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HIBERNIAN BANK.

HIBERNIAN BANK.

HIBRIMUN BANK . - - l Thdedjourned special meeting of the sihreholders of the Hibernian Bank was held yesterday In the iboard-room of the bank, CAstle-street, for the pprpose of deciding upon the proposed elterattonis in the deeo f settlemtent, or changing the number of directors
22 September 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INVESTIGATION IN THE TUAM WORKHOUSE— THE PROTESTANT CHAPLAIN.

INVESTIGATION IN THE TUAM WORKHOUSE— THE PROTESTANT CHAPLAIN.

INVESTIGATION - IN-HE TUAM WORKI[OUSgH .i, 'I 1PROTTAT.$TPLAINAi , - e B1wotw-idepositionn as;~ y:At. ?? 'seforenco ?? the, romplaint of the' Protestant chaiplain1 as als t ltoe eellat efabo'vidence Aatha shape ?? i~letterillurnished. byj B 'th Johairman of, our board~36gogther t
27 September 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FAIRS.

FAIRS.

FAIRS Baky.-This fair, which took place on Wednesday, Wsu but poorly supplied with a class of very inferior animals, principally store cattle and " mountainy" sheep and lambs, in very bad condition; the prices at which those'sold were ao fluctuating that it would be almost imposs
22 September 1854 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LIVERPOOL CORN MARKET--Tuesday. September 26. With the exception of Egyptian wheat and beans, we have extremely arrivals, whether foreign, coastwise,

LIVERPOOL CORN MARKET--Tuesday. September 26. With the exception of Egyptian wheat and beans, we have extremely arrivals, whether foreign, coastwise,

or Irish, to notice since this day week. Our import list, therefore, presents a very bare appearance, while the exports are considerable ; besides which, much of what usually goes coastwise by sea is now sent overland. The market to-day was very well attended, and there was good
27 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PUBLIC HEALTH.

THE PUBLIC HEALTH.

One or two circumstances pregnant with valuable instruction a 9 to the conditions of tbe public health, bare fallen under our notice during the last few days. It shall not be our fault if they do not beneficially attract the public attention. Tho cholera has nearly disappeared f
27 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mathew Paxton.—Edited by the Author of “John Drayton." 3 vols. This work exciting considerable interest. 44 Mathew Paxton (sajs the

Mathew Paxton.—Edited by the Author of “John Drayton." 3 vols. This work exciting considerable interest. 44 Mathew Paxton (sajs the

Examiner) tolls of his boyhood among the Cheviot hills, of his first experience of great town when he went a bursar to the University of Glasgow, of his college days, his receiving the gown as M.A., his attendance a theological academy in London, of his first and last love, his
27 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ARMY.

THE ARMY.

Agreeably a route received from the Quartermaster-General's Office, Dublin Castle, the 54th depot left this garrison in the following order, viz.:—First division, under the command of Captain Wood and Ensign Wbyte, with four serjeanta and seventy rank and file, marched from tho
27 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ERNE ESTATES.

THE ERNE ESTATES.

Friday the annual exhibition of stock and green crops took place in a commodious field at the end of the thriving town of Lisnaskea, immediately adjoining the new and beautiful church which has been lately erected there. The stock of all kind* brought for exhibition was excellen
27 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland