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THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.

I -- 'Y'HI:E CATHOLIC CHURCH, e9 MID2N1GBT WtASS AND CHRI8TbtAS DAY IN THE HOsNAS. ne TrkNl MOUNT ST. JOSX:PI, CLONDALcIN, COUNTY DUBLiN. ry -The glorious Anniveraery of the Nativity of our Lord and Redeemer Jesus Christ was observed with becoming piety Ss In this establishment.
30 December 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MILITARY STATISTICS OF PERSIA.

MILITARY STATISTICS OF PERSIA.

7 EIIIYTI ATIJTISo F tPEIA e The following particlars are gwven. by one of the rams journals concerning tha resources and military force of the kingdom of Persias- The Emperor Napoleon I. sent a mission to Peraia in 1807, with General Gardanne at ita head, to stabliah friendly re
30 December 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

A SSA I D. A N (Purely Literary) BY MAn'rrm A. Q'BuzaNNI Author of inti P InO t ollegite Contienry' Blonetet*r ml e Possession' oe TAR. 950)Yeabw Antiquity )nbRrihl-136r ~re l~cs n Arma-Oii1Ar FOfi Olv yl)~ n ithe Pal ment, 922 yeas. .TstdigAry Fof tn Male- ?? GeeasMcMhreCu alion
20 December 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURSING.

COURSING.

Co URSING. I LIMERICK COURSING CLUB-SECOND DAY. n Judge-William Owens, Fsq. 11 First Ties St Leger Stakes for Puppies of 1855. Tesoa beat Garryowen. a Bailiff beat Nelly B igh. r. Blackbaned beat Mis3 MesplIl. !3 Extra Intelligence b-at Rupert. tr Second Ties. '5 Teeha beat Baili
19 December 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE DUBLIN MARKETS—DECEMBER 18.

THE DUBLIN MARKETS—DECEMBER 18.

THE DUBLIN EURKATS..EFI 1 I AX **A _, fEGRe-- As the preparatory week for Chritmag o for the holidayS, our city markets are buoy' with Proriditi produce, whlob, of course, are brought forwardallartlcleof dantly. mrcte abii It ts remarkable that since 1840 the number of quired for
19 December 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THEATRICALS, &c.

THEATRICALS, &c.

-- THEATRICALS, &a. - ?? t do - --I TasEATitE RtOYAID.-TUIC CHRISTMcAS PANTOeMeat.-The interior of the "1old honee' in Hawkino'.street presented yes- terday evening the usual scene annually exhibited, of fun, confusion, and good-hurnoured txcitement-a scene, in fact, such ?? "box
27 December 1856 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Sporting.

Sporting.

#11ortil1q. MIOUNTAINSTO\'N .MIEE'lINd-DECEMnr.R 10TH, AND 1]TII. Stowards-Marquii of Conyogham, Earl of Bee- tive, ?? Lord Lurgan, J. L. Naper, M. Arcladll, MI.P., Esq., J. N. Waller, Esq., G. A. Pollock, Esq., Judge-Nr. Owens. I'he abuve club met yesterday at Castletown Cross,
12 December 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Legal Intelligence.

Legal Intelligence.

Tupt matclRylve. COURT OF CHANCERY-W>DNEsDAY, Dec. 10. IMPORtrANT JUDGMENT. Baldwtin v. Ba-ldwin. A question of great importance wvas involved1 in this case, namely, wlhethier interest permitted by a tenant for life to accumulate agiiist the iilieritaiico, call, alter his death,
12 December 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOW IRELAND HAS BEEN GOVERNED IN THE PAST YEAR—RUMOURED SPLIT IN LORD PALMERSTON'S CABINET.

HOW IRELAND HAS BEEN GOVERNED IN THE PAST YEAR—RUMOURED SPLIT IN LORD PALMERSTON'S CABINET.

HOW IRELAND HAS BEEN GOVERNED IN THE PAST YEAR -RUMOURED SPLIT IN LORD PALMERSTON'S CA- BINET. WE have not been slow to acknowledge our high estimation of the personal character and worth of the Earl of Carlisle. But as the Lord Lieutenant of the country, lhe has made himself mos
31 December 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
A RARE SOIREE AND BALL AT CARRICKFERGUS.

A RARE SOIREE AND BALL AT CARRICKFERGUS.

A RARE SOIREE AND BALL AT CARRICK- FERGUS. Somr, of our readers, no doubt, are aware of tho or- canisation of a now Presbyterian Church in Carrick- fergots, called the " Joymount Presbyterian Church." After the. opening of the newly-erected place of wor- ship for this congregatio
31 December 1856 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland