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THE IRISH ECCLESIASTICAL GAZET SHELBOTJENE HO ESTABLISHED A.D. 1810, MARTIN BURKE, PROPRIETOR. are Twenty Sitting-rooms, fronting the Klslitv Bedrooms, tit

THE IRISH ECCLESIASTICAL GAZET SHELBOTJENE HO ESTABLISHED A.D. 1810, MARTIN BURKE, PROPRIETOR. are Twenty Sitting-rooms, fronting the Klslitv Bedrooms, tit

various prices. Hie ''' wlth t j, e privicv of tlicir own liouse. liie Visitors enjoy the advantages of Town ami Rt. i E A small charge made lor Seraieatest attention paid to parties arriving by the late Hams ana VillltS.
01 December 1856 - Irish Ecclesiastical Gazette - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CLERICAL REGISTRY.

CLERICAL REGISTRY.

has long been felt among the Clergy of Ireland for some means A wherry those anxiol for Clerical muy desirous of Clerical duty; and in order to remove tins lee > x • J PEGISTRY in which will be that lie Ims, at tlie suggestion of several Clergyman, opened A CLERICAL entered the
01 December 1856 - Irish Ecclesiastical Gazette - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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01 December 1856 - Irish Ecclesiastical Gazette - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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01 December 1856 - Irish Ecclesiastical Gazette - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

It it reported in Peru tlitt the Conlerencet will opetud on the tiOth of the present month. It important tb* Kuglith Gorernmeot that the disputed questious should settled before the meeting of Parliament. Count is preparing to urge the necessity of the Congress taking iuu> consi
05 December 1856 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
PRICES OF SHARES AND STOCKS.

PRICES OF SHARES AND STOCKS.

III ('lES OF SIA RIE'IS AND ST('G1K9S. BAlKS AND I.\l.WAY.IW ' j ?? ~~ &c ~ £ to £ £ rX1.: 10(1 g 2 _-3 Provincinle Baunk ?? i2= 00 ;6 61 6 hlovil Filonic lii 20,_ I'2 l1h riliai b . illo .2 ,, ,2 Nulol l1.):lluk ?? 0, j *~ 1(1 1 '4t, ?? ? N elal(m l I~ii.ligs,. 93 11 ;02 ,, P, .
05 December 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Selected Poetry.

Selected Poetry.

jf?lccfcd ?!Oftrll. THE TRUTH DOTH NEVER DIE. Taouoll kingdoms, states, and empires fall, And dynasties decay; Though cities crumble into dust, And nations die away; Though gorgeous towers and palaces In heaps of ruin lie, W hich once wvere proudest of the proud, Tb'e truth doth
05 December 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST POLICE COURT—SATURDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT—SATURDAY.

BELFAST POLICE COURT-SATURDAY. [Before the MAYOR (S. G. Getty, Esq.,) and Wm. S. TRACY, Esq., R.M.] A DISSELtTR. Johe Wifer was charged with being a deserter from the East India Company's service. Sergeant John Malone, 50th Regiment, stated that the prisoner had given himself up
01 December 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A ROMISH CHAPLAIN IN A WORKHOUSE SCHOOL.

A ROMISH CHAPLAIN IN A WORKHOUSE SCHOOL.

A ROMISH CHAPLAIN IN A WORKHOUSE SC IOOI01, SoNIE timc ago, we made our readers acquainted with an event whicil occurred in the workhouse of the Ballinrobe Union-the facts of the case being, that the Roman Catholic Chapillin, Rev. Mr. Hardi- man. PP., assailed and assaulted tire
06 December 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Selected Poetry.

Selected Poetry.

#rIC(ted '41?Ioctvll. GIVE BACK THY T1XREASURE, OCE.AN, (A GIVE hoack my treasure, occan! My playmate dear, oncoe more, Said a fair youth, wvho idle lay Stretched ou the slunlit shore; That sailor boy, belovedl by all, How could thy wrath destroy, And render lone all(n (dSolale '
06 December 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland