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•‘LEO* MEMORIAL CONCERT

•‘LEO* MEMORIAL CONCERT

The energetic committee who undertook the patriotic duty of erecting a suitable monument the late J. K. Casey, announce a concert in the Rotundo for Monday night next. The object of this entertainment is raise the funds already collected for the memorid to the needful amoaafc. F
28 January 1871 - Flag of Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HAIL THEM LOUD.

HAIL THEM LOUD.

Hail them loud, tho noble-hearted, who thro* wasting years of pain, Pont in dungeons foul and loathsome, woro the foes • corroding chain, Those who toiled as truth would have them, each with love cn-spnrring z al, By sorao mighty dee I, if such wora need, tho r country’s wo suds
28 January 1871 - Flag of Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FLAG OF IRELAND, SATURDAY * JANUARY 28. 1871.

THE FLAG OF IRELAND, SATURDAY * JANUARY 28. 1871.

evemng Mrlf, fftUo! oar cocoad yoar, Iwm •Uading behiad tk« bar m mcaal, and brother bad come d»*n me company for half an-bour. Tho parlomr” wac inordinately thronged that night ; and clonda of tobacco from neaKy tiro score of pipe* filled body of tho room, and ]«ft nothing seen
28 January 1871 - Flag of Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRELAND AND CIVILISATION. To Ireland belong* the honour of having first interposed in this sanguinary war, to guard from irreparable

IRELAND AND CIVILISATION. To Ireland belong* the honour of having first interposed in this sanguinary war, to guard from irreparable

destruction the world’s treasures of learning and skill, preserved in besieged cities. The Royal Irish Academy led the way, right; Dublin University followed, and these have been succeeded the Galway Qiiecr.’s College and Kilkenny. We commend them all. Dublin University, however
28 January 1871 - Flag of Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LAST APPEAL.

THE LAST APPEAL.

7sLIX>W-COCSTmTM S'* , Oswuuoit ii»T« « ksmbM to nt brother. U. howror, robjwt to the bitter Mnattion tb.t the bind nile. thet thn rii la fn t, ll * ttl from Son the, lor. Thia bitter alternative Is. however, better than nreaent it me. dutr o( p.tHotlo Ittbon to .id lbe.o nd iha
28 January 1871 - Flag of Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SYMPATHY WITH FRANCE

SYMPATHY WITH FRANCE

GREAT MEETING IN LONDON. A demonstration took place in Trafalaar-squaro on Monday night protest against tho bombardment of Although the weather was wet and cold, between 3,00» and 4,000 person*, including considerable proportion of Frenchmen, were present. Shortly before eight o
28 January 1871 - Flag of Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE AMNESTY ASSOCIATION

THE AMNESTY ASSOCIATION

A special meeting of the Amno*ty Association was held in their rooms, Mechanics’ Institute, on Tuesday evening—Mr. Denis Mokan in the chair. Mr. Nolan, bon. secretary, read a communication from W, F, Madden, Esq., Secretary of the Cork Committee, stating that, expecting more of
28 January 1871 - Flag of Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TEE FLAG OF IH.ELAMJD. SATUKOAI JANUAKY 28, 1871.

TEE FLAG OF IH.ELAMJD. SATUKOAI JANUAKY 28, 1871.

b«tt»bons of the National Guards, consisting of 3 men each. With the true zeal of the patriot aoldier. Commandant Corbet set to his work of love, and within a few weeks his two battalions {six thousand men) coosistinq of all ranks and grades, marquises, counts, artists, sculptor
28 January 1871 - Flag of Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A BRAVE IRISHMAN.

A BRAVE IRISHMAN.

extract the following from a Paria letter I cannot pa&a over the devoted heroism of one who possesses the blood of Irishman I refer to Monsieur Le Commandant Corbet. Arrived at the age of seventy-seven years, ho was exempted by the laws of France from all active service ; bnt th
28 January 1871 - Flag of Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
attack upon the hotel de ville.

attack upon the hotel de ville.

balloon telegram, dosnatched from Paris on Monday night says:— Oa the aight of Saturday the prison of forcibly broken open by some rioter*, and from it were taken forth in triumph the political priaoners, Gustave Flotrens and Milliere. Immediately after hi* release, (». Flouren*
28 January 1871 - Flag of Ireland - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland