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TTTE DtTCDAIK DEMOCRAT AND PEOPLES JOURNAL—MAY 31, 1856»

TTTE DtTCDAIK DEMOCRAT AND PEOPLES JOURNAL—MAY 31, 1856»

ENGLISH RULE—THE CRIME AND x OUTRAGE ACT. Thebe is notliing the English government fears more than an old rusty gun in the hands of an Irishman. The sight of it almost sets their hair on end, and appalls them beyond measure. They know the fierce wrath of the Celt under oppressio
31 May 1856 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSE of COMMONS—Fbibat

HOUSE of COMMONS—Fbibat

HOUSE COMMONS— The Spvakvr took, chsir at four o’clock. the motion of Mr Hsylcr new writ was issued for Licbfiehi the room of Lord Wsterpirk, retired. In answer to a questipo put by|Colontl Danne, Mr Peel said was necessary to ti* rtl * from which the issue of buklsls for aers'ce
31 May 1856 - Dundalk Democrat, and People's Journal - Dundalk, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
FLINT TABLE GLASS.

FLINT TABLE GLASS.

OUR Warerooms are now replete with every dMeription of FUnt Glass, suitable either for DINNER DESSERT. The qaality, will be > en on iaepection, cannot bo surpassed, while the fashion and price will, trust,, be such as to induce those requiring Table Glass at oboe to determine on
31 May 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GUTTAkPERCHA MANUFACTURES

GUTTAkPERCHA MANUFACTURES

Of >U kind* for Domestic, Agricultural, aud Mechanica Purposes. VULCANIZED INDIA RUBBER TUBING, India Rubber Articles for Medical and Surgical pur- poses. piMtir stockings for Varicose Veins and weakness in the Joints. Fatent Chest Expanders, Door Springs, Patent Impermeable Bed
31 May 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
irisu cuukcii temporalities,

irisu cuukcii temporalities,

Mr. Miall then rose to move that the house should resolve itselt into committee to consider the temporal!* ties of the Irish church, and other provisions made law tor religious teaching and worship in Ireland. He disavowed all sectarian feeling or ostentation the subject, and as
31 May 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
f H E NATION

f H E NATION

H NATION irrison, Poulil Pswoll, Solicitor General Ross, Robinson, Janies Somerville, Spence, S'-evenson, lernll, Tdrcotte, Yielding— 38. 13N AFFAIRS. MALTA. From Malta we learn that, though tranquil, the men o< the Ar.alo-Italian Legion are very discontented at only three out of
31 May 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHAtUTV SERMON IN KILLALOE.

CHAtUTV SERMON IN KILLALOE.

SERMON IN KILLALOE. On Sunday the church Killaloe presented a spectacle which cou.d not fail to impure the most complete satisfaction and delight to every C itholic heart. The Occasion which attracted so many within its precincts, not only from tlie surrounding neighbourhood but
31 May 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TFE NATION

TFE NATION

forward or written up which the bitterest enemies of the Church would be only too glad to be able to prove against her- Despotism is here lauded, aud all constitutional forms of government decried. If the arguments used here to [prove the ridiculous position of a King unrler a “
31 May 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
336 wasn’t a decent town in Kildare, nor on the Kildare Dor- Clanewas one street. The street numbered ahunared houses,

336 wasn’t a decent town in Kildare, nor on the Kildare Dor- Clanewas one street. The street numbered ahunared houses,

more or less. Every second one was a she- Sn tavern dedicated, as the sign-board intimated, iTthe entertainment of Man and Beast. I recollect that on one sign board, next to the post office, the Cat and Bagpipes rampantly figured; whilst on another, a red roffin with three long
31 May 1856 - Dublin Weekly Nation - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CENTRAL AMERICAN QUESTION

THE CENTRAL AMERICAN QUESTION

The IYmm remarks that the American question assumes, month by month, with each interchange of communication between the more serious, more anxious, and more threatening aspect, and suggests that the mode adopted for settling the Oregon should be carried out. that occasion Groat
31 May 1856 - Banner of Ulster - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland