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DRUMM SATURDAY. MARCH 1& DWI

... literary information will be wood to no journal of equal size in the nation. It will be independent of any party or clique ; but Whig or Tory. Catholic. Protestant. or Dissenter who aids, by Mg.l and constitutional means, in that nwetteration of Ireland, and ...

THE ADYBBINIAN EXPEDITION,

... feetion, and to invite all the Imre. .4 hundiciana Dhisenting animosity--ot Catholic nashition—ol Medlin! enthitontini--of Whig party spirit to pall Own the Church .4 Ireland, to bury the Minietry ands its ruins. A dievoliition at thin period would he ...

8U1111•BY

... ignep, opes aain.omque fern.. THE MA debate, after ~ bard contest .4 fair night., was Nought to a .1• by the leader of tin Whigs and the heull of the T..ries, the Prime Minis• ter, Mr. Maguire withdrawing, hie 'notion, and ex. pissing his oustidaetion ...

OATIB Owin g to the preemie on oar apace local and other matters of an equally intending nature, we ate

... other matters of an equally intending nature, we ate obliged to hoW over our wand summary. MK approaching contest between the Whigs and Tories is regarded with intense interest and anxiety by the Catholics of Ireland, as it will probably decide whether the ...

THE ULSTER EXAMINER. BELFAST. SATURDAY. MARCH 21, 1868

... their judgment et the imauntruit propoinoled by 'fork.* ur eritwised ae.l rippowal 1 Whig In 1110 melded hope that eatholna will La Cetholie first, owl Tory or Whig wooed, we took forward ton bold int jail/twat t heir put, is Praiituneet or Jr. pohey ...

TIM PItrNCE OF WALE. Li DUBLIN

... *0 the Crown and meant the Neenah Throne: hot The hearts and ham!. of fn.-hors mos will I.• .11 the mope. romml it. Kerry Whig.• is Ireland will supply me with a cohort. hip thyal Higher= there tiara thin rent the non winkle the ?dampen Haw trot np the ...

tommmial Eaulltitner,

... from the h.:inning. With the seep. tem .4 Edward Wlltezh-by what there new-lists have been started in the intersts of Ito' Whig timers- meat-awl William ROllO. Korman, lloghes. and 011 e ow othetn, ear, Catholic voter in the ward ham voted foe we; sal ...

Published: Saturday 28 March 1868
Newspaper: Ulster Examiner and Northern Star
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 2753 | Page: 3, 4 | Tags: none

NIANNA I. DOYEN-CA.Olz AND C2OBB

... Ma Dimas—The whole lilac is a coheir for Mr. who was preparing Urged yesterday iu aux..- .960 v of the Itss-171:1117! these Whigs, who are get. ting money from MY emetic for maintaining %Mg rs, are &bails dowa on me, Lemma I sin defustinti tlwir place-bunting ...

THE ULSTER EXAMINER, BELFAST, TUESDAY, MARCII 31, 1868

... he the latholire ilea town to make any saher autivipation ; and it in maina the mault will worthy of the p ro ph. deal tLe Whig h will ehttit th e ir faint Disko', the Moat lies. Dr. Dorian..taie.l the whole matter tartly bushy Lot. and in answer to Lin ...

melt n intstine? Or, praethadly, how it that unlimited right of private jivignient men into .11 truth In every dem

... found in Iloly &militia, that he might not to Isiptisie infanta; from the very um Scripture the Wesleyan found that he might. Whig, aim, remaine.l hot that the trim interpreter ri the Scripture mu 1114, holy Spirit .4 that, left by Chriat am the informing ...

TO MANAOMIS OF SCHOOLS. AyouNG MAL WHO IS A GOOD Scholar. ma oistamat Toarber or Afthokat-Tmeho • OMAN& School. He

... unusually large, sad the highest and noblest in the land were present to hear the opening speech of the great leader of the Whigs. When Mr. Gladstone bad moved that the Acta relating to the Church in Ireland be read, Col. Stuart Knox moved that the fifth ...

SUMMARY

... Catholic University, the former generemily and windy proposied a charter. If his poliey on this point were not opponed by the Whig leadern^ he do mei+ in conciliating the alt.,. tiona the Catholic* of inland by giving them a University education Mooed upon ...

Published: Saturday 04 April 1868
Newspaper: Ulster Examiner and Northern Star
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 3287 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: none