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all recollect what talk was made some time ago about the Chinese insurrection, and the new and extraordinary religious sentiments

all recollect what talk was made some time ago about the Chinese insurrection, and the new and extraordinary religious sentiments

that appeared with it. This event was hailed in England as the conversion of the Celestial Empire to Christianity, and was referred to nothing less than miraculous agency. Moreover, it was broadly averred that the Chinese Christians were genuine Protestants. Those neophytes had,
25 September 1854 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
The Attempt TO Murder Mr. Giffard.—On Saturday the Rev. Hugh Pollard Willoughbv, who fired a pistol at Mr. Hardinge Stanly

The Attempt TO Murder Mr. Giffard.—On Saturday the Rev. Hugh Pollard Willoughbv, who fired a pistol at Mr. Hardinge Stanly

Giffard in the Central Criminal Court, was examined before the magistrate of Thames-street Police Office, and committed for trial. There no doubt that the mind of the rer. gentleman is kffected.
25 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LATE ATTEMPT AT WHOLESALE MURDER.

LATE ATTEMPT AT WHOLESALE MURDER.

TO THE EARL OT ENNISKILLEN. My Loud—l quite agree with multitude of Protestestants in your neighbourhood that tho attempt to murder them latel; in the railway train was the act of a Ribbon lodge, the occasion seems now to warrant tho careful consideration both of Ribbonism and o
25 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HARVEST HOME AT BERT.

HARVEST HOME AT BERT.

On Thursday last, the Right Hon. Lord Downes entertained the tradesmen and labourers and their families in a most sumptuous manner. The spacious barn was elegantly decorated with evergreens and flowers, under the superintendence of his lordship's steward, Mr. Phipps. The dinner,
25 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Suicide.—At about half-past three o’clock on Friday evening the residents in the neighbourhood of the Mardyke were somewhat alarmed by

Suicide.—At about half-past three o’clock on Friday evening the residents in the neighbourhood of the Mardyke were somewhat alarmed by

the intelligence that a frightful suicide had been perpetrated the immediate vicinity. It appeared that an individual named Michael Keating, day watchman on the Mardyke Walk, in the employment of the corporation, had deliberately put end to his existence by cutting his throat wi
25 September 1854 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Clergy, and Magistrates—who, planning or carrying out, opposition to the spirit of the law and the lessons Christianity, that most

Clergy, and Magistrates—who, planning or carrying out, opposition to the spirit of the law and the lessons Christianity, that most

ill-advised, and, from the first, factious and and irritating performance, yet now that sober reflection returning, the public are also coming to the proper conclusion, that whilst we are to pray that punishment shall overtake the murderous criminals, arc also to hope, that ther
25 September 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BPO K E N

BPO K E N

The Abes, from Liverpool to Rio Grande, Jat. 13 N., long, W . August- The Farsee. from Calloa for Queenstown, in lat. N-, lon. W.,24th August. DEAL SHlPPlNG.— Satubdat. (bt magnetic tklkokapu.) Wind W.N.W. PASSED. The Amelia, from Ouehec; Duke of Wellington, from Columbo; Faith,
25 September 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WEEKLY RETURN OK RAILWAY TRAFFIC.

WEEKLY RETURN OK RAILWAY TRAFFIC.

WEEKLY RETURN RAILWAY TRAFFIC. Miles. Date. KAILWATS. Septia Belfast Ballymena £763 1 £792 14 3 7 Belfast and C. Down II 10 Aug 26 Cork and Bandon l»i I 2UI 14 4 Sept Dublin Drogheda 1,612 18 0 Dublin Kingstown 1.c67 4 6 —l7 Dublin A Belfast junc 7 7 1,33« 0 —l6 Dundalk Enniskln.
25 September 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS.

THE SECRET OF SUCCESS.

Know your business and attend to it, and thus make the Interest of Society to employ you. This real self-reliance. It confers true dignity well as pecuniary and personal independence on its possessor. AT HOME SIX HOURS DAILY, GENERAL MEDICAL PRACTICE; or, t/14 New System adapted
25 September 1854 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO PARTIES FUBXISHINO.

TO PARTIES FUBXISHINO.

PARTIES FUBXISHINO. CABINET and UPHOLSTERY WAREBOOMS, 34 DAME-STREET. R. D. CORI-NEB and CO. nEO to inform tb«r Coatoman and tba Poblle that lhay have Opened, in connexion with their Upholstering Bosioee*. Warerooms. with Superior CUaa of CABINET WORK, well worthy the attention o
25 September 1854 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland