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Tin LTION BISHOP OP OSSORY ON QUESTION. .. Bishop of Ossory, Ferns, sod Leighlin, has just booed slew to the clergy of his united diocese*, conveyhsg, for tisk advice and encouragement, ids view. en the present a the 'duration question. The document la • very bag one; the princip
22 March 1860 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
I. W. ilentam, IN.. is the Cbair

I. W. ilentam, IN.. is the Cbair

A Imp oulbrar of wore prompt- TAG Wooly/ wore derlarrd 000troctors for the 'is. : _ _ _ _ _ Man Kr John - iorry, at £l6 16. pot Ion; at St le r tea ; Indian meal. ram*, at £lO per oatmeal. Mr Jobs ot 15 10. bee. Kr Patrick al per lb smear, whirkry, popper,stereli. Miss Susan, ri
22 March 1860 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
THOROUGHBRED HORSE, THE BOCCAGH. B Y Ist% out of Pula, own sister to Cardinal of Gold Cope, including Ike of

THOROUGHBRED HORSE, THE BOCCAGH. B Y Ist% out of Pula, own sister to Cardinal of Gold Cope, including Ike of

1846, with 9st Ms up. es 2s 6 I. Groom's Fos included. DANDIE DINNORT, Clydesdale, by 01.ncer, dam • puts More. 218141 d, Orimai's Fees inclodad. Tbir isbors•aansed Horses will stand Ist 11s) at Castistowndalvin, sloops Tuesday and Saturday, wbso will at thou 1141 Yates, sherd 1
22 March 1860 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
Hymn's Spring Inverness and Highland Capes an i Oven/Nag in Melton. sod rotted& Lieiht Spring Chevoita„ Vienna", L Cloth, aid

Hymn's Spring Inverness and Highland Capes an i Oven/Nag in Melton. sod rotted& Lieiht Spring Chevoita„ Vienna", L Cloth, aid

Silt A Priem Ph 6 I, 21., 16s, 355 end 404.
22 March 1860 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
Hymn's Assortment of Dress of every do. satiption, ready tor immedia• is the lariat in the United Kingdom, classified in

Hymn's Assortment of Dress of every do. satiption, ready tor immedia• is the lariat in the United Kingdom, classified in

a of large sad woll.lighted mailrooms.
22 March 1860 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
O 1 IKILLWG PER TII ABT UNION OF GREAT BRITAIN. Maw tbo of Use Majesty's Meet LI onourable Privy Council.

O 1 IKILLWG PER TII ABT UNION OF GREAT BRITAIN. Maw tbo of Use Majesty's Meet LI onourable Privy Council.

nuitsrnitrr MOTT HON. IC EARL OF SEFTON. Lora of the Opacity Palatine of Lancaster. Pine Painting, value £l6O. itseceA_ „ With 98 other Picture from E 5 to E7S each. 13SIZE1IOLDER8 the privilege of @electing JL their own Peintinp from aay Publia Exhibition in Great Britaie or Ir
22 March 1860 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPORTANT TO EMIGRANTS E . K r L r STEAM SHIPS BETWEEN CORK AND AMERICA, P.ASS4O E, Os mod Upwards.

IMPORTANT TO EMIGRANTS E . K r L r STEAM SHIPS BETWEEN CORK AND AMERICA, P.ASS4O E, Os mod Upwards.

• • Inehnling Full Med of best quality. rU Montreal Ocean Steamship Company's Magnill. .L eeit and celebrated Royal Stoainships, carrying the United States and Canadian Mails, at appointed to call at QUEENSIOWN (Cork), on th outward and homeward voyages, to embark and land Mails
22 March 1860 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
tido° : To the Owner of the Plough which, with s pair of Horses, or other draught beasts, driven in

tido° : To the Owner of the Plough which, with s pair of Horses, or other draught beasts, driven in

reins, shell Plough in the but manner, in the opinion of the Judges, 11a1t.5.110041 of Les Lend within Three Hours z L`Lass I.—Gentlemen Subscribing not less then el : First Prise, Silver Medal; To the Ploughmen, £2. Seeond Prise, Smell Silver Medal; To the Ploughmen, fl. CUSS S
12 January 1860 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
THE EVILS OF DEMOCRACY.

THE EVILS OF DEMOCRACY.

A subscriber of the BireenspAaes to that journal an extract from • letter written lest month by an American clergyman of great eminence, who is nearly as well known in England as in his own country, on the working of democracy. Be drawa • gloomy picture of the condition and pros
12 January 1860 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 
se•stij souriaind .

se•stij souriaind .

se•sti j souriaind 81 RTII. 7. at tiat at hoe is tows. the wile el Mr. Wale. Gue.tere Walton, of D•aisio. el •
12 January 1860 - Westmeath Guardian and Longford News-Letter - Mullingar, Westmeath, Republic of Ireland