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DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30. 1856.

DUBLIN: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30. 1856.

'i I , ?gbc $rCeInTan"s J(Ouma-L Il I I DUBLIN WEDNESDAY, JANUARY SO. i856. THE LAWD QUESTION. lei The meeting of the Irish members held at the him tb League Rooms yesterday was not as numerously. attended as we could have wished, or as the im- on portance of the subject demanded
30 January 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

TME CATHOLIC CHURCH. DEATns o0 THE Voar RaY. We. VIrCwNT HAvcow, D.D.; OF THE ORDER OF SAMT DoererIco-It is our painful duty to record the decease of this venerable ecclesi. astic, who has been known to the citizens of Dublin for many years as a member of the religious community
30 January 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FRANCE. PARIS, NIONDAY, JAx. 28.-Tiie prospect of peace is already beginning to exercise a beneficial influ- ence on the trade of Paris. The shopkeepers, who had only laid in a limited stock of goods, as their necessities required, are now hastening to renew it, and their orders
31 January 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

SItIJI N7E w S. BLAlF'A$r, JAN. 29.-W'ili, at 3 o'clock, ?? N. WeYeather, at:3 o'clock. P.M., Sharp. A lrlit-cia;1 SteameCr will S.:il 1111cC for DIi~rv c Nerk Tuncsdly, at A lirst-clfass steamer Ivill sail hence for JirlNt I dir', t everv alcernate Thunsday. A Nii st-classtealoe
30 January 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PRICK OF IRISH SHARKS.

PRICK OF IRISH SHARKS.

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29 January 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
—lrani iroinmutiiration.

—lrani iroinmutiiration.

TO AMU HiOil LIVCKItKJL. ”1 m !«I*MtSDID .- ; ■* Inm Stmni-Shiija BLBKHBIM. ■ Capuin Oroncr. Kirrsiaois, and --*T~i W A K L , ~ •*Caiiiara Oiat ue. iiit. i.d.xl to sail fnm IU'I.FAWT fur U\KKI'OUL, and frv... LI VI If Pi HU. f..r HKI.KAMT. a* fellows:— lU.nbi-iin, Satnnlay, Prb
31 January 1856 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AUSTRALIA,

AUSTRALIA,

The advices by the West India Mail are from Melbourne to the 2d Nov., via Callao, and from Sydney to the 26th Oct., being one week later than previous advices. The Argun states that rich veins of quartz are being discovered about twenty miles from Geelong. An assay by crushing a
31 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
“ THE FAMILY OF THE SHALLOW Sr

“ THE FAMILY OF THE SHALLOW Sr

THE FAMILY OF THE SHALLOW Sr Under this heading the Examiner of Saturday refers to the outrage perpetrated upon the inmates of a Convent at Leeds, where “ four young men, drunken and dissi“ pated, broke into a private house inhabited by six or “seven single ladies, Roman Catholic
31 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ness, and return to labour, for labour it is, without being immersed in debt , but when we inform ourj

ness, and return to labour, for labour it is, without being immersed in debt , but when we inform ourj

readers that the average pay of surveyors is only ss. 9d. a day, they will once perceive that only a very few could provide out of their salary for—from the nature their duties—a very probable emergency. j The same remarks apply with equal force to the other employ clerk, full o
31 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE PEACE PARTY AT MANCHESTER.

THE PEACE PARTY AT MANCHESTER.

Manchester, Monday.— The members for this city, the Right Hon. M. Gibson and Mr. Bright, met their constituents to night at a soiree at the Corn Exchange. About 800 persons were present ; Mr. G. Wilson presided. Mr. M. Gibson addressed the meeting at some length in vindication o
31 January 1856 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland