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In that Address, the following passage occurs:—

In that Address, the following passage occurs:—

Unfortunately within the laat week a circumstance occurred, upon which I determined, as Eiitor, to adopt a certain course, which the Proprietor of the paper conceived would be so detrimental to its pecuniary interest that decided upon not permittin*' it—l apprising him that inte
21 June 1856 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRANCE AND IRELAND.

FRANCE AND IRELAND.

A conjunction of names like the above looks somewhat more like natnre than the sympathy of Anglo-Saxonism either side the Atlantic. The rugged though gallant Franks were soothed into Christianity by Irish missioners; and in the courts of Pepin and Charlemagne hospitably were rec
21 June 1856 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AUSTRALIA.

AUSTRALIA.

Plymouth, Weobbsdat. —The Medway, which left Mel bonrue on 6th March, was off this port to day, and landed paseegere. She brings 60,000 ounces of gold (£200,000) and 167 paeseugers. She put into Ascension, and left on tbe May. Her Majesty's ships Tortoise, Devastation, and Plnm
21 June 1856 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
New South Wales.

New South Wales.

Advices have been received from Sydney via to the 20.h of March. Trade was rather dull, attention being chiefly absorbed by the elections for tbe new parliament. Messrs. Cooper Donaldson, tbe popular candidates, bad been returned for tbe Sydney hamlets. A coalition to return fou
21 June 1856 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE REPRESENTATIVE OF NICARAGUA.

THE REPRESENTATIVE OF NICARAGUA.

The New Orleina Delta gives a somewhat romantic ike'ch of the life and of Padre Vijil, the new Min ste: at Washington from Nicaragua The Padre has the character of possessing the energy, experience, and capacity to qualify him for the post to which hr has been appointed. Indeed,
21 June 1856 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IHU CATHOLIC TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1856.

IHU CATHOLIC TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1856.

CATHOLIC TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1856. DUBLIN TRADERS' ALLIANCE. A crowd* d sod reapocUble mseting held in the HeU, Abbey street, on Thursday evening. very number ladiee attended, end their presence, ~ l being taken, was hailed with loud applenee. At eight th« chair was t.ka
21 June 1856 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
14th Jnne, 185 S.

14th Jnne, 185 S.

IMPORTANT TO FAMILIES AND 1 VENDERS OF COIL IN THE COUNTRT. I rwpectfnl’y leave to Inform my nnmerous kind Frlendt, former Patrons, and the Public, that I have relinquished the Woollen Trade, formerly carried on by meat 7. Parliament-street, and adopted that of GENERAL COAL MERC
21 June 1856 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEW ZEALAND.

NEW ZEALAND.

The Seringspatam, Captain Gregory, from New Zealand, arrived Thursday evening at Bristol. Her advices are to the 8h of March. She brings thirty passengers, among whom are the Hon. Mr. Martin, Chief- Justice of the Colony, and wife. The cargo consists almost entirely of wool, val
21 June 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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21 June 1856 - Newry Telegraph - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
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21 June 1856 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland