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AUSTRIA.

AUSTRIA.

Yiexna, Jan. 15. —The articles on the concordat and against the Italian bishops are already so numerous that only the more remarkable passages which they contain can communicated. In an article contained in the official Milan Gazette we read:—“ In the concordat it was said that
26 January 1856 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GENTLEMEN’S

GENTLEMEN’S

jg venino dress. We beg respectfully to call the attention of Noblemen and Gentlemen about order Evening Dresa to our establishment, where they will find large variety of the bent WEST of ENGLAND CLOTHS, BLACK ELASTIC DOESKINS, and a magnificent assortment of FULL DRESS VESTINGS
26 January 1856 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BARON SEEBACH AND THE CZAR.

BARON SEEBACH AND THE CZAR.

A Paris letter in the Independance Belye contains the following:— Although the result M. Seebach had in view in his visit to St. Petersburg!! is now in a good way of being realised, some details respecting this diplomatist’s interview with the Emperor Alexander will not perhaps
26 January 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATION.

THE NATION.

cessant struggle for the free exercise of religion in the midst of the persecution by which is assailed. The story incessant evictions, the inhumanity of some which d ties description, has b. j « come so familiar con inual ;elling, - lias been blunted therepe nion, and cruelty,
26 January 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TEE NATION.

TEE NATION.

Gweedore— to do these, or any of these, would ba praiseworthy, and could be termed improvement. Hava these or any of these been done at Gweedore ? No; it was not his Lordship’s cue. His entire expenditure at Gweedore was dictated by the most calculating and closefisted policy, a
26 January 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE NATION

THE NATION

malady. At the opera she no shoner takes her seat a box than she I'alls to sleep, and thus remains until she is awakened, and it whilst in this position that she has gained the title of L i Belle Dormouse,” While she sleeps site is i enjoy dreams lovely and attractive that the a
26 January 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN GAZETTE.

THE DUBLIN GAZETTE.

Tuesday, January, 22. INSOLVENT DEBTORS. The following assignees have been appointed in the undermentioned cases:—ln the matter of John Moore Rooney, Upper Sackville street, DubUn, merchant taUor; James William Gregory, CoUege green, assignee. In the matter of James Byrne, Bridg
26 January 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
however, think that the panic ha* aufficieot *» the Ku*»ia haa • the war, r.er crons were baJ, and many

however, think that the panic ha* aufficieot *» the Ku*»ia haa • the war, r.er crons were baJ, and many

of her '®* autumn m.i»t have been neglected fimn the acarcity labour. Germany, her nearest neghbour, dearer tnan our&elves from a revere deficiency ; and are no certain tl at America’* new crop will a sufficient o • plus h r Eutope. ociatlon, too, is a slow process; is not the t
26 January 1856 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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26 January 1856 - Warder and Dublin Weekly Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
19 k YEAR.

19 k YEAR.

26 January 1856 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland